We offer a variety of services to our clients including
Safety management Systems
We can provide a safety management system for your vessel ensuing compliance with current legislation, in-line with national guidance documents and international standards as set out in ILO-OSH 2001.
Carry out on-board risk assessments with you and your crew to identify and review the Hazards in order to remove or reduce the Risk.
Vessel Safety Statement
Sets out how we intend complying with the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and other safety, health & welfare regulations to minimise the risk of accidents.
Standard Operating Procedures
Compilation of the standard process to ensure that tasks are undertaken in a safe manner identifying the hazards in order to reduce the risks to you crew and vessel.
Compilation of emergency procedures to ensure that emergency tasks are undertaken in a safe manner identifying the hazards, assigning roles & responsibilities to ensure that all the correct actions are taken.
Training and emergency drill scheduling
We can provide a training plan that can be recorded and updated on the vessel audit, this will ensure drills are undertaken as set out in M.S.O and B.I.M/ H.S.A guidance documents.
ILO Work in Fishing Convention 2007 (C188)
Marine Notice 42 of 2019 is to provide information on the main changes which was due to take effect on 15 November 2019. UPDATE: The European Union (International Labour Organisation Work in Fishing Convention) (Working Hours) Regulations 2019, (S.I. No 672 of 2019) was signed into law on 19 December 2019 and gives effect to the provisions of Article 11 of the Annex to Council Directive 2017/159/EU. The Fishing Vessels (Certification of Deck Officers and Engineer Officers) (Amendment) Regulations 2019, (S.I. No 673 of 2019) amends S.I. No. 289/1988 - Fishing Vessels (Certification of Deck Officers and Engineer Officers) Regulations 1988 in order to give effect to the provisions of Article 10 of the Annex to Council Directive 2017/159/EU.