MARPOL Training

Maritime Pollution (MARPOL) Training Programs:

1. Meeting MARPOL Standards
2. Navigating Ballast Water Regulations (NBWR)
3. Vessel General Permit (VGP) 2013 Training
4. Waste Management Best Practices
 
Meeting MARPOL Standards

Developed by shipping veterans and certified by DNV, computer-based Meeting MARPOL Standards teaches Officers, Superintendents, Port Captains and Crew what the regulations are and how to comply with them:

  • Annex I - Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil
  • Annex II - Regulations for the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk
  • Annex III - Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances carried by Sea in Packaged Form
  • Annex IV - Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Sewage
  • Annex V - Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Garbage
  • Annex VI - Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships

Electronic Version of Marpol Regulations

Most MMS screens link to a corresponding page in the MARPOL Regulations.

When you purchase MMS you get a soft copy of the MARPOL Regulations 2011 Consolidated Edition in easily searchable form.

This handy reference is then available whenever you need it

 
 
 

Our computer-based training is efficient and cost effective. Mariners take training during off-duty hours aboard their vessel, not spending an extra day or two onshore attending training.

When they have completed the training, passed the assessments and printed out a certificate, they can return to the program and review it whenever they want. Since we update our products when the regulations change you can be sure they are getting the most current knowledge.

 

Navigating Ballast Water Regulations (NBWR)

Navigating Ballast Water Regulations (NBWR) 
Teaches your staff everything they need to know about IMO’s Ballast Water Convention and how to comply with it.

NBWR covers:

  • Introduction
  • Definitions
  • Ballast Water Treatment Technologies
  • Regulations
  • Ballast Water Record Keeping
  • Assessment of Knowledge
  • On passing the assessment a certificate of completion may be printed.
Vessel General Permit (VGP) 2013 Training

VGP 2013 was developed by shipping veterans to teach Officers, Superintendents, Port Captains and Crew the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Vessel General Permit (VGP) Regulations and how to comply with them.

VGP 2013 includes customizable spreadsheets for 1) Routine Inspections 2) Extended Unmanned Period Inspections and 3) Annual Inspections.

 

VGP 2013 covers:

  • The 27 discharges
  • Inspections, Monitoring, Reporting and Recordkeeping
  • Definitions
  • Notice of Intent
  • Notice of Termination
  • Corrective Action, Assessments and Implementation
  • Material Storage
  • Toxic & Hazardous Material
  • Fuel Spills/Overflows
  • Discharges of Oil including Oily Mixtures
  • Knowledge Assessment
  • Requirements for individual States & Indian Country Lands
  • Waters Federally Protected
  • Vessel Class Specific Requirements
  • Customizable Excel Inspection spreadsheets
Waste Management Best Practices

Waste Management Best Practices describes the industry's best practices of how to manage a vessel's waste stream.

It covers:

  • Best Practices Introduction
  • Engine Room
  • Cleaning Practices
  • Bilge
  • Oily Water Separator
  • Incinerator
  • Exhaust Gas Economizer (EGE)
  • Sewage Treatment (MSD)
  • Waste Storage
  • Port Inspection (for Superintendents)

MARPOL instruction and guides