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Through a week-long course led by Decatur Marine, Laura got an in-depth review of Subchapter M and ISM regulations, and full orientation into what the US Coast Guard and ISO are expecting when a vessel is audited to meet these standards. General provisions for conducting both internal and external audits and surveys were covered, as were suggestions for handling observations and non-conformities found during the audit processes. Reporting information and requirements for deliverables to the vessel owner were explained in great depth.
“At MarineCFO, our mission is to provide technology leadership, solutions and services to the maritime industry that enable our customers to operate safely, securely and profitably” said CEO David Hanowski. “As part of our ongoing commitment to the US maritime market, we felt it was important not only to access this information through our customers and partners but to also have these skills in house. Armed with this knowledge and correlating certification, MarineCFO will be able to continue building relevant solutions for vessel operators, and implementing our solutions in a manner that ensures compliance.”
The US Coast Guard has expanded TugSafe Lite and renamed it TugSafe Central. Whether you are a field inspector, a TPO or a vessel owner, you can use this online source for SubM guidelines and requirements.