Tokyo MoU releases their PSC Annual Report for 2019

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(www.MaritimeCyprus.com) This annual report summarizes the port State control developments and activities of the Tokyo MOU in 2019. Moreover, the report also provides port State control statistics and analysis on the results of inspections carried out by member Authorities during the year.

Detentions:

In 2019, 983 ships registered under 66 flags were detained due to serious deficiencies having been found onboard. The detention rate of ships inspected was 3.13%. Both the number of detentions and detention percentage has decreased continuously till the previous year; however, a bounce of the trend was found in 2019.

Deficiencies:

A total of 73,393 deficiencies were recorded in 2019. It has been noted that fire safety measures, life-saving appliances and safety of navigation continue to be the top three categories of deficiencies discovered on ships. In 2019, 13,178 deficiencies related to fire safety measures, 9,893 deficiencies related to life-saving appliances and 9,179 safety of navigation related deficiencies were recorded, representing nearly 45% of the total number of all recorded deficiencies.

Comparing the data with the last year, deficiencies under the category of certificates and documentation reduced by 1,181 in number or 18% by percentage. MARPOL Annex VI related deficiencies dropped about
40% in 2019, after the 2018 CIC.

A general reduction trend is also found in categories of radio Communications, cargo operations including equipment, safety of navigation, dangerous goods and ISM. There was a continuous increase of deficiencies relating to BWM, after two years of implementation of the convention. As a direct result of the CIC on Emergency Systems and Procedures in 2019, deficiencies on emergency systems increased 1,029 in number or 25% by percentage.

For even more details, view the full Tokyo MOU 2019 Port State Control report by clicking on below image.

 

Source: Tokyo MOU

https://youtu.be/LiTLvh2TNXM

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  1. Dear Sir/Madam,

    The Secretariat of Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control for West and Central African region (Abuja MoU) presents its compliments.

    Please the Abuja MoU 2019 Port State Control Inspection Statistics is now accessible on the Abuja MoU website. Kindly find the direct url below for your publication:

    http://www.abujamou.org/post/19Statis.pdf

    Please accept the highest regards of the Secretary General.

    Richard Owolabi

    Head, Technical / Chef, Technique

    Memorandum of Understanding on

    Port State Control for West and

    Central African Region|

    1 Joseph Street | P.O.Box 4574,

    Marina | Lagos |Nigeria

    Tel: +234 8129279829| Mobile: +234 8037273029 |

    Email: richard.owolabi@abujamou.org|

    secretariat@abujamou.org | website: http://www.abujamou.org

    From: Maritime Cyprus Reply to: Maritime Cyprus Date: Thursday, 14 May 2020 at 7:01 AM To: Abuja Subject: [New post] Tokyo MoU releases their PSC Annual Report for 2019

    Maritime Cyprus admin posted: " (www.MaritimeCyprus.com) This annual report summarizes the port State control developments and activities of the Tokyo MOU in 2019. Moreover, the report also provides port State control statistics and analysis on the results of inspections carried out"

  2. Dear sirs/madams
    Good day
    We are the crew of M.T SEA CORAL. whose are under a terrible sitution onboard and really need your help over here.
    On 08-Nov-2020, Malaysia High Court on behalf of HSBC Singapore arrested our ship M.T SEA CORAL (cook islands flag, IMO No. 9077886) which is anchoring at JOHOR BAHRU anchorage, Malaysia.
    All crew members had signed contact with OCEAN TANKERS PTE LTD Singapore based company. ( "the Company" are being managed by Judicial Manages Appointed by the High Court of Singapore) JM mamagement had stopped to paying us wages since Nov-2020, and not complying with Seafarer Engagement Agreement as required by Maritime Labor Convention. with all sort of reason to default our wages now has more than 2 months salary not yet paynent to the crew,
    Now our situation is extremely diffcult. Each crewmember has suffered a heavy burden of his family, daily spending of family become unsustainable, and the accumulating of the mortgage-financing problem makes people feel desperate. Even the worse, the living conditon becomes very bad. The crew suffered huge mental pressure due to the unpaid wages and normal repatriation and the relaionship between each crew becomes deterioration, abusiveness happens all the time and even fighting. some crew threatened to sabotage the ship equipments and endangered the safety of other people for releasing their anger. Master and senor offcers already cannot contol this situation.
    Acconding to the contract we had signed with OCEAN TANKERS, the wages must be paid monthly. Now, the seafarers rights and interests are severely offended by OCEAN TANKERS JM Management and HSBC Singapore (arresting party). The only demand of all crew is to get their deserved salary.
    For the sake of seafarers' right, jusice and human right please look into this matter seriously and help us to deal with our salay issue.
    Much appreciate if you could kindly investigate this matter and we will provide any documents or evidence required to assistit as you want.
    Thanks and best regard
    Remarks:
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    Crewing manager- Capt. William.
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    Hp:+65 96903491 , Ofice Tel:+65 68639401
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