Inspections are conducted on the basis of requirements laid down by the World Health Organization (WHO) and as incorporated under Dutch Law into the Public Health.
Here for we need to see some documents and certificates. Please have this documents nearby. The certificate will be printed on location. The ship sanition certificate and the communication during inspection will be in english.
The WHO inspection guidelines stipulate that the following areas of the ship must be in order (The term in order is understood to mean no sign of infection or contamination, which includes vermin in any stage of development; animal reservoirs for vermin and pests; microbiological, chemical, radioactive substances or other hazards to human health; and inadequate hygiene measures):
All WHO standards have been included in a Schedule of Requirements. An inspection checklist is provided for the levels required to meet these standards as inspected by the Dienst Gezondheid & Jeugd.
Ship sanitation certificates
There are three types of certificate.
Complete the form to request an inspection. An inspector will make contact as soon as possible, to make an appointment.
Application form Ship Sanitation Certificate (English)
If the form does not work, you can use the application form and send this by e-mail. A request has to be made at least 24 hours in advance.
To apply for a certificate, contact the issuing authority per port in the Netherlands. To find the authorized ports in the Netherlands, go to the website of the Rijksinstituut voor Volksgezondheid en Milieu.