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1 Introduction
1.1 Signifcance of ships to health
1.2 Scope, purpose and objective
1.3 Harmonization with other international regulations
1.3.1 International Health Regulations
1.3.2 International Labour Organization
1.3.3 International Maritime Organization
1.4 Roles and responsibilities
1.4.1 Designer/constructor
1.4.2 Owner/operator
1.4.3 Master/crew
1.4.4 Port authorities
1.5 Structure of the Guide to ship sanitation
2.1.1 Standards related to potable water
2.1.2 Role of the International Health Regulations (2005)
2.1.4 Health risks associated with potable water on ships
2.1.5 Bottled water and ice
2.2 Guidelines
2.2.2 Guideline 2.2: Water quantity
2.2.3 Guideline 2.3: Water safety plan for ship water supply
2.2.4 Guideline 2.4: Independent surveillance
3 Food
3.1 Background
3.1.1 Food supply and transfer chain
3.1.2 Health risks associated with food on ships
3.1.3 International Health Regulations (2005)
3.2 Guidelines
3.2.1 Guideline 3.1: Food safety plans
3.2.2 Guideline 3.2: Food receipt
3.2.3 Guideline 3.3: Equipment and utensils
3.2.4 Guideline 3.4: Materials
3.2.5 Guideline 3.5: Facilities
3.2.6 Guideline 3.6: Storage, preparation and service spaces
3.2.7 Guideline 3.7: Toilet and personal hygiene facilities
3.2.8 Guideline 3.8: Dishwashing
3.2.9 Guideline 3.9: Safe food storage
3.2.10 Guideline 3.10: Maintenance, cleaning and disinfection
3.2.11 Guideline 3.11: Personal hygiene
3.2.12 Guideline 3.12: Training
3.2.13 Guideline 3.13: Food wastes
4 Recreational water environments
4.1 Background
4.1.2 Recreational water environment guidelines
4.2 Guidelines
4.2.1 Guideline 4.1: Design and operation
4.2.2 Guideline 4.2: Pool hygiene
4.2.3 Guideline 4.3: Monitoring
5 Ballast water
5.1 Background
5.1.1 Health risks associated with ballast water on ships
5.1.2 Standards
5.2 Guidelines
5.2.1 Guideline 5.1: Ballast water management
5.2.2 Guideline 5.2: Ballast water treatment and disposal
6 Waste management and disposal
6.1 Background
6.1.1 Health risks associated with wastes on ships
6.1.2 Standards
6.2 Guidelines
6.2.1 Guideline 6.1: Sewage and greywater management
6.2.2 Guideline 6.2: Solid waste management
7 Vector and reservoir control
7.1 Background
7.1.1 Health risks associated with vectors on ships
7.1.2 Standards
7.2 Guidelines
7.2.1 Guideline 7.1: Insect vector control
7.2.2 Guideline 7.2: Rodent vector control
8 Controlling infectious diseases in the environment
8.1 Background
8.2 Guidelines
8.2.1 Guideline 8.1: Transmission routes
8.2.2 Guideline 8.2: Air quality
8.2.3 Guideline 8.3: Cases and outbreaks
Glossary
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