The 9th session of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Sub-Committee on Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC), which deals with the carriage of packaged dangerous goods, solid bulk cargoes, bulk gas cargoes, and containers, will meet in London 20 – 29 September.
Lloyd Register’s The Agenda Preview presents a summary of what is to come. According to Lloyd’s Register, a lot of interest is currently centred around the development of various guidelines related to alternative fuels which will greatly help the industry in its decarbonisation objective Below are some of the topics expected to be discussed at CCC 9:
Amendments to the IGC Code to include “Safety provisions for the safe use of LPG Cargo as fuel”
The amendments should be written in a non-prescriptive way by introducing requirements for a limited risk assessment. The aim is to submit a draft to MSC 108 for approval and consequent adoption at MSC 109.
The entry into force is expected to be 1 January 2028 and, in order to speed up global adoption, voluntary early implementation could be permitted by 2024.
Revision of the Interim recommendations for carriage of liquefied hydrogen in bulk
As the size of the hydrogen containment system grows due to ships’ need for longer routes, the structural strength requirements of a vacuum vessel becomes a significant challenge.
Hence, to facilitate the implementation of large-scale liquid hydrogen cargo enclosures aboard ships, novel containment system designs need to be explored. There are many technical and human centred challenges so it is expected to be a deep discussion around these amendments which could be finalised in 2024.
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The International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) is an internationally recognized set of guidelines and regulations, developed by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), and governs the processes by which classified cargo may be transported by sea.
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Prohibition signs are used to restrict or prohibit the movement and actions of persons and are necessary to ensure safety and avoid accidents.
They follow internationally recognised symbols and designs (SOLAS), ensuring uniformity and ease of understanding across different cultures and languages. This consistency helps crew members and visitors from diverse backgrounds comprehend the safety instructions quickly and effectively.
Prohibition signs serve as visual reminders to crew members, passengers, and visitors to avoid certain actions or behaviors that may pose risks to their safety or the vessel's operation.
Also, they contribute to preventing accidents by clearly indicating what is not allowed or prohibited. These signs help prevent accidents and mishaps. They convey important messages and instructions to individuals on board, reducing the likelihood of incidents caused by ignorance or carelessness.
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