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insight of the major outcomes of the 4th session of the IMO sub-committee on Implementation of IMO Instruments (III 4)
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It provides the office postal address and contact details, as well as the list of marine surveyors, including their mobile phones, when available.
The list of marine surveyors clearly identifies whether the surveyors are dealing with surveys of ships in service, surveys at yard of new constructions or survey of marine equipment at works.
BV published its first Bulletin Technique in 1919.
The Bulletin Technique contains all the academic papers and presentations made by the Bureau Veritas expert staff every year. It provides deep technical resources for anyone interested in ocean technology. The subjects covered are:
Shipping is one of the most regulated industries in the world. International statutory regulations are mainly issued by IMO. These regulations are frequently revised and new requirements may retroactively apply to existing ships.
In addition to the Statutory News Bulletins, and in order to further help ship owners better understand the new statutory requirements and identify in a snapshot whether they are applicable to their ships and when they become mandatory, BV has issued a new periodic brochure Navigating through statutory requirements, which will be issued annually and provide guidance on the statutory requirements made applicable during the current biennal.
Bureau Veritas is one of the worlds leading training organisations. The Marine Division proposes a wide range of training courses dealing with several aspects of ships design, rules and regulations, ships in operation and ISM and ISPS certification.
The training services are built upon the skills gained from more than 180 years of experience in ships inspection and design review.
Consult our training catalogue and find the complete list of training courses proposed. Find also the training calendar with the next scheduled training courses.
Following the ratification by 3O ILO Member states representing about 60% of world gross tonnage MLC 2006 will enter in force on 20.08.2013.
In this one year period shipowners having ships of the ratifying flags will need to complete the process required for certification of ships in accordance with requirements of MLC 2006.
With the worldwide network of MLC Inspectors Bureau Veritas stands at your disposal for all necessary support aimed for reaching full compliance with the requirements of MLC 2006 in due time.