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Safety and Marine Environment Protection : Prospects We Face Carien Droppers Deputy General Secretary Paris MOU on Port State Control Overview: Results of the Paris MoU activities and future prospects: Statistics (incl. BWG & RO performance)

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safety and marine environment protection prospects we face

Safety and Marine Environment Protection: Prospects We Face

Carien Droppers

Deputy General Secretary

Paris MOU on Port State Control

Paris MOU on Port State Control

overview
Overview:

Results of the Paris MoU activities and future prospects:

  • Statistics (incl. BWG & RO performance)
  • Introduction of New Inspection Regime (NIR) in 2011
paris mou results 2008
Paris MoU results 2008
  • Total inspections 24615
  • No. deficiencies 83804
  • No. individual ships insp. 15237
  • Number of ships detained 1214
  • Detained 4,93%
    • of which 14.2% RO related detentions
  • No. ships refused access 19
concentrated inspection campaigns
Concentrated Inspection Campaigns
  • 2009: CIC on lifeboat launching appliances (Sep – Nov) Checklist on web site
  • 2010: CIC on tanker damage stability

(oil and chemical tankers, gas carriers)

  • 2011: CIC on structural safety and Load Line Convention

Paris MOU on Port State Control

paris mou nir psc directive 2009 16 ec
Paris MoU NIR– PSC Directive 2009/16/EC

NIRNewInspectionRegime

Directive on PSC

Directive on Ropax

Paris MoU Task Force 31 EMSA Leader

TEG, MAB, PSCC

EP, Council, COM

startup of paris mou nir psc directive 2009 16 ec

2009/16/EC

95/21/EC

2009

2010

2011

2012

Startup of Paris MoU NIR– PSC Directive 2009/16/EC

NIR

MoU 32nd Amendment

  • Detentions on all Ship Types
  • Detentions on Grey List Flags

EC Dir 2009/16

OJ Publication28/05/2009

Enter in force+20 days

Application01/01/2011

3 yrs after enter in force17/06/2012

  • START APPLYING (Considering < 3 yrs)
  • START COLLECTING
  • Banning

Full implementation with no restrictions

  • Company performance
  • RO performance
  • Ships Risk Profile (PI and PII)
  • Regional Commitment
  • MS Fair Share
nir consequences
NIR consequences

Improved targetingRisk based targeting

Less flexibility for MS in selecting ships for inspectionSRP, PI and PII, Overriding Factors, Unexpected Factors

Regional commitments vs national commitmentsFair Share, Postponement

Further refusal of access provisionsBanning, All ship types

Benchmarking of Flags, RO’s and CompaniesInspection Intervals, Company and ROs Performance

Widened scope from ports to ports and anchoragesFull coverage of ships visiting Paris MoU region

nir ship risk profile
NIR: Ship Risk Profile
  • Generic Factors
    • Type of Ship
    • Flag
    • RO
    • Company
  • Historical Factors
    • Deficiencies
    • Detentions

HRS– High Risk Ship

SRS– Standard Risk Ship

LRS– Low Risk Ships

(SRP is recalculated on a daily basis)

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Only possible if no banning of any of the ships in last 36 months

Company performance

Company Performance Formula:

  • Taking into account detention and deficiency history of all ships in the (ISM) company’s fleet
  • Calculated daily over a 36 month period
  • ISM deficiencies 5 points. Others 1 point
  • Refusal of access (banning): above average detention index
  • Performance: high, medium, low, very low

Paris MOU on Port State Control

nir srp inspections intervals
NIR: SRP Inspections Intervals

HRS

5th to 6thmonth

SRS

10th to 12thmonth

LRS

24th to 36thmonth

Inspection Window

nir inspection priority
NIR: Inspection Priority

Priority II

Ship may be inspected

Inspection Window

... MS still may inspect outside the regime!

Timeline for any Ship Risk Profile

If not inspected within Window, ship becomes

Priority I

Ship must be inspected

Priority I

Overriding Factors

But…

Unexpected Factors

Priority II

nir refusal of access banning
NIR: Refusal of Access (Banning)

Detained 3 or more times

Detained 3 or more times

36 months

24 months

12 months

Today

  • Jump detentions
  • Fail to call to agreed repair yard

OR…

multiple banning example for black flag for grey flag is 2 yrs
Multiple Banning (Example for Black Flag, for Grey Flag is 2 yrs)

3yrs

D

D

D

D

D

D

3yrs

Ban

Ban

Ban

Permanent Ban

Ship Banned 1st timeafter 3 detentionsin 3 years

Ship Banned 2nd time after 3 detentions

in 3 years

Ship Banned 3rd time if detained

Permanent Banned if detained

Ban can be lifted after 24 months if:

  • White Flag
  • EU RO
  • HP Company

Or Permanent Ban

Ban can be lifted after 3 months

Ban can be lifted after 12 months

reporting obligations
Reporting Obligations

72H Before ETA if eligible for Expanded Inspection

24H Before ETA for every ship

ATA and ATD within a reasonable time

contact
Contact
  • Secretariat of the Paris MoU on Port State Control

P.O.Box 90653 2509 LR The Hague The Netherlands

  • www.parismou.org
  • secretariat@parismou.org