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Chemical Distribution Institute StMartinsHouseBusinessCentre OckhamRoad,SouthEastHorsley SurreyKT246RX

THE STICHTING CHEMICAL DISTRIBUTION INSTITUTE REGISTRYOFTHECHAMBEROFCOMMERCENo.41134185,THENETHERLANDS REGISTEREDINENGLAND&WALESCOMPANYNoFC018383BRANCHNo.BR002806 REGISTERED OFFICE: STMARTINSHOUSEBUSINESSCENTRE, OCKHAMROADSOUTH,EASTHORSLEY,SURREY.KT246RX,U.K.

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Forward

The Chemical Distribution Institute is a chemical industry organization operating on an international basis and managed by the chemical company members. CDI is responsible for the inspection and audit of the global supply chain for bulk and packaged chemicals. CDI is not a trade association; it is nonprofit, non-commercial and free from political influence. AllCDIschemesandprotocolsarefoundedontheprinciplesofResponsibleCare®,allowing membersandparticipantstodemonstratetheircommitmenttotheindustryinitiative. Thisyearbookintroducesthepeople,theactivitiesandtheoptionsforchemicalcompanies andsupplychainparticipants.

Acknowledgements:

Adonai,AGEO-Copape,AkbasogluDenizcilikLtd,Algranel,AncoraInvestmentTrust,AST,AugustaDueSrl,BP,BirlesikShipping,BromarineDeni.SanVeTi,CapitalShip ManagementCorp,ChemicalLogitec,ClipperMarineServicesLtd,ConsultoresdeNavegacion,CowenManagementSA,DevalTransportAS,DongkukMarineCo,Dorval KaiunKK,DragonCrown,ElmiraTankersMgmt,EvalendShippingTankers,FurtransTanker&ShipMgmt,GESeaCo,GoldBridgeShipping,GuangxiWuzhouTongzhou, GulfStoltShipManagement,HalkidonShippingCorp,HanseaticLloyd,JoTankers,KnutsenOASShipping,KounMarineCoLtd,KSSLineLtdKorea,LotusShippingCo. Ltd,MaerskLine,MareMaritimeCoSA,MercanShipping,MRCDenizcilikLtd,MOLTankShipManagementAsia,Neri,OdfjellManagementAS,Oiltanking,OMCIShip ManagementGmbH&Co,Poliport,Q-Shipping,SeatransAS,SeaTank,SenerPetrolDenizcilik,ShoseiKisenCoLtd,SimonStorage,Solventas,StoltTankContainers, SunTechnomarineCo,Taeyoung,Takara,TEPSA,TMShipManagementCoLtd,TrefinTankersLtd,VBGDenizcilikSan,VLKTradersSingapore,Vopak,WahKwongShip Management,WappenReedereiGmbH,WooilMarineCoLtd.,YangtzePetrochemical.

Introduction to the Chemical Distribution Institute

1994, CDI-Marine CDI-M was created by the chemical industry to improve the safety and quality performance of bulk liquid shipping. CDIMnowprovidesannualinspectionreportsontheworldfleet ofchemicalandliquidpetroleumgastankers,over700ship owners with over 4000 ships participate in the scheme.The inspectionsareconductedby88CDI-MAccreditedinspectors located in ports around the world. CDI-M is an information provider to EQUASIS, the European Commission's Quality in ShippingCampaign.ViatheEQUASISwebsite,shipinspection reportsareavailabletothePortStateauthorities. 1997, CDI-Terminals TheCDI-Tschemewasdevelopedin1997andsimilartothe Marine scheme, it's purpose was to improve the safety and qualityperformanceofbulkliquidstorageterminals.73major chemical storage terminal companies are participant in the Terminalsscheme.The35CDI-TAccreditedinspectorscarryout thedetailedmanagementandtechnicalinspectionsofliquid storageterminalsonmostcontinentsoftheworld,withover 140terminalsinspected. 2002, International Marine Packed Cargo Audit Scheme TheIMPCASispotentiallythelargestschemeofit'skindinthe world, with over 200 auditors based in the major container handling ports. Developed to provide audit reports on each categoryofserviceproviderinvolvedinthedistributionsupply chain, the scheme extends to include: Shipping Companies, Ships, Tank Container Operators, Container Freight Stations, FreightForwarders,Agents,andContainerTerminals.

General The CDI Foundation is a non-profit making and non-commercial organization funded by the chemical industry. CDI is responsible for the accreditation of inspectors and auditors to provide inspection and audit reports for use in the risk assessment process. CDI online databases provide facility to create, edit and interpolate the inspection and audit reports on a 24/7 global basis. CDIisaDutchfoundationoperatingfromofficesintheUK;auditedaccountsare filed annually with Companies House. The Foundation conducts it's activities entirelywithinEUcompetitionandUSanti-trustlaw.Thedatabasesaremaintained atsecuresitesinthePortofRotterdam. TheCDIschemesareeachmanagedbyExecutiveBoards,madeupofindividual representatives from the chemical company participants. Reporting to the Executive Boards are the Technical and Accreditation Committees, responsible for the inspection protocols, and the accreditation of inspectors and auditors. Thecommitteesareofsplitrepresentation,theirmembershipbeing50%from chemicalcompaniesand50%fromsupplychaincompanies.Additionally,there aretheQualityAuditCommitteeandtheFinanceCommittee. The permanent staffing of CDI consists of 4 persons; reporting to the General ManagerareaTechnicalManager,anAccountsAdministratorandanAccreditation Administrator. The Board of Directors elected from the chemical company membershipoverseestheoverallactivityoftheFoundation. Addedtothemanagementstructurein2010istheAsiaPacificPanel(APP).The APPholdsthesamestatusasanExecutiveBoardandreportsdirectlytotheBoardof Directors.,themulti-disciplinepanelengageswithregionalindustrystakeholders andpromotesthecontinuedgrowthofCDIthroughouttheFarEast.Themembers meettwiceperyearinarotationofFarEastcities. Thereareover300inspectorsandauditorsaccreditedtoconductCDIinspections and audits around the world. In addition to meeting academic and industry experience criteria, the inspectors and auditors are trained, examined and performancemonitoredinthefield.Trainingandexaminationisundertakenby WarsashMaritimeSouthamptonandtheCentreforMaritimeandIndustrialSafety Technology(C-MIST)atHeriot-WattUniversityEdinburgh.

Accreditation certificates remain the property of CDI and individuals failing to meet the rigorous standardshavetheircertificationrevoked. CDI has close relationships with European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC), American Chemistry Council(ACC),AssociationoftheBrazilianChemicalIndustry(ABIQUIM),AssociationofInternational ChemicalManufacturers(AICM),ChemicalandAlliedIndustries'Association(CAIA),GulfPetrochemical andChemicalAssociation(GPCA),IndianChemicalCouncil(ICC),OilCompaniesInternationalMarine Forum(OCIMF),InternationalLiquidTerminalAssociation(ILTA),BulkLiquidsIndustryAssociationInc. (BLIA)andInternationalContainerHandlingCoordinationAssociation(ICHCA). ACCandCDIarepartytoaMemorandumofAgreementtocooperateonmattersofmutualinterestin promotinghighlevelsofhealth,safety,environmentalandsecurityperformance.Thealliancebetween theU.S.TradeAssociationandGlobalInspection&AuditOrganizationprovidesACCResponsibleCare® PartnercompaniestheoptionofusingtheCDI-TandIMPCASschemestomeettheirResponsibleCare certificationrequirements.Significantly,thecollaborationbetweenACCandCDIextendstheuseof CDI-TandIMPCAS,alreadyglobalsystems,toNorthAmerica.

CDI

20 90CDI CDI CDI CDI69 60 the European Chemical Industry Councilthe American Chemistry CouncilAssociation of the Brazilian Chemical Industry the Association of International Chemical Manufacturers the Chemical and Allied Industries' AssociationGulf Petrochemical and Chemical Associationthe International Liquid Terminal Associationthe Indian Chemical Council International Container Handling Coordination Association CDI 2020032008 817% 200823% CDI Dow Chemical BASFDupontBP ChemicalMethanex ShellExxonMobilEvonikCelanese Huntsman 20041CDI CDICDI 20072010CDI SHE2010121214 CDI CDI CDI CDI SHECDI

SHE SHE CDI2009 25 CDI CDICDI CDI CDI69 CDI CDI ­ 1994 CDI-CDI-MCDI-M 7004000 CDI-M88CDI-M the European Commission's Quality in Shipping Campaign EquasisEquasisCDI-M CDI-1997 CDI CDI-T73 CDI-T35 140 2002 IMPCAS200

CDI · Jiangsu Yangtze Petrochemical · BP Guangzhou Development Oil Product · Eastern Tankstore (Shenzhen) · Vopak Shanghai Logistics · Vopak Terminal Ningbo · Vopak Nanjiang Petrochemical Tianjin · Vopak Terminal Shangdong Lanshan · Eastern Tankstore Shanghai Shipping · Topsafe Petrochemical Logistics and Storage Services · Zhangjiagang Trans-Ocean Enterprise · Lee Chang Yung Chemical Industry Corporation. Kaohsiung Terminal Station. · Union Gas, Zhoushan · Cosco Wallem Ship Mgmt, Qingdao · Dalian Ocean Shipping Co, Dalian · Nanjing Yang Dongyi Tanker Company · Aoxing Ship Management, Shanghai · Guangxi Wuzhou Tongzhou Shipping Transportation · Nanjing Yangyang Chemical Transport & Trading · Norimco Shipping, Shanghai · Shanghai Dingheng · Shanghai Ocean Shipping Co COSCO Shanghai)

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Yang Ming Marine Transport Sinochem Sinopec Shanghai Orient Petrochemical Terminal Chinese Petroleum Corporation Titan Petrochemicals Group Limited Minzhongran Gangfeng Petrifaction Co. Ltd. Unishine Chemical Corp. Nanjing Shenghang Nanjing Yongzheng Nanjing Zhonggang Odfjell Dongshan Shanghai Xuanrun Wuzhou Tongzhou Lee Chang Yung Chemical Ind ­ Corp Ningbo Ningxiang Liquid Chemicals Terminal co., Ltd. Nanjing Dragon Crown Liquid Terminal Co. Ltd. ShenZhen GuangJu Eastern Petrochemical Storage & Transportation Co., Ltd.

Chemical Distribution Institute St Martins House Business Centre Ockham Road, South East Horsley, Surrey KT24 6RX Tel: (44) 1483 281 268 Fax: (44) 1483 285 474 e-mail: [email protected] web site: www.cdi.org.uk

Agility ChemicalPerstorp Oxo AB·DSM Flint Hills Res. LPCentrotrade GPNNorfalcAughinish QVC Sabic Petrochemicals BV ShinEtsu PVC b.vHolborn EuropaErg PetrolGrowHow UK PMI Comercio Int'lYara Switzerland LtdPreen Petroleum ABED & F Qenos Pty LtdBraskemAfroxEQUATECalumet Penreco Greenergy Renewable BioFuelsTasweeqPetronas, Tricon EnergyStyron LLCMethanol Holdings (Trinidad) Ltd

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Overall Policy Statement

The following statement describes the overall objectives and policies of the Stichting Chemical Distribution Institute (CDI). These are approved by the Board of CDI and signed, on their behalf, by the Chairman. All participants, employees and accredited inspectors are expected to adhere to these at all times in the execution of their work for CDI. The combined statement is prominently displayed within the CDI offices and made known to all participants. Vision: Drivenbytheexpertiseoftheworld'sleadingchemicalmanufacturersCDI setsouttobetheglobalsourcefordata,informationandadvicespecificto marinetransportationandstorageofchemicalproducts,whetherthatbein bulkorpackagedform. Quality Objectives · Tomeetcustomers' requirementsforprovidinghighqualitydata,and information and advice on industry best practice and international legislation for marine transportation and storage of chemical products. · Toimprovecontinuouslythewayweoperate. · To measure our performance and provide meaningful statistical evidenceofourprogress. Quality Policies · Tomeetourcustomers'qualitydemandsconsistently. · To manage CDI in a manner meeting the current ISO 9001:2008 Standard. · Toimplementandmaintainawarenessofandparticipationinmeeting thequalityobjectives. · To keep proper records to demonstrate effectiveness of the quality system The Business Objectives · Toconstantlyimprovethesafety,securityandqualityperformanceof marinetransportationandstorageforthechemicalindustry. · Throughcooperationwithindustryandcentersofeducation,drivethe developmentofindustrybestpracticeinmarinetransportationand storageofchemicalproducts. · To provide information and advice on industry best practice and international legislation for marine transportation and storage of chemicalproductstocustomersandstakeholders. · To monitor current and future international legislation and provide experience,knowledgeandadvicefromthechemicalindustrytothe legislators. · To provide chemical companies with cost effective systems for risk assessment,thusassistingtheircommitmenttoResponsibleCareand theCodeofDistributionManagementPractice. · Toprovideasinglesetofreliableandconsistentinspectiondatawhich chemicalcompaniescanusewithconfidence. · Toprovidethechemicalindustrywithanindependentorganization for: i. training,qualificationandaccreditationofinspectors. ii. developmentandmaintenanceofdatabasesonwhichinspection andriskassessmentinformationcanbepromulgated.

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The Business Policies · CDI will promulgate information and advice specific to safe marine transportationandstorageofchemicalproducts. · Through observance and feedback, CDI will monitor legislation respective to chemical transportation and storage. Representing industry, expertise and knowledge accessible through CDI will be providedtothelegislators. · CDI will ensure that reliable and accurate inspection schemes are maintained. Inspection protocols will be constantly updated in line withlegislation,acceptedinternationalstandardsandtechnology. · With user friendliness in mind, CDI will constantly improve the interactive databases for input, extraction and interpolation of data andinformation. · Pendingcompliancewiththeproceduresforaccreditation,asufficient numberofinspectorswillbemaintainedtoprovideaglobalcoverage forship,terminalandsupplychaininspection. · CDIwilloperatewithinthebudgetarylimitssetbytheBoard.Surplus capitalwillbeusedtoreducethechargestoparticipants. · Throughevaluationofexperiencefeedbackandcustomercomment, CDIwillstriveforcontinuousqualityimprovement. · Extend the services of CDI beyond the chemical industry wherever assistance and advice may be requested, thus avoiding foreclosure towardsany3rdparty. Safety, Security, Health and Environment Objectives · To ensure that CDI, it's employees and the inspectors conduct their activities in ways that are safe and secure for personnel, ships, terminals,warehouses,officesandtheenvironment. · To ensure that the office administration function contributes to a pollutionfreeenvironment. Safety, Security, Health and Environment Policies · Through inspection protocols, guidelines, training of personnel and industry presentations, CDI will actively promote Safety, Security, HealthandapollutionfreeEnvironment. · Incarryingouttheactivitiesofinspectionandadministration,CDIwill ensurethatalllegislation,industryguidanceandrecommendations areconsidered. · CDIwillensurethatallinspectorsareprovidedwithphotoidentification documentsandmaintainaccuraterecordstoprovideverificationthat inspectorsarewhotheyclaimtobe. · CDIemployeesandinspectorsareexpected,atalltimes,tocomply withtheseSafety,Security,HealthandEnvironmentPolicies. · CDIemployeesandinspectorsareexpected,atalltimes,tocomply withtheSafety,Security,HealthandEnvironmentPoliciesoftheships, terminals,warehouses,andofficestheyvisit. · CDIwillmonitorsafetyperformancebyrecordingandreviewingall accidentsandincidentsinvolvingemployeesandinspectors. · CDIwillmaintainasafeandsecureplacetoworkandahealthyworking environmentforemployees. · CDIwillprovideinformation,instructionandsupervisiontoensureall employeesandinspectorsavoidhazardslikelytobeencounteredin theirdailyactivities. ·

Personnel Objective · Toacknowledgethatproperlytrainedandqualifiedpersonnelarethe keyelementstothesuccessandqualityoftheCDI. Personnel Policies · CDIwillensurethattherightpeopleareemployedintherightpositions withtherightworkinstructions. · CDIwillensurethatappropriatetrainingisgiventoallemployeesto ensuretheystayup-todatewithchangingproceduresandmodern workingpractice. · Withintheadministrationoffice,CDIwillmaintainappropriatesafety equipment,fireprotection,firstaidandwelfarefacilities. Ethics Policy · Torespectdifferentcultures,religions,traditionsandcustomsandinso doingmaintainthehighestintegrityinitsdealingsandactivities. · To be honest, straight forward and impartial with participants, stakeholders,thirdpartiesandemployees. · To maintain an administrative system which records accurately and honestlyitsactivitiesandfinancialsituation. · Topreventanyformofincentivesbeingpaidtoorbyemployeesand inspectors, either in cash or kind in connection with contractual or otherbusinessrelationshipsthatCDImayhavewiththirdparties. · Toensurethatinformationwhichisrequiredtobekeptconfidentialis respectedbyallemployees. · Todeclareimmediatelyanypotentialorknownconflictofinterestthat mayariseorhasarisen. Competition Law Policy ItisthepolicyoftheStichtingChemicalDistributionInstitute("CDI")thatall ofitsDirectors,Officers,Employees,ParticipantsandRepresentativesshall, incarryingouttheirdutiesandactivities,complywithallthoseantitrust lawswhichareapplicabletoCDI'sactivities.Consistentherewith,theCDI BoardshallemphasisetheimportanceofCompetitionLawcomplianceand shall maintain an Antitrust Compliance program requiring the Antitrust statement be circulated prior to commencement of all Board, Executive Board,CommitteeandWorkGroupmeetings. NobodyshouldassumethatCDI'sinteresteverrequiresotherwise.Moreover, nooneinCDIoronbehalfofCDIhasauthoritytogiveanyorderordirection thatwouldresultinaviolationofthispolicy. Itisrecognisedthatonoccasiontheremaybelegitimatedoubtastothe properinterpretationofthelaw.Insuchcircumstances,itisrequiredthatthe casewillbereferredtoCDI'slegalcounselforanopinion.

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The People

The Board of Directors PhilBrowitt(ChairmanofCDI) Chairman, Agility Chemicals ReneVanLaeken Global Marine Transportation Optimization Manager, ExxonMobil LawrenceCresci Director Global Supply Chain Operations, Dow Chemical TimMay Director of Supply Chain Operations, Europe, Dow Chemical WilliamRobinson General Manager Global Marine, Shell Chemical The CDI-M Executive Board PhilBrowitt Agility Chemicals (Chairman) ReneVanLaeken ExxonMobil LucCassan BASF JamesPrazak Tricon Energy PhilippeHeuchon, Solvay AxelKahl Shell The CDI-T Executive Board TimMay Dow Chemical (Chairman) MartynLyons Simon Storage SachaNahmais TEPSA NiekVerbree Vopak SebastienFerard ExxonMobil PaulLancaster BP Chemicals The IMPCAS Executive Board LawrenceCresci Dow Chemical (Chairman) AxelKahl Shell ChristianPardou ExxonMobil LucCassan BASF ChrisBoland Dupont GaryFraze Dupont­USA The CDI Team MartinWhittle General Manager TerryFrith Technical Manager ElisabethMcAllister Accounting Administrator MandyHoward Accreditation Administrator EgbertHorring(PharoxAutomatiseringB.V.) CDI Program Manager CDI Regional Representatives LeeChayKee Singapore HenkEngelsman Rotterdam SteveMcDonald Houston

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Participant Representatives, 6th January 2011 RolandRajappen African Oxygen Ltd (Afrox) P.R.Browitt Agility Chemical (Chairman) (Founder Company) RDeLeeuw Akzo Nobel Base Chemicals DawnBrubaker Americas Styrenics LLC GerardLanglais Arkema KevinCribbin Aughinish Aluminium LucCassan BASF ThomasVanDeVelde Borealis PaulLancaster BP Chemicals (Founder Company) EltonPassaro Braskem SA RussellBunton Calumet Penreco LLC JonathanR.Stoneley Cargill International SA MattDuren Celanese P.L.Portato Centrotrade AndyBoyce Chevron RalphRohena ConocoPhillips TimMay The Dow Chemical Company (Founder Company) KlaasWouterlood DSM StarleneM.Breece DuPont, USA MarcelaKato ED & F Man WaddahS.Ghanem Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) LLC AliAl-Luqman EQUATE Petroleum Company Hermann-JosefFortmann Evonik Services GmbH ReneVanLaeken ExxonMobil (Founder Company) MichelePugh Flint Hills Resources, LP NikolaiGrigoriev Gazprom Global LNG Limited PatriceDeschamps GPN BarbaraLeadbetter Greenergy Fuels Ltd KimMoody GrowHow UK Limited JehadTaqi Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company RichardFletcher Holborn Europa Raffinerie GMBH AmyArk Huntsman LLC MakotoFujito Idemitsu Tanker Co. Ltd. MartinSchefzick INEOS Germany KatieCollins INEOS NOVA ClareEvans Infineum RussellGregg INVISTA Textiles (UK) Ltd AndrewSmiley Koch Industries Inc StefanoRocca Kuwait Petroleum Italia Spa SergioMenegazzi Lyondellbassell SatoruInchinokawa Marubeni Corporation G.Smith Methanex Corporation /Waterfront Shipping DennisPatrick Methanol Holdings (Trinidad) Limited AdolfoC.Pardo Mexichem Resinas Vinilicas S.A. de C.V. EsaPaivinen Neste Oil Marie-FranceRollin Norfalco EirkJosephsson Nynas T.Hosken Orica Australia Pty Ltd AnnikaFolkesson Perstorp Oxo, AB EduardoRibeiro Petrobras RichardEricGomez Petronas MohammedS.Gadah Petro Rabigh F.M.CordovaEscobedo PMI Comercio Internacional SA de CV RobertOnsander Preem Petroleum AB AbdullaAlMarri Qatar Vinyl Company Limited (QVC) RobynMartin Qenos Pty Ltd CurtA.Hepp Renewable BioFuels ElodieBasset Rhodia MohammedAlZuhair SABIC BenHuman SASOL Group Services Dr.ir.J.G.M.Eggels Shell Chemicals (Founder Company) A.J.vanOudheusden Shin-Etsu PVC b.v. PhilippeHeuchon Solvay SA JacobSeverinEmmerhoff Statoil BobKoaches Styron LLC GeorgeC.Murphy Sunoco PramodNarayan Tasweeq JamesPrazak Tricon Energy FrancoisDetavernier YARA Switzerland Limited

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Associate Members Bayer GARDAS MapTaPhutTankTerminalCo.,Ltd. AllianzGlobalCorporate&Specialty Intertanko International Association of Independent Tanker Owners IPTA International Parcel Tankers Association CEFIC European Chemical Industry Council ABIQUIM Associação Brasileira da Indústria Química BLIA Bulk Liquids Industry Assciation ITCO International Tank Container Organization FIATA Fédération Internationale des Associations de Transitaires et Assimilés CHWMEGInc @tco

CDI Inspectors CDI inspections can only be conducted by CDI Accredited Inspectors.These professional people are independent from supply chain companies and continuouslyachievethemostrigorousstandardsoftraining,examinationandperformanceevaluation.AllinspectorscarrypersonalIDcardsissuedby CDIandarelistedonthepublicwebsiteanddatabasesforverificationofauthenticity.

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The Organization

Finance Committee BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Quality Audit Committee

General Manager

Accreditation Administrator

Accounts Administrator Asia Pacific Panel

Technical Manager

Regional Representatives

Inspectors & Auditors

CDI ­ Marine Executive Board

CDI ­ Terminals Executive Board

IMPCAS Executive Board

Technical and Accreditation Committees

Technical and Accreditation Committee

Technical and Accreditation Committee

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CDI Marine

The Inspection of Chemical and LPG Tankers, and Dry Bulk Carriers

It is onerous on the chemical industry as a whole, to constantly improve and maintain the safety and quality performance of bulk shipping. The members of the CDI Marine scheme demonstrate their commitment to this process. Despitetheexcellentoperatingstandardsinshipping,shipsdohaveincidents andthisisthereasonforthepracticeofshipvetting.Ifthecharteredship sustainsacasualtythenalltheeyesofthemediaandtheauthoritieswill beonthecharterer.Shipvettinginvolvescarryingoutriskassessmenton theshipsofferedforcharterandavoidanceofthedeficientship.Iftheworst doeshappen,forwhateverreason,andtheauthoritiesbecomeinvolved,the chartererwillberequiredtodemonstratetheapplicationofduediligencein selectingtheship.Itisthesuccessfuldemonstrationthateverysteppossible wastakentoensuretheshipmetinternationalregulationsandindustrybest practicethatwillsavethechartererfromliability.Thisisthereasonwhythe 69chemicalcompaniesfinanceCDI. CDIMarineprovidesshipinspectiondatainanelectronicreportformatto members.Theshipisinspectedandthereportisenteredtothedatabase. The ship owner then enters his comments and the report progresses to activestatus.Onceontheactivedatabase,thereportcanbeaccessedbyCDI membersandusedintheirriskassessmentprocess.Thedatabaseawardsa scoretotheshipforstatutory,recommendedanddesiredcompliance.More importantly,thedatabaseprovidesfulltemplatefunctionality,whichallows theusertorunhisowntemplatesofselectedquestions,i.e.theminimum safetycriteriaforcharteringaship.Thedatabasealsoprovidestheverylatest Port State Control records and casualty information on the ship. Several largeusersofCDIhavedirectinterfaceswiththedatabase,automatically downloadingdataimmediatelywhenthenewinspectionreportarrives. Today,thereareover4000chemicalandgasshipsregisteredonthedatabase withover1900inspectionreportsactiveandavailable24hoursperday. Membership Chemicalcompanymemberspayanannualsubscriptionofbetween$2500 and$25,000whichisbasedonthenumberofshipstheycharter:1-25 26-50 51-100 101-200 201-300 Above300 $2500 $5000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000(maximum)

For companies joining the scheme, the subscription fee is pro-rata calculatedfortheremainderoftheyear.Additionally,memberspay$100 perreporttheyaccess. For ship ownersparticipatingintheCDI Marinescheme,thereareno subscription fees to pay CDI, they must however complete the Annex B Agreement, controlling propriety and distribution of the Ship Inspection Report. Terminal company membersofCDI-Tmayhaveaccesstoshipreports to down load Berthing Information Reports (BIR).These concise reports provide all relevant inspection data on aspects of a ship's operation and equipmentnecessaryfortheterminaltoperformvettinganalysisofships visitingtheterminal.Thefeesare: · Joiningfee,inclusiveof50reportsis$2500 · Subsequent year subscriptions are based on the previous year accesses,themaximumbeing$10,000andminimumfeeof$1000

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Non-chemical companies with a legitimate interest in the operation andtechnicalconditionofashipmayapplytobeanon-votingassociate participant of the Foundation. The participation allows the applicant electronicaccesstoShipInspectionReports.Theapplicationissubjectto verificationandpendingconsultationwiththeshipowningassociationsthe ExecutiveBoardmayapproveorrejecttheapplication.Thefeesare: · · Annualsubscriptionis$1000 Costofaccess(perreport)is$100

The time taken for inspection can be greatly reduced by the state of preparednessoftheship.ThelatesteditionoftheSIRshouldbeonboard and,asapplicable,VPQandSIquestionsshouldhavebeencompleted. Aninspectionshallnotnormallybecarriedoutduringthenightwhenthe ship'skeypersonnelmaybeexpectedtotakeaperiodofrest.Theonly exceptiontothisiswhenspecialarrangementshavebeenmadewiththe ShipOwnerandtheMasterpriortotheInspectorboardingtheship. Onarareoccasion,avesselmaybeinspectedwhilenotconductingcargo operations.Inthesecases,thevalidityofthereportislimitedto3months. ForthepurposeofCDI,inspectionoperationsaredefinedas:`'Transferof CargoandTankCleaning''. Thereportisvalidforthirteenmonths,afterwhichitisarchived.Ifatany timewithinthethirteenmonthperiod,thetechnicalmanagementofthe shipistransferred,theshipoperatorhavingagreementwithCDIisrequired toadviseCDIand,subjecttoverificationoftheISMCertification,thereport maybeprematurelyarchived. The full procedures for CDI ship inspection and the Marine Inspection Departmentareavailableonthewebsiteat:www.cdi.org.uk. The CDI-Ship Inspection Reports LiquefiedGasCarrier,6thEdition,RevCDI4/07 ChemicalTanker,6thEdition,RevCDI4/07 DryBulkCarrier,1stEdition,RevCDI4/07 `Harmonized'VesselParticularsQuestionnaire,2ndEdition,RevCDI6/08 The7thEditionShipInspectionReportssupportedbytheallnewISIS-XI databasewillbereleasedon1stJuly2011.

Ship Inspection TheaimoftheShipInspectionReport(SIR)istogiveanaccurateassessment oftheshipatthetimetheinspectioniscarriedout.TheSIRisessentially aqualityassessmentoftheship,itsoperationsandpersonnelwhichalso incorporatesessentialaspectsofsafetyandenvironmentalprotection.The SIRdoesnotattempttopassorfailtheship. Compliancewithstatutory,recommendedanddesirableitemsareidentified within the SIR. Observations to all negative answers are listed in the InspectionSummary.TheInspectormayadditionallyremarkonanyanswer orsectiondeservingfurtherexpansionandonanyconditionsoroccurrences observed during the inspection which were contrary to safe working practices.Inspectorsareencouragedtodocumentpositiveitemsandbest practicesthatarenotedonboard,aswellasitemsthathavebeencorrected priortocompletionoftheinspection. Ship Inspectors are appointed by CDI Marine Inspection Department. Inspection requests must be made via the website facility at: www.cdi.org.uk. ConsecutiveinspectionsofthesameshipwiththesameInspectorarenot permitted where the technical management of the vessel has remained unchanged. This includes occasions when an Inspector has carried out a "pre-inspection" on the vessel prior to the vessel undergoing a CDI inspection. Priortotheinspectiontakingplace,theShipOwnershouldentertheship's VPQ to the database.VPQ data need only be entered once and can be periodicallyupdatedbytheShipOwneratanytime.SIR'sofshipshaving noVPQ, cannot be accepted onto the`'active'' database and will remain inaccessible until such time as theVPQ data is entered. In cases where noVPQdatahasbeenentered,arrangementscanbemadethroughCDI Administrationforentryofthedata.

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CDI Terminals

The Inspection of Bulk Liquid Chemical Storage Terminals

Global chemical companies are supporting Sustainable Development and living with the principles of Responsible Care®. It is an initiative to continuously improve their Health, Safety, Environmental and Security (HSE&S) performances ethically and demonstrate the sound management of chemicals. It also takes into account activities beyond the facility fence line to incorporate the entire value chain. As businesses explore into new dimensions, the need to store chemical productsinthirdpartytankfarmsandterminalsisessential.Thereputation of a chemical company is reliant on the HSE management systems and infrastructureofstoragetanksandterminals.Hence,thechemicalcompanies worldwideneedtoensureHSE&Scommitmentoftheircontractedtankfarms andterminalswhichculminatesinapressingneedtoengageindependent thirdpartyinspectiontomeetthemandatorycompanyminimumsafety requirement. CDI-T is the global independent inspection scheme for bulk liquid chemical storage terminals. The inspection protocols were developed and are maintained by a Technical Committee with representatives from the chemical industry and terminal operators. CDI-T provides a systematic inspection system to provide quality, safety, security, health and environmental performance data on bulk liquid chemical storage terminals.Theinformation,whichisavailableinastandardizedformat,is non­judgmentalandcanbeconsultedbymemberchemicalcompanieson aworldwidebasis. Membership Memberspayasingleannualsubscriptionfeeforunlimitedaccesstothe database.Theannualfeeiscalculatedonthenumberofinspectedsiteswith whichthecompanyholdsstoragecontracts.Forexample:in2011,theunit costis$550,thereforeforacompanystoringat5inspectedsites,theannual feeis$2750. For members of CDI-M and IMPCAS, an initial annual subscription is availablefor$600forthefirstyear. Terminalcompaniespayaoneoffjoiningfeeofbetween$1000and$5000, basedonthecapacityofchemicalstorageavailable.Aterminalwithless than100,000cbmwouldpayasinglejoiningfeeof$1000foralifetime membership.TerminalcompaniesmustcompletetheAnnexBdocument, controllingproprietyanddistributionoftheInspectionReport. Terminal Inspection The aim of theTerminal Inspection Report (TIR) is to give an accurate assessmentoftheterminalatthetimetheinspectioniscarriedout.The TIR is essentially a quality assessment of the terminal, its operations and personnel, which also incorporates essential aspects of safety and environmental protection. The TIR does not attempt to pass or fail the terminal. Thetimetakenforinspection,ismostlyinfluencedbythesizeofthefacility and scope of activity, however it can be greatly reduced by the state of preparednessoftheterminal.ThelatesteditionoftheTIRshouldbeatthe siteand,asapplicable,TPQandSIquestionsshouldhavebeencompleted. Questionsareanswered`'Yes''or`'No'',withprovisionfora`'N/A''answerfor itemswhichclearlydonotapplytotheterminal.A"No"answertoaquestion doesnotnecessarilyimplythattheterminalisnotincompliance.All"No" answersaresupportedwithanobservationexplainingthereasonand/or circumstancethatexists.

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On completion of the inspection, the Inspector will hold a closing meeting with the Manager. At the closing meeting the Inspector will providetheManagerwithacopyoftheReportSummarycontainingthe Inspector's observations and remarks.The Inspector shall not make any recommendations for the correction of any items marked as"No" in the report,norindicatetotheManager,oranyotherperson,thestandardofthe terminalorthepossibleeventualoutcomeoftheinspection. Thereportisvalidforaperiodof3years,afterwhichitisarchived.Ifatany timewithinthe3years,theownershipoftheterminalchanges,thenew managementisrequiredtoprovideawrittenconfirmation,committingthe terminalcompanytocontinuedcompliancewithCDI-T.Theconfirmation willbereportedtotheEB;failuretoprovidesuchconformationcouldresult intheEBprematurelyarchivingthereport(s).

The CDI Terminal Inspection Reports TIR­ManagementQuestionnaire 4thEdition RevCDI-T,1/07 TIR­TechnicalQuestionnaire 4thEdition RevCDI-T,1/07 The5thEditionoftheTerminalInspectionReportQuestionnaires,supported byanextgenerationdatabasewillbereleasedin2011. CDI-T Attestation TheterminalmanagermayrequesttheissueofaCDI-TAttestationdocument. TheseauthenticateddocumentsareissuedbyCDIAdministrationandserve asverificationoftheterminalhavingundertakentheCDI-Tinspection.

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IMPCAS

International Marine Packed Cargo Audit Scheme

Marine accidents and container inspection results show that the main causes and deficiencies appear to stem from the incorrect actions of the cargo originator. Every element of the supply chain is at risk from careless handling and security breaches outside of their immediate control. Both chemical companies and logistics companies need confidence in the supply chain and assurance that the package will be handled and forwarded correctly and securely throughout the distribution process, and also confidence that the package will not create risk whilst in their custody. HSE regimes and ISO registration indicate compliance with the regional HSEschemesandtheQualityStandards,buttheseareoftennon-specificto dangerousgoods.ISOregistrationprovidescertification,butnottheYES/NO answersnecessaryforstatisticalriskanalysis.Comprehensiveriskassessment requiresconsistentauditdata,butconductingauditscallsforconsiderable investmentandoftencreatesanunnecessaryburdenuponthedistribution industry;thesolutionisajointindustryinitiative.Whatisequallyimportant istorecognisethatmarinepackedcargoisaglobalactivity,itistherefore necessarytohaveaglobalstandardthatcanbeappliedonaninternational basis.Byutilisinganindependentreport,thecostsavingissubstantialand theburdenofmultipleauditisavoided.IMPCASprovidesaninternational standardforconsistentdata,againstwhichriskassessmentprocessescan beappliedtotheentiresupplychain;measuringnotonlysafetyandquality performance,butalsocompliancewiththeinternationalregulations. Security is a major issue for the distribution industry. IMO, US Customs, European Commission and others have either developed or are actively developing security regimes for Ports and Ocean Carriers. Whilst x-ray machines and advance declarations may substantially improve security, thequestionhastobeaskedastowhowillmonitorcomplianceinthefar outregionsfromwherethecontaineroriginates?Marinepackedcargoisa globalactivity,itisthereforenecessarytoreachtheverydepthsofthesupply chainwithaninternationalstandardthatcanbeappliedonaglobalbasis. Using an international standard to provide consistent data, a verification processcanbeadoptedbyallpartiesandappliedtotheentiresupplychain. IMPCASprotocolscontaindetailedchaptersonsecurityandthecombined schemeprovidesavaluabletooltoeffectivelymonitorsecurityacrossthe globalsupplychain. Recognizingthatmarinepackedcargoisnotlimitedtothechemicalindustry, theIMPCASschemeisopenforparticipationbynon-chemicalcompanies. Accesstoauditreportswillbeextendedtointernationalauthoritieswith avestedinterestinverifyingcargosecurityandtheauditprotocolscanbe rapidlyamendedtoincludenewelements. Membership Memberspayasinglesubscriptionfeeforaccesstothesixmodulesofthe database.Therearethreecategoriesofmembership: · · · FullVotingmember(Annualfee:$10,000) Non-Votingmember(Annualfee:$5,000) Limitedaccesstoasingledatabasemodule(Annualfee:$2500)

For supply chain companies participating in IMPCAS, there are no subscription fees to pay CDI, they must however complete the Annex B document,controllingproprietyanddistributionoftheAuditReport. IMPCAS Registered Ship Auditors Shipping lines may simultaneously undertake the ship audit with their statutorysurveys.MostClassificationSocietieshavesurveyorswhomeet thequalificationandexperiencecriteriaofCDIandareregisteredwithCDIto conducttheIMPCASaudits.

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For Tank Container Operators and Shipping Lines IncooperationwiththeInternationalTankContainerOrganisation,the3rd Edition of theTank Container Operator Audit Questionnaire was released on20thDecember2010.Section6.2ofthenewquestionnairehasbeen enhanced to provide verification of an operator's compliance with CSC examinationandtestingrequirements.Shippinglinesactivelyparticipating in IMPCAS can access the Compliancy Dashboard of a tank container operatoratwww.impcas.org.Viathedashboard,shippinglinescancheck CSCcomplianceandestablishifanoperatorisengagedinanexamination schemeorprogram. The development also allows a tank container operator to upload CSC certificatestotheIMPCASdatabaseandfacilityforshippinglinestoview thesedocumentsonthedashboard. Shipping lines can enter the dashboard by entering their Username and Password. Tank container operators can upload certificates and control accesstothereportsbyenteringtheirreportnumberandsecuritycode. The Audit Report TheaimoftheAuditReportistogiveanaccurateassessmentoftheship/ siteatthetimetheauditiscarriedout.Thereportisessentiallyaquality assessment of the ship/site, its operations and personnel, which also incorporatesessentialaspectsofsafetyandenvironmentalprotection.The reportdoesnotattempttopassorfailtheship/site. Questionsaretobeanswered`'Yes''or`'No'',withprovisionfora`'N/A''answer foritemswhichclearlydonotapplytotheship/site.A"No"answertoa questiondoesnotnecessarilyimplythattheship/siteisnotincompliance. All"No"answersaresupportedwithanobservationexplainingthereason and/orcircumstancethatexists. Oncompletionoftheaudit,theauditorshallholdaclosingmeetingwith theCaptain/Manager(orhisrepresentative).Theauditorwillprovidethe Captain/ManagerwithacopyoftheReportSummary.

TheManagerwillberequestedtosigntheReportSummary.Theauditorshall neithermakeanyrecommendationsforthecorrectionofanydeficiencies norcommentontheconditionoftheship/siteorthestandardofoperation. Thereportisvalidforaperiodof3years(30monthsforContainerLinesand Ships),afterwhichitisarchived.Ifatanytimewithinthevalidityperiod,the TechnicalManagementoftheshiportheownershipofthesitechange,the reportwillarchive. The IMPCAS Audit Reports ShippingCompanyAuditReport Second Edition ShipAuditReport Second Edition TankContainersAuditReport Third Edition ContainerFreightStationAuditReport First Edition-RCMS FreightForwarderAuditReport First Edition-RCMS ShipAgentAuditReport First Edition

Rev MPC 2/2009 Rev MPC 2/2009 Rev MPC 11/2010, RCMS Rev MPC 1/2006, RCMS Rev MPC 1/2006, RCMS Rev MPC 4/2004

TheSecondEditionoftheFreightStation,FreightForwarderandShipAgent auditreportquestionnaireswillbereleasedin2011. IMPCAS Attestation IMPCASAttestationdocumentsareissuedautomaticallytoallships/siteson entryoftheauditreporttothedatabase.Theseauthenticateddocuments areissuedbyCDIAdministrationandserveasverificationoftheship/site havingundertakentheIMPCASaudit.

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The Services of CDI

In achieving the vision of being the global source for data, information and advice specific to marine transportation and storage of chemical products, CDI offers accompanying services to all participants. World Fleet Average Performance ThroughthepowerfulISISdatabase,CDIproducestheWorldFleetAverage PerformancefiguresforCDI-Minspections.Thisallowsshipownerstobench marktheperformanceoftheirshipsagainsttheworldfleetaverage.Viathe websitefacility,tankerownerscanaccessthe`'ShipPerformanceCalculator'' tobenchmarkperformanceforeachsectionandinspectioncategoryofthe ShipInspectionReport.For2011,theresultscannowbeprintedandsaved. Casualty data and statistics Casualty data is retained for all chemical and lpg tankers, and container ships.Thisdataisavailabletomembersonaccessingtheshipinspection and audit reports. Annual statistics are produced for the world fleets, asillustratedbelow.Moredetailedandspecificanalysiscanbeprovidedon requesttoCDIAdministration. Transport and Storage Consultants CDI Inspectors and Auditors are professional people, independent from supply chain companies, who achieve the most rigorous of training, examinationandperformanceevaluation.Manyoftheseofferconsultancy servicesonawiderangeofsupplychainactivities.Detailscanbesearched onthewebsitetab:`'ConsultantServices''.

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Tank Death/Incident Contact Explosion Pollution Collision Grounding Engine Failure Propellor/Rudder Power Failure Other Fire

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Arrested Contact Heavy Weather LC Propellor & Rudder Damage Engine Failure Fire & Explosion Water Ingress & Sinking Grounding & Stranding Power & Mech. Failure Pollution Collision Other

2010 Chemical & Lpg Ship Casualties

2010 Container Ship Casualties

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The Services of CDI (continued)

Training CDIandIMPCASaccreditationtrainingcoursesareopentoallcandidates. ThecoursesconductedbyWarsashMaritimeSouthamptonandtheCentre forMaritimeandIndustrialSafetyTechnology(C-MIST)offeruniquehigh level training in dangerous goods operations and inspection techniques. ForparticipantsofCDI,bothWarsashandC-MISTwillconstructanddeliver specificcoursestomeetthecustomers'requirements. Onrequest,CDIwillprovideshortspecifictrainingontheCDIschemesand deliverpresentationstoseminarsandcompanyeventsforallparticipants. Onlychargesfortravelandaccommodationwillbemade. Databases provided by Pharox Automatisering B. V. Pharoxisamarketleaderinweb-baseddatabasesystemsforaccreditation, inspection,audit,assessmentandcertificationprocesses. Pharox has extensive experience in supporting companies, nongovernmental organizations and governmental organizations with their assurance processes. Assurance covers all processes that organizations executetoensureHealth&Safety,QualityandIntegrityfortheircompany/ organization,industry,societyorenvironment. Typicallytheseprocessesincludeaccreditation,inspection,audit, assessmentandcertification.Theseprocessescometogetherinextensive databasesthathavetocommunicatewiththedifferentstakeholders. Securityofdataandaccessmanagementisacriticalelementtoprotectthe sensitivityoftheinformation. Pharoxprovidesend-to-enddatabaseapplicationsandservicesthatenable thedescribedprocesses.Theserviceincludes: ·Consulting ·Databasearchitecture ·Databasedevelopment ·Communication(e-mail,sms,VPN,internetetc.) ·Clientsoftwaredevelopment ·Hostingservices ·Helpdeskservices ·BespokeITsollutions

www.pharox.nl

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