This course provides a convenient solution and delivers a current, comprehensive knowledge of the overall framework governing marine pollution, including applicable regulations, compliance requirements and related management strategies.
It presents an integrated approach, analysing the many sources of pollution, describing best practices for minimising contamination, responding to accidents and exploring legal ramifications throughout the maritime and offshore sectors.
When: 18 March 2019
Where: via Online Learning
Duration: 12 weeks, part-time
Ideal for: seafarers, shipowners, salvors and managers, Masters, fleet supervisors, port authorities, pollution control officers, compliance officers, NGOs and consultants, insurance, legal and financial professionals, offshore oil and gas company personnel and naval architects
Glynis, Deck Cadet Officer, NCL
Dr Christodoulou-Varotsi is the author of Marine Pollution Control: Legal and Managerial Frameworks (Lloyd’s Practical Shipping Guides series, 2018) and a legal and academic expert with an international educational and professional background specialised in maritime and EU law. She has been a member of the Athens Bar Association (Greece) since 1995 and is currently involved with consulting work, legal education and training (with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and with an international ship classification society). She is also a certified trainer and lecturer in Greece, as well as an accredited mediator.
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