7.2 Minimization of the use of potentially hazardous substances
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7.2 Minimization of the use of potentially hazardous substances

  7.2.1 Shipowners should make every effort to minimize the amount of potentially hazardous materials on board the ship, including those carried as stores, during routine or major maintenance or major conversions, seeking assistance from other parties as necessary.

  7.2.2 The points listed in section 6.1.3 for new ships should be considered when seeking to minimize hazardous materials aboard existing ships.

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