Regulatory Requirements

The activities as described below, are normally dealt by ALPHA MARINE. Consultants PC.

The todays regulatory framework that refers to the necessity   of a 24H Emergency Responce Services is summarized in the following:

  • MARPOL Annex I, Regulations No. 28 & 37(4)
  • MARPOL Annex II, Regulation No. 17
  • US Coast Guard requirements – OPA 90
  • ISM code, Section 8.
  • Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plant (SOPEP)

A cost effective computerized shore based facility based on a specialized software and approved by underwriters and classifications/administrations (HECSALV v. 7.8.0-1) which is monitored by a selected team of naval architects and emergency response engineers, ensures immediate and professional support on a 24/H basis for stability and hull strength calculation and assessment in case of a vessel major incident (collision, damage or grounding).



Considering that any damage suffered or caused by a ship or to a ship has both technical and legal aspects as also commercial disadvantages, we have blended our knowhow and expertise with that of a leading legal firm which enables us to also offer advise and support in such direction if requested