Information Notices

Information Notices are issued to draw attention to relevant information as it is published.

It is not necessary for copies of these notices to be retained on board vessels.

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Information Notice 2019-002 Lifeboat Release and Recovery / Retrieval Systems & Bunker Delivery Notices and Forms

This Information Notice is to remind ADOMS clients and stakeholders in respect of the regulatory requirements regarding Lifeboat Release and Recovery / Retrieval Systems (LRRS) and Bunker Delivery Notices and Forms (BDN).

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Information Notice 2019-001 MEPC.74 and & new regulatory requirements in 2020

This Information Notice is to draw attention to the outcome of the 74th  Session of the International Maritime Organizations Marine Environment Protection Committee from the 13th to the 17th of May 2019 and related new regulatory requirements from 2020 onward.

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Information Notice 2018-008 Outcome of MEPC.73 & new regulatory requirements in 2019

This Information Notice is to draw attention to the outcome of the 73rd Session of the International Maritime Organizations Marine Environment Protection Committee from the 22nd to the 26th of October and new regulatory requirements from 2019 onward, including amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention (2006).

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Information Notice 2018-007 Required on-board Documentation & (Electronic) Record Keeping

This information notice is to draw attention to ADOMS  practice and policy for Antigua and Barbuda flagged vessels that are using or intend to use any means of record keeping in respect of required documentation

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Information Notice 2018-006 Control and Management of Ship Biofouling

This information notice is to draw to the International Convention on the control of harmful anti-fouling systems on ships, 2001 (AFS Convention) addresses the anti-fouling systems on ships, with its focus on the prevention of adverse impacts from the use of anti-fouling systems and the biocides they may contain, rather than the transfer of invasive aquatic species