9 - 11 December 2019
Hilton Tower Bridge,
Honest dialogue on Ballast Water Management
Achieving operational efficiency and continued compliance
2 day conference with ship owner case studies on ballast water and brand new workshop on ensuring compliance
What to expect at BWMTech this December
Implementation and Enforcement
Post MEPC74 - hear BWM convention updates directly from the IMO
Overview of NA regulations: USCG & VIDA
How can PSCs measure and enforce compliance consistently?
Compliance and liability
How will you be able to demonstrate your BWMS is operational?
Who will be liable for system failures?
What are the legal/ financial risks of non-compliance?
The commissioning testing debate
What systems and parameters are currently checked during the commissioning process?
How does industry want to see commissioning testing evolve?
Shipowner Case Studies
Getting systems selection right for your fleet
Retrofitting BMWS on the Maersk fleet
New for 2019 - Ensuring continued compliance workshop
Is your BWM system functioning correctly? Would your crew know if it was?
Exploring indicative testing methods - what is compliant?
Led by William Burroughs at ABS
Looking post 2020
What is supply chain capacity ahead of 2021-2023 crunch period
Opening the re-retrofits and replacement market
Assessing global biosecurity and the impact of the BWM convention
CONFIRMED EXPERT SPEAKERS
A/g Assistant Director, Marine & Aquatic Biosecurity Section
Australian Government Department of Agriculture
What Maersk looks for in a BWM systems supplier
Q&A with Hrishikesh Chatterjee
VIP Shipowner places
If you are a shipowner you might qualify for one of our limited VIP places. Your pass will give you access to a closed door, shipowners only, lunchtime briefing with Dr Theofanis Karayannis from the IMO. This is a valuable session giving you the chance to have your questions answered from the world regulator.