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17.01.18

2017 Annual Review Of Fleet Inspections By PSC

Our fleet had undergone 15 various inspections by PSC during 2017. All 15 inspections completed without deficiencies.

27.09.17

Compliance with EU CO2 MRV Regulations

ABS has completed a monitoring plan assessment for the Transship Bulk Fleet.

Safety & Quality Department

Safety & Quality Department is staffed with qualified, skilled and experienced personnel.

The SQ Department is responsible for:
• monitoring of all safety and pollution preventing aspects of the operation of each vessel;
• ensuring that adequate resources and shore-based support are applied, as required;
• co-ordination of SQMS requirements with the Management involved in order to ensure that all safety aspects are observed;
• reviewing all reports received, of non-conformity, hazardous situations or accidents and for co-ordinating of corrective and preventive actions of these reports and ensuring that they have been effectively implemented ;
• controlling, amending and distributing all documents related to the company’s safety and quality management system;
• supervising the provision and updating of Rules, Regulations, Codes, Guidelines and Publications related to the company’s management system;
• identifying the need for operating procedures, instructions and other documentation related to the company’s Management System;
• responsible for evaluating potential emergency situations, establishing and, where necessary, amending suitable procedures to deal with them, and issuing a schedule of drills to all relevant vessels;
• ensuring that the certification of all company managed vessels is maintained in accordance with the relevant Classification Society, Flag State and Port State Control requirements;
• identifying and co-ordinating training needs for shore-based and shipboard personnel which may be required in support of the management system and verify that such training is provided for all personnel concerned;
• ensuring that the training and familiarisation program at sea is followed;
• identification and assessment of all risks to the Company’s ships, personnel and the environment and establishing appropriate safeguards;
• ensuring that customer’s requirements are determined and met with aim of enhancing customer satisfaction;
• 24/7 availability in case of emergency.