INTERNATIONAL TANKER OWNERS POLLUTION FEDERATION LIMITED. Marine chemical spill: an overview of response issues. Stéphane Grenon Technical adviser ITOPF Intertanko Chemical Tanker Committee Singapore November 11, 2004. Outline. ITOPF Issues with marine chemical spills
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POLLUTION FEDERATION LIMITED
Intertanko Chemical Tanker Committee
November 11, 2004
M/V Accord, China
International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation
following Torrey Canyon
based in London
To parallel our role with respect to oil spills and to provide prompt advice to our ship-owners and their insurers in the event of:
M.V. ‘ACCORD’, China, Oct. 2002
The OPRC-HNS Protocol(Protocol on Preparedness, Response and Co-operation to Pollution Incidents by Hazardous and Noxious Substances, 2000)
Enters into force 12 months after 15 States
have ratified the Protocol.
Current Status = Ratified by 9 States
(Ecuador, Greece, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Singapore, Sweden, Uruguay, Vanuatu)
IMO encouraging early ratification of both OPRC-HNS Protocol
and the HNS Convention to provide maximum protection in the
event of an HNS incident.
Health & Safety
M/V Panam Serrena, Italy
M/V Jolly Rubinno, South Africa