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Port State control (PSC) is an internationally agreed program for the inspection of foreign ships in other national ports. With our extensive program of inspection and survey, PSC is a key element in maintaining a safe international marine transport industry.
Number of foreign ships inspected: 251Number of deficiencies found: 569Number of foreign ships detained: 16
Number of Australian ships inspected: 7Number of deficiencies found: 7Number of Australian ships detained: 1
Safety management system as implimented onboard fails to satisfy the requirements of the ISM Code related to:
The safety management system does not make sure that procedures and instructions for key shipboard operations are effectively implimented in regards to the safety of personnel and the ship and environment. This is evidenced by deficiencies related to;
The safety management system as implimented onboard does not make sure:
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure:
The safety management system as implemented onboard does not make sure that:
the vessel crew and environment is safe
critical shipboard operations are carried out effectively.
This was evidenced from deficiencies noted with navigational safety and LSA.
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