Ship Vetting System
Ship Vetting System is a computerized web-based risk management system that specialized in ship vetting/inspection process workflow. Ship Vetting System facilitates the data inputs from surveyors’ observations, and provides the tracking and reporting capabilities to promote quick analysis for the evaluation panels to assess and classify the ship conditions. Based on the OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum) and CIMMV (Charterer Instruction Master of Marine Vessel) assessment guidelines which are available in the system, the evaluation panels are able to further identify the current risks of the ship. With the information gathered from the surveyors and evaluation panels’ recommendations, the manager/approver can made decisions whether to categorize the status of the ship as suitable or not suitable to use. With the built-in data visualization features, Ship Vetting System is able to provide insights of current activities, ship vetting status, and revenues.
Main Client - PETRONAS Maritime Services Sdn Bhd (PMSSB)
Vessel Information System (VIS) - focus for shipping in oil & gas downstream activities
Offshore Support Vessel Inspection System (OSVIS) - focus for shipping in oil & gas upstream activities
OSVIS is developed using latest Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 technology, Microsoft IIS 6.0, Window Server 2003/8, Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008, Biz-e@dotK-Urus Framework and Fusion Chart.
Ship Vetting System/OSVIS Benefit to target Industry
The objective of OSVIS is ensuring that ships are being properly operated, maintained, and in suitable condition to work and embark any related offshore activities (oil & gas downstream activities) in safety. This will consequently minimize the risks of having the ships in any necessary incidents that might damage the marine environment. Failure to do so could expose charterers to unlimited corporate risk in the event of a serious incident involving the particular ship which that company had chartered. What OSVIS differ from its competitors is not only it stores vessel information and vessel report into database but also incorporating the automated Business Process Flow from customer request, accept request, inspection activity, evaluation, respond enquiry, billing until producing completed inspection report in one system. It becomes a centralized system that connects and shares information among surveyors, ship owners, ship agents, ship operators and port managers. The surveyors’ observations, ship owners’ responses, evaluators’ recommendations, and remedial evidences that have been entered into OSVIS database are being compared and matched against the OCIMF and CIMMV guidelines for risk analysis and to help Approver/Manager to give recommendation either the ship is suitable or not suitable to use. All the verdicts are supported by facts and evidence which can be retrieved easily. The idea is to make decision making more objective rather than subjective. Thru OSVIS, not only managing risks but also the cycle time to complete ship vetting processes is shortened due to most of the routine tasks have been automated. As the result, more inspection request can be entertained and indirectly increased the revenue.
Malaysian Marine Department, NIOSH Malaysia, DOSH Malaysia, SIRIM, PUSPAKOM and Oil and Gas producer that involve in shipping.
Ship Vetting System can be offered to others oil and gas companies nationally and internationally that involve in the offshore activities. Moreover, PMSSB can now take advantage to expand their services and consultancy outside Malaysia. This would also help the marine industry to grow and provide employment opportunity.
Last Updated (Monday, 16 May 2011 20:28)