IMRRA's June 2017 Newsletter Analysis Update

 

 

IMRRA Vessel Risk Assessment Data June 2017 Summary:

 

 

Jan-17

Feb-17

Mar-17

Apr-17

May-17

Average Risk Rating

37%

37.00%

37%

37%

35.7%

Tanker screenings

1,638

1,549

1,632

1,444

2,192

Vessels Assessed DWT

89,881,554

81,337,655

85,402,052

95,373,797

138,676,513

Higher Risk Rating Vessels

346

258

287

229

513

Below Risk Rating Vessels

1292

1,291

1,345

1,444

1,639

Minimum Risk Rating

19

21%

22%

20%

19%

New! - Percentage of Fleet Below Average Risk Rating

 

 

 

 

76.6%

New! - Percentage of Fleet Above Average Risk Rating

 

 

 

 

32.4%

Maximum Risk Rating

67%

65%

75%

61%

67%

Casualty Incidents (From RA screenings)

16

28

33

21

21

Vessels with poor PSC (five or more deficiencies)

81

90

107

81

125

Detentions Assessed

16

12

15

5

15

 

Commentary:

 

Many of IMO's most important technical conventions contain provisions for ships to be inspected when they visit foreign ports to ensure that they meet IMO requirements.

 

Port State Control (PSC) is the inspection of foreign ships in national ports to verify that the condition of the ship and its equipment comply with the requirements of international regulations and that the ship is manned and operated in compliance with these rules. (source - http://www.imo.org/)

 

PSC is very important instrument in raising standards of Maritime Safety as well as it is an important parameter in the risk assessment process.

 

May 2017

Tanker Vessels

Delivery date(0-5 years)

Number of vessels

Number of deficiencies

Detentions

1975-1980

1

11

1

1981-1986

6

66

1

1987-1992

12

114

1

1993-1998

18

149

3

1999-2004

22

155

3

2005-2010

41

271

5

2011-2016

18

125

1

Total

118

891

15

PSC deficiencies by Type - May 2017

Name

Number

FIRE SAFETY

146

ISM

29

POLLUTION PREVENTION

31

SAFETY OF NAVIGATION

99

STRUCTURAL CONDITIONS

42

CERTIFICATE AND DOCUMENTATION

94

LSA

89

EMERGENCY SYSTEMS

34

PROPULSION AND AUXILIARY MACHINERY

39

LABOUR CONDITIONS

61

LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS

29

MLC

25

RADIO COMMUNICATIONS

19

WATER/WEATHERTIGHT CONDITIONS

30

ALARMS

10

OTHER

48

DANGEROUS GOODS

17

CARGO OPERATIONS INCLUDING EQUIPMENT

49

Total

891

PSC deficiencies by Type (by percentage) found by IMRRA team in May 2017 on the screening results.

 

IMRRA screened 2,192 vessels (138676513 DWT) in May.



IMRRA identified 513 vessels as operating with the risk upper than average risk rating on the website. The maximum percent of risk that was find out in May is 67%.


i) During carrying out of screening, rating agency was notifying that 21 vessels (out of 2,192) got involved into incidents in May.

ii) During May IMRRA evaluated more than 2,192 tanker vessels across all deadweights (DWT) between the ages 0-25 years.

iii) The table shows vessels 20,000 to 50,000 DWT, aged 10-15 years were the most heavily traded. Second, 50,000 to 150,000 DWT, vessel age 5-10 years, with vessels from 5,000 to 20,000 DWT third.

 

Number of evaluated vessels in May 2017

Years

Deadweight

<5000

5000-20000

20000-50000

50000-150000

>150000

≥ 25 years

86

22

4

6

0

20-25 years

33

29

18

24

8

15-20 years

30

49

64

43

33

10-15 years

82

84

210

148

46

5-10 years

108

201

179

205

85

≤ 5 years

39

86

101

102

67