Tripartite Agreement Chemical Tankers

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Hello, I don`t accept these kinds of academic questions – because I`m flooded. COF is one of them – especially for Annex 2 Tanker.capt ajit vadakayil. The new tripartite list will contain all current products in three parts at the time of the exhibition, for which the ship can be certified and the ship`s flag is a signatory state. How not to carry a cargo of chemicals on the COF. What is the process to follow? The IMO carries out a final assessment of the products on the basis of their physical and toxicological characteristics provided by the producing country. The product is then valid for all countries without an expiry date and is included in the standard product list of the fitness certificate (CoF). The conditions of carriage may be modified on the basis of the tripartite agreement. Relevant for ship owners and managers of chemical transport vessels and VSOs. Sir, please give you a guideline that says that these are all certificates issued for the chemical tanker.

Provisions for the carriage of chemicals on board ships are contained in the International Convention for the Protection of the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) and the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, as amended by the 1978 Protocol (MARPOL) for this purpose. The transport of chemicals in bulk is subject to the provisions of Chapter VII of SOLAS – Transport of Dangerous Goods and Annex II of MARPOL – Rules on the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk. At the next opportunity, the operator should urgently consider requesting a tripartite list instead of a supplement in order to have the vessel certified for all products currently available. This information is ready to provide chemical tanker owners and stakeholders with detailed explanations of the tripartite agreements for each list contained in the circular, given that many requests have been made recently by shipowners. Both agreements require chemical tankers built after 1 July 1986 to comply with the International Code for Bulk Chemistry (IBC), which sets international standards for the bulk transport of hazardous chemicals and noxious liquid substances. The Code defines the design and construction standards of ships involved in the transport of liquid bulk and defines the equipment to be carried in order to minimise the risks to the ship, its crew and the environment with regard to the type of products carried. 2.1 Since chemical manufacturers are constantly manufacturing new products that are not yet included in the IBC code, the products are evaluated and classified by the government of the country producing, importing or shipping for the transport of chemicals on board tankers. .

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