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Port State Control. What is it, and why do we do it?. K. Crawford / R. Lough 23 Nov 2012. 1970’s. Air transport becomes global and cheap Foreign crews transported around the world Living conditions questioned. Hague Memorandum.

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Port state control

Port State Control

What is it, and why do we do it?

K. Crawford / R. Lough 23 Nov 2012


1970 s

1970’s

  • Air transport becomes global and cheap

  • Foreign crews transported around the world

  • Living conditions questioned


Hague memorandum

Hague Memorandum

  • Euro countries decide to act on poor labour conditions and health and safety standards on foreign ships

  • 1978, decide in The Hague to inspect and audit foreign ships in accordance with the rules of the ILO


Amoco cadiz 1978

Amoco Cadiz - 1978


Paris mou

Paris MOU

  • 1982 – the Paris MOU is signed

  • Mission: To eliminate the operation of sub-standard ships through a harmonized system of port State control


Imo purpose of psc

IMO – purpose of PSC

  • “Port State Control (PSC) is the inspection of foreign ships in national ports to verify that the condition of the ship and its equipment comply with the requirements of international regulations and that the ship is manned and operated in compliance with these rules.”


Imo conventions

IMO Conventions

  • Have specific Control provisions:

  • SOLAS Chapter I, Regulation 19

  • MARPOL Annex I, Regulation 11

  • MARPOL Annex VI, Regulation 10***

  • STCW Convention, Article X

  • Load Line, Article 21

  • Etc….


Tokyo mou

Tokyo MOU

  • Signed December 1993in Tokyo

  • New Zealand accepted the MOU on 1 April 1994

  • MOU is not a legally binding document

  • Regional – Asia/Pacific


Tokyo mou1

Tokyo MOU

  • Vision - to eliminate substandard shipping in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Mission - to promote the effective implementation, and the universal and uniform application, of relevant IMO/ILO instruments on ships operating in the region.


Tokyo mou countries in black

Tokyo MOU countries (in black)


Tokyo mou benefits

Tokyo MOU - benefits

  • Regional standardisation

  • Joint training and expert missions

  • APCIS (Asia Pacific Computerised Information System)


Tokyo mou relevant instruments

Tokyo MOU relevant instruments

  • Load Lines (and Protocol)

  • SOLAS (and Protocol)

  • MARPOL (and Protocol)

  • STCW (as amended)

  • ColRegs

  • Tonnage (ITC, 1969)

  • ILOConvention 147***

  • Harmful Anti-Fouling Systems (AFS)***


Selection for inspection

Selection for inspection

  • APCIS– ship targeting system

  • OR:

  • Ships reported by another Authority

  • Complaint from Master or crew member

  • “Ships which have been reported by pilots or port authorities as having deficiencies which may prejudice their safe navigation”


The rubber hits the road

The rubber hits the road

  • Port State Control in reality


Tasman pathfinder

Tasman Pathfinder


Tasman pathfinder1

Tasman Pathfinder

  • Intoxicated Master

  • Notified by pilot prior to ship’s departure

  • Vessel prevented from departing (not detained under PSC)

  • Company DPA contacted

  • Replacement Master flown to Tauranga


Aal brisbane

AAL Brisbane


Aal brisbane1

AAL Brisbane

  • Pilot advised MNZ of anomalies with the navigation equipment

  • MNZPSCO on board for inspection

  • Transas reviewed at pilot’s office

  • Confirmed issue with navigation system

  • Vessel detained under PSCO


Aal brisbane2

AAL Brisbane


New laurel

New Laurel


New laurel1

New Laurel

  • Tauranga Pilot advised MNZ of engine failure on approach to A Buoy

  • PSC inspection conducted, problem already identified by company – no detention

  • (Reason – Oiler shut a fuel valve and starved the generators of oil)


Pilot ladders

Pilot ladders

  • General issue with pilot boarding arrangements

  • Refer to new pilot card

  • Need the pilots to inform MNZ so we can do something about it

  • New regulations from 1 July 2012 – IMO Res A.1045(27), SOLASCh V/23


Pilot boarding card

Pilot Boarding Card


Psc statistics in nz 2011

PSC statistics in NZ 2011

  • Individual ships inspected – 406

  • Initial and follow-up inspections – 729

  • (479 initial – 250 follow-up)

  • Inspections with deficiencies – 242

  • Deficiencies – 829

  • Detentions -12

  • No. ships visited - 868


Concentrated inspection campaign

Concentrated Inspection Campaign

  • 2012 – Fire Safety Systems

  • 2013 –Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery

  • 2014 – Rest hours (tbc)


Others

Others


Others1

Others


Others2

Others


Others3

Others


Psc more information

PSC – more information

  • MNZ – www.maritimenz.govt.nz

  • Tokyo MOU – www.tokyo-mou.org

  • Paris MOU – www.parismou.org


Port state control in nz

Port State Control in NZ

K. Crawford / R. Lough

  • DDI04 494 1234MOB027 537 3091

  • [email protected]

FREE0508 22 55 22 TEL04 473 0111

www.maritimenz.govt.nz


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