IMO Exemptions Regulations Assessment

Exemptions and risk assessments

Providing the expertise to assess and validate exemption applications and undertake risk assessments.

Port State Control authorities are responsible for safeguarding their environment and that of affected parties when granting exemptions. Ensuring that exemption applications do ‘not impair or damage the environment, human health, property or resources of adjacent or other states’ is a requirement of the IMO BW Convention.

With globally recognised experts in ballast water and the marine environment, the Centre is your ideal partner to assist with the assessment and validation of exemption applications and to undertake the necessary risk assessments.

What our clients say:

- Alexis Lambourne - Materials engineer - Rolls-Royce

..."We contacted PML Applications for expert assistance in a large international dispute....PML Applications’ support was a strong factor in achieving an outstanding success in the case. I would have no hesitation in turning to PML Applications again for expert assistance."...
- Bruce Gailey - Gailey Law

..."PML Applications, with its unique blend of marine scientists, project management skills and deep understanding of the requirements of the IMO BWT Convention represented the perfect partner to carry out this work. We will continue to work with PML in the future as new projects and challenges arise. "...
- Andrew Marshall - Coldharbour Marine

..."The professional way in which the sampling was conducted, and the detailed reports provided has given us reassurance that the system works as intended, and confidence that it will continue to meet the demanding requirements of cruise itineraries. "...
- Richard Catt - Environmental Manager - Carnival UK

..."I would highly recommend the team for their flexibility, commitment to getting the job done and their ability to deliver on time and to cost"...
- Paul Chesman - Alstom

Get in touch

Tim Fileman, ManagerTim Fileman
Business Development Manager

Tel: +44 (0)1752 633 412