Sulphur regulations, ballast water management and environmental regulation will come under the spotlight during a one-day conference being held by InterManager, in association with the Ballastwater Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (BEMA), in Limassol, Cyprus, on March 13.
‘Scrubbers and Ballast Water Systems’ is aimed at superintendents and ship managers who want to understand how the latest technical and environmental changes will affect the operation of their vessels and who wish to put in place procedures and practices to ensure they meet modern shipping requirements.
Considerations such as the effect of new legislation on Port State Control, vetting procedures, Flag inspections and onboard maintenance regimes will be discussed as well as the effects of the installation and maintenance of scrubbers and ballast water management systems on crewing operations and training.
Captain Kuba Szymanski, InterManager Secretary General, said: “We have put together this one-day conference in response to industry feedback. We believe the event will be of great benefit to a range of shipping personnel including marine, HSEQ and technical superintendents, training officers, personnel officers, purchasers, ship owners and managers.”
The Scrubbers and Ballast Water Systems conference will take place on March 13 at the Columbia Plaza hotel in Limassol, Cyprus from 9am to 5.30pm. To book online click here.