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The Internal Contingency Plan for Accidental Oil Pollution at Sea

The objective of the Internal Contingency Plan for Accidental Oil Pollution at Sea (PICCMA), is, on the one hand, to establish the basic course of action in the case of an accident resulting in marine pollution, and on the hand, to coordinate managers, technical and operational personnel who play a role in managing an emergency.

In the light of the significant increase in the marine transportation of dangerous substances, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), part of the United National Organisation (UNO) produced a series of publications and regulations, with the aim of providing Governments with instruments and guidelines for managing the associated risks. One of the main publications was “Recommendations of the Safe Transport, Handling and Storage of Dangerous Substances in Port Areas” which is an index of recommendations that should form the basis of regulations to be adopted in ports around the world.

Its main aim is to provide guidelines for coordinated and effective action in an oil spill emergency, which will minimise the damage caused to the surrounding area and return the situation to normal as quickly as possible so that the terminal can continue to operate as usual and the economic loss can be limited as much as possible.