Paris MoU Annual Report 2019

07 August 2020 |  C20034

The Paris MoU released the Annual Report 2019 indicating the RO Performance lists for the period 2017-2019.

Ship Owners/ Managers/ Operators | Surveyors / Auditors / Verifiers

During 2019 the Paris MoU continued with its work of inspecting ships on the basis of the relevant instruments of the Memorandum. The annual report provides an overview of the main activities and developments within the Paris MoU for the year. The annexes and tables provide details of the results of inspections carried out by our Member Authorities. The Paris MoU invites those interested in shipping to visit its website as a reliable source of information about the Paris MoU, including the results of the inspections carried out.

DBS demonstrates continuous improvement on its performance through the Annual Report and sets higher goals for the forthcoming years.

Recognized Organization Performance Table 2017-2019

During the 3-year reporting period 2017-2019, DBS recorded 616 inspections with 12 RO attributed detentions, resulting to an excess factor of 0.47, where in the 3-year reporting period 2016-2018, DBS recorded an excess factor of 0.51.

DBS continues to demonstrate improvement on its Port State Control results, listed 16th among 32 Recognized Organizations in the list, in compare to 2018, where DBS ranked 18th.

It is important to note that, since DBS listing on the RO performance table of the Paris MoU on PSC, it have always been listed in the medium performance with continuous improvement on the excess factor.

Number of Certificates Covering Ro Responsible Detainable Deficiencies 2019

By checking the table below, the number of DBS certificates, inspected through 2019, seems remarkable especially in compare to other ROs. DBS ranked 10th out of 28 Recognized Organizations, with 20 RO related deficiencies marking 0.74% ratio.

Act now

With an aim to maintain this position and achieve a greater performance, DBS would like to remind Ship Owners/ Managers/ Operators on our Outstanding Recommendation Policy given through C18031.

In addition, through C18027, Shipowners have been informed on the DBS PSC Preventive Inspection Scheme introduced by our Port and Flag State Inspection Department. Ship Owners/ Managers/ Operators should be reminded that DBS is able to assist in reducing deficiencies on board their fleet and register their vessels under our scheme. By registering to our PSC Preventive Inspection Scheme, you are preventing possible deficiencies that may also lead to a detention.


Source: Paris MoU

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