CE 1105- Maritime Hazardous Material Inventory
CE 1105 Course Description
What happens to a vessel when it is no longer sea-worthy?
The 2009 Hong Kong Convention for the Safe and Environmentally Sound Recycling of Ships aims to ensure that vessels, upon being recylced at the end of their operational lives, do not present any unnecessary hazards to human health, safety, nor the environment. This course was designed to assist the student in becoming familiar with the requirements of the 2009 Hong Kong Convention. These requirements will become law effective, in 2020, for all vessels over 500GT.
Course Cost: $325
Note: CE courses are not eligible for Federal Financial Aid, Military Tuition Assistance or Learning Partner Discounts.
CEUs Earned Upon Course Completion: 4.0
Course Textbook: NO TEXTBOOK. Everything that students will need to complete the course is built within.
Course Length: This course is a 10 week, self-paced, open enrollment course. Once students complete each assignment in the course with a 70% or higher, they will receive a certificate of completion that will list the 4.0 CEUs earned.
Students can apply for an extension if the course is not completed within the alloted 10 week time frame. If students do not complete all assignments with a 70% or higher within 10 weeks, they will be removed from the course if an extension is not applied for.
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Discuss the 2009 Hong Kong Convention.
- Understand how ship recycling works and hazards associated with the process.
- Identify various ship classes and the world merchant fleet.
- Identify the location of hazardous materials on a vessel.
- Discuss the use of hazardous materials (Asbestos, PCBs, ODS, Halon, PFOS, Organotin, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead, Mercury, PBB, PBDE, etc.)
- Discuss the sampling process utilized during the IHM process.
- Calculate the amount of hazardous materials on a vessel.
- Identify how to package and transport IHM samples.
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