About AWP Marine Consultancy

To provide customer satisfaction through safe, efficient and professionally unbiased marine consultancy across the globe.

Our handpicked team, with many trained from new recruits and vetted by an OCIMF accredited auditor. Our interview process follows a strict protocol to ensure we have only the top contractors in the industry. All of our team members have to adhere to a minimum qualification and sea experience standard that has been set based on meetings with our clients and OCIMF members.

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Inspector Bulletin and Company Newsletter

We have introduced a specific inspector Bulletin with the purpose of sharing industry practice, situations inspectors can find themselves in, observations, experience and any inspection related feedback. The purpose for this is for continuous improvement in the Marine industry so that we can all benefit from each other's experience as we move forward.

We welcome your feedback and also any experience you wish to share or add in future editions.

Maritime News

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Posted: Oct 11, 2021

IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 104)

The 104th session of the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee (MSC) was held remotely from 4 to 8 October. The requirements for watertight doors on cargo ships were harmonized, and the Japanese Quasi-Zenith Satellite System was recognized for the provision of position, navigation, and timing services. The MSC also initiated the development of a goal-based instrument for autonomous ships, and the development of guidance for remote surveys and audits.
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021

China Ports – Mandatory reporting and Port State Control

There are reported an increase in Port State Control inspections in China. Many of these inspections are
reporting deficiencies, including deficiencies that result in detentions. The detainable deficiencies are due to existing conditions, primarily relating to main engine failures, defective Fire Safety Equipment, Pollution Prevention, Life Saving Appliances, Emergency Systems and Safety of Navigation.
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Posted: Oct 8, 2021

ECDIS Over-Reliance and Poor Bridge Resource Management (BRM) Lead to a Vessel Grounding

Safety alert issued following a vessel grounding as a result of poor passage planning and sole reliance on the ECDIS.
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