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An annual evaluate of actions through governmental and non-governmental agencies bearing on treatments for worldwide toxins, including clinical and technical studies containing surveys of pollutants within the maritime surroundings.

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The IOPC Fund was established under the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation of Oil Pollution Damage, 1971 (Fund Convention). This Convention was adopted to supplement the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, 1969 (Civil Liability Convention, CLC). The Fund was set up on 16 October 1978 and became liable for incidents occurring after 13 February 1979. When the Fund Convention entered into force in 1978, the IOPC Fund had 14 Members.

Exporting States are advised on how to ensure proper disposal of wastes at sea, including advance notification of any intended movement of wastes. 12). Hazards Caused by the Deliberate Disposal at Sea of Persistent Plastics and other Persistent Synthetic Material (including Fishing Nets) In accordance with a resolution passed at the previous meeting, LDC submitted its text to a meeting of MEPC which, in turn, decided to place it on the agenda of its 24th meeting in February 1987. It will be recalled that Annex V of MARPOL 73/78 deals with pollution by garbage from ships, including plastics.

Report by HELCOM. 37 5. 1 Safety at Sea Act 1986 This is an Act intending to promote the safety of fishing and other vessels and prescribes the kind of lifesaving equipment that must be on board. The Secretary of State may make regulations to ensure that every seaman employed or engaged on a UKfishingvessel is trained in safety matters. The Act also extends the jurisdiction of the Secretary of State to include the safety and health on foreign ships and vessels while they are within a port in the United Kingdom.

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