Liberia Registry launches electronic oil record book

The Liberian Registry, in partnership with Prevention at Sea Ltd, a Cyprus-based maritime compliance technology company, has launched an innovative software product designed to replace traditional paper oil record books (ORBs) and to facilitate correct ORB entries into an efficient electronic format.

Liberia’s Electronic Oil Record Book (ε-ORB) is the most recent in a long line of ground-breaking industry initiatives designed to make the Liberian-flag fleet the safest, greenest and most efficient afloat. It is intended to address a variety of issues, including oil record books being reported missing on board, failure to document entries in the ORB of internal transfer of oily mixture, discrepancies between entry into the ORB and actual capacity of the oily water separator, and falsification of log entries.

Christian Mollitor, Vice-President of the Liberian Registry, says, “The Liberian Registry is proud to deliver innovative products that help shipowners proactively comply with regulatory requirements. It is our belief that many errors found in oil record books are caused by human administrative error rather than wilful non-compliance with MARPOL. However, the consequences of incorrectly recording oil waste transfers are very serious and may lead to criminal prosecution.

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Christian Mollitor, Vice-President of the Liberian Registry

“Through the use of technology, we have developed an IMO-compliant oil record book that eliminates the chance for administrative errors, ensures accuracy and accountability in record-keeping, and is easily auditable both on board and ashore. The ε-ORB affords peace of mind, knowing that your ship maintains accurate information when pulling into port.”

Prevention at Sea Ltd Managing Director added, “Our target was to develop an advanced tool for Mariners which would prevent inconsistencies before they start without deviation of the users from the users’ daily routines and the widely known ORB working environment. With the ε-ORB we succeed in reducing man-hours and potential risks for fines or delays at ports. By aiming to offer reputable Maritime Software solutions, the ε-ORB has been certified and gained approval by the Lloyd’s Register under MEPC.1/Circ. 736/Rev. 2 guidelines”.

Created in accordance with MARPOL requirements and certified by Lloyd’s Register under MEPC1/Circ. 736/Rev. 2 guidelines, the ε-ORB is designed to establish transparency, credibility and traceability. All information is stored electronically through the use of a system back-up, making archiving easier and enabling past data to be revisited. The ε-ORB software will be available for use by shipowners, ship operators, and authorities worldwide.

For more information on the ε-ORB software, please contact eorb@liscr.com or click below image to view an introductory document.

Liberia e-ORB

Source: www.liscr.com

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