Knowledgeable in statutory, regulatory (e.g. various flag State, Classification Societies), client requirements, manning over-sight, and the overall Marine Safety Management System (MSMS), and Health, Safety, Security and Environmental (HSSE) Management System.
Provide services for various marine operations, such as; load-out, sail-away, sea-fastening, lifting, vessel assurance and marine surveys/inspections of seagoing vessels, tugs and barges. These surveys/inspections may take the form of condition & suitability surveys, marine assurance audits (on/off-hire), project suitability, CMID, safety inspections, or a combination of said surveys/inspections. In addition, provide general marine consultancy, client and company representative for all types of marine operations, such as load-out/load-in operations, as well as transportation.
Received Interim Operating Authorization from flag State Administration in recognition for the development of the Non-Tank Vessel Response Plan (NTVRP) in compliance with Section 701 of Coast Guard and Marine Transportation Act of 2004 (Pub. L. 108-293), Title 33, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 155, Subpart D – Response Plan.
Received International Ship Security Certificate (ISSC) from flag and port State Administration in recognition for the development of the Ship Security Plan (SSP), and Ship Security Assessment (SSA).
Received Document of Compliance (DOC) and Safety Management Certificate (SMC) from International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) in recognition for the development of a Marine Safety Management System, and International Safety Management (ISM) System.  American Bureau of Shipping (ABS), and DNV·GL
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