What is the basis of renewal of IAPP (International air pollution prevention) certificate ?« Back to Questions List

Posted by marinetales
Asked on May 27, 2021 8:17 pm

MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI sets the following regulations for the prevention of air pollution from ships:
- Regulation 12: Ozone depleting substances
- Regulation 13: Nitrogen Oxides from Diesel Engines
- Regulation 14: Sulphur Oxides
- Regulation 15: Volatile organic compounds (applies to tankers only, regulated by port authorities)
- Regulation 16: Shipboard incineration
- Regulation 18: Fuel Oil Quality

The following forms the basis of Renewal Survey for Renewal of IAPP Certificate -

1. Installation of any new equipment or changes to existing equipment
2. Instructions / Notices including operating manuals for the operation of equipment
3. Check the validity of statutory certificates and class certificates
4. Ship is to be provided with SEEMP as required by the regulation
5. Ship is to be provided with SEEMP Part II and approved by the Classification society
6. Confirm that fuel oil consumption data is being collected and recorded as per the SEEMP
7. Presence of ODS (Ozone Depleting Substances) on board - e.g. Fire Fighting Installation, Air Conditioning / Refrigeration Installations
8. ships, plans, manuals and documents indicating the location on board and the details of systems equipment, including portable fire extinguishers, insulation or other material containing ozone depleting substances (Ozone Depleting Substances Record Book), if any, have been examined and identified in Record of Construction and Equipment
9. Are there procedures to prevent and/or mitigate deliberate emission of ODS including emissions occurring ... in the course of maintenance, servicing, repairing or disposing of systems or equipments
10. Confirmation that no new installation or equipment, which contain ODS other than HCFCs, have been fitted ... on ships constructed after 19 May 2005
11. external examination of installation or equipment containing ODS
12. Engine International Air Pollution Prevention (EIAPP) Certificates for each ... marine diesel engine, required to be certified
13. Check and inspect the approved NOX technical file for each marine diesel engine required to be certified.
14. Record book of engine parameters for each marine diesel engine
15. record book of engine parameters for each marine diesel engine
16. Confirm that engine adjustable features are within the limits specified in the engine technical file
17. Shipboard Incineration and records
18. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) - applicable for oil tankers / gas tankers / chemical tankers
19. Fuel oil quality analysis
20. Bunker delivery notes
21. Oil Record Books

Posted by marinetales
Answered On May 28, 2021 12:36 pm