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MSC-MEPC.6_Circ.10Annex2(SOPEP)-First June 2012.pdf

MSC-MEPC.6_Circ.10Annex2(SOPEP)-First June 2012.pdf

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MSC-MEPC.6/Circ.1030 June 2012
ANNEX 2LIST OF NATIONAL OPERATIONAL CONTACT POINTSRESPONSIBLE FOR THE RECEIPT, TRANSMISSION AND PROCESSING OFURGENT REPORTS ON INCIDENTS INVOLVING HARMFUL SUBSTANCES,INCLUDING OIL FROM SHIPS TO COASTAL STATES
 1 The following information is provided to enable compliance with Regulation 37 ofMARPOL Annex I which,
inter alia 
, requires that shipboard pollution emergency plans for oil(SOPEP) shall contain a list of authorities or persons to be contacted in the event of a pollutionincident involving such substances. Requirements for oil pollution emergency plans and relevantoil pollution reporting procedures are contained in Articles 3 and 4 of the 1990 OPRC Convention.2 This information is also provided to enable compliance with Regulation 17 of MARPOLAnnex II which,
inter alia 
, requires that the shipboard marine pollution emergency plans for oiland/or noxious liquid substances (SMPEP) shall contain a list of authorities or persons to becontacted in the event of a pollution incident involving such substances. In this context,requirements for emergency plans and reporting for hazardous and noxious substances are alsocontained in Article 3 of the 2000 OPRC-HNS Protocol.3 Resolution MEPC.54(32), as amended by resolution MEPC.86(44), on the SOPEPGuidelines and resolution MEPC.85(44), as amended by resolution MEPC.137(53), on theSMPEP Guidelines adopted by the IMO require that these shipboard pollution emergency plansshould include, as an appendix, the list of agencies or officials of administrations responsible forreceiving and processing reports as developed and up-dated by the Organization in compliancewith Article 8 (Reports on incidents involving harmful substances) and Protocol I (Provisionsconcerning Reports on Incidents Involving Harmful Substances) of the MARPOL Convention.Under Article 8 of Convention, each Party to the Convention shall notify the Organization withcomplete details of authorities responsible for receiving and processing reports on incidents forcirculation to other Parties and Member States of the Organization. Attention is also drawn toboth Guidelines which stipulate that "in the absence of a listed focal point, or should any unduedelay be experienced in contacting the responsible authority by direct means, the master shouldbe advised to contact the nearest coastal radio station, designated ship movement reportingstation or rescue co-ordination centre (RCC) by the quickest available means".4 The "List of national operational contact points responsible for the receipt, transmissionand processing of urgent reports on incidents involving harmful substances, including oil fromships to coastal States" contained in the circular is updated at the end of each calendar year.This list is an update of that contained in MSC-MEPC.6/Circ.9 dated 31 December 2010, asamended.5 The above mentioned “List” is available on the Internet and can be accessed as follows:http://www.imo.org/OurWork/Environment/PollutionPrevention/OilPollution/Pages/Shipboard-Marine-Pollution-Emergency-Plans.aspx(select "
SOPEP National Operations Focal Points
"on the right hand side of the given link) orhttp://www.imo.org(select either
“National Contacts”
 or
“Circulars”
links on the bottom of the IMO homepage). This Internet version is updated on aquarterly basis and includes
a summary
 
indicating which country has submitted changes toits information, since the previous update.
 6 On receipt of this latest version and in order to maintain an accurate list, it is necessarythat Member States check their respective information to ensure that it is correct. Effective29 February 2008, Member States are requested to directly update their respective informationin the Global Integrated Shipping Information Systems (GISIS) using the reporting facilities of theContact Points module.***
 
MSC-MEPC.6/Circ.10Annex 2, page
2
Changes or Amendments to theLIST OF NATIONAL OPERATIONAL CONTACT POINTS RESPONSIBLE FORTHE RECEIPT, TRANSMISSION AND PROCESSING OF URGENT REPORTS ONINCIDENTS INVOLVING HARMFUL SUBSTANCES, INCLUDING OIL FROMSHIPS TO COASTAL STATES
The following updates are based on information from countries that notified us of additions,changes or amendments to MSC-MEPC.6/Circ.10:
Updates as at 31 March 2012
CHILECHINAFINLANDGEORGIAISRAELPOLANDQATARREPUBLIC OF MOLDOVASAINT KITTS AND NEVISUKRAINE
Updates as at 30 June 2012
GEORGIAHONDURASISRAELPAKISTANPALAUQATARNote: This summary page will appear on the Internet whenever changes or amendments arereceived by the Secretariat before the printed copy of the list is re-issued.
If there are any changes or additions to entries please advice: Marine Environment Division Attention: Hakan Ozturk Tel.: +44 (0) 20 74634027 Fax: +44 (0) 20 75873210 E-mail: hozturk@imo.org 
 
 
MSC-MEPC.6/Circ.10ANNEX 2Page 3Last update: 30/06/2012
LIST OF NATIONAL OPERATIONAL CONTACT POINTSRESPONSIBLE FOR THE RECEIPT, TRANSMISSION ANDPROCESSING OF URGENT REPORTS ON INCIDENTSINVOLVING HARMFUL SUBSTANCES, INCLUDING OILFROM SHIPS TO COASTAL STATES
Printed: 29/06/2012
ARGENTINA
dpma-mp@prefecturanaval.gov.ar+54 11 4318 7474, +54 11 4318 7666
Email:Telex:Fax:
Prefectura Naval ArgentinaDirección de Protección AmbientalDepartamento Seguridad AmbientalAv. Eduardo madero 235, Piso 4Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (C1106ACC ) Argentina
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
+54 11 4318 7669 jefepermanencia@prefecturanaval.gov.ar54 11 4318 7589
Email:Telex:Fax:
Prefectura Naval ArgentinaDirección de OperacionesDepartamento Central de OperacionesAv. Eduardo Madero 235, Piso 3 Of. 3.31Ciudad Autônoma de Buenos Aires C1106ACC Argentina
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
54 11 4318 7610
ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
info@antiguamarine.com+49 441 93959-20/29
Email:Telex:Fax:
Antigua & Barbuda Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping (ADOMS)Am Patentbusch 4Oldenburg 26125 Germany
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
+49 441 93959-0marineserv@candw.ag+1 268 462 4358
Email:Telex:Fax:
Antigua & Barbuda Department of Marine Services and Merchant Shipping (ADOMS)*Corner of Popeshead & Dickenson Bay StreetsPO Box 1394St John's Antigua Germany
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
+1 268 462 1273 or 4353
ALBANIA
skapidani@gmail.com00355 4 2257028
Email:Telex:Fax:
Ministry of Pubilc Works ,Transport and TelecommunicationMaritime Transport Policy DirectorateTirana Albania
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:
English
Tel:
00355 4 2257028
ALGERIA
rezal@ministere-transports.gov.dz+213 (0)21 92 60 96+213 (0)21 92 98 94
Email:Telex:Fax:
Ministère des TransportsDirection de la Marine Marchande1 Chemin Ibn Badis El Mouiz (ex. Poirson)El Biar Alger
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
+213 (0)21 92 98 81+213 (0)21 92 09 31
ANGOLA
dnmmp@netangola.ao+ 244 222 311582
Email:Telex:Fax:
Ministry of Transport Maritime Institute of Ports of Angola (IMPA)Rua: Rainha Ginga, 74 4th FloorLuanda Angola
Radio Call Sign:Languages understood:Tel:
+244 222 390034

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