Our team of Hazardous Materials Experts are trusted by leading marine industry bodies to plan and oversee Hazardous Materials Remediation, providing support and advice throughout the process. Once the specifications have been accepted by the company or responsible persons, our Hazardous Material Experts oversee and monitor the on-site removal process.
The Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) is a structured system to control hazardous materials onboard ships and achieve compliance with the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR) and Hong Kong Convention (HKC) for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships. Read Lucion Marine clients' most frequently asked questions and answers.
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In some instances, to ensure a vessel remains sea worthy, an onshore facility remains compliant with health and safety regulations, or an offshore rig prevents unnecessary exposure to individuals on-site, hazardous materials detected in the Inventory of Hazardous Materials survey may need to be remediated.
Our team assist in managing the removal of hazardous materials from your asset whether the asset is to remain live or is being decommissioned.
Our sister company Aberdeen Radiation Protections Services (ARPS) delivers trusted radiation services to a wide range of oil and gas decomissioning projects UK, West Africa and South America. ARPS can provide:
Whilst each project has a unique specification, our team undertake tasks that usually include:
The progress of the removal works will be recorded on-site by our Lead Analyst using our digital project diary, providing you with full visibility and ‘eyes and ears’ of the removal works from start to finish.
The project diary is updated in real time and provides a full project timeline for you to review at any time via our hazardous materials and compliance management system, NexGen. This access and visibility provides you with peace of mind and assurance that works are being carried out as required and under the supervision of our competent and professional analytical teams.
If you are a company or responsible persons, it is a legal requirement under the International Maritime Organisation that remedial activities involving hazardous substances must comply with ISM code of practice. Effective hazardous material surveys, testing, and inspection, as well as comprehensive risk assessments must be conducted, prior to work commencing, to ensure safety to individuals and the environment.
Our team provides hazardous material remediation consultancy services on vessels, offshore platforms and onshore ship recycling facilities around the world. We oversee your remedial project to ensure the works are both safely conducted and compliant.
Take control, of your risks and partner with a purpose driven, internationally trusted, holistic environmental management and services supplier. Click 'Make an Enquiry' now or give our team a call on 0345 5040 303.Download a printable PDF of this page