Monthly PSC Report For July 2012

The following information have been gathered mainly from PSC MoUs sites and may serve only as reference for the inspections being carried out each month by each MoU. The consistency of the information may differ between MoU since there are slight differences on the way each organization presents the inspection info. For more information on the inspections carried out please refer to each organization’s site.

Caribbean MoU

Accurate data on PSC inspections could not be extracted from the MoU’s website. Information regarding inspection conducted can be found here.

Black Sea MoU

  • Total Inspections – 522
  • With Deficiencies – 370
  • Without Deficiencies – 152
  • Detentions – 12

For more information on inspections carried out by the Black Sea MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Mediterranean MoU

  • Total Inspections – 414
  • With Deficiencies – 235
  • Without Deficiencies – 179
  • Detentions – 26

For more information on inspections carried out by the Mediterranean MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Vina del Mar

The organization has not yet released any information regarding 2012. For more information on inspections carried out by Vina del Mar please click here.

Abuja MoU

  • Total Inspections – 17
  • With Deficiencies – 0
  • Without Deficiencies – 0
  • Detentions – 0

For more information on inspections carried out by the Abuja MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Indian Ocean MoU

  • Total Inspections – 610
  • With Deficiencies – 383
  • Without Deficiencies – 227
  • Detentions – 37

For more information on inspections carried out by the Indian Ocean MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Paris MoU

  • Total Inspections – 1563
  • With Deficiencies – 1084
  • Without Deficiencies – 479
  • Detentions – 41

For more information on inspections carried out by the Paris MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Tokyo MoU

  • Total Inspections – 2942
  • With Deficiencies – 2135
  • Without Deficiencies – 807
  • Detentions – 88

For more information on inspections carried out by the Tokyo MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

Riyadh MoU

Accurate data could not be extracted from the organization’s database. For information on inspections carried out by the Riyadh MoU please refer to the organization’s Inspection Database.

NKK Noted Detainable Deficiencies

This month the summary of detainable deficiencies noted in PSC inspection reports of NK-SMC ships presents the following findings:

  1. Development of plans for shipboard operations (3 cases): SMS does not ensure effective management of shipboard operations. The SMS fails to ensure that hours of work/rest are recorded correctly. Master unable to ensure that watchkeepers are sufficiently rested.
  2. Water level indicator (2 cases): The water ingress alarm sensors out of work, Water ingress alarm system not operational.
  3. Fire pumps and its pipes (2 cases): Fire pump discharge pipe broken & Pump not ready for quick using, due to some spare equipment obstructed it. Emergency fire pump/line not able to provide water.
  4. Ventilation (2 cases): E/R vent/fan stbd out of order. E/R vent on bridge deck P-side failed to close.
  5. Charts (2 cases): Xiamen port chart which ship alongside area N/A, BA charts are found cancelled as per NTM. Vessel used these charts while transiting Singapore / Malacca strait in present voyage.
  6. Lifeboats (2 cases): Stbd lifeboat on-load release system is defective, S-side lifeboat failed to start, and took more than 2 hours to rectify.
  7. Sewage treatment plan (2 cases): Sewage bi-furcation valves seized in discharge overboard position, Sewage treatment Plant found not operational.

For more information on this month’s NKK report please click here.

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