SMT Petrochemical Safety - Ship-Shore Interface and ISGOTT

Detailed training on the Ship-shore interface, including the safety checklists and ISGOTT requirements

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  • The nature of the ship-shore interface
  • The PIC 
  • Interested parties
  • The Ship-shore safety checklist
  • Emergency response and pollution control
  • Incident reporting
  • Non-conformities and reporting


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