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About OCIMF and Membership

September 2018

OCIMF is widely recognised as the voice for safety of the oil shipping industry, providing expertise on the safe and environmentally responsible transport and handling of hydrocarbons in ships and terminals, and setting standards for continuous improvement.

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Committee Structure

September 2018

OCIMF’s committee structure comprises the Executive Committee (ExCom) at its head and four principal committees reporting to it. The principal committees can establish sub-committees or forums as necessary. The committees are the drivers of all the projects championed by OCIMF’s membership. Active participation in the committees is one of the best ways for OCIMF members to influence policy development, learn about best practice and contribute to new standards that will help make our industry safer.

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Shipping in the Arctic Region

September 2018

The Arctic is estimated to hold up to 25% of the world’s undiscovered hydrocarbon resources. Improved technology enables oil companies to consider moving exploration activities to Arctic regions.

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How OCIMF adds value at the IMO

September 2018

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) is the United Nations agency responsible for improving maritime safety and preventing pollution from shipping. The IMO’s main task has been to develop and maintain a comprehensive regulatory framework for shipping. Its remit today includes safety, environmental concerns, legal matters, technical cooperation, maritime security and the efficiency of shipping.

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Maritime Security

September 2018

Maritime Security The role of OCIMF Maritime security is a global necessity. Whether in the Gulf of Aden, Arabian Sea, the Gulf of Guinea or the South China Sea, significant threats challenge the safety and security of seafarers and potentially the environment.

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Programmes - OVID

September 2018

The Offshore Vessel Inspection Database (OVID), launched in January 2010, builds on OCIMF’s experience with the SIRE programme to offer a system of inspection for offshore support vessels.

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Programmes - SIRE

September 2018

The Ship Inspection Report programme (SIRE) is a unique tanker and barge risk assessment tool used by charterers, terminal operators and government bodies to assist in the assurance of ship safety standards.

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Publications - Information Papers

September 2018

Information papers can be downloaded here: ocimf.org/publications/information-papers.

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Publications - Books

September 2018

Books can be obtained from the publishers Witherby Seamanship International at witherbyseamanship.com.

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Programmes - MTIS

September 2018

Developed to fill the gaps in international standards for terminals, the goal of the Marine Terminal Information System (MTIS) is to ensure that all oil and gas terminals worldwide reach a common high standard of safety and environmental protection.

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