Our Technical ship management services encompass all of the services that maximize the operational efficiency and physical condition of a vessel throughout its working life in compliance with the requirements of industry regulators, ship owners, clients and customers.
We have a dedicated technical department located in Lockport, LA with further backing out of our Houston, TX and Rio de Janeiro Brazil offices. This allows us to provide the maritime service needed to maintain and operate vessels efficiently, including an expert team of Masters, Engineers, Electricians, Naval Architects, purchasing, information technology, safety, quality and environmental protection, insurance, as well as financial and administration personnel.
Some of our Technical Management services include:
During vessel reactivation and commissioning, we provide a technical support staff for all DP & alarm/automation system testing, Auxiliary systems commissioning, and associated DP FMEA trials which includes check, run and repair all the auxiliary and main systems. We not only oversee the project, we also actively restart and operate the vessel and all associated systems.
We schedule technicians and service companies in order to keep the vessel operationally effective all while keeping within budget. Service delivery is underpinned by a rigorous approach to safety, security and environmental protection.
We provide the vessel crew that will be responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the vessel and all on board. They will effectively and efficiently operate the vessel and execute Marine operations, DP maneuvers and USCG & Port State Control inspections and Audits including ISM, ISPS, EMS, CMID, and OCIMF/OVID.
As expert DP and Mission Critical Systems Specialists, we also make certain all associated DP related documentation are current. We attend each and every DP trial and work with the DP FMEA Practitioner to develop a precise testing protocol, not just a check box exercise. We work with the crew to develop and maintain the operational requirements associated with Dynamic Positioning. Some of these include CAM/ASOG/SIMOPS.
OVMSA (Offshore Vessel Management Self-Assessment) is a new module within the OVID database. The OVMSA Document is comprised of a series of Elements, which in turn are composed of one or more KPIs. All KPIs have associated Best Practice Guidance (BPG) in the same way as other OCIMF applications have guidance to assist the author.
Since the OVMSA document requires the use of a suitably qualified independent company to conduct audits of this system at specified intervals. We intend to help operators of offshore vessels to assess, measure and improve their management systems. These systems encompass all activities undertaken by the company, including technical, operational, personnel and HSE, both on-board and ashore.
We help our clients identify the checks and measures needed to verify & validate that the safety management system is working effectively across all areas of the business.
ISO 9001:2015 specifies requirements for a quality management system when an organization:
Quality audit is the process of systematic examination of a quality system carried out by an internal or external quality auditor or an audit team. It is an important part of organization's quality management system and is a key element in the ISO quality system standard, ISO 9001.
We intend to help our clients assess, measure and improve their Quality management systems. These systems encompass all activities undertaken by the company, including technical, operational, personnel and HSE, both onboard and ashore. .
ISO 14001:2015 specifies the requirements for an environmental management system that an organization can use to enhance its environmental performance.
This International Standard is intended for use by an organization seeking to manage its environmental responsibilities in a systematic manner that contributes to the environmental pillar of sustainability.
An Environmental audit is a general term that can reflect various types of evaluations intended to identify environmental compliance and management system implementation gaps, along with related corrective actions.
We intend to help our clients assess, measure and improve their Environmental management systems. These systems encompass all activities undertaken by the company, including technical, operational, personnel and HSE, both onboard and ashore.
The International Safety Management (ISM) Code provides an international standard for the safe management and operation of ships at sea.
The International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code is an amendment to the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention (1974/1988) on minimum security arrangements for ships, ports and government agencies.
The SEMS is a nontraditional, performance-focused tool for integrating and managing offshore operations. The purpose of SEMS is to enhance the safety of operations by reducing the frequency and severity of accidents.