Loss Prevention: Port State Control deficiencies identified Q4 2021 ABS

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(www.MaritimeCyprus.com) Port State Control inspections have proven to be an effective tool for eliminating substandard vessels that may be in operation, which may impact maritime safety and the marine environment.

A ship is regarded as substandard if the hull, machinery, equipment or operational safety and the protection of the environment is substantially below the standards required by the relevant conventions or if the crew is not in conformity with the safe manning document.

Evidence that the ship, its equipment, or its crew do not comply substantially with the requirements of the relevant conventions or that the master or crew members are not familiar with essential shipboard procedures relating to the safety of ships or the prevention of pollution may be clear grounds for the PSC inspector to conduct a more detailed inspection. Good ship and crew preparation is always essential, in keeping up to date with all International, National and Port State requirements. Having a checklist goes a long way.

This Report on Port State Control (PSC) provides information to Owners/Managers on deficiencies identified during inspections carried out by the various PSC regimes globally during the 4th Quarter of 2020.

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Source: ABS

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  1. CREW TRAINING IS ESSENTIAL, HOW OWNERS / MANGEMENT CAN BE INVOLVED FOR ECONOMICAL COMPIANCE.
    REPLACING THE CREW IS NOT FEASABLE AT ALL TIMES. THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT THE NEW CREW IS BETTER.
    UNFORTUNATELY HANDS ON TRAINING ASHORE PRIOR JOINING IS EXPENSIVE, BUT VESSELS ARE MORE EXPENSIVE.

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