Our competent surveyors are available worldwide to perform surveys, inspections and audits to your vessels and/or company in order to assess and monitor their compliance as well as inspect damage caused to both vessels and cargo.
- ISM Code: International Safety Management Code issued by IMO.
- ISPS Code: International Ship and Port Facility Security Code.
- TMSA: Tanker Management and Self-Assessment.
- MLC: Maritime Labour Convention.
- ILO 2001: Guidelines for Occupational Health and Safety Systems.
- Navigation audits
Pre & Post Port State Control Inspections
Insurance, in general, covers damage to the vessels hull, fittings, its machinery and installed equipment as a result of an unforeseen and unexpected event. Where P&I insurance is intended to insure a shipowner’s liability to others, Hull & Machinery insurance is mainly to cover the ship as the Owners’ primary asset. Hull & Machinery and P&I become complimentary in the event of collision liability and damage to fixed and floating objects. Our insurance surveys focus on the structural integrity and safety of your vessels.
Newbuilding management and supervision
Ship surveys and vessel reports
Flag State Inspections/Surveys
Our qualified surveyors and auditors can assist the ship and the flag state towards meeting the Flag state inspection regime objectives.
The aims of FSIs can be summarised in the following:
- Support the quality shipping objectives of a Flag state.
- Enforce high standard of compliance with international and national rules and standards for international shipping.
- Verify the actual condition of ships conform to the certificates they carry. The scope of the verification includes:
- Hull, equipment and manning;
- Safety management; and
- Security systems
- -Ensure that the ship’s crew can effectively:
- Co-ordinate their activities in an emergency situation;
- Perform functions vital to safety; and
- Prevent or mitigate pollution