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EMSA reveals company list with poor PSC performance

PSC company performance index calculator As of 1 January 2014, the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is publishing the following company performance data on theThetis database:the list of companies whose performance has been very low for a continuous period of 36 monthsthe list of companies whose performance has been low or very low for a continuous period of 36 monthsthe list of companies whose performance has been low for a continuous period of 36 months.This information will be updated daily and is a requirement of the EU Directive on Port State Control. EMSA publishes this information on behalf of the EC.Thetis Database (please click image to enlarge)Company performance is calculated by the Paris and Tokyo MOUs as part of their New Inspection Regimes (NIRs), established in January 2011 and January 2014 respectively.These are risk-based targeting mechanisms which reward quality shipping with a smaller inspection burden and concentrate on high-risk ships, which are subject to more in-depth and frequent inspections.The NIRs use company performance data to identify the risk profile of ships, as well as the Voluntary IMO Member State Audit Scheme and the performance of the flag state and recognised organisation. The past inspection record of the ship as well ...

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USCG Annual Report for 2012

Key statistics for Port State Control in the US The United States Coast Guard (USCG) released its final Port State Control (PSC) report for the year 2012.The Annual Report gives details about the PSC activities within the USA during last year and key statistics related toenforcement of the regulations under the InternationalConvention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), theInternational Convention for the Prevention of Pollution fromShips (MARPOL), and the International Ship & Port FacilitySecurity (ISPS) Code.The USCG Annual Report also provides several detailedstatistics showing detailed performance, e. g. for flags, ROs or different types of ships. With regard to the safety performance of foreign vesselsduring 2012, there are mixed results. There was a uptick in thenumber of safety detentions despite the fact that fewer examinations were conducted6%. As a result, the associated annualdetention ratio rose.USCG Rear Admiral Joseph A. Servidio says"When coupled with the 3% decrease invessel arrivals, I find this result worrisome. Overall, we haveseen the safety-related detention ratio decrease approximately 80% since the calculation of ourfirst detention ratio in 1995. I am concerned that the 2012 detention ratio may be a leadingindicator of the degradation of vessel systems, a result of deferred preventative maintenance andthe financial ...

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