Intercargo

Ships visit ports in different regions and may be faced with different PSC practices.

To explore new ways to create extra value on PSC guidance, now we try an approach to analyse different PSC MoUs and provide focused update to members. We summarise what the “books” say and invite members to feedback on what the reality is. Through the two way communication with members, we expect fresh information, or extra value, to be provided to members on this well repeated subject, with a closer look at Tokyo MoU, Black Sea MoU, Paris MoU, Abuja MoU ….

Have a closer look at the PSC regimes:

  1. Tokyo MoU
  2. Black Sea MoU
  3. Paris MoU
  4. Abuja MoU (West and Central African Region)
  5. USCG
  6. Indian Ocean MoU
  7. Mediterranean MoU
  8. Comparison of Port State Control Regimes

 

A. Tokyo MoU

  1. CIC in 2018

Tokyo MoU together with Paris MoU will conduct CIC on MARPOL Annex VI during Sep-Nov 2018 (refer to our email IC1883 on 14 May 2018 for details). [Latin American PSC MoU is conducting CIC on auxiliary machinery now – refer to their webpage http://alvm.prefecturanaval.gob.ar/cs/Satellite?c=Noticia_C&cid=1436827604429&pagename=CIALA%2FNoticia_C%2FNoticiaMax for details including the check list.]

  1. Inspection of bulk carriers
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