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Maintenance and Inspections Management


In its 12 chapters, this book covers the following topics:

  1. Technical & Marine Depts: Procedures for Planned & Occasional / Emergency Inspections and Maintenance on Annual Basis, Onboard All Managed Vessels.
  2. Legislatory Frames for Inspections of Existing Ships: Class Rules, International Conventions, Audits by 3rd Parties (as Per Applied Management Systems), Plus
    Necessity for Remote Surveys (Due to Pandemic).
  3. Entities / Stakeholders Involved in Inspections & Maintenance on Worldwide Basis: Class, Flag, Charterers, P&i Club, PSC, Oil Majors, Rightship, Etc.
  4. Description and Analysis of All Tasks Duties Responsibilities Authorizations of Assigned Technical & Marine S/es , (Plus Onboard Top 4 Officers) for Planned & Occasional Inspections / Maintenance.
  5. How the Planned Inspections and Maintenance Are Scheduled & Organized, in Relation to Purchase Orders for Spares and Other Consumables, With the Assistance of Procurement Officers ( Full ILS Application)
  6. Daily Works of Technical & Marine Superintendents (S/e): Forms & Checklists to Be Used / Processed and Records to Be Collected From Assigned Vessels, With the Assistance of Technical Administrator.
  7. Onboard Class Inspections (Including CSM Examples) to Issue All Class and Statutory Certificates, Plus R.o. Audits (Relevant to Maintenance) With References to the 4 Different Types of Applicable Maintenance Schemes (Class Approved).
  8. Description & Analysis of Occasional Inspections by PSC Officers (Worldwide, From Various MOUs), or After Damages / Emergencies (by Insurance Companies).
  9. Onboard Inspections and Maintenance With Assistance of Service Engineers Of the Equipment Makers / Vendors, Plus Training of Vessels’ Engineers.
  10. Makers’ Instructions Circulars Bulletins (for Their Installed Equipment), Affecting Inspections / Maintenance, Troubleshooting , Plus Recorded
    Performances (Before / After Repairs).
  11. “Planned Maintenance System” (PMS) and “Condition Based Maintenance ” (CBM), As to Be Applied Onboard (Including Crew Training): Description of Main Contents & Provisions, Plus Class Approvals.
  12. The Significant Role / Use of Chemical Analysis Results (to Prevent Damages Onboard), Affecting Different Working Liquids : Fuels, Luboils, Hydraulics, Tailshaft Luboil, F.w. Cooling for M/e & Boiler Feed Water.