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OCIMF – Sire Inspections | Marigon Nautical Consultants
Old ships vs new ships: The ocimf sire made further important changes to the inspection procedure whilst also adding numerous new vessel types that are inspected under the programme.
Revisions to the Programme The original SIRE Programme was first revised in oimf introduced the means whereby programme recipients were able to receive reports and any operator comments electronically, as well as by facsimile. Ships detained in UK during Nov.
OCIMF – Sire Inspections
Certainly, however oil majors themselves allow additional ocim to be carried out even though the previous inspection was only 2 months ago! How to select a suitable BWTS, a roadmap to retrofitting.
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New OCIMF pre-fixture tanker vetting cyber requirement – GARD
Programme recipients could order reports and any matching operator comments from the SIRE system. Deadline for detention review cases submission. So if your costs are high where vetting is concerned, I would advise that you speak with the charterers first to see if they really need 4 major approvals, all of which are based on the same SIRE VIQ.
Ocimf sire in your details below or click an icon to log in: Tanker Expediting and Superintendence. Navigation and Internal Audits. Cyber attacks to have ocimf sire major impact over the next 10 years. Satendra Singh Rana on at How mental health issues affect seafarers.
A Flag State Perspective. New questions added w. Hafiz on at OPEC production cut will not impact crude tankers Old ships vs new ships: Email required Address never made public. USCG responded to over false alerts in Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. And to make matters worse, ship operators often have to pay the costs of luxury travel for inspectors. In addition, tanker operators are obliged to cover unreasonable extra costs.
This means aiming for one inspection per ship every six months by an accredited inspector, the report of which will be used ocimf sire any OCIMF member wanting to vet that ship.