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HAZARDOUS AREAS FEATURE


DIGITAL PARTNERSHIP LAUNCHED TO HELP SHIPOWNERS BEAT LOOMING INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS DEADLINE


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RO Solutions is launching a new partnership with international inspection agency SGS and maritime digitisation specialist NautilusLog


to help shipowners meet this year’s Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) deadline, and manage ongoing IHM maintenance. Owners of European-flagged vessels of 500 GT and over have until


31 December 2020 to create an IHM. In order to comply with the new EU-Ship Recycling Regulation, the presence of materials such as leaded paint and asbestos must be noted, along with its location on the ship and the volumes involved. An estimated 56,000 ships around the world will be covered by the new rules, including vessels from non-EU countries that call at EU ports. Manchester-based SRO Solutions is teaming up with SGS and


NautilusLog to simplify the next key step of the IHM process, supporting shipowners that use tech giant IBM’s Maximo asset management platform. Joe Davies, a consultant at SRO, says its new ‘plug-and-play’


solution eases the burden of compliance on shipowners running Maximo by providing an automated, cost-effective way of connecting to NautilusLog, ensuring a complete and simple IHM maintenance solution. NautilusLog produces an App which supports crew at sea and their onshore management by tracking ships and automatically generating events and tasks. Following an initial IHM survey, vessels must ensure they do not


take any further banned materials on board, and that any permitted hazardous materials are correctly logged. Under the partnership agreement, SRO’s solution integrates all future procurement data into NautilusLog almost instantaneously. It allows SGS to review all


purchase orders to identify banned substances and flag up anything that will contravene the regulations. If there is a change to the vessel, the inventory will update automatically, ensuring continued compliance and peace of mind for the business. An IHM covers the entire life cycle of the vessel, from construction, throughout its active service life, until dismantling.


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