2 Inspections
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2 Inspections

  2.1 A port State should make the appropriate arrangements so as to ensure compliance with requirements governing the crude oil washing of tankers. This is not, however, to be construed as relieving terminal operators and shipowners of their obligations to ensure that the operation is undertaken in accordance with the regulations.

  2.2 The inspection may cover the entire operation of crude oil washing or only certain aspects of it. It is thus in the interest of all concerned that the ship's records with regard to the crude oil washing operations are maintained at all times so that an inspector may verify those operations undertaken prior to his inspection.

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