OCIMF WebServices - Integrator notification13 August 2018

If your organisation submits or consumes information via OCIMF WebServices, please ensure that this message is passed to your IT department.

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SIRE inspector auditors conference02 August 2018

SIRE inspector auditors convened in London on 25–26 July for their 12th annual conference.

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Minimum supported internet browser version25 June 2018

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.

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Release of the seventh edition of the SIRE Vessel Inspection Questionnaire (VIQ7): 17 September 201820 June 2018

OCIMF is pleased to announce the release of the seventh edition of the SIRE Vessel Inspection Questionnaire (VIQ7).

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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 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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