The Marine Terminal Management and Self Assessment (MTMSA) provides best practice and key performance indicators against which terminal operators can assess the effectiveness of their management systems for berth operations and the ship-to-shore interface.
As the backbone to MTIS, the Marine Terminal Particulars Questionnaire (MTPQ) assists in the collation of a global database for the world’s 4,000+ terminals – from the hardware available, to berth measurements and transfer rates.
OCIMF Production servers will be undergoing essential routine maintenance on Saturday 08 December 2018.
The Marine Terminal Information System (MTIS) was launched in 2011 as a way to improve ship-to-shore safety management and improve communication streams between ship and terminal operators.
SLOM are hosting another webinar in Spanish introducing the Marine Terminal Information System (MTIS) on 29 November at 09.00 Colombia Time (COT).
89th meeting: 17–18 October, Houston, USA (hosted by Hess). The PTC discussed updates to the International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT) revision project
OCIMF released a new information paper, Marine Terminal Information Booklet: Guidelines and Recommendations, on 18 September.
OCIMF factsheets are now available in English, Spanish (Latin American) and Chinese (Mandarin). The factsheets provide brief introductions to key OCIMF programmes and activities, and can be downloaded from the OCIMF website.
If your organisation submits or consumes information via OCIMF WebServices, please ensure that this message is passed to your IT department.
A webinar in Spanish introducing the Marine Terminal Information System (MTIS) to Spanish speakers will be held on 9 August.
Following comments and suggestions from MTIS users, OCIMF has commissioned a full website refresh to improve the MTIS experience.
View the latest terminals to join MTIS
From 25 June 2018, users must connect to the OCIMF programme websites, including SIRE, OVID and MTIS using a minimum of Internet Explorer 11, or a modern commercial alternative.
The Ports and Terminals Committee (PTC) held their 88th meeting on 18–19 April in Singapore.
Watch our short video introducing MTIS and the benefits it offers to ship-to-shore safety management.
The Ports and Terminals Committee (PTC) held their 87th meeting on 18–19 October in London, UK.
The Ports and Terminals Committee (PTC) held their 86th meeting on 26–27 April in Houston, USA.