Appendix 1 Recommended Format of the Ship Recycling Facility Plan
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Statutory Documents - IMO Publications and Documents - Resolutions - Marine Environment Protection Committee - Resolution MEPC.210(63) 2012 Guidelines for Safe and Environmentally Sound Ship Recycling (Adopted on 2 March 2012) - Annex 2012 Guidelines for Safe and Environmentally Sound Ship Recycling - Appendix 1 Recommended Format of the Ship Recycling Facility Plan

Appendix 1 Recommended Format of the Ship Recycling Facility Plan

SHIP RECYCLING FACILITY PLAN

1 Facility management    
  1.1 Company information
  1.2 Training programme
  1.3 Worker management
  1.4 Records management
         
2 Facility operation    
  2.1 Facility information
  2.2 Permits, licences and certification
  2.3 Acceptability of ships
  2.4 Ship Recycling Plan (SRP) development
  2.5 Vessel arrival management
  2.6 Ship recycling methodology
  2.7 Reporting upon completion
         
3 Worker safety and health compliance approach      
  3.1 Worker health and safety
  3.2 Key safety and health personnel
  3.3 Job hazard assessment
  3.4 Prevention of adverse effects to human health
    3.4.1 Safe-for-entry procedures
      3.4.1.1 Safe-for-entry criteria
      3.4.1.2 Competent person for Safe-for-entry determination
      3.4.1.3 Safe-for-entry inspection and testing procedures
      3.4.1.4 Oxygen
      3.4.1.5 Flammable atmospheres
      3.4.1.6 Toxic, corrosive, irritant or fumigated atmospheres and residues
      3.4.1.7 Safe-for-entry determination by a Competent person
      3.4.1.8 Safe-for-entry certificate, warning signs and labels
      3.4.1.9 Safe-for-entry operational measures
    3.4.2 Safe-for-hot-work procedures
      3.4.2.1 Safe-for-hot-work criteria
      3.4.2.2 Competent person for Safe-for-hot-work determination
      3.4.2.3 Safe-for-hot-work inspection, testing and determination
      3.4.2.4 Safe-for-hot-work certificate, warning signs and labels
      3.4.2.5 Safe-for-hot-work operational measures
    3.4.3 Welding, cutting, grinding and heating
    3.4.4 Drums, containers and pressure vessels
    3.4.5 Prevention of falling from heights and accidents caused by falling objects
    3.4.6 Gear and equipment for rigging and materials handling
    3.4.7 Housekeeping and illumination
    3.4.8 Maintenance and decontamination of tools and equipment
    3.4.9 Health and sanitation
    3.4.10 Personal protective equipment
    3.4.11 Worker exposure and medical monitoring
  3.5 Emergency preparedness and response plan
  3.6 Fire and explosion prevention, detection and response
         
4 Environmental compliance approach
  4.1 Environmental monitoring
  4.2 Management of Hazardous Materials
    4.2.1 Potentially containing Hazardous Materials
    4.2.2 Additional sampling and analysis
    4.2.3 Identification, marking and labelling and potential on-board locations
    4.2.4 Removal, handling and remediation
    4.2.5 Storage and labelling after removal
    4.2.6 Treatment, transportation and disposal
  4.3 Environmentally sound management of Hazardous Materials
    4.3.1 Asbestos and materials containing asbestors
    4.3.2 PCBs and materials containing PCBs
    4.3.3 Ozone-depleting substances (ODSs)
    4.3.4 Paints and coatings
      4.3.4.1 Anti-fouling compounds and systems (organotin compounds including tributyltin (TBT))
      4.3.4.2 Toxic and highly flammable paints
    4.3.5 Hazardous liquids, residues and sediments (such as oils, bilge, and ballast water)
    4.3.6 Heavy metals (lead, mercury, cadmium and hexavalent chromium)
    4.3.7 Other Hazardous Materials
  4.4 Prevention of adverse effects to the environment    
    4.4.1 Spill prevention, control and countermeasures
    4.4.2 Storm-water pollution prevention
    4.4.3 Debris prevention and control
    4.4.4 Incident and spills reporting procedures
         
Plan Attachments
         
Facility Map
Organizational Flow Chart
Permits, Licences and Certification
Resumes

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