IMO Conventions, Codes, and Amendments: Mandatory requirements entering into force between 2022 and 2030
Jan 31, 2024
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This publication issued by RINA and updated to December 2023, contains a summary of the mandatory requirements adopted by IMO (e.g., amendments to SOLAS, MARPOL, and other IMO conventions and codes) up to and including those adopted in July 2023 at MEPC 80, entering into force between 2022 and 2030, listed in chronological order with respect to their application date.
Adopted mandatory instruments for which dates of entry into force have yet to be established have also been included.
Reference to the previous editions of this publication should be made for mandatory requirements that entered into force prior to 1 January 2022.
Three different indexes have been inserted to help readers better identify the requirements of interest to them:
1. a chronological index with respect to the application date of the requirements;
2. an alphabetical index with respect to the IMO mandatory instruments; and
3. a ship-type index, for new and existing ships respectively, showing the requirements applicable to each ship type at a given date.
Very comprehensive overview
All stakeholders in the maritime business know very well how important it is to be well and quickly informed about all new IMO documents regarding rules, regulations, and regulatory compliance in this sector.
With its document "IMO Conventions, Codes and Amendments", RINA provides a very comprehensive overview of all the latest documents issued by the International Maritime Organization, one of the most relevant authorities in this field.
RINA is a founding member of IACS (International Association of Classification Societies) and operates on behalf of 122 flag authorities. In addition to the provision of classification and statutory certification, RINA delivers value-added services to the shipping industry and is rated among the top-performing classification societies in the world.
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