Dromon Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on Safety of Navigation

31 July 2017 |  C17032

As already been informed through Paris MoU Press Release on March 29, 2017, the Paris MoU and Tokyo MoU will launch a joint Concentrated Inspection Campaign from September to November on Safety of Navigation, including Electronic Chart Display Information Systems (ECDIS).

NOTICE TO
Ship Owners/ Managers/ Operators | Flag Administrations | Surveyors

As already been informed through Paris MoU Press Release on March 29, 2017, the Paris MoU and Tokyo MoU will launch a joint Concentrated Inspection Campaign from September to November on Safety of Navigation, including Electronic Chart Display Information Systems (ECDIS).

Dromon Port State and Flag State Inspection Department in co-operation with our Survey Department decided to initiate the same CIC one month in advanced from Paris & Tokyo MoUs for four (4) months aiming to identify possible deficiencies on board our fleet as well as potential deficiencies that may result in detention.

As with previous CICs, in practice this CIC will be carried out in conjunction with the forthcoming surveys on all ship and Surveyors will be informed through ISAT form (refer QS 3.2-1/Form 01). In case a ship is not due for any statutory survey within this period, the CIC will be conducted as an Occasional Attendance on board where this is feasible and practicable at a convenient port of call.

The Surveyor will use CIC checklist attached to this Circular that is identical to the checklist to be used by the Paris MoU. When deficiencies are found, Surveyors shall inform Dromon Head office by imposing a Notice of Recommendation as per Dromon QSP3.2-1/Form 02 indicating clearly the recommendation and due date of rectification. Any imposed deficiency will be shown on the survey status of the ship and our online platform ‘’ERETES’’ for further actions by the Manager

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