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SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN. SOPEP. STRUCTURE OF SOPEP. SHOULD BE BASED ON : IMO Resolution MEPC 54(32) adopted on 6-3-92 called “Guidelines for the development of the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans”. When should SOPEP be activated.

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Structure of sopep
STRUCTURE OF SOPEP

SHOULD BE BASED ON:

IMO Resolution MEPC 54(32) adopted on 6-3-92 called “Guidelines for the development of the Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans”


When should sopep be activated
When should SOPEP be activated

  • MARPOL 73/78 Article 8 & Protocol I require that the nearest coastal state should be notified of actual or probable discharges of oil into the sea


What is regarded as an oil spill
What is regarded as an oil spill

  • Any oil spill regardless of size

  • Discharge of oil as a result of damage

  • Intentional discharge for the purpose of securing the safety of ship and crew

  • Operational discharge

  • Discharge harmfull substances in packaged form


Probable discharge
PROBABLE DISCHARGE

  • Aground

  • Collision

  • Explosion

  • Serious breakdown of equipment which is a danger to the safe navigation of the ship


How whom to report
HOW & WHOM TO REPORT

According IMO Resolution A.648(16) “Guidelines for reporting incidents involving dangerous goods, harmfull substances and/or marine pollutants”

  • Nearest coastal state / port authority

  • Ship interest


Fleet crisis management team 1
FLEET CRISIS MANAGEMENT TEAM (1)

  • Assist master & crew

  • Contact P&I Club

  • Contact H&M underwriters

  • Contact solicitors

  • Keep media informed

  • Keep higher company management informed


Fleet crisis management team 2
FLEET CRISIS MANAGEMENT TEAM (2)

  • Contact salvage services

  • Contact local authorities

  • Contact classification

  • Contact other relevant parties


Types of oil spills
TYPES OF OIL SPILLS

  • Operational oil spills

    - Bunkering/Transfer pipeline leakage

    - Bunkering/Transfer tank overflow

  • Spills resulting from casulaties

    - Grounding

    - Fire/Explosion

    - Collision etc.


Response to operational oil spill
RESPONSE TO OPERATIONAL OIL SPILL

Follow tiered response

  • Minimise outflow of oil

  • Sound Alarm to activate OPP-Team

  • Decide if initial report has to be made

  • Use checklist as guidance to response

  • Take care of environmental disposal

  • Check-up & Evaluation


Response to oil spill as result of casualty
RESPONSE TO OIL SPILL AS RESULT OF CASUALTY

Follow tiered response

  • Acertain safety of crew & ship

  • Make initial report

  • Try to minimise outflow of oil

  • Line up OPP-Team

  • Use checklist as guide to response


Dealing with the media
DEALING WITH THE MEDIA

  • One dedicated person to talk with the media

  • Protect crew members from the media

  • Tell the truth, do not hide things

  • Keep control on interviews (planning)


Sampling
SAMPLING

  • Be present during sampling

  • Check sample bottles (clean/sealed)

  • Retain one sample of each location


Record keeping
RECORD KEEPING

  • Record all activities of own crew and outside personel

  • Make photo’s

  • Make video’s


Training drills
TRAINING & DRILLS

  • Training of awareness

  • Training of contingency plan

  • Regular drills followed by evaluation

  • Plan drills in which also FCMT is involved

  • Maintain oil spill response equipment


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