Accordingly, the revision includes:

  • Enclosed space entry
  • Human factors
  • Safety Management Systems (SMSs), including complementary tools and processes such as permits to work, risk assessment, Lock-out/Tag-out (LO/TO), Stop Work Authority (SWA) and their linkage to the underlying principles of the International Safety Management (ISM) Code
  • Marine terminal administration and the critical importance of the tanker/terminal interface
  • Alternative and emerging technologies
  • Bunkering operations, including the use of alternative fuels such as Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
  • Cargo inspectors
  • Alignment with OCIMF’s recently revised Mooring Equipment Guidelines
  • Maritime security and linkage to both the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code and industry’s maritime security Best
  • Management Practices (BMP)

In the meantime, Standard Club provides a bunker checklist prior to the arrival which yo can find by clicking herebelow

Bunker checklist pre arrival










The Ship/Shore Safety and Bunkering Operations Checklists have also been completely revised to reflect changes in the understanding of the impact of human factors in their effective use.

In addition, the ISGOTT Checks pre-arrival Ship/Shore Safety Checklist is also available herebelow

ISGOTT 6 ship shore checklists