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Navigating the International Maritime Organization's IMO Green Passport:
“Green Passport” is the alternative name for a document that contains an inventory of Hazardous Materials for a particular ship. The purpose of Green Passport is to identify the hazardous materials on board a ship, including quantities and locations. Regulations and guidelines for Green Passports are developed and issued by the International Marine Organization (IMO), a London-headquartered United Nations agency tasked with promoting the safety of workers on transport ships and reducing the environmental pollution generated by seagoing vessels.
- Regulatory background
- Green Passport Issuers
- Order of operations upon arrival at port
- Penalties for non-compliance
- Supplier responsibilities
- Documentation details
- What information does the document contain?
- How often does a Green Passport need to be updated?
- What type of substances are considered hazardous materials within the Green Passport legislation?