SIRE data mining tool available

Jun 09 2017

SIRE has created a data mining tool for technical vessel operators, that will allow key monitoring metrics across their fleet.

According to OCIMF’s newsletter, technical vessel operators with SIRE accounts will be able to see:

l  Average number of SIRE inspections per vessel.

l  Average number of observations per inspection.

l  Percentage of fleet holding at least three inspections within a user defined date range.

This tool will also allow technical vessel operators to compare inspections on their fleet with the global fleet based on the following criteria:

l  Most common observations.

l  Vessel operation at time of inspection.

l  Number of observations per VIQ chapter.

l  Recurring observations.

Shipowner associations will also be able to use the tool, but first need to request access and receive approval from OCIMF. INTERTANKO has been approved to use the tool.

The tool is now available for access through existing SIRE accounts.

In addition, the SIRE programme’s Quality Management System (QMS) was awarded the latest ISO 9001:2015 certification on 8th May by the British Standards Institution (BSI) - one year early.

The programme has maintained the ISO 9001 certification since July, 2000. The re-certification to ISO 9001:2015, with an increased scope to include training and accreditation and the Tanker Management and Self Assessment (TMSA), strengthens OCIMF’s commitment to providing quality services to SIRE programme participants, the organisation claimed.   

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