The Revised GESAMP Hazard Evaluation Procedure for Chemical Substances Carried by Ships

The Revised GESAMP Hazard Evaluation Procedure for Chemical Substances Carried by Ships

Reports and Studies No. 64

The revised GESAMP Hazard Evaluation Procedure provides an
updated set of criteria for evaluating the hazards of chemical
substances that may enter the marine environment through
operational discharge, accidental spillage, or loss overboard from
ships. Hazards to both humans and the marine environment are
considered and the information is collated in the form of a 'hazard
profile', an easily read fingerprint of the hazard characteristics of each
substance. The hazard profiles of substances carried by ships that have
been reviewed by the EHS2 Working Group of GESAMP are
published at regular intervals and a 'composite list' is available from
the International Maritime Organization (IMO)...


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    Edition: 2002, #64 (137 p.)
    Authors: GESAMP
    Publisher: IMO
    Journal series: Reports and Studies

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