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    Manufacturer: Witherby

    STS Service Provider Management and Self Assessment, 2nd Edition 2020

    €259.19
    This OCIMF publication assists ship to ship service providers to assess, measure and improve the safety and effectiveness of their management systems. This second edition has been updated to reflect current legislation, expectations and emerging issues and incorporates feedback from STS service providers and users of the first edition. It is based on the principles of the Tanker Management and Self Assessment (TMSA 3) programme.
    ISBN: 9781856099387
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    Published: November 2020

    The self assessment programme encourages STS service providers to assess their safety management systems against key performance indicators. It provides a minimum expectation level and an additional three levels of increasing best practice guidance. The results can be used to develop plans that support the continuous improvement of management systems and the attainment of high standards of safety and pollution prevention.

    Key updates to this edition include:

    • Where applicable, the elements have been aligned with TMSA 3
    • A new element has been added that covers maritime security
    • The ‘Reliability and Maintenance of STS Equipment’, the ‘Due Diligence Regarding Transhipment Locations’ and the ‘STS Operations’ elements have been expanded to include new sections
    • The ‘Environmental and Energy Management’ element now incorporates the OCIMF Energy Efficiency and Fuel Management paper that was a supplement to TMSA 2
    • Elements have been streamlined and merged to improve consistency and make self assessment easier
    • The best practice guidance has been expanded to complement the key performance indicators and revised to remove ambiguity and duplication.

    Content

    Section One

     

    The STS Service Provider Management and Self Assessment
    1.1  Introduction
    1.2  Continual improvement
    1.3  Key performance indicators
    1.4  Self assessment process
    1.5  Verification process

    Section Two

     

    The SPSA elements

    Element one: Leadership and the Safety Management System
    Element two: Recruitment and management of shore based personnel
    Element three: Recruitment, management and wellbeing of operational personnel
    Element four: Reliability and maintenance of STS equipment (including critical equipment)
    Element five: Due diligence regarding transhipment locations
    Element six: STS operations
    Element seven: Management of change
    Element eight: Incident reporting, investigation and analysis
    Element nine: Safety management
    Element ten: Environmental and energy management
    Element eleven: Emergency preparedness and contingency planning
    Element twelve: Measurement, analysis and improvement
    Element thirteen: Maritime security

    Section Three

     

    STS operational assessment forms and checklists
    Part A: STS Service Provider particulars
    Part B: STS transfer location assessment
    Part C: STS transfer operation assessment

    3.1  Checks prior to the STS operation
    3.2  Checks prior to mooring/cargo operation
    3.3  Checks during cargo operations
    3.4  On completion of cargo transfer and prior to unmooring

    Published: November 2020

    The self assessment programme encourages STS service providers to assess their safety management systems against key performance indicators. It provides a minimum expectation level and an additional three levels of increasing best practice guidance. The results can be used to develop plans that support the continuous improvement of management systems and the attainment of high standards of safety and pollution prevention.

    Key updates to this edition include:

    • Where applicable, the elements have been aligned with TMSA 3
    • A new element has been added that covers maritime security
    • The ‘Reliability and Maintenance of STS Equipment’, the ‘Due Diligence Regarding Transhipment Locations’ and the ‘STS Operations’ elements have been expanded to include new sections
    • The ‘Environmental and Energy Management’ element now incorporates the OCIMF Energy Efficiency and Fuel Management paper that was a supplement to TMSA 2
    • Elements have been streamlined and merged to improve consistency and make self assessment easier
    • The best practice guidance has been expanded to complement the key performance indicators and revised to remove ambiguity and duplication.

    Content

    Section One

     

    The STS Service Provider Management and Self Assessment
    1.1  Introduction
    1.2  Continual improvement
    1.3  Key performance indicators
    1.4  Self assessment process
    1.5  Verification process

    Section Two

     

    The SPSA elements

    Element one: Leadership and the Safety Management System
    Element two: Recruitment and management of shore based personnel
    Element three: Recruitment, management and wellbeing of operational personnel
    Element four: Reliability and maintenance of STS equipment (including critical equipment)
    Element five: Due diligence regarding transhipment locations
    Element six: STS operations
    Element seven: Management of change
    Element eight: Incident reporting, investigation and analysis
    Element nine: Safety management
    Element ten: Environmental and energy management
    Element eleven: Emergency preparedness and contingency planning
    Element twelve: Measurement, analysis and improvement
    Element thirteen: Maritime security

    Section Three

     

    STS operational assessment forms and checklists
    Part A: STS Service Provider particulars
    Part B: STS transfer location assessment
    Part C: STS transfer operation assessment

    3.1  Checks prior to the STS operation
    3.2  Checks prior to mooring/cargo operation
    3.3  Checks during cargo operations
    3.4  On completion of cargo transfer and prior to unmooring

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