Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) from Federal Republic of Germany
approved searecs - the electronic record book from MARSIG.
The conformance test report was handed over to MARSIG today.
searecs passed the test requirements according ISO 21745 successfully.
Further information: searecs - the electronic record book from MARSIG
Test-installation and trail period completed at Scandlines Ferry.
Equipment was installed and trail run period started in September 2020.
Feedback rounds and tests of development steps were carried out directly on board.
Thanks to excellent participation of the crew, requirements were successfully implemented.
The Crew initiated permanent work with searecs - the electronic record book from MARSIG now.
MARPOL amendments adopted at IMO - MEPC 74 enter into force at 1 October 2020.
Amendments allow MARPOL electronic record books to be used were adopted:
The MEPC also adopted related Guidelines for the use of electronic record books under MARPOL.
Further Information: searecs - the electronic record book from MARSIG
References to IMO.org:
IMO - Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) hold its 74th session (13-17 May 2019)
MEPC introducing MARPOL amendments to allow electronic record books to be used were adopted:
Expected entry into force date is 1 October 2020.
With MEPC.312(74) Guidelines for the use of electronic record books under MARPOL were adopted.
Link to MEPC.312(74) at IMO.org
MARSIG has sucessfully passed the RINA Service Supplier survey to conduct HazMat checks onboard ships and to prepare Inventories of Hazardous Materials.
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MARSIG can announce that the company has been approved by Lloyds Register EMEA as Service Supplier for visual/sampling checks and preparation of Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). With this MARSIG is certified to qualify shipping companies for compliance with the EU Ship Recycling Regulation and the Hong Kong Convention respectively.