Evaluation of Environmental Aspects
The management shall evaluate the environmental aspects, on the basis of the Environmental Aspect Evaluation Criteria .
Evaluation and review
Annual Review shall be conducted of selected environmental aspects and reported to Environmental Manager ashore.
Occasional review of environmental aspects, including significant ones, as necessary, shall be done in one of the following cases.
a) Change of the Managements environmental policies, objectives and targets;
b) Interested parties requirements;
c) Occurrence of significant environmental impacts;
d) Amendment to or discontinuation of any legal or other requirements; and
e) Installation of a new type of equipment / change of cargo handling equipment
Legal & Other Requirements
Environment Manager ashore will distribute List of Environmental Regulations and the Register of Legal Environmental Regulations
They include the laws pertaining to environment e.g. MARPOL, Kyoto Protocol, Ballast Water Management and other IMO/ Local / National Legislation of countries visited by the ships pertaining to Environment Management e.g. California CARB
Research & Awareness of Legal Environmental Regulations
The management shall research into the above-mentioned list of regulations which relate to its environmental aspects, to determine if any changes or additions to the above have occurred and impact of such regulation on ships operational procedures.
After receipt of above shall communicate the information in organization for awareness, training and compliance.
Annual review of the new/forthcoming conventions shall be carried out and submitted to Environmental Sub Committee.
The result shall be recorded in form of Checklist
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