Tokyo mou psc manual

Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control in the AsiaPacific Region 4 guided by the standards specified in Section 13 of the Manual. 2. 4 Each Authority will apply those relevant instruments which are in force and are binding upon it. The Tokyo MOU is one of the most active regional port State control (PSC) organizations in the world. The organization consists of 20 member Authorities in in the autumn of 2011 on Structural Safety and Load Lines jointly with the Tokyo MoU and details of this CIC are contained in this report.

During 2011 the Paris MoU Secretariat continued to serve its members very well. The Secretariat arranged The Paris MoU has taken port State control to the next level. With the dedicated help of other Tokyo MoU releases their PSC Annual Report for 2016 Maritime Cyprus admin May 17, 2017 The Port State Control Authorities of AsiaPacific region ( Tokyo MoU ) have released their Annual Report 2016 together with the 3 year performance listings for Recognised Organisations and Flag States.

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Contact form; Contact details. Secretariat; Authorities " Port State Control US Coast Guard Deficiencies Detentions" PORT STATE CONTROL (PSC) IS A SHIP INSPECTION PROGRAM TOKYO MOU AUSTRALIA (AMSA), ASIA COUNTRIES AND PACIFIC ISLANDS The PSC Manual as the internal documentation is exclusively for use of Tokyo MOU Authorities and their PSC officers.

Therefore the PSC Manual would not be provided to individuals or parties outside of the Tokyo MOU. Paris MoU on Port State Control issued an official announcement to remind the launch, along with Tokyo MoU, of a joint threemonth Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on MARPOL Annex VI, starting from 1 September 2018 and ending 30 November 2018.

Port State Control CIC on MARPOL Annex VI from 1 Sept to 30 Nov 2018 Black Sea MoU, Indian Ocean MoU, Paris MoU, Tokyo MoU Port State Control under the Tokyo MOU has resulted in great collaboration and intelligence sharing between the 20 member countries. This information allows New Zealand to be able to alert the other Tokyo MOU members to potential issues that may be coming to their ports. To discharge this function, officers of the Department carry out PSC inspections on ships visiting Hong Kong in accordance with provisions of IMO Resolution A.

1052(27) and Tokyo MOU Port State Control Manual.