Title Boat Dismantling Insight by Generating Environmental and Safety Training
Project Number 2013-1-ES1-LEO05-67616
Product Guidelines for Marinas and Associations
Title Guidelines for Marinas and Associations
Product Type teaching material
The "Guidelines for marinas and associations" provides key information on the role of marinas, repair&refit companies, associations and boating schools, how they can identify end-of-life RC, steps to follow, etc.
The guidelines will raise awareness among target groups and provide knowledge on what are the steps that should be taken by each of the target groups. These guidelines will also contribute to raise awareness among RC owners about end-of-life matters.
B. Guidelines: A Task 3: A set of guidelines has started to be developed targeted to marinas, associations, repair and refit facilities and boating schools. The guidelines draft index (subject to be modified) includes the following:
A. GENERAL CONTEXT (How to engage RC owners in the RC dismantling processes, End-of-life options for recreational craft (diagram), Information on the Dismantler’s map, relevant agents and stakeholders).
B. MARINAS (role of marinas in relation to end-of-life RC, how to identify potential abandonment/beyond operational life signs in marinas, legal options for Marinas dealing with abandoned/end of life RC).
C. REPAIR & REFIT COMPANIES (role of repair & refit companies in relation to end-of-life RC, how to identify potential abandonment/beyond operational life signs in R&R companies, legal options for R&R companies dealing with abandoned/end of life RC).
D. ASSOCIATIONS (role of regional and national nautical associations in relation to end-of-life RC).
E. BOATING SCHOOLS (role of boating schools and skipper/seaman training centres in relation to end-of-life RC).
Target group RC Owners, Boat DIGEST partners, Boat DIGEST advisory board, Recreational craft associations, local/regional/national governments , NGOs, national agency, European stakeholders, marinas.
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