Update on 28 May 2020:-
The EU’s Ship Recycling Regulations (EU SRR) require EU flagged ships and non-EU flagged ships when calling a port or anchorage of a country that is a member of the EU or EEA, to carry an inventory of hazardous materials (IHM) from 31 December 2020. The IHM shall comply with EU SRR, and for non-EU flagged ships, the IHM should also be accompanied by a Statement of Compliance from the flag State.
The INTERCARGO is collecting input from her members on the following items to assist the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the preparation of compliance with the EU Ship Recycling Regulations (ER SRR):
1. The total number of ships owned and/or operated by your company:
2. The number of ships affected by this EUSRR regulation:
3. How many of the affected ships, have NOT started the process of IHM:
4. If the process of IHM is started, please state the number of ships in the relevant stages of IHM process as mentioned below, where:
Stage 1 – Number of ships in the process of collection of necessary information:
Stage 2 – Number of ships in the process of assessment of collected information:
Stage 3 – Number of ships in the process of preparation of visual/sampling check plan:
Stage 4 – Number of ships in the process of onboard visual check and sampling check:
Stage 5 – Number of ships in the process of preparation of inventory related documentation:
5. The number of ships that have completed the process and have in place the necessary documentation (IHM and, if necessary, Inventory Certificate or Statement of Compliance):
6. Has your IHM compliance plan been affected by the COVID-19? Yes or No
7. Do you have any other comments to share in regard to EU SRR or IHM requirement?