What we know about IHM Requirements?
In accordance with Hong Kong Convention and EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR), all existing vessels shall carry an IHM on-board by the end of 2020 if the vessel calling at the EU Port or Anchorage. In addition, IHM Part I will have to be maintained continuously throughout the operational life of the vessel.
About IHM Maintenance
Maintaining compliance for the entire service life of a vessel does not happen by itself. Any change on board must be notified and an updated IHM-report is required every time something changes. For example: after a refit or intensive docking, it is possible that hazardous materials have been brought onboard. Our IHM Maintenance service simplifies the update process, prevents unnecessary re-sampling and reduces costs.
Completing an IHM survey and possessing an approved report, is only the beginning of being compliant. It is the ship owner’s responsibility to ensure continuous conformity of the inventory. We simplify work, prevent unnecessary re-sampling and reduce costs with our IHM Maintenance Service.
Scope of IHM Maintenance
The scope of IHM Maintenance is to collect Material Declaration (MD), and Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) if any changes related to IHM Part I, to identify the hazardous materials in the Material Declaration and update the IHM part I.
With our profound understanding, knowledge, and experience in relation to IHM and Maintenance, we perform IHM maintenance through the vessel’s life cycle using our streamlined system that suits all classes’ vessel. We also provide professional guidance and instructions on how to carry out IHM maintenance work.
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