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Environmental protection system - Procedures for operational control on board ships

Procedures for operational control on board ships include:

1) Reduction of Marine Pollution on board

2) Prevention of leaks and spills of oil and chemical products on board ships

3) Provision on board for education and on-the-job training

4) Bans on exchange of Ballast Water in regulated coastal areas and the practice of exchange of ballast water at high seas

5) Research on restrictions at various ports;

6) Research and study of facilities and equipment to handle ballast water

7) Reduction of Wastes on board

8) Reduction of the quantity of waste generated on board ships

9) Compliance of GARBAGE management plan ;

10) Research into and study of the introduction of, waste disposal facilities and equipment

11) Reduction of Consumption of Natural Resources

12) Prevention of Air Pollution



13) Reduction of the consumption of fuel oil and lubricating oil (a cutback in the emissions of CO2, NOx and SOx)

14) Provision on board ships of education to raise awareness and on-the-job training,

15) Research into and study of the introduction of, laborsaving and efficient shipboard facilities and equipment

16) Reduction of the generation of Dioxin

17) Proper use of incinerators

18) Proper control of plastics;

19) Proper control of ozone depleting substances

20) Social Contribution & Provision of Weather Data Collection on board

21) Instruction to conduct weather observations on board ships

22) Otherwise, participation in marine weather observation and technical cooperation


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