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BS ISO 13073-2:2013 Ships and marine technology. Risk assessment on antifouling systems on ships Marine environmental risk assessment method for antifouling systems on ships using biocidally active substances

BS ISO 13073-2:2013

Ships and marine technology. Risk assessment on antifouling systems on ships Marine environmental risk assessment method for antifouling systems on ships using biocidally active substances

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Standard number:BS ISO 13073-2:2013
Pages:22
Released:2013-06-30
ISBN:978 0 580 73989 7
Status:Standard
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BS ISO 13073-2:2013


This standard BS ISO 13073-2:2013 Ships and marine technology. Risk assessment on antifouling systems on ships is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 13.020.99 Other standards related to environmental protection
  • 47.020.99 Other standards related to shipbuilding and marine structures

This part of ISO 13073 specifies a risk assessment method that protects the marine environment from the potential negative impacts of anti-fouling systems intentionally using biocidally active substances applied to a ship during its service life. This method can also be modified for use in freshwater environments.

This part of ISO 13073 does not provide specific test methods for evaluating the hazards nor recommends usage restrictions for certain anti-fouling systems. It also does not provide an efficacy-evaluation method of the anti-fouling system using a specific substance.

The following uses of anti-fouling systems are also not covered by this part of ISO 13073:

  • use at the application and removal stages, during new building, vessel maintenance and repair or ship recycling;

  • use of systems intended to control harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens in ships’ ballast water and sediments according to the International Convention for The Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments, 2004;

  • use of anti-fouling systems applied to fishing gear, buoys and floats used for the purpose of fishing, and to equipment used in fisheries and aquaculture (nets/cages, etc.); and

  • test patches of anti-fouling systems on ships and small panels for the purposes of research and development of anti-fouling systems.