Preparation of Manuals & Booklets

Our Company "Marine Safety Management ltd." provides services of preparation of the following manuals, booklets and calculations for your vessels:
 
1. Manuals in accordance with the requirements of SOLAS Convention (including ISM and ISPS Codes requirements):
 
- MAIN COMPANY SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANUAL...>>>
 
- MAIN SHIP SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANUAL...>>>
 
- SHIPBOARD CHECK-LISTS & FORMS...>>>
 
- SHIPBOARD EMERGENCY PLAN...>>>
 
- RISK ASSESSMENT MANUAL...>>>
 
- SOLAS TRAINING MANUAL...>>>
 
- FIRE SAFETY TRAINING MANUAL...>>>
 
- MAINTENANCE PLANS FOR FIREFIGHTING AND LIFESAVING APPLIANCES ONBOARD...>>>
 
- EMERGENCY TOWING BOOKLET...>>>
 
- SHIPBOARD PLANS AND PROCEDURES FOR RECOVERY OF PERSONS FROM WATER...>>>
 
- SHIP SECURITY ASSESSMENT AND PLAN...>>>
 
 
2. Manuals in accordance with the requirements of MARPOL Convention:
 
- GARBAGE MANAGEMENT PLAN...>>>
 
- SHIPBOARD OIL POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN...>>>
 
- SHIPBOARD MARINE POLLUTION EMERGENCY PLAN (FOR OIL/NLS AND NOXIOUS LIQUID SUBSTANCES) /FOR TANKERS/...>>>
 
- SHIP ENERGY EFFICIENCY MANAGEMENT PLAN...>>>
 
- CALCULATION OF THE DISCHARGE RATE OF UNTREATED SEWAGE...>>>
 
 
Also our construction bureau can carry out for your vessel on case-by-case basis:
 
- CALCULATION OF LOCAL STRENGTH;
 
- CALCULATION OF LONGITUDINAL STRENGTH;
 
- CALCULATION OF GENERAL STRENGTH;
 
- STABILITY CALCULATIONS.
 
Kindly contact us in order to get the information how to order and receive the above mentioned materials and services. We will reply to all your questions.

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