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ANNEX 2 RESOLUTION MEPC.179(59) Adopted on 17 July 2009 GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION COMMITTEE, RECALLING Article 38(a) of the Convention on the International Maritime Organization concerning the functions of the Marine Environment Protection Committee conferred upon it by the international conventions for the prevention and control of marine pollution, RECALLING ALSO that the International Conference on the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships held in May 2009 adopted the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 (the Hong Kong Convention) together with six Conference resolutions, NOTING that regulations 5.1 and 5.2 of the Annex to the Hong Kong Convention require that ships shall have on board an Inventory of Hazardous Materials which shall be prepared and verified taking into account Guidelines, including any threshold values and exemptions contained in those Guidelines, developed by the Organization, NOTING ALSO that regulation 5.3 of the Annex to the Hong Kong Convention requires that Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials shall be properly maintained and updated throughout the operational life of the ship, taking into account the Guidelines developed by the Organization, NOTING FURTHER that regulation 5.4 of the Annex to the Hong Kong Convention requires that the Inventory shall also incorporate Part II for operationally generated wastes and Part III for stores and shall be verified, taking into account the Guidelines developed by the Organization, RECALLING that the International Conference on the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, in its resolution 4, invited the Organization to develop Guidelines for global, uniform and effective implementation and enforcement of the relevant requirements of the Convention as a matter of urgency, HAVING CONSIDERED, at its fifty-ninth session, the draft Guidelines for the development of the inventory of hazardous materials developed by the Working Group on Guidelines for Ship Recycling, 1. ADOPTS the Guidelines for the development of the inventory of hazardous materials as set out in the Annex to this resolution; 2. INVITES Governments to apply the Guidelines as soon as possible, or when the Convention becomes applicable to them; and 3. AGREES to keep the Guidelines under review. ***
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MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 2 ANNEX GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

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Introduction Objectives of the Guidelines

These Guidelines provide recommendations for developing the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (hereinafter referred to as “the Inventory”) to assist compliance with regulation 5 (Inventory of Hazardous Materials) of the Hong Kong International Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships, 2009 (hereinafter referred to as “the Convention”). 1.2 Application of the Guidelines

These Guidelines have been developed to provide relevant stakeholders (e.g., shipbuilders, equipment suppliers, repairers, shipowners and ship management companies) with the essential requirements for practical and logical development of the Inventory. 1.3 Objectives of the Inventory

The objectives of the Inventory are to provide ship-specific information on the actual Hazardous Materials present on board, in order to protect health and safety and to prevent environmental pollution at Ship Recycling Facilities. This information will be used by the Ship Recycling Facilities in order to decide how to manage the types and amounts of materials identified in the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (regulation 9). 2 Definitions

The terms used in these Guidelines have the same meaning as those defined in the Convention, with the following additional definitions which apply to these Guidelines only. “Homogeneous material” means a material of uniform composition throughout that cannot be mechanically disjointed into different materials, meaning that the materials cannot, in principle, be separated by mechanical actions such as unscrewing, cutting, crushing, grinding and abrasive processes. “Product” means machinery, equipment, materials and applied coatings on board a ship. “Supplier” means a company which provides products; which may be a manufacturer, trader or agency. “Supply chain” means the series of entities involved in the supply and purchase of materials and goods, from raw materials to final product. “Threshold level” is defined as the concentration value in homogeneous materials.

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MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 3 3 3.1 Requirements for the Inventory Scope of the Inventory

The Inventory consists of: Part I: Materials contained in ship structure or equipment; Part II: Operationally generated wastes; and Part III: Stores. 3.2 Materials to be listed in the Inventory

Appendix 1 of the Guidelines, “Items to be listed in the Inventory of Hazardous Materials”, provides information on the Hazardous Materials that may be found on board a ship. Materials set out in appendix 1 should be listed in the Inventory. Each item in appendix 1 of these Guidelines is classified under “Table A”, “Table B”, “Table C” or “Table D” according to its properties: .1 .2 .3 Table A comprises the materials listed in appendix 1 of the Convention; Table B comprises the materials listed in appendix 2 of the Convention; Table C (Potentially hazardous items) comprises items which are potentially hazardous to the environment and human health at Ship Recycling Facilities; and Table D (Regular Consumable Goods potentially containing Hazardous Materials) comprises goods which are not integral to a ship and are unlikely to be dismantled or treated at a Ship Recycling Facility.

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Table A and Table B correspond to Part I of the Inventory. Table C corresponds to Parts II and III and Table D corresponds to Part III. 3.3 Materials not required to be listed in the Inventory

Materials listed in Table B that are inherent in solid metals or metal alloys, provided they are used in general construction, such as hull, superstructure, pipes, or housings for equipment and machinery are not required to be listed in the Inventory. 3.4 Standard format of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials

The Inventory should be developed on the basis of the standard format set out in appendix 2 of these Guidelines: “Standard format of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials”. Examples of how to complete the Inventory are provided for guidance purposes only. 4 4.1 Requirements for development of the Inventory Development of Part I of the Inventory for new ships

4.1.1 Part I of the Inventory for new ships should be developed at the design and construction stage.
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MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 4 4.1.2 Checking of materials listed in Table A

During the development of the Inventory (Part I), the presence of materials listed in Table A of appendix 1 should be checked and confirmed; the quantity and location of Table A materials should be listed in Part I of the Inventory. If such materials are used in compliance with the Convention, they should be listed in Part I of the Inventory. Any spare parts containing materials listed in Table A are required to be listed in Part III of the Inventory. 4.1.3 Checking of materials listed in Table B

If materials listed in Table B of appendix 1 are present in products above the threshold levels provided in Table B, the quantity and location of the products and the contents of the materials present in them should be listed in Part I of the Inventory. Any spare parts containing materials listed in Table B are required to be listed in Part III of the Inventory. 4.1.4 Process for checking of materials The checking of materials as provided in paragraphs 4.1.2 and 4.1.3 above should be based on the “Material Declaration” furnished by the suppliers in the shipbuilding supply chain (e.g., equipment suppliers, parts suppliers, material suppliers). 4.2 Development of Part I of the Inventory for existing ships

In order to achieve comparable results for existing ships with respect to Part I of the Inventory, the following procedure should be followed. The procedure is based on the following steps: .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 collection of necessary information; assessment of collected information; preparation of visual/sampling check plan; onboard visual check and sampling check; and preparation of Part I of the Inventory and related documentation.

The determination of Hazardous Materials present on board existing ships should, as far as practicable, be conducted as prescribed for new ships, including the procedures described in section 6 and 7 of these Guidelines. Alternatively the procedures described in subsection 4.2 may be applied for existing ships, but these procedures should not be used for any new installation resulting from the conversion or repair of existing ships after the initial preparation of the Inventory. The procedures described in subsection 4.2 should be carried out by the shipowner, who may draw upon expert assistance. Such an expert or expert party should not be the same as the person or organization authorized by the Administration to approve the Inventory. Please refer to appendix 4: “Flow diagram for developing Part I of the Inventory for existing ships”; and appendix 5: “Typical example of development process for Part I of the Inventory for existing ships”.
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research. 4. and ship recycling facilities with experience working with similar ships. historical societies. and hazardous material inventories or recycling information from sister ships.1 ANNEX 2 Page 5 4. request. materials listed in Table B should be listed as far as practicable.MEPC 59/24/Add. the ship builder. and procure all reasonably available documentation regarding the ship. conversion. The visual/sampling check plan based on the following three lists: List of equipment. and technical specifications. system and/or area for sampling check (any equipment. certificates.doc . - - Visual/sampling checkpoints should be all points where: the presence of materials to be considered for the Inventory Part I as listed in appendix 1 is likely.2. system and/or area classed as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” (any equipment. A sampling check is the taking of samples to identify the presence or absence of Hazardous Material contained in the equipment. Information that will be useful includes maintenance. system and/or area as requiring sampling check. drawings.1 Collection of necessary information (Step 1) The shipowner should identify. and List of equipment.2.2. manuals. 4. by suitable and generally accepted methods such as laboratory analysis). The assessment should cover all materials listed in Table A of appendix 1. and repair documents. The prerequisite for this classification is a comprehensible justification as to the impossibility of conducting sampling without compromising the safety of the ship and its operational efficiency). system and/or area classed as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” without the sampling check. List of equipment. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. system and/or area which cannot be specified regarding the presence of the materials listed in appendix 1 by document analysis may be entered in the List of equipment. classification society records.3 Preparation of visual/sampling check plan (Step 3) To specify the materials listed in appendix 1 of these Guidelines a visual/sampling check plan should be prepared taking into account the collated information and any appropriate expertise. and/or areas. Potential sources of information could include previous shipowners.2 Assessment of collected information (Step 2) The information collected in Step 1 above should be assessed. systems. system and/or area for visual check (any equipment. system and/or area specified regarding the presence of the materials listed in appendix 1 by document analysis should be entered in the List of equipment. The results of the assessment should be reflected in the visual/sampling check plan. ship’s plans. product information data sheets (such as Material Declarations). system and/or area for visual check). system and/or area which cannot be specified regarding the presence of the materials listed in appendix 1 by document or visual analysis should be entered in the List of equipment.

I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 Part I of the Inventory should be appropriately maintained and updated. during repair. The prerequisite for such classification should be the same prerequisite as in section 4. refit or conversion). Part I of the Inventory should be updated according to the requirements for new ships as stipulated in subsections 4.1 ANNEX 2 Page 6 4.1. they should be classified as “potentially containing Hazardous Material”. 4. or materials of uncertain composition were used.3.2. 4. 4.2.MEPC 59/24/Add.4 the documentation is not specific.2. If the equipment. These two categories should be indicated separately in the remarks column of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials. Updating is not required if identical parts or coatings are installed or applied. Any equipment. Any uncertainty regarding the presence of Hazardous Materials should be clarified by a visual/sampling check.5 Preparation of Part I of the Inventory and related documentation (Step 5) If any equipment.3 Maintaining and updating Part I of the Inventory during operations 4.. Onboard visual/sampling check (Step 4) The onboard visual/sampling check should be carried out in accordance with the visual/sampling check plan. When a sampling check is carried out. system and/or area classed as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” may be investigated or subjected to a sampling check at the request of the shipowner during a later survey (e.4. Materials of the same kind may be sampled in a representative manner. their approximate quantity and location should be listed in Part I of the Inventory. samples should be taken and the sample points should be clearly marked on the ship plan and the sample results referenced. especially after any repair or conversion or sale of a ship.1. The sampling check should be carried out drawing upon expert assistance.g.doc . removed or replaced or the hull coating is renewed.2 to 4.3. Checkpoints should be documented in the ship’s plan and may be supported by photographs. system and/or area of the ship are not accessible for a visual check or sampling check.3.6 Diagram of the location of Hazardous Materials on board a ship Preparation of a diagram showing the location of the materials listed in Table A is recommended in order to help Ship Recycling Facilities gain a visual understanding of the Inventory. system and/or area is classed as either “containing Hazardous Material” or “potentially containing Hazardous Material”. 4. Such materials are to be checked to ensure that they are of the same kind.2 Updating of Part I of the Inventory in the event of new installation If any machinery or equipment is added to.2.

taking into account the fact that a ship destined to be recycled shall minimize the wastes remaining on board (regulation 8. including the related pipe system volumes.2 Stores to be listed in the Inventory If the stores to be listed in Part III of the Inventory provided in Table C of appendix 1 are to be delivered with the ship to a Ship Recycling Facility. capacity of cans and cylinders). the quantity of the operationally generated wastes should be estimated and their approximate quantities and locations should be listed in Part II of the Inventory..doc . quantity and location of the stores should be listed in Part III of the Inventory.4 Regular consumable goods to be listed in the Inventory Regular consumable goods. anti-seize compounds and grease which are applied to or injected into machinery and equipment to maintain normal performance do not fall within the scope of this provision. owner or operator of the ship changes.5. owner or operator of the ship changes. the unit (e. taking into account that a ship destined to be recycled shall conduct operations in the period prior to entering the Ship Recycling Facility in a manner that minimizes the amount of cargo residues.. the quantity of liquids and gases listed in Table C of appendix 1 required for normal operation. 4. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. This information belongs to the ship. TV set). However.5.MEPC 59/24/Add. and continuity of this information should be maintained if the flag. Each item listed in Part III should correspond to the ship’s operations during its last voyage. Part II of the Inventory should be developed before the final survey.5 Development of Part III of the Inventory (stores) 4.4 Development of Part II of the Inventory (operationally generated waste) 4.1 ANNEX 2 Page 7 4. as provided in Table D of appendix 1should not be listed in Part I or Part II but should be listed in Part III of the Inventory if they are to be delivered with the ship to a Ship Recycling Facility.1 Once the decision to recycle has been taken. should be prepared and documented at the design and construction stage.g.3 Liquids and gases sealed in ship’s machinery and equipment to be listed in the Inventory If any liquids and gases listed in Table C of appendix 1 are integral in machinery and equipment on board a ship. fuel oil and wastes remaining on board (regulation 8. their approximate quantity and location should be listed in Part III of the Inventory. Part III of the Inventory should be developed before the final survey. 4.5.4.4.2).g. 4. small amounts of lubricating oil.2 Operationally generated wastes to be listed in the Inventory If the wastes listed in Part II of the Inventory provided in “Table C (Potentially hazardous items)” of appendix 1 are intended for delivery with the ship to a Ship Recycling Facility. especially if the flag. For subsequent completion of Part III of the Inventory during the recycling preparation processes. A general description including the name of item (e.2).3. 4. 4.3 Continuity of Part I of the Inventory Part I of the Inventory should belong to the ship and the continuity and conformity of the information it contains should be confirmed.5. 4.1 Once the decision to recycle a ship has been taken.

2 .3 .1 Cargo Tank. 5 5.g. to maintain the Inventory including dates of changes or new deleted entries and the signature of the designated person.6 Description of location of Hazardous Materials on board The locations of Hazardous Materials on board should be described and identified using the name of location (e. quantity and location should be entered in Part III of the Inventory.doc . in order to implement subsection 4.1.1.g.. General Arrangement. m3 for materials of liquid or gases.. 5.3 of the Guidelines does not apply to regular consumable goods. Bridge DK. and provide related documents as required for the survey or sale of the ship. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 8 manufacturer.MEPC 59/24/Add. . Machinery Arrangement or Tank Arrangement).. The check on materials provided for in paragraphs 4.1 Requirements for ascertaining the conformity of the Inventory Design and construction stage The conformity of Part I of the Inventory at the design and construction stage should be ascertained by reference to the collected “Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity” described in section 7 and the related “Material Declarations” collected from suppliers. No. second floor of Engine-room. APT.g. 4. An approximate quantity should be rounded up to at least two significant figures.2 Operational stage Shipowners should implement the following measures in order to ensure the conformity of Part I of the Inventory: .4 6 6. the designated person. should establish and supervise a system to ensure the necessary updating of the Inventory in the event of new installation. the standard unit used for the of Hazardous Materials should be kg.2 and 4.1 designate a person as responsible for maintaining and updating the Inventory (the designated person may be employed ashore or on board).1 Material Declaration General Suppliers to the shipbuilding industry should identify and declare whether or not the materials listed in Table A or Table B are present above the threshold level specified in appendix 1 of these Guidelines. this provision does not apply to chemicals which do not constitute a part of the finished product.3. unless other units (e. 4.7 Description of approximate quantity of Hazardous Materials In order to identify the approximate quantity of Hazardous Materials. However. Frame number) given in the plans (e. m2 for materials used in floors or walls) are considered more appropriate.2. Fire and Safety Plan.

6 date of declaration.1 . supplier’s name. and the information on the chemical substances they supply should be obtained. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. The company policy on the management of the chemical substances in products which the supplier manufactures or sells should cover: .a Compliance with law: The regulations and requirements governing the management of chemical substances in products should be clearly described in documents which should be kept and maintained. product name (common product name or name used by manufacturer). product number (for identification by manufacturer). and mass of each constituent material listed in Table A and/or Table B of appendix 1 of these Guidelines if present above threshold level. declaration of whether or not the materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of these Guidelines are present in the product above the threshold level stipulated in appendix 1 of these Guidelines. . and .MEPC 59/24/Add.b Obtaining of information on chemical substance content: In procuring raw materials for components and products.2.2 . Material Declaration identification number.4 .7 An example of a Material Declaration is shown in appendix 6.3 . The supplier compiling the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity should establish a company policy1. and to identify the responsible entity. suppliers should be selected following an evaluation.1 ANNEX 2 Page 9 6.2 Information required in the declaration At a minimum the following information is required in the Material Declaration: . 7 7.1 Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity Purpose and scope The purpose of the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity is to provide assurance that the related Material Declaration conforms to section 6.doc . 1 A recognized quality management system may be utilized. The Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity remains valid as long as the products are present on board.5 .

doc . date and place of issue.g. name and contact address of the issuer. name.3 unique identification number. name and function of the authorized person(s) acting on behalf of the issuer..MEPC 59/24/Add. identification of the subject of the Declaration of Conformity (e.6 An example of the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity is shown in appendix 7.2 Contents and format The Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity should contain the following: . type.1 .4 . model number. and/or other relevant supplementary information). and signature (or equivalent sign of validation).2 .5 . statement of conformity. 8 List of appendices Appendix 1: Appendix 2: Appendix 3: Items to be listed in the Inventory of Hazardous Materials Standard format of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials Example of the development process for Part I of the Inventory for new ships Flow diagram for developing Part I of the Inventory for existing ships Example of the development process for Part I of the Inventory for existing ships Form of Material Declaration Form of Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity Examples of Table A and Table B materials of appendix 1 with CAS-numbers Appendix 4: Appendix 5: Appendix 6: Appendix 7: Appendix 8: I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 10 7. .

000 mg/kg 1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 11 APPENDIX 1 ITEMS TO BE LISTED IN THE INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TABLE A* Materials listed in appendix 1 of the Annex to the Convention Inventory No. Materials Part I A-1 A-2 Asbestos Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) CFCs Halons Other fully halogenated CFCs Carbon tetrachloride A-3 Ozone Depleting Substances 1.doc . C10-C13. chloro) x x x x x x x x x Inventory Part II Part III Threshold level 100 mg/kg 1. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.000 mg/kg 1.000 mg/kg 1.1-Trichloroethane (Methyl chloroform) Hydrochlorofluorocarbons Hydrobromofluorocarbons Methyl bromide Bromochloromethane Anti-fouling systems containing organotin compounds as a biocide x x x x x x x x x x x x Part II Part III Threshold level no threshold level no threshold level no threshold level A-4 2500 mg total tin/kg TABLE B* Materials listed in appendix 2 of the Annex to the Convention No. B-1 B-2 B-3 B-4 B-5 B-6 B-7 B-8 B-9 Materials Part I Cadmium and cadmium compounds Hexavalent chromium and hexavalent chromium compounds Lead and lead compounds Mercury and mercury compounds Polybrominated biphenyl (PBBs) Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) Polychlorinated naphthalenes (more than 3 chlorine atoms) Radioactive substances Certain shortchain chlorinated paraffins (Alkanes.MEPC 59/24/Add.1.000 mg/kg 1. quantities occurring as unintentional trace contaminants should not be listed in Material Declarations and in the Inventory.000 mg/kg no threshold level no threshold level 1% * For materials in this Table with no threshold level.

MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 12 TABLE C Potentially hazardous items No. C-1 C-2 C-3 C-4 C-5 C-6 C-7 C-8 C-9 C-10 C-11 C-12 C-13 C-14 C-15 C-16 C-17 C-18 C-19 C-20 C-21 C-22 C-23 C-24 C-25 C-27 C-28 C-29 C-30 C-31 C-32 C-33 C-34 C-35 C-36 C-37 C-38 Gas Explosibility/ inflammability Liquid Oiliness Gas Green House Gases Explosives/ inflammables Liquid Oiliness Properties Kerosene White spirit Lubricating oil Hydraulic oil Anti-seize compounds Fuel additive Engine coolant additives Antifreeze fluids Boiler and feed water treatment and test re-agents De-ioniser regenerating chemicals Evaporator dosing and descaling acids Paint stabilizers/rust stabilizers Solvents/thinners Paints Chemical refrigerants Battery electrolyte Alcohol.doc . methylated spirits Acetylene Propane Butane Oxygen CO2 Perfluorocarbons (PFCs) Methane Hydrofluorocarbon (HFCs) Nitrous oxide(N2O) Sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) Bunkers: fuel oil Grease Waste oil (sludge) Bilge Oily liquid cargo tank residues Ballast water Raw sewage Treated sewage Non-oily liquid cargo residues Fuel gas x x x x x x x x Goods Part I Inventory Part II Part III x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.

MEPC 59/24/Add. video cameras. refrigerators. Properties Example Part I Domestic and accommodation appliances Computers. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. incinerator ash is classified separately because it may include hazardous substances or heavy metals.doc . telephones.1 ANNEX 2 Page 13 TABLE C Potentially hazardous items No. filament bulbs. consumer batteries. scanners. carbon remover) Detergent/bleacher (could be a liquid) Miscellaneous medicines Fire fighting clothing and equipment Dry tank residues Cargo residues Spare parts which contain materials listed in Table A or Table B 2) Definition of garbage is identical to that in MARPOL Annex V. lead acid batteries) Pesticides/insecticide sprays Extinguishers Chemical cleaner (incl. video recorders. lamps Inventory Part II Part III D-1 x • This Table does not include ship specific equipment integral to ship operations. C-39 C-40 C-41 C-42 C-43 C-45 C-45 C-46 C-47 C-48 C-49 C-50 C-51 C-52 C-53 C-54 C-55 Solid Properties Goods Part I Dry cargo residues Medical waste/infectious waste Incinerator ash2) Garbage 2) Inventory Part II x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Part III Fuel tank residues Oily solid cargo tank residues Oily/contaminated rags Batteries (incl. which has to be listed in Part I of the Inventory. electrical equipment cleaner. printers. fluorescent lamps. radio sets. However. TABLE D• Regular consumable goods potentially containing Hazardous Materials No. television sets.

01 kg kg kg kg kg Revised by XXX on Oct... 2008 less than 0. XX.01 0. xx Co.00 120.1 ANNEX 2 Page 14 APPENDIX 2 STANDARD FORMAT OF THE INVENTORY OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS Part I HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTAINED IN THE SHIP’S STRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT I-1 Paints and coating systems containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines Materials (classification in appendix 1) No. xx Co. xx primer #300 Hull part Anti-fouling xx Co. quantity No. Name of equipment and machinery Location Parts where used Remarks 1 2 3 4 Switch board Diesel engine. quantity Remarks 1 2 Anti-drumming compound Primer. xx #200 Diesel generator (x 3) Engine control room Engine room Engine-room Engine-room Housing coating Heat gauge Bearing Bearing Ingredient of copper compounds 0.MEPC 59/24/Add. xx #150 Diesel engine.doc .01kg I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.01 0.. xx Co.02 <0.02 0. xx coat #100 Underwater parts Lead TBT 35.00 kg kg I-2 Equipment and machinery containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines Materials (classification in appendix 1) Cadmium Mercury Cadmium Cadmium Lead Approx. Application of paint Name of paint Location Approx..

1 ANNEX 2 Page 15 I-3 Structure and hull containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines Materials (classification in appendix 1) Asbestos Lead Asbestos Parts where used Approx.doc .00 kg m3 kg kg m3 Remarks I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.01 kg cover for insulation material 25.1 cargo hold No. Name of structural element Location Remarks 1 2 3 Wall panel Wall insulation Accommodation Engine control room Insulation perforated plate Insulation 2. quantity 35.00 kg under perforated plates Part II No. 1 2 3 4 5 OPERATIONALLY GENERATED WASTE Location1) Garbage locker Bilge tank No.00 110.00 kg Name of item (classification in appendix 1) and detail (if any) of the item Garbage (food waste) Bilgewater Dry cargo residues (iron ore) Waste oil (sludge) (crude) Ballast water Approx.00 kg 0.1 ballast tank Sediments 250.00 15.500.MEPC 59/24/Add.00 120.00 2. quantity No.500.2 cargo hold No.

Remarks2) 50 bottles 5.1 ANNEX 2 Page 16 Part III STORES III-1 Stores No.00 kg 20.20 m3 m3 m3 m3 m3 Remarks 1 Deck crane hydraulic oil system Deck machinery hydraulic oil system Steering gear hydraulic oil system Upper deck Upper deck and bosun store Steering gear room Engine-room Engine-room 2 3 Lubricating oil Boiler water treatment Main engine system Boiler I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. 1 2 3 4 5 Location1) No.00 kg Figure Approx. quantity 15.1 fuel oil tank CO2 room Workshop Medicine locker Paint stores Name of item (classification in appendix 1) Fuel oil (heavy fuel oil) CO2 Propane Miscellaneous medicines Paint.00 10 5 pcs pcs 200.55 0.45 0.. xx Co.MEPC 59/24/Add.00 200.00 0.00 kg 20.000. 100.00 m3 kg kg Details are shown in the attached list.doc . quantity 100. Type of liquids (classification in appendix 1) Hydraulic oil Name of machinery or equipment Location Approx. #600 Unit quantity 100.00 III-2 Liquids sealed in ship’s machinery and equipment No.00 kg Cadmium containing.

1 2 Location1) Accommodation Accommodation Refrigerators Personal computers Name of item Quantity 1 2 Remarks 1) 2) The location of a Part II or Part III item should be entered in order based on its location.doc . from a lower level to an upper level and from a fore part to an aft part.MEPC 59/24/Add.00 50.00 kg kg Remarks 1 2 AC system Refrigerated provision chamber machine AC room AC room III-4 Regular consumable goods potentially containing Hazardous Materials No. quantity 100. as far as practicable. if Hazardous Materials are integrated in products. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 17 III-3 Gases sealed in ship’s machinery and equipment No. the approximate amount of the contents should be shown as far as possible. The location of Part I items is recommended to be described similarly. In column “Remarks” for Part III items. Type of gases (classification in appendix 1) HFC HFC Name of machinery or equipment Location Approx.

the order of these steps is flexible and can be changed depending on the schedule of shipbuilding: . Thus the collection of data on Hazardous Materials may involve the entire shipbuilding supply chain (Figure 1). Collection of Hazardous Materials information Data collection process for Hazardous Materials Materials Declaration (MD) and Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) for products from suppliers (tier 1 suppliers) should be requested and collected by the shipbuilding yard.3 3 3.MEPC 59/24/Add.doc . utilization of Hazardous Materials information.2 .1 . However. 2 Development flow for Part I of the Inventory Part I of the Inventory should be developed using the following 3 steps. and preparation of the Inventory (by filling out standard format).1 ANNEX 2 Page 18 APPENDIX 3 EXAMPLE OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR PART I OF THE INVENTORY FOR NEW SHIPS 1 Objective of the typical example This example has been developed to give guidance and to facilitate understanding of the development process for Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials for new ships. Tier 1 suppliers may request from their suppliers (tier 2 suppliers) the relevant information if they cannot develop the MD based on the information available. List Request MD MD MD MD Request MD Shipbuilder Submit Equipment supplier (tier 1) Submit Equipment supplier (tier 2) MD ・ ・ ・ MD MD MD Figure 1 – Process of MD (and SDoC) collection showing involvement of supply chain I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 collection of Hazardous Materials information.

sheath..2.2. the products which contain these materials shall not be installed on a ship. as contained in Table A and Table B of appendix 1of these Guidelines. new installations containing hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) before 1 January 2020). intervention. the products should be listed in the Inventory. However. if the materials are used in a product in accordance with an exemption specified by the Convention (e. 3.1 ANNEX 2 Page 19 3. In this case.g.1 Materials listed in Table A If one or more materials listed in Table A are found to be present in concentrations above the specified threshold level according to the MD.MEPC 59/24/Add.3 Example of “Homogeneous Materials” Figure 2 shows an example of four homogeneous materials which constitute a cable.2 Declaration of Hazardous Materials Suppliers should declare whether or not the Hazardous Materials listed in Table A and Table B in the MD are present in concentrations above the threshold levels specified for each “homogeneous material” in a product. 3. 3.2 Materials listed in Table B If one or more materials listed in Table B are found to be present in concentrations above the specified threshold level according to the MD.doc . the product should be listed in the Inventory. 5 Preparation of Inventory (by filling out standard format) The information received for the Inventory. Sheath (PVC) Intervention (paper) Insulator (rubber) Conductor (copper) Figure 2 – Example of Homogeneous Materials (cable) 4 Utilization of Hazardous Materials information Products which contain Hazardous Materials in concentrations above the specified threshold levels should be clearly identified in the MD. The approximate quantity of the Hazardous Materials should be calculated if the mass data for Hazardous Materials are declared in the MD using a unit which cannot be directly utilized in the Inventory. insulator and conductor are all individual homogeneous materials. ought to be structured and utilized according to the following categorization for Part I of the Inventory: I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.

and Structure and hull.1 Paints and coating systems.doc . If the Hazardous Materials are liquids or gases.1.2 “Approximate quantity” column The standard unit for approximate quantity of solid Hazardous Materials should be kg.1. If more than one Hazardous Material is present in the equipment or machinery. If more than one item of equipment or machinery is situated in one location. Equipment and machinery. the standard unit should be either m3 or kg. “Name of equipment and machinery” column Equipment and machinery The name of each equipment or machinery should be entered in this column. quantity 0.75 0.3 5. both name and quantity of the equipment or machinery should be entered in the column. If the Hazardous Material is less than 10 g. should be described using the name of the system concerned. Parts where used Approx. A reference to the compartments where these systems are located is not necessary as long as the system is clearly identified and properly named. Table 1 – Example showing more than one item of equipment or machinery situated in one location Name of equipment Location and machinery Materials (classification in appendix 1) No.03 kg kg Remarks Lead Main engine Engine-room Mercury Diesel generator (x 3) Engine-room Mercury Piston pin bush Thermometer charge air temperature Thermometer 5. which are often situated in more than one compartment of a ship.2 Pipes and cables The names of pipes and of systems. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.2 1.01 0.1 5. An approximate quantity should be rounded up to at least two significant figures.MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 20 1. such as bolts. there is no need to list each item individually. including electric cables. For identical common or mass-produced items.01 kg”. nuts and valves. the description of the quantity should read “<0. 5. the row relating to that equipment or machinery should be appropriately divided such that all of the Hazardous Materials contained in the piece of equipment or machinery are entered. An example is shown in Table 1.1 1.

3.1 “Location” column Example of a location list It is recommended to prepare a location list which covers all compartments of a ship based on the ship’s plans (e. The description of the location should be based on a location such as a deck or room to enable easy identification.1 ANNEX 2 Page 21 Table 2 – Example of a switchboard Name of equipment Location and machinery Engine control room Materials (classification appendix 1) in No.01 kg less than 0.01kg 5.g.doc . Accommodation and Tank Plan) and on other documentation on board.1 FOT … Aft Peak Tank Steering Gear Room Emergency Fire Pump Space … Accommodation Compass deck Nav. The name of the location should correspond to the ship’s plans so as to ensure consistency between the Inventory and the ship’s plans.1 Garage deck … Fore Peak Tank No. General Arrangement.1 WBT No. including certificates or spare parts’ lists.. quantity 0.02 kg Remarks Cadmium Mercury Housing coating Heat gauge Switchboard <0.MEPC 59/24/Add.3 5. Table 3 – Examples of location names (A) Primary classification All over the ship Hull part (B) Secondary classification Fore part Cargo part (C) Name of location Bosun store … No. Examples of names of locations are shown in Table 3.1 Cargo Hold/Tank No. Engine-room Arrangement. Bridge deck … Wheel House Engine Control Room Cargo Control Room … Deck House … Tank part Aft part Superstructure Deck house I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. Parts where used Approx.

Table 4 – Example of description of a pipe system Name of equipment Location and machinery Ballast water system Engine-room. quantity Remarks I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. A typical description of a pipe system is shown in Table 4. should be described for each system concerned.2 Description of location of pipes and electrical systems Locations of pipes and systems. If they are situated in a number of compartments.3. or description of the location of the system using an expression such as those shown under “primary classification” and “secondary classification” in Table 3.doc .MEPC 59/24/Add. including electrical systems and cables situated in more than one compartment of a ship. the most practical of the following two options should be used: a) b) listing of all components in the column. Parts used where Approx.1 ANNEX 2 Page 22 (A) Primary classification Machinery part (B) Secondary classification Engine-room (C) Name of location Engine-room Main Floor 2nd Floor … Generator Space/Room Purifier Space/Room Shaft Space/Room Engine Casing Funnel Engine Control Room … Pump-room … Superstructure Upper deck Hull shell bottom under waterline … Pump-room Exterior part Superstructure Upper deck Hull shell 5. Hold parts Materials (classification in appendix 1) No.

manuals. this equipment. Onboard visual check . and/or areas. The sampling check should be applied where the presence of Prohibited and Restricted Hazardous Material is assumed but cannot be recognized by analysis of the available documentation. YES Equipment. system and/or area potentially containing Hazardous Material Preparation of visual/sampling check p lan *3 : Equipment. by laboratory analysis. such as the impossibility to conduct samplings without compromising ship safety and operational efficiency. systems. This means sampling and identification of Hazardous Material contained in the equipment. sampling check *4 *4 : Sampling Check. Using analysis of available documents based on knowledge and experience. ship’s plans drawings. system and/or area classed as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” without the sampling check. system and/or areas which cannot be specified as containing materials listed in appendix 1 of these guidelines on the basis of documents can be listed in the List of equipment. It is impossible to assess all equipment and areas including those which are assumed not to contain Hazardous Materials described above. system and/or area classed as containing Hazardous Material Equipment.doc . the materials listed in Table B should be listed as far as practicable. it must be made clear which equipment and/or area should be included in the scope of the assessment. technical specifications and information from sister and/or similar ships. system and/or area classed as potentially containing Hazardous Material Step5 Preparation of Inventory Part I I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. systems and/or areas of a ship are not accessible for visual check or sampling check. *2 : The assessment should cover all materials listed in Table A of Appendix 1 of the Guideline.1 ANNEX 2 Page 23 APPENDIX 4 FLOW DIAGRAM FOR DEVELOPING PART I OF THE INVENTORY FOR EXISTING SHIPS Step1 Step2 Collection of necessary information Analysis and Definition of scope of assessment *1 *2 *1 : Documents may include any certificates. The prerequisite for this classification is a comprehensible justification of the conclusion. Can you recognize what it contains by document (Confirm by visual analysis? check) YES NO (Confirm by sampling check) Step3 NO Visual check plan Sampling check plan Can you exempt sampling analysis according to a criterion? *3 YES List of equipment.MEPC 59/24/Add. system and/or area is classified as “potentially containing Hazardous Material”. Was visual checking/sampling actually possible? *5 NO Step4 YES Does it contain Hazardous Material? NO Listing not necessary *5 : When equipment.

attention should be paid to variations in different types of ships1).1 Step 1: Collection of necessary information Sighting of available documents A practical first step is to collect detailed documents for the ship. Step 1: Step 2: Step 3: Step 4: Step 5: ___________ Collection of necessary information. Assessment of collected information.1 ANNEX 2 Page 24 APPENDIX 5 EXAMPLE OF THE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR PART I OF THE INVENTORY FOR EXISTING SHIPS 1 Introduction In order to develop Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials for existing ships.MEPC 59/24/Add. documents of the individual ship as well as the knowledge and experience of specialist personnel (experts) is required. The shipowner should try to collate documents normally retained onboard the ship or by the shipping company as well as relevant documents that the shipyard.000 gross tonnage bulk carrier constructed in 1985 is used in this appendix. manufacturers. However. An example of the development process for Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials for existing ships is useful to understand the basic steps as laid out in the Guidelines and to ensure a unified application. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. equipment. Onboard visual/sampling check. machinery. The following documents should be used when available: Ship’s specification General Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Spare Parts and Tools List Piping Arrangement Accommodation Plan Fire Control Plan Fire Protection Plan Insulation Plan (Hull and Machinery) International Anti-Fouling System Certificate Related manuals and drawings Information from other inventories and/or sister or similar ships.doc . 1) The example of a 28. Compilation of Part I of the Inventory of Hazardous Material for existing ships involves the following 6 steps which are described in paragraph 4. or classification society may have. it is necessary to identify as far as possible the modifications from the initial design and specification of the ship.2 and appendix 4 of these Guidelines. and Preparation of Part I of the Inventory and related documentation. Preparation of visual/sampling check plan. materials and coatings Results of previous visual/sampling checks and other analysis If the ship has undergone conversions or major repair work. 2 2.

and/or area on board that is presumed to contain Hazardous Materials.2.2 Indicative list It is impossible to check all equipment.1 ANNEX 2 Page 25 2. Field interviews with the shipyard and suppliers may be necessary to prepare such lists.doc . and/or areas on board the ship to determine the presence or absence of Hazardous Materials. A typical example of an “Indicative list” is shown below: 2. systems. In order to take a practical approach. The total number of parts on board may exceed several thousand.2 Materials listed in Table A Table A lists the following four materials: Asbestos Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Ozone depleting substances Anti-fouling systems containing organotin compounds as a biocide 2.MEPC 59/24/Add. as identified in appendix 1 of these Guidelines. should be listed in Part I of the Inventory for existing ships.2. an “Indicative list” should be prepared that identifies the equipment. 2. “Indicative lists” for asbestos developed on the basis of this research are shown below: Structure and/or equipment Propeller shafting Component Packing with low pressure hydraulic piping flange Packing with casing Clutch Brake lining Synthetic stern tubes Packing with piping flange Lagging material for fuel pipe Lagging material for exhaust pipe Lagging material turbocharger Lagging material for casing Packing with flange of piping and valve for steam line. Appendix 1 of the Guidelines contains all the materials concerned. Table A shows those which are required to be listed and Table B shows those which should be listed as far as practical.2.1 Asbestos Field interviews were conducted with over 200 Japanese shipyards and suppliers regarding the use of asbestos in production.1 Materials to be checked and documented Hazardous Materials. exhaust line and drain line Diesel engine Turbine engine I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. system.2. exhaust line and drain line Lagging material for piping and valve of steam line.

lagging material for piping and flexible joint I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. exhaust line. floor. fuel line and drain line Incinerator Packing for casing door Packing with manhole Packing with hand hole Lagging material for exhaust pipe Auxiliary machinery (pump. floor and wall in Ceiling. condenser). Gland packing crane) Brake lining Heat exchanger Packing with casing Gland packing for valve Lagging material and insulation Valve Gland packing with valve. fuel line and drain line Lagging material for piping and valve of steam line. hot water. Air-conditioning system Sheet packing.1 ANNEX 2 Page 26 Structure and/or equipment Boiler Component Insulation in combustion chamber Packing for casing door Lagging material for exhaust pipe Gasket for manhole Gasket for hand hole Gas shield packing for soot blower and other hole Packing with flange of piping and valve for steam line. ceiling Ceiling. fuel line and drain line Exhaust gas economizer Packing for casing door Packing with manhole Packing with hand hole Gas shield packing for soot blower Packing with flange of piping and valve for steam line.doc . fuel line and drain line Lagging material for piping and valve of steam line. lubricant oil strainer) Electric equipment Insulation material Airborne asbestos Wall. Lagging material and insulation tank. other equipments (fuel strainer. exhaust line. oil purifier. construction and insulation of the fire door Inert gas system Packing for casing. duct Lagging material and insulation Tank (fuel tank. wall accommodation area Fire door Packing. exhaust line. sheet packing with piping flange Gasket with flange of high pressure and/or high temperature Pipe. Packing for casing door and valve compressor. etc. exhaust line.MEPC 59/24/Add.

use and import of PCBs. indicators . Japanese suppliers can provide accurate information concerning their products.2. In Japan. insulating tape Thermometers. The “Indicative list” of PCBs has been developed as shown below: Equipment Transformer Condenser Fuel heater Electric cable Lubricating oil Heat oil Rubber/felt gaskets Rubber hose Plastic foam insulation Thermal insulating materials Voltage regulators Switches/reclosers/bushings Electromagnets Adhesives/tapes Surface contamination of machinery Oil-based paint Caulking Rubber isolation mounts I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 27 Structure and/or equipment Miscellaneous Component Ropes Thermal insulating materials Fire shields/fire proofing Space/duct insulation Electrical cable materials Brake linings Floor tiles/deck underlay Steam/water/vent flange gaskets Adhesives/mastics/fillers Sound damping Moulded plastic products Sealing putty Shaft/valve packing Electrical bulkhead penetration packing Circuit breaker arc chutes Pipe hanger inserts Weld shop protectors/burn covers Fire-fighting blankets/clothing/equipment Concrete ballast 2.MEPC 59/24/Add. with the prohibition of all activities relating to the production. which aims to eliminate or restrict the production and use of persistent organic pollutants.doc Component of equipment Insulating oil Insulating oil Heating medium Covering.2 Polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs) Worldwide restriction of PCBs began on 17 May 2004 as a result of the implementation of the Stockholm Convention. domestic control began in 1973.2. sensors.

1 ANNEX 2 Page 28 Equipment Pipe hangers Light ballasts (component within fluorescent light fixtures) Plasticizers Felt under septum plates on top of hull bottom Component of equipment 2. R12) CFCs Component of equipment Refrigerant for refrigerators Urethane formed material Blowing agent for insulation of LNG carriers Halons Extinguishing agent Other fully halogenated The possibility of usage in CFCs ships is low Carbon tetrachloride The possibility of usage in ships is low 1. R141b) Refrigerant for refrigerating machine HBFC The possibility of usage in ships is low Methyl bromide The possibility of usage in ships is low Period for use of ODS in Japan Until 1996 Until 1996 Until 1996 Until 1994 Until 1996 Until 1996 Until 1996 It is possible to use it until 2020 Until 1996 Until 2005 2. The Indicative list of materials listed in Table B is shown below: I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. HCFC can still be used until 2020. all ships shall either not bear such compounds on their hulls or shall bear a coating that forms a barrier preventing such compounds from leaching into the sea. The above-mentioned dates may have been extended by permission of the Administration bearing in mind that the AFS Convention entered into force on 17 September 2008. and that. because the information will be used to support ship recycling processes.doc .4 Organotin compounds Organotin compounds include Tributyl tins (TBT).3 Materials listed in Table B For existing ships it is not obligatory for materials listed in Table B to be listed in Part I of the Inventory. Ozone depleting substances have been controlled according to the Montreal Protocol and MARPOL Convention.2. However.1. Organotin compounds have been used as anti-fouling paint on ships’ bottoms and the International Convention on the Control of Harmful Anti-Fouling Systems on Ships (AFS Convention) stipulates that all ships shall not apply or re-apply organotin compounds after 1 January 2003.2. they should be listed in the Inventory. after 1 January 2008.1-Trichloroethane The possibility of usage in (Methyl chloroform) ships is low HCFC (R22. Materials CFCs (R11.2. 2. if they can be identified in a practical way.3 Ozone depleting substances The “Indicative list” for Ozone depleting substances is shown below. Triphenyl tins (TPT) and Tributyl tin oxide (TBTO). Although almost all substances have been banned since 1996.MEPC 59/24/Add.2.2.

50 kg Exh. measuring tool. lead ballast. Likewise.1 ANNEX 2 Page 29 Materials Cadmium and cadmium compounds Hexavalent chromium compounds Mercury and mercury compounds Component of equipment Nickel-cadmium battery. the entry “N” should be made in the column to denote “Not contained”. light fittings.2-1 1. a “Y” should be entered in the column for “Result of document analysis” in the checklist. When a determination cannot be made as to the Hazardous Materials content. pressure sensors. the column should be completed with the entry “Unknown”. systems. liquid-level switch. plating film.2-4 1. ceilings and walls may be identified from Fire Protection Plans. lubricating oil Radioactive substances Certain shortchain chlorinated paraffins Fluorescent paint. to denote “Contained”. while the existence of TBT in coatings can be identified from the International Anti-Fouling System Certificate. Example of weight calculation Location/Equipment/ Reference Calculation Component Flat bottom/paint History of coatings Main engine/ Spare parts and tools 250g x 14 sheet = 3. bearing Plating film Fluorescent light. The existence and volume of Hazardous Materials may be judged and calculated from the Spare parts and tools list and the Maker’s drawings.MEPC 59/24/Add. level gauge Non-flammable plastics 3 Step 2: Assessment of collected information Preparation of a checklist is an efficient method for developing the Inventory for existing ships in order to clarify the results of each step.1-2 1. manganese cell. cable insulation. provision plant Maker’s drawings 20kg x 1 cylinder = 20 kg Batteries Maker’s drawings 6 kg x 16 unit = 96 kg Engine-room ceiling Accommodation plan No. mercury lamp. solder (almost all electric appliances contain solder).3-1 Hazardous Materials TBT Asbestos HCFC Lead Asbestos When a component or coating is determined to contain Hazardous Materials. Based on collected information including the “Indicative list” mentioned in Step 1. gyro compass. electrical switches. preservative coatings.2-3 1. and/or area on board should be analysed and assessed for its Hazardous Materials content. all equipment. pipe packing list Ref. The existence of asbestos contained in floors. mercury cell. thermometer.doc . I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. corrosion-resistant primer. generators Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) Non-flammable plastics Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) Non-flammable plastics Polychlorinated naphthalenes Paint. when an item is determined not to contain Hazardous Materials. paints. 1. Coating scheme and the History of Paint. ionic type smoke detector. system. Each listed equipment. fire detectors Lead and lead compounds Lead-acid storage battery. and/or areas onboard assumed to contain Hazardous Materials listed in Tables A and B should be included in the checklist.

boiler Engine room . sealer coat applied to all over submerged a r e a b ef o r e t i n f r e e c o a t i n g .2 1 A Asbestos 2 A Asbestos 3 A Asbestos 4 A HCFC 5 B Lead Lower deck Main engine 3rd de ck Aux.1 ANNEX 2 Page 30 Checklist (Step 2) ANALYSIS No .1 1 2 A A TBT TBT Top side Flat bottom Painting & coating A/F paints 3000m 2 NIL N Unknown On Aug. I nvent ory Pa rt I.25 14 12 1 16 Diesel Co. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.3 Upper deck 1 A Asbestos No tes *1 Ha zardo us *2 Re sult of *3 Pr ocedu re *4 Re sult of Back deck ceilin gs E n g i n e r o o m c e il i n g 20m 2 Unknown ceiling Unknown O-25 Mat erial s: Mat erial class ifica tion doc ument s anal ysis: Y=Con taine d. Unknown lagging Reito Co. PCH M=pot ential ly co ntaini ng Ha zardo us Mat erial . provision plant Nav.deck Batteries E x h . N=Not cont ained. p i p e p a c k i ng Lagging Packing R e f r i g e r a n t ( R 22 ) 0.00 6 Y Unknown PCHM Y Y M-100 M-300 Maker's dwg E-300 I nvent ory Pa rt I. 200X.MEPC 59/24/Add. Denchi Co. P i p i n g / f l a n g e 2nd de ck Ref.doc ./marine P1000 Unknown AF I nvent ory Pa rt I. of check : V=Vi sual check. Total (kg) "SAMPLE SHIP" Result of DOC *2 Procedure Result of of check check *3 *4 Reference/DWG No. PCHM U nknow n. S=Sa mpling chec k che ck: Y =Conta ined. Tbl A/B Hazardous Materials *1 Location Name of equipment AND DEFINITION OF SCOPE OF ASSESSMENT FOR Quan tity Component Unit (kg) No. Manu factur er/br and nam e Paints Co. 20. N=N ot co ntain ed. Br.

and the entry “V” should be made in the “Check procedure” column to denote “Visual check”. a decision should be made as to whether to apply a sampling check. in the following checklist.1 ANNEX 2 Page 31 4 Step 3: Preparation of visual/sampling check plan Each item classified as “Contained” or “Not contained” in Step 2 should be subjected to a visual check on board. I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. in order to carry out a sampling check for “Packing with aux. boiler” the shipowner needs to disassemble the auxiliary boiler in a repair yard. However. therefore.MEPC 59/24/Add. any item categorized as “unknown” may be classed as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” provided comprehensive justification is given. In this case. The costs of this check are significantly higher than the later disposal costs at a Ship Recycling Facility.doc . or if it can be assumed that there will be little or no effect on disassembly as a unit and later ship recycling and disposal operations. the classification as “potentially containing Hazardous Material” is justifiable. For each item categorized as “unknown”. For example.

doc . 20 0X./ mar ine P 100 0 U nkn ow n A F R es ult of D OC *2 P roc ed ure Res ult o f che ck of c hec k *3 *4 R efe re nce /DW G No. U nkn ow n l ag gin g R eit o Co. PC H M= p ot en t ia l ly c o nt a in in g H a za rd o us Ma te r ia l of ch e ck : V =V i su al ch e ck . 00 6 Y U nkn ow n PC HM Y Y V S V V V M-1 00 M-3 00 Mak er 's dw g E-3 00 I nv e nt or y P a rt I . D enc hi Co .p ip e p ac kin g La ggi ng Pa cki ng Re fri ge ran t (R2 2) 0.MEPC 59/24/Add. I nv e nt or y P a rt I . boi le r P ipi ng/ fl ang e R ef. pr ov isi on pl an t B att eri es Ex h. I nv e nt or y P a rt I . To ta l ( kg) M an uf a ct u re r/ B ra n d n a me P ain ts Co .d eck M ain en gi ne A ux. se al er co at app li ed to al l o ve r su bme rg ed are a bef or e t in fr ee co ati ng . S =S a mp l in g c he c k ch e ck : Y =C o nt a in ed . U nkn ow n .3 Up pe r d ec k 1 A As bes to s N ot e s * 1 Ha za r do u s * 2 Re su l t o f * 3 Pr oc e du r e * 4 Re su l t o f B a ck de ck ce i li ng s En gin e roo m cei lin g 20m 2 U nkn ow n c ei lin g U nkn ow n S O-2 5 Ma t er i al s: Ma t er ia l c l as s if ic a ti o n do c um e nt s a na l ys is : Y = Co n ta in e d. 20. N= No t c o nt ai n ed .1 ANNEX 2 Page 32 Checklist (Step 3) A NAL YSI S No . Tbl A/B Haz ar dou s Mat er ial s *1 Loc at ion Na me of Eq uip me nt AN D D EFI NIT ION OF SC OPE OF AS SES SME NT FO R " SAM PLE SH IP" Q u an t it y C omp one nt U nit ( kg) No . P CH M I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. N = No t c on t ai n ed .2 1 A As bes to s 2 A As bes to s 3 A As bes to s 4 A HC FC 5 B Le ad Lo we r d ec k 3 r d de c k E n gi ne ro o m 2 n d de c k Na v. 25 14 12 1 16 D ies el Co . Br .1 1 2 A A TB T TB T To p sid e Fl at bo tt om P ain tin g & c oa tin g A/ F pai nts 30 00m 2 N IL N U nkn ow n V S On Au g.

xx × xx. To prevent any incidents during the visual/sampling check.mm. a schedule should be established to eliminate interference with other ongoing work on board. appropriate personnel safety and containment procedures should be implemented prior to sampling. Example of visual/sampling check plan XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX 28.. 200X Sampling check: dd. An example of such a plan is shown below. Dock XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX. sampling of potential asbestos containing materials could release fibres into the atmosphere. Notes: Workers performing sampling activities shall wear protective equipment. address) Check schedule Site of check In charge of check Check engineer Sampling engineer Sampling method and anti-scattering measure for asbestos Laboratory Chemical analysis method Location of visual/sampling check I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.co. from a lower level to an upper level and from a fore part to an aft part). mm. E-mail.xx m dd. Items listed in the visual/sampling check should be arranged in sequence so that the onboard check is conducted in a structured manner (e.1 ANNEX 2 Page 33 Before any visual/sampling check on board is conducted. YYYY YYYY. ICP Luminous analysis (TBT) Refer to lists for visual/sampling check Name of ship IMO Number Gross Tonnage LxBxD Date of delivery Shipowner Contact point (Tel. QQQQ QQQQ Method by ISO/DIS 22262-1 Bulk materials--Part 1: Sampling and qualitative determination of asbestos in commercial bulk materials and ISO/CD 22262-2 Bulk materials – Part 2: Quantitative determination of asbestos by gravimetric and microscopic methods. For example.net Visual check: dd. safety precautions should be in place on board. directly under bilge keel and flat bottom near amidships. 200X XX shipyard.xx × xx.g. ZZZZ ZZZZ Person with specialized knowledge of sampling Wet the sampling location prior to cutting and allow it to harden after cutting to prevent scatter. Sampling of fragments of paints Paints suspected to contain TBT should be collected and analysed from load line.000 GT xxx. To prevent potential exposure to Hazardous Materials during the visual/sampling check.Fax.MEPC 59/24/Add. a “visual/sampling check plan” should be prepared. mm.1987 XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX Tel: XXXX-XXXX Fax: XXXX-XXXX E-mail: abcdefg@hijk.doc .. Therefore. No.

system and/or area for visual check See attached “Analysis and definition of scope of investigation for sample ship” List of equipment.doc . checking PCHM PCHM Refer to attached “Analysis and definition of scope of investigation for sample ship” and “Location plan of Hazardous Materials for sample ship” This plan is established in accordance with the Guidelines for the development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials Prepared by: XXXX XXXX Tel.1 ANNEX 2 Page 34 Listing for equipment.net Document check date/place dd. 200X I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. system and/or area classed as PCHM Equipment. Ltd. 200X at XX Lines Co. checking Unknown Unknown Unknown Refer to attached “Analysis and definition of scope of investigation for sample ship” and “Location plan of Hazardous Materials for sample ship” List of equipment. Location machinery and/or Name of part Material zone Floor Propeller cap Gasket Asbestos Engine-room Air operated shut-off Gland Asbestos valve packing Result of doc. system and/or area for sampling check Equipment.co. Preparation date of plan dd. mm.MEPC 59/24/Add. mm. Location machinery and/or Name of parts zone Upper Deck Back deck ceilings Engine-room ceiling Engine-room Exhaust gas pipe Insulation Engine-room Pipe/flange Gasket Materials Asbestos Asbestos Asbestos Result of doc.: YYYY-YYYY E-Mail: XXXX@ZZZZ.

I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.doc . systems and/or areas of the ship that cannot be accessed for checks should be classified as “potentially containing Hazardous Material”. In this case.2 Development of location diagram of Hazardous Materials With respect to Part I of the Inventory. Appropriate safety precautions should also be in place for passengers. Check points should be marked in the ship’s plan or recorded with photographs. the development of a location diagram of Hazardous Materials is recommended in order to help the Ship Recycling Facility gain a visual understanding of the Inventory. 6.MEPC 59/24/Add.1 Step 5: Preparation of Part I of the Inventory and related documentation Development of Part I of the Inventory The results of the check and the estimated quantity of Hazardous Materials should be recorded on the checklist.1 ANNEX 2 Page 35 5 Step 4: Onboard visual/sampling check The visual/sampling check should be conducted according to the plan. to minimize the potential exposure to hazardous materials. A person taking samples should be protected by the appropriate safety equipment relevant to the suspected type of hazardous materials encountered. crewmembers and other persons on board. Any equipment. Safety precautions could include the posting of signs or other verbal or written notification for personnel to avoid such areas during sampling. the entry in the “Result of check” column should be “PCHM”. 6 6. The results of visual/sampling checks should be recorded in the checklist. The personnel taking samples should ensure compliance with relevant national regulations. Part I of the Inventory should be developed with reference to the checklist.

0 0 1 6 96 . D en ch i C o. N = No t co n t ai n e d.0 0 U nk no wn AF O n Au g.doc . Br . 2 00 X. s ea le r c oa t a pp li ed t o al l ov er s ub me rg ed a re a be fo re t in f re e c oa ti ng . 19 2 0m 2 3 . 00 6 1 20 . 25 14 12 3 .1 ANNEX 2 Page 36 Checklist (Step 4 and Step 5) AN AL YS IS N o. PC H M U nk n o wn .3 U pp er d ec k 1 A As be st os N o t es *1 H a za r d ou s *2 R e su l t o f *3 P r oc e d ur e *4 R e su l t o f B ac k de c k c e i li n g s En gi ne r oo m ce il in g 0. I n ve n t or y Pa r t I .8 0 U nk no wn ce il in g Un kn ow n S Y O -2 5 Ma t er i a ls : Ma t e ri a l c l as s i fi c a ti o n do c um e n ts a na l y si s : Y = Co n t ai n e d. 2 0. I n ve n t or y Pa r t I . p ro vi si on p la nt Ba tt er ie s Ex h.0 0 Y Un kn ow n P CH M Y Y V S V V V Y N P CH M Y Y M -1 00 M -3 00 M ak er 's d wg E -3 00 I n ve n t or y Pa r t I .d ec k Ma in e ng in e Au x.5 0 D ie se l C o. U nk no wn la gg in g R ei to Co . T ot al ( kg ) NI L 0. /m ar in e P1 00 0 Re su lt of DO C *2 P roc ed ur e R es ul t o f ch ec k of c he ck *3 *4 Re fe re nc e/ DWG N o. PC H M =p o te n t ia l l y c o nt a i ni n g H a za r d ou s Ma t er i a l I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.2 1 A As be st os 2 A As be st os 3 A As be st os 4 A HC FC 5 B Le ad L ow er d ec k 3rd deck E n g in e ro o m 2nd deck N av . 02 30 00m 2 M an u f ac t u re r / br a n d n a me P ai nt s C o. S= S a mp l i ng ch e c k ch e ck : Y= C o nt a i ne d . of ch e c k: V =V i s ua l ch e ck . bo il er Pi pi ng /f la ng e Re f. T bl A /B Ha za rd ou s Ma te ri al s *1 L oc at io n N am e of e qui pm en t A ND D EF IN IT IO N OF S CO PE OF A SS ES SM EN T FO R "S AM PLE S HI P" Qu a nt i t y Co mp on en t Un it (k g) No . N =N o t c o nt a i ne d .MEPC 59/24/Add.1 1 2 A A TB T TB T T op s id e F la t bo tt om Pa in ti ng & c oa ti ng A/ F pa in ts N Un kn ow n V S N Y 60 . pi pe p ac ki ng La gg in g Pa ck in g Re fr ig er an t (R 22 ) 0.

1 ANNEX 2 Page 37 Example of the Inventory for existing ships Inventory of Hazardous Materials for “Sample Ship” Particulars of the “Sample Ship” Distinctive number or letters Port of registry Type of vessel Gross Tonnage IMO number Name of shipbuilder Name of shipowner Date of delivery XXXXNNN Port of World Bulk carrier 28. Ltd yy Maritime SA MM/DD/1988 This inventory was developed in accordance with the Guidelines for the development of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials.000 GT NNNNNNN xx Shipbuilding Co. Attachment: 1: Inventory of Hazardous Materials 2: Assessment of collected information 3: Location diagram of Hazardous Materials * Prepared by XYZ (Name & address)( mm/dd/20XX) I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.doc .MEPC 59/24/Add.

80 kg Remarks Confirmed by sampling I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 38 Inventory of Hazardous Materials : “Sample Ship” Part I HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTAINED IN THE SHIP’S STRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT I-1 Paints and coating systems containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines No.00 96. quantity 3. boiler Piping/flange Ref. quantity 60.50 10.00 20. 1 2 3 Application of paint AF paint Name of paint Unknown paints Location *1 Flat bottom Materials (classification in appendix 1) TBT Approx.00 kg Remarks Confirmed by sampling I-2 Equipment and machinery containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines No. provision plant Batteries Location *1 Lower floor 3rd deck Engine-room 2nd deck Navig. 1 2 3 *1 Each item should be entered in order based on its location. quantity 3.MEPC 59/24/Add.00 kg kg kg kg kg PCHM (potentially containing Hazardous Material) PCHM Remarks I-3 Structure and hull containing materials listed in Table A and Table B of appendix 1 of the Guidelines No. Bridge deck Materials (classification in appendix 1) Asbestos Asbestos Asbestos HCFC Lead Parts where used Exh. pipe packing Unknown packing Packing Refrigerant (R22) Approx.00 50. 1 2 3 4 5 Name of equipment and machinery Main engine Aux. from a lower level to an upper level and from a fore part to an aft part.doc . Name of structural element Back deck ceiling Location *1 Upper deck Materials (classification in appendix 1) Asbestos Parts where used Engine-room ceiling (A class) Approx.

1 ANNEX 2 Page 39 Example of location diagram of Hazardous Materials I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.doc .MEPC 59/24/Add.

material mass Mass Unit If yes.MEPC 59/24/Add.: <Product information> Product name Product number Delivered unit Amount Unit Product information <Materials information> Unit This materials information shows the amount of hazardous materials contained in Present above threshold level Yes / No Asbestos Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Asbestos Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Chlorofluorocaobons (CFCs) Halons Table A (materials listed in appendix 1 of the Convention) Ozone depleting substance Other fully halogenated CFCs Carbon tetrachloride 1.000 mg/kg no threshold level no threshold level 1% Present above threshold level Yes / No If yes. material mass Mass Unit If yes. etc) of the product.1.ID-No. information on where it is used Cadmium and cadmium compounds Hexavalent chromium and hexavalent chromium compounds Table B (materials listed in appendix 2 of the Convention) Lead and lead compounds Mercury and mercury compounds Polybrominated biphenyl (PBBs) Polybrominated dephenyl ethers (PBDEs) Polychloronaphthalenes (Cl >= 3) Radioactive substances Certain shortchain chlorinated paraffins I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. m. m3. <Supplier (respondent) information> Company name Division name <Other information> Remark 1 Remark 2 Remark 3 Address Contact person Telephone number Fax number E-mail address SDoC ID no. kg.1-Trichloroethane Hydrochlorofluorocaobons Hydrobromofluorocaobons Methyl bromide Bromochloromethane Anti-fouling systems containing organotin compounds as a biocide no threshold level no threshold level no threshold level 1 Piece kg m m3 litre Yes No g (unit: piece. information on where it is used 2.500 mg total tin/kg Table Material name Threshold level 100 mg/kg 1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 40 APPENDIX 6 FORM OF MATERIAL DECLARATION <Date of declaration> Date <MD ID number> MD.000 mg/kg 1.doc . m2.000 mg/kg 1. Table Material name Threshold level If yes.000 mg/kg 1.000 mg/kg 1.

doc .MEPC 59/24/Add.: 5) Title: Edition/date of issue 6) Additional information: Signed for and on behalf of: (Place and date of issue) 7) (Name.1 ANNEX 2 Page 41 APPENDIX 7 FORM OF SUPPLIER’S DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity for Material Declaration management 1) Identification number: __________ 2) Issuer’s name: Issuer’s address: 3) Object(s) of the declaration: 4) The object(s) of the declaration described above is in conformity with the following documents: Document No. function) (Signature) I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.

3-Trichloropentafluoropropane Dichlorohexafluoropropane (CFC 216) Monochloroheptafluoropropane (CFC 217) Bromochlorodifluoromethane (Halon 1211) Bromotrifluoromethane (Halon 1301) Dibromotetrafluoroethane (Halon 2402) Carbon tetrachloride (Tetrachloromethane) 1.2.1-Trichloropentafluoropropane 1.1.1.2-tetrachloro-2-fluoroethane (HCFC 121a) 1.1.2-trichloroethane Bromomethane (Methyl bromide) Bromodifluoromethane and isomers (HBFC’s) Dichlorofluoromethane (HCFC 21) Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC 22) Chlorofluoromethane (HCFC 31) Tetrachlorofluoroethane (HCFC 121) 1.Trichloroethane (methyl chloroform) and its isomers except 1.doc .1. it represents examples of chemicals with known CAS numbers and may require periodical updating.1.3-Tetrachlorotetrafluoropropane Trichloropentafluoropropane (CFC 215) 1.1.1.2.MEPC 59/24/Add.1. .2-tetracloro-1-fluoroethane CAS Numbers 1332-21-4 77536-66-4 12172-73-5 77536-67-5 12001-29-5 12001-28-4 77536-68-6 1336-36-3 12767-79-2 11096-82-5 27323-18-8 11097-69-1 75-69-4 75-71-8 75-72-9 354-56-3 76-12-0 354-58-5 76-13-1 76-14-2 76-15-3 422-78-6 135401-87-5 3182-26-1 2354-06-5 134237-31-3 29255-31-0 2268-46-4 1599-41-3 4259-43-2 76-17-5 661-97-2 422-86-6 353-59-3 75-63-8 124-73-2 56-23-5 71-55-6 74-83-9 1511-62-2 75-43-4 75-45-6 593-70-4 134237-32-4 354-11-0 354-14-3 Asbestos Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Ozone depleting substances/isomers (they may contain isomers that are not listed here) I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. Table Table A (materials listed in appendix 1 of the Convention) Material Category Substances Asbestos Actinolite Amosite (Grunerite) Anthophyllite Chrysotile Crocidolite Tremolite Polychlorinated biphenyls Aroclor Chlorodiphenyl (Aroclor 1260) Kanechlor 500 Aroclor 1254 Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC11) Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC12) Chlorotrifluoromethane (CFC 13) Pentachlorofluoroethane (CFC 111) Tetrachlorodifluoroethane (CFC 112) Trichlorotrifluoroethane (CFC 113) 1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 42 APPENDIX 8 EXAMPLES OF TABLE A AND TABLE B MATERIALS OF APPENDIX 1 WITH CAS NUMBERS *This list is developed with reference to Joint Industry Guide No.2 Trichloro-1.2.2 trifluoroethane Dichlorotetrafluoroethane (CFC 114) Monochloropentafluoroethane (CFC 115) Heptachlorofluoropropane (CFC 211) Hexachlorodifluoropropane (CFC 212) Pentachlorotrifluoropropane (CFC 213) Tetrachlorotetrafluoropropane (CFC 214) 1.101.1.1. *This list is not exhaustive.

1.2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123b) 2.1-Dichloro-1. (Ethyne.1-dichloro-2.1.1.1-dichloro-1-fluoroethane (HCFC-141b) 1.MEPC 59/24/Add.2-difluoroethane 1.2.3-Dichloro-1.1.1. it represents examples of chemicals with known CAS numbers and may require periodical updating.1.2-difluoroethane (HCFC142a) Hexachlorofluoropropane (HCFC 221) Pentachlorodifluoropropane (HCFC 222) Tetrachlorotrifluropropane (HCFC 223) Trichlorotetrafluoropropane (HCFC 224) Dichloropentafluoropropane.1. (25167-88-8) 1717-00-6 430-57-9 25497-29-4 75-68-3 25497-29-4 134237-35-7 134237-36-8 134237-37-9 134237-38-0 127564-92-5. fluoro-) (HCFC 225) 2.3.2.2-dichloro-1.3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225da) 1.1-difluoroethane (HCFC142b) 1-chloro-1.1.2.2-trichloroethane 1.doc .3-pentafluoropropane Tetrachlorofluoropropane (HCFC 241) Trichlorodifluoropropane (HCFC 242) CAS Numbers 41834-16-6 354-21-2 34077-87-7 90454-18-5 306-83-2 354-23-4 812-04-4 812-04-4 63938-10-3 2837-89-0 354-25-6 27154-33-2.2.2-dichloro-1-fluoroethane Chlorodifluoroethane (HCFC 142) 1-chloro-1.2.1-difluoroethane Dichlorotrifluoroethane(HCFC 123) Dichloro-1.1.2-Dichloro-1.3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ea) 1.2-tetrafluoroethane 1-chloro-1.3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225aa) 2.2-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ca) 1.1.1 ANNEX 2 Page 43 *This list is developed with reference to Joint Industry Guide No.2-Dichloro-1.101.2-dichloro-1.1-dichloro-1.3-trifluoropropane Dichlorotetrafluoropropane (HCFC 234) Chloropentafluoropropane (HCFC 235) 1-Chloro-1.1.1.2-trifluoroethane 2-chloro-1.3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225cc) 1.3.1.2-trifluoroethane 2.2.3.2.2-trichloro-1.1.3-Dichloro-1.2-dichloro-1.1. Table Material Category Substances Trichlorodifluoroethane (HCFC 122) 1.2.3-Dichloro-1.2-Dichloro-1.3.2.3.3-pentafluoropropane(HCFC 225eb) Chlorohexafluoropropane (HCFC 226) Pentachlorofluoropropane (HCFC 231) Tetrachlorodifluoropropane (HCFC 232) Trichlorotrifluoropropane (HCFC 233) 1.3.1.1-trichloro-2-fluoroethane (HCFC131b) Dichlorodifluoroethane (HCFC 132) 1.2-difluoroethane Chlorotrifluoroethane (HCFC 133) 1-chloro-1.2-dichloro-1.3.2.2. *This list is not exhaustive.1.3.3.3-Dichloro-1.1-trifluroethane 1.1-Trichloro-3.1.3.1-trifluoroethane (HCFC-133a) Dichlorofluoroethane(HCFC 141) 1.3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225cb) 1.3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225bb) 3.2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123a) 1.3.1-Dichloro-1.1.2. (2713-09-9) 128903-21-9 422-48-0 422-44-6 422-56-0 507-55-1 13474-88-9 431-86-7 136013-79-1 111512-56-2 134308-72-8 134190-48-0 134237-39-1 134237-40-4 7125-83-9 127564-83-4 134237-41-5 460-92-4 134190-49-1 134237-42-6 I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.1-dichloro-1.1.1-difluoroethane (HCFC 132b) 1.3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC 225ba) 1.2-tetrafluoroethane (HCFC 124a) Trichlorofluoroethane (HCFC 131) 1-Fluoro-1. (134237-34-6) 359-28-4 811-95-0 25915-78-0 1649-08-7 1842-05-3 471-43-2 431-06-1 1330-45-6 1330-45-6 75-88-7 1717-00-6.1.2.2-dichloro-1.2.2-difluoroethane (HFCF 132c) 1.2-trifluroethane (HCFC-123b) Chlorotetrafluoroethane (HCFC 124) 2-chloro-1.

3-dibromosuccinate Tributyltin acetate Tributyltin laurate Bis(tributyltin) phthalate Copolymer of alkyl acrylate.1-dichloro-1-fluoropropane Chlorodifluoropropane (HCFC 262) 2-chloro-1.101.2.1-trifluoropropane Chlorotetrafluoropropane (HCFC 244) 3-chloro-1.3-trichloro-1-fluoropropane Dichlorodifluoropropane (HCFC 252) Chlorotrifluoropropane (HCFC 253) 3-chloro-1. 4b.1.10.2-trifluoropropane 2.2.1-dichloro-1.2-tetrafluoropropane Trichlorofluoropropane (HCFC 251) 1.3-dichloro-1. 5. it represents examples of chemicals with known CAS numbers and may require periodical updating.3-Dichloro-1. Table Material Category Substances Dichlorotrifluoropropane (HCFC 243) 1.doc .1 ANNEX 2 Page 44 *This list is developed with reference to Joint Industry Guide No.MEPC 59/24/Add.1.3-difluoropropane Chlorofluoropropane (HCFC 271) 2-chloro-2-fluoropropane Bis(tri-n-butyltin) oxide Triphenyltin N.6. tributyl tin oxide) Cadmium/cadmium compounds Chromium VI compounds I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. *This list is not exhaustive.1-trifluoropropane (HCFC 253fb) Dichlorofluoropropane (HCFC 261) 1.4a.4. methyl methacrylate and tributyltin methacrylate(alkyl.N'-dimethyldithiocarbamate Triphenyltin fluoride Triphenyltin acetate Triphenyltin chloride Triphenyltin hydroxide Triphenyltin fatty acid salts (C=9-11) Triphenyltin chloroacetate Tributyltin methacrylate Bis(tributyltin) fumarate Tributyltin fluoride Bis(tributyltin) 2. 4a-dimethyl-1-phenanthlenecarboxylate and its analogs (Tributyltin rosin salt) Table B (Materials listed in appendix 2 of the Convention) Other tributyl tins & triphenyl tins Cadmium Cadmium oxide Cadmium sulfide Cadmium chloride Cadmium sulfate Other cadmium compounds Chromium (VI) oxide Barium chromate Calcium chromate Chromium trioxide CAS Numbers 134237-43-7 7125-99-7 338-75-0 460-69-5 134190-50-4 679-85-6 134190-51-5 818-99-5 134190-52-6 134237-44-8 460-35-5 134237-45-9 7799-56-6 134190-53-7 102738-79-4 134190-54-8 420-44-0 56-35-9 1803-12-9 379-52-2 900-95-8 639-58-7 76-87-9 47672-31-1 7094-94-2 2155-70-6 6454-35-9 1983-10-4 31732-71-5 56-36-0 3090-36-6 4782-29-0 6517-25-5 14275-57-1 1461-22-9 7440-43-9 1306-19-0 1306-23-6 10108-64-2 10124-36-4 1333-82-0 10294-40-3 13765-19-0 1333-82-0 Organotin compounds (tributyl tin.1.2.1-trifluoropropane 3.3. C=8) Tributyltin sulfamate Bis(tributyltin) maleate Tributyltin chloride Mixture of tributyltin cyclopentanecarboxylate and its analogs (Tributyltin naphthenate) Mixture of tributyltin 1.10adecahydro-7isopropyl-1.1. triphenyl tin.1.

IV) oxide Lead (II) sulfide Lead (II) oxide Lead (II) carbonate basic Lead hydroxidcarbonate Lead (II) phosphate Lead (II) chromate Lead (II) titanate Lead sulfate.1’-biphenyl) 67774-32-7 (Firemaster FF1) 36483-60-0 (ether) 63936-56-1 61288-13-9 32536-52-0 (ether) Lead/lead compounds Mercury /mercury compounds Polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) Decabromobiphenyl and its ethers Dibromobiphenyl and its ethers Heptabromobiphenylether Hexabromobiphenyl and its ethers Nonabromobiphenylether Octabromobiphenyl and its ethers I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1.MEPC 59/24/Add.1 ANNEX 2 Page 45 *This list is developed with reference to Joint Industry Guide No.101. *This list is not exhaustive.doc . lead salt Lead sulphate. sulphuric acid. it represents examples of chemicals with known CAS numbers and may require periodical updating. Table Material Category Substances Lead (II) chromate Sodium chromate Sodium dichromate Strontium chromate Potassium dichromate Potassium chromate Zinc chromate Other hexavalent chromium compounds Lead Lead (II) sulfate Lead (II) carbonate Lead hydrocarbonate Lead acetate Lead (II) acetate. tribasic Lead stearate Other lead compounds Mercury Mercuric chloride Mercury (II) chloride Mercuric sulfate Mercuric nitrate Mercuric (II) oxide Mercuric sulfide Other mercury compounds CAS Numbers 7758-97-6 7775-11-3 10588-01-9 7789-06-2 7778-50-9 7789-00-6 13530-65-9 7439-92-1 7446-14-2 598-63-0 1319-46-6 301-04-2 6080-56-4 7446-27-7 12069-00-0 1309-60-0 1314-41-6 1314-87-0 1317-36-8 1319-46-6 1344-36-1 7446-27-7 7758-97-6 12060-00-3 15739-80-7 12202-17-4 1072-35-1 7439-97-6 33631-63-9 7487-94-7 7783-35-9 10045-94-0 21908-53-2 1344-48-5 2052-07-5 (2-Bromobiphenyl) Bromobiphenyl and its ethers 2113-57-7 (3-Bromobiphenyl 92-66-0 (4-Bromobiphenyl) 101-55-3 (ether) 13654-09-6 1163-19-5 (ether) 92-86-4 2050-47-7 (ether) 68928-80-3 59080-40-9 36355-01-8 (hexabromo1. trihydrate Lead phosphate Lead selenide Lead (IV) oxide Lead (II.

Polybrominated biphenyls Tetrabromobiphenyl and its ethers Polychlorinated naphthalenes Tribromobiphenyl ether Polychlorinated naphthalenes Other polychlorinated naphthalenes Uranium Plutonium Radon Americium Thorium Cesium Strontium Other radioactive substances Chlorinated paraffins (C10-13) Other short chain chlorinated paraffins CAS Numbers 32534-81-9 (CAS number used for commercial grades of PeBDPO) 59536-65-1 40088-45-7 40088-47-9 (ether) 49690-94-0 70776-03-3 7440-46-2 7440-24-6 85535-84-8 - Radioactive substances Certain shortchain chlorinated paraffins (with carbon length of 10-13 atoms) *** I:\MEPC\59\24-Add-1. *This list is not exhaustive.MEPC 59/24/Add.101. it represents examples of chemicals with known CAS numbers and may require periodical updating.1 ANNEX 2 Page 46 *This list is developed with reference to Joint Industry Guide No. Table Material Category Substances Pentabromobidphenyl ether (note: commercially available PeBDPO is a complex reaction mixture containing a variety of brominated diphenyloxides.doc .