PALAU - SUPPORT DURING CONCENTRATED INSPECTION CAMPAIGN (CIC)

ALL SHIPS SUBJECT TO PMOU AND TMOU PORT STATE CONTROL’S INSPECTIONS

From 1st September 2019 till 30th November 2019, all PISR vessels may be subject to an additional check by PSC.

This inspection campaign will be held for three months, commencing from the 1st S e p t e m b e r 2019 and ending o n t h e 30th N o v e m b e r 2019. The campaign will target compliance on all vessels, regardless of type, and will examine specific areas related to the campaign in conjunction with the regular Port State Control inspection.

PISR analysis the likelihood of inspection by the authorities which can be determined by a number of factors: the priority of the vessel, or any other overriding or unexpected factors that may trigger PSC attendance such as a previous PSC, FSI and RO reports or traffic in the destination port.

If a vessel is prepared for the inspection but the authorities does not attend, in most cases, PISR will also attend the vessel in the next port in order to ensure the preparedness of the vessel for the upcoming inspection.

In  order for a vessel to benefit from the DPS in the next Paris or Tokyo MOU port there is a dedicated DPS  (Deficiency Prevention System) department within PISR which monitors the position and the destination ports of the vessels flying under Flag of Palau. 

In case when PISR physical attendance is impossible PISR will carry out a free-of-charge Distant Audit on the vessel to provide proper guidance to the master to undergo inspection preparations. PISR’s Technical Head Office  remains at the vessel’s disposal for any after-office hours request for assistance during the inspection.

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