Surveys / Repairs / Emergency Works

Surveys / Audits / Investigations
 
Staff of Company "Marine Safety Management ltd." consists of qualified surveyors and auditors who carry our their activity on behalf of different Flag Administrations and Classification Societies. Our surveyors and auditors perform following services:
 
  • ship's technical surveys; 
  • interim, initial, annual (for companies), intermediate (for ships), renewal and occasional audits in accordance with requirements of ISM/ISPS Codes;
  • docking, initial, annual, intermediate, renewal classification and statutory surveys;
  • occasional surveys from different classification societies;
  • for insurance companies: all kinds of P&I surveys, professional investigation, analysis and assessment of loss of casualties;
  • preparation of ship before survey of classification society.
Diving Works
 
  • Emergency repair of the underwater part of ship's hull of any degree of complexity and conditions including ice condition.
  • Stopping of hull's leakage.
  • Survey of the underwater part of ship's hull, sea valve, propeller-rudder system.
  • Photo-, video shooting of the underwater part of ship's hull and propeller-rudder system.
  • Cleaning of the underwater part of the ship's hull, sea valves, propeller-rudder system.
 
Review and Recommendations
 
      
 
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Shipping News

RO's MEETING LOW RISK CRITERIA

In accordance with Annex 7, paragraph 14 of the (amended) MoU, an up-to-date list is published of ROs which meet the RO criteria for a low risk ship (High performance + Recognized by one or more Paris MoU Member States).

16 / 12 / 2019

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CALLING FOR COUNTRIES TO RATIFY TREATY ON HAZARDOUS AND NOXIOUS CARGOES

IMO is continuing its work to promote a key compensation treaty covering the transport of hazardous and noxious substances by ship – the HNS Convention.

30 / 09 / 2019

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IMPORTANCE OF POLAR CODE STRESSED AT GREENLAND SUMMIT

Changing climatic conditions are opening up the polar regions to more and more maritime activity.

28 / 08 / 2019

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