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Guidelines for the Control of Drug and Alcohol Onboard Ship (Second edition June 2020)


Year: 2020
Language: english
Author: OCIMF
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 40
Description: Oil and gas companies in contract with vessel and terminal operators can refer to this guideline for their drug and alcohol programme requirements. Vessel operators and marine terminal operators can use it to meet the OCIMF guidelines.
This guideline replaces OCIMF’s Guideline for the Control of Drugs and Alcohol Onboard Ship from June 1995. In part, this guideline is contestant with the Oil and Gas Contractor Drug and Alcohol Testing Guidelines (IPIECA, IOGP).
This document provides general guidance. In all cases, legal and other professional advice should be sought on the individual circumstances, including a review of legal authority in the country or jurisdiction where workplace drug and/or alcohol testing may take place. These guidelines do not replace or supersede local/country laws. If these guidelines conflict with local law, the local law requirements should be followed.

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