IMMRA Risk Report Report May 2018

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During May 2018 1,777 Oil & Gas vessels were assessed by IMRRA.
100 vessels with 784 deficiencies were identified as vessels with poor PSC Inspection results (equal to five or more deficiencies),
and 16 vessels were detained.

IMRRA’s May 2018 Data Summary

May
Tanker screenings 1,777
Vessels Assessed DWT 94, 573, 785
Above Ave. Risk Rating Vessels 575
Below Risk Rating Vessels 1,202
Average Risk Rating 34%
Minimum Vessel Risk Rating 20%
Maximum Risk Rating 64%
Casualty Incidents (from screenings) 27
Vessels with 5 or more PSC deficiencies 100
Total Deficiencies 784
Detentions Assessed 16

IMRRA identified 575 vessels as operating with a ‘Red’ warning on the traffic light vessel risk scoring system.
The highest recorded vessel risk rating was 64%. 1,202 vessels were ‘Green’ risk rated, the lowest risk IMRRA records against a vessel.

PSC Deficiencies by Type May 2018: Table shows PSC deficiencies by Types.
Most common deficiencies  Apr-18
FIRE SAFETY 106 (14%)
ISM 33 (4%)
POLLUTION PREVENTION 73 (9%)
SAFETY OF NAVIGATION 88 (11%)
STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS 26 (3%)
CERTIFICATE AND DOCUMENTATION 95 (12%)
LSA 78 (10%)
EMERGENCY SYSTEMS 33 (4%)
PROPULSION AND AUXILIARY MACHINERY 42 (5%)
LABOUR CONDITIONS 49 (6%)
LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS 30 (4%)
MLC 16 (2%)
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS 14 (2%)
WATER/WEATHERTIGHT CONDITIONS 52 (7%)
ALARMS 6 (1%)
OTHER 15 (2%)
DANGEROUS GOODS 9 (1%)
CARGO OPERATIONS, INCLUDES EQUIPMENT 19 (2%)
Total Deficiencies 784
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IMRRA’s Vessel Risk Ratings related to Recent Ship Arrests: 
MCA: Captain of Russian Tanker Fined over Safety Failures
Captain of the Russian oil tanker TECOIL POLARIS was fined over GBP 25,700 (USD 34,300) for breaching the International Safety Management (ISM) Code.”…an extremely serious breach of the ISM Code. In this case, the Captain showed complete disregard for the safety of his vessel and crew operating the vessel. The intention was for this vessel to carry 1,665 tons of oil to Finland, which could have had disastrous human and environmental consequences…’The vessel will not be released until the fines and costs have been paid, MCA concluded.
(Source: World Maritime News, 18 June 2018.)IMRRA had previously risk rated this vessel at 47% (Amber) on 30 November 2018.
 

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