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EXPERTISE FOR
SUSTAINABILITY
BUREAU VERITAS IS COMMITTED TO REDUCING THE MARITIME INDUSTRY’S ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT.
A SUITE OF GREEN SERVICES
Bureau Veritas supports you in meeting the safety, technical and regulatory challenges of low carbon or zero carbon fuels, and alternative propulsion. We help clients achieve emissions compliance, meeting EEDI, EEXI and CII requirements. Our other green services support owners to prepare for an evolving regulatory landscape, such as the reduction of underwater and airborne noise.
Contact our expert: martial.claudepierre@bureauveritas.com
marine-offshore.bureauveritas.com
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Burgoynes
consulting scientists and engineers
You are invited to join us for an in-depth discussion on:
Hazardous bulk cargos – loss prevention and expert advice
Tuesday 14 September 2021 | 4:00pm – 5:30pm | Bakers’ Hall, London Phltetpase://rwewgiwst.evreontbthrieteL.cISoW.uk2/1ep/lorntdaloEnv-ienntetbrnriatteiolinakl-shipping-week-2021-tickets-158897062391
Many bulk cargoes are classified as dangerous goods, and provisions for their carriage are set out in the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code. Some cargoes have the propensity to oxidise, giving rise to the risk of self-heating and fire. Others might produce flammable gases which when mixed with atmospheric oxygen generate explosive atmospheres.
Burgoynes has many decades of experience in the marine cargo field. One of our partners, Daniel Jackson, will provide some insights on our work in advising the maritime industry on the management of such cargoes, both during live incidents and in post-incident investigation.
We are delighted to be joined by John Southam, Loss Prevention Executive, North P&I Club, who will focus on the loss prevention work undertaken by the Club.
THE EXPERTS IN FORENSIC INVESTIGATION
www.burgoynes.com
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