IMO ID520E

IMO ID520E

IMO ID520E

IMO ID520E

Contents
Introduction. . 1
International Convention for the Prevention
of Pollution from Ships, 1973. 9
Protocol of 1978 relating to the International Convention
for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973. . . . . 21
IMO ID520E, Protocol I: Provisions concerning reports
on incidents involving harmful substances . . . 27
Protocol II: Arbitration. . . . . . 31
Protocol of 1997 to amend the International Convention
for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified
by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto . . . . . 35
MARPOL Annex I
Regulations for the prevention of pollution by oil
Chapter 1 – General
Regulation 1 Definitions. . 41
IMO ID520E, Regulation 2 Application . 47
Regulation 3 Exemptions and waivers. . . . . . 48
Regulation 4 Exceptions. . 49
Regulation 5 Equivalents. . 50
Chapter 2 – Surveys and certification
Regulation 6 Surveys. . . . 51
Regulation 7 Issue or endorsement of certificate. . . . . 53
Regulation 8 Issue or endorsement of certificate by another Government53
Regulation 9 Form of certificate. . . 53
Regulation 10 Duration and validity of certificate. . . . . 53
Regulation 11 Port State control on operational requirements. . . 55
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Chapter 3 – Requirements for machinery spaces of all ships
Part A – Construction
IMO ID520E, Regulation 12 Tanks for oil residues (sludge). . 56
Regulation 12A Oil fuel tank protection. . . . . . 56
Regulation 13 Standard discharge connection. 64
Part B – Equipment
Regulation 14 Oil filtering equipment64
Part C – Control of operational discharge of oil
IMO ID520E, Regulation 15 Control of discharge of oil . . . . 66
A Discharges outside special areas
B Discharges in special areas
C Requirements for ships of less than 400 gross tonnage
in all areas except the Antarctic area
D General requirements
Regulation 16 Segregation of oil and water ballast and carriage of oil in forepeak tanks. . . . . 67
Regulation 17 Oil Record Book, Part I – Machinery space operations. . . . 67
Chapter 4 – Requirements for the cargo area of oil tankers
Part A – Construction
Regulation 18 Segregated ballast tanks. . . . . . 69
Regulation 19 Double hull and double bottom requirements for oil tankers
delivered on or after 6 July 1996 . . . . . . 73
Regulation 20 Double hull and double bottom requirements for oil tankers
delivered before 6 July 1996. . . 76
Regulation 21 Prevention of oil pollution from oil tankers
carrying heavy grade oil as cargo. . . . . . 78
IMO ID520E, Regulation 22 Pump-room bottom protection. 80
Regulation 23 Accidental oil outflow performance. . . . 80
Regulation 24 Damage assumptions. 87
Regulation 25 Hypothetical outflow of oil . . . 88
Regulation 26 Limitations of size and arrangement of cargo tanks90
Regulation 27 Intact stability . . . . . . 91
IMO ID520E, Regulation 28 Subdivision and damage stability. . . . . . 92
Regulation 29 Slop tanks. . 95
Regulation 30 Pumping, piping and discharge arrangement. . . . . 96
Part B – Equipment
Regulation 31 Oil discharge monitoring and control system. . . . 98
IMO ID520E, Regulation 32 Oil/water interface detector. . . 98
Regulation 33 Crude oil washing requirements99
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Part C – Control of operational discharges of oil
IMO ID520E, Regulation 34 Control of discharge of oil . . . . 99
A Discharges outside special areas
B Discharges in special areas
C Requirements for oil tankers of less than 150 gross tonnage
D General requirements
Regulation 35 Crude oil washing operations. . 100
Regulation 36 Oil Record Book Part II – Cargo/ballast operations101
Chapter 5 – Prevention of pollution arising from an oil pollution incident
Regulation 37 Shipboard oil pollution emergency plan. 102
Chapter 6 – Reception facilities
Regulation 38 Reception facilities. . . 103
A Reception facilities outside special areas
B Reception facilities within special areas
C General requirements
Chapter 7 – Special requirements for fixed or floating platforms
Regulation 39 Special requirements for fixed or floating platforms106
Chapter 8 – Prevention of pollution during transfer of oil cargo IMO ID520E, between oil tankers at sea
Regulation 40 Scope of application . 107
Regulation 41 General Rules on safety and environmental protection. . . . 107
Regulation 42 Notification. 108
Chapter 9 – Special requirements for the use or carriage of oils in the Antarctic area
Regulation 43 Special requirements for the use or carriage of oils
in the Antarctic area. . 109
Appendices to Annex I
Appendix I List of oils. . 111
Appendix II Form of IOPP Certificate and Supplements. . . . . . 112
Appendix III Form of Oil Record Book. . . . . 125
Unified Interpretations of Annex I. . . . . . 135
Appendices to Unified Interpretations of Annex I
IMO ID520E, Appendix 1 Guidance to Administrations concerning draughts recommended
IMO ID520E, for segregated ballast tankers below 150 m in length . . . . . 151
Appendix 2 Interim recommendation for a unified interpretation
of regulations 18.12 to 18.15
“Protective location of segregated ballast spaces”. 152
Appendix 3 Connection of small diameter line to the manifold valve. . . 158
Appendix 4 Specifications for the design, installation and operation of
a part flow system for control of overboard discharges. . . . 159
Appendix 5 Discharges from fixed or floating platforms. . . . . . 162
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MARPOL Annex II
Regulations for the control of pollution
by noxious liquid substances in bulk
Chapter 1 – General
Regulation 1 Definitions. . 165
Regulation 2 Application . 167
Regulation 3 Exceptions. . 167
Regulation 4 Exemptions . 167
Regulation 5 Equivalents. . 169
Chapter 2 – Categorization of noxious liquid substances
Regulation 6 Categorization and listing of noxious liquid substances
and other substances. 170
Chapter 3 – Surveys and certification
Regulation 7 Survey and certification of chemical tankers. . . . . 171
IMO ID520E, Regulation 8 Surveys. . . . 171
Regulation 9 Issue or endorsement of Certificate. . . . . 173
Regulation 10 Duration and validity of Certificate. . . . . 173
Chapter 4 – Design, construction, arrangement and equipment
Regulation 11 Design, construction, equipment and operations . 175
Regulation 12 Pumping, piping, unloading arrangements and slop tanks. . 175
Chapter 5 – Operational discharges of residues of noxious liquid substances
Regulation 13 Control of discharges of residues of noxious liquid substances . . . . . 177
Regulation 14 Procedures and Arrangements Manual. . 179
Regulation 15 Cargo Record Book. . 180
Chapter 6 – Measures of control by port States
Regulation 16 Measures of control. . 181
Chapter 7 – Prevention of pollution arising from an incident
involving noxious liquid substances
Regulation 17 Shipboard marine pollution emergency plan
for noxious liquid substances. . 183
Chapter 8 – Reception facilities
IMO ID520E, Regulation 18 Reception facilities and cargo unloading terminal arrangements. . . . 184
Appendices to Annex II
Appendix I Guidelines for the categorization of noxious liquid substances . . . . . 185
Appendix II Form of Cargo Record Book for ships carrying
noxious liquid substances in bulk. . . . . . 188
Appendix III Form of International Pollution Prevention Certificate
for the Carriage of Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk. . . . . 192
Appendix IV Standard format for the Procedures and Arrangements Manual. . . . . 196
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IMO ID520E, Appendix V Assessment of residue quantities205
Appendix VI Prewash procedures. . 207
Appendix VII Ventilation procedures211
MARPOL Annex III
Regulations for the prevention of pollution by harmful substances
carried by sea in packaged form
Regulation 1 Definitions. . 215
Regulation 2 Packing. . . . 215
Regulation 3 Marking and labelling. 215
Regulation 4 Documentation. . . . . 216
Regulation 5 Stowage. . . . 216
Regulation 6 Quantity limitations. . 216
Regulation 7 Exceptions. . 217
Regulation 8 Port State control on operational requirements. . . 217
Appendix to Annex III
Appendix Criteria for the identification of harmful substances in packaged form219
MARPOL Annex IV
Regulations for the prevention of pollution by sewage from ships
Chapter 1 – General
Regulation 1 Definitions. . 223
Regulation 2 Application . 224
Regulation 3 Exceptions. . 224
Chapter 2 – Surveys and certification
IMO ID520E, Regulation 4 Surveys. . . . 225
Regulation 5 Issue or endorsement of Certificate. . . . . 226
Regulation 6 Issue or endorsement of a Certificate by another Government . . . . . 226
Regulation 7 Form of Certificate. . . 227
Regulation 8 Duration and validity of Certificate. . . . . 227
Chapter 3 – Equipment and control of discharge
Regulation 9 Sewage systems. . . . . 229
Regulation 10 Standard discharge connections229
Regulation 11 Discharge of sewage . 230
Chapter 4 – Reception facilities
Regulation 12 Reception facilities. . . 231
Chapter 5 – Port State control
IMO ID520E, Regulation 13 Port State control on operational requirements. . . 232
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Appendix to Annex IV
Appendix Form of International Sewage Pollution Prevention Certificate. . . . . . 233
IMO ID520E, Unified Interpretations of Annex IV . . . . 237
MARPOL Annex V
Regulations for the prevention of pollution
by garbage from ships
Regulation 1 Definitions. . 241
Regulation 2 Application . 241
Regulation 3 Disposal of garbage outside special areas242
Regulation 4 Special requirements for disposal of garbage . . . . 242
Regulation 5 Disposal of garbage within special areas. 242
Regulation 6 Exceptions. . 244
Regulation 7 Reception facilities. . . 244
Regulation 8 Port State control on operational requirements. . . 244
Regulation 9 Placards, garbage management plans and garbage record-keeping. . 245
Appendix to Annex V
Appendix Form of Garbage Record Book. 247
MARPOL Annex VI
IMO ID520E, Regulations for the prevention of air pollution from ships
Chapter 1 – General
Regulation 1 Application . 253
Regulation 2 Definitions. . 253
Regulation 3 Exceptions and exemptions . . . 255
Regulation 4 Equivalents. . 256
Chapter 2 – Survey, certification and means of control
Regulation 5 Surveys. . . . 257
IMO ID520E, Regulation 6 Issue or endorsement of a Certificate. . . 258
Regulation 7 Issue of a Certificate by another Party. . . 258
Regulation 8 Form of Certificate. . . 259
Regulation 9 Duration and validity of Certificate. . . . . 259
Regulation 10 Port State control on operational requirements. . . 260
Regulation 11 Detection of violations and enforcement 261
Chapter 3 – Requirements for control of emissions from ships
Regulation 12 Ozone-depleting substances . . 262
Regulation 13 Nitrogen oxides (NOx)263
Regulation 14 Sulphur oxides (SOx) and particulate matter. . . . . 266
IMO ID520E, Regulation 15 Volatile organic compounds (VOCs). . . . 267
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Regulation 16 Shipboard incineration268
Regulation 17 Reception facilities. . . 269
Regulation 18 Fuel oil availability and quality. 270
Appendices to Annex VI
Appendix I Form of International Air Pollution Prevention (IAPP) Certificate
(Regulation 8)273
Appendix II Test cycles and weighting factors
(Regulation 13). . . . . . 279
Appendix III Criteria and procedures for designation of emission control areas
(Regulation 13.6 and regulation 14.3). . . 280
Appendix IV Type approval and operating limits for shipboard incinerators
(Regulation 16). . . . . . 282
Appendix V Information to be included in the bunker delivery note
(Regulation 18.5) . . . . 283
Appendix VI Fuel verification procedure for MARPOL Annex VI fuel oil samples
(Regulation 18.8.2). . . 284
Appendix VII North American Emission Control Area
(Regulation 13.6 and regulation 14.3). . . 286
Unified Interpretations of Annex VI . . . . 295
Additional information
1 List of related documents . . . 299
2 List of MEPC resolutions. . . . 303
3 Status of MARPOL, amendments and related instruments315
4 Prospective amendments to MARPOL annexes. 319
Prospective amendments to MARPOL Annex III (resolution MEPC.193(61))319
Prospective amendments to MARPOL Annex IV (resolution MEPC.200(62)). . . . . . 325
Consolidated text of MARPOL Annex IV, including amendments
adopted by resolution MEPC.200(62) . . . . . 329
Prospective amendments to MARPOL Annex V (resolution MEPC.201(62))341
Prospective amendments to MARPOL Annex VI (resolution MEPC.202(62)). . . . . . 353
Prospective amendments to MARPOL Annex VI (resolution MEPC.203(62)). . . . . . 365
Consolidated text of MARPOL Annex VI, including amendments
adopted by resolutions MEPC.202(62) and MEPC.203(62). . . . . 377
5 2011 Guidelines for the carriage of blends of petroleum oil and biofuels. . . 427
6 Certificates and documents required to be carried on board ships. 431, IMO ID520E.

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