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Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE) 2.0 (Compilation)

Year: 2023
Language: english
Author: OCIMF
Publisher: Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)
Edition: March
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: Multiple
Description: The new SIRE 2.0 regime will roll out to industry in a phased approach. Until then, the current SIRE programme will continue to be updated and improved to incorporate the latest standards, best practice and regulations.
Developed alongside industry and the OCIMF membership, the new and updated Ship Inspection Report Programme, SIRE 2.0, will future proof the tanker inspection process in line with evolving risks, technology and expertise. The digitalised inspection programme will transform how inspections are conducted and will support industry efforts to continuously enhance safety.
Until then, the current SIRE programme will continue to be updated and improved to incorporate the latest standards, best practice and regulations.
Additional info: About SIRE:
One of the most significant safety initiatives introduced by OCIMF is the Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE). This programme was originally launched in 1993 to specifically address concerns about sub-standard shipping. The SIRE Programme is a unique tanker risk assessment tool of value to charterers, ship operators, terminal operators and government bodies concerned with ship safety.
The SIRE system is a very large database of up-to-date information about tankers and barges. Essentially, SIRE has focused tanker industry awareness on the importance of meeting satisfactory tanker quality and ship safety standards. Since its introduction, the SIRE Programme has received industry-wide acceptance and participation by both OCIMF Members, Programme recipients and by ship Operators. The expansion of Barges and small vessels into SIRE was inaugurated in late 2004.
Since its introduction, more than 180,000 inspection reports have been submitted to SIRE. Currently there are over 22,500 reports on over 8000 vessels for inspections that have been conducted in the last 12 months. On average Programme Recipients access the SIRE database at a rate of more than 8000 reports per month.


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