Maintenance of the Ship & Equipment / ETO job vacancy
To describe the system which ensures that maintenance, repair and dry-docking work is
carried out in an efficient, controlled and effective manner, with a maintained.
This procedure describes the activities and control responsibilities, from the point of identification of work required, through to completion of work and record filing.
The Technical Superintendents are responsible to the General Manager to ensure this procedure is complied with. The Technical Superintendents are responsible to the General Manager for the day to day maintenance, repairs and dry-docking of vessels.
The Master is ultimately responsible for:
* The overall maintenance of his vessel.
* Reporting the status of his vessel to the appropriate responsible Manager or Superintendent.
* Ensuring compliance with this procedure.
* Ensuring completion of appropriate maintenance reporting forms.
The Chief Engineer is responsible to the Master for the execution of the machinery maintenance programmer
and for ensuring such work carried out onboard is completed satisfactorily and reports are sent,
via the Master, to the appropriate Manager/Superintendent involved.
The Chief Officer is responsible to the Master for the execution of the deck maintenance programmer and for ensuring such work carried out onboard is completed satisfactorily and reports are sent, via the Master, to the appropriate Manager or Superintendent.
The Accounts Manager, using data from invoices and other recorded expenditure information, is responsible for compiling, on an individual vessel basis, a monthly expenditure report of technical maintenance.
The Company’s objective is to protect the asset value and to have the ship in effective service with minimum
off-hire and stoppages at an economical cost level consistent with safety, availability and performance.
It is also the Company’s objective to ensure that the vessel and its equipment are maintained in a state of complete operational readiness at all times, in conformance with all requirements of regulatory or classification bodies.
The standard of maintenance shall be kept at a level which gives the most economical operating results
in the short term and at the same time preserves the value of the ship in the long term.
Notwithstanding any budgetary constraints, all vessels are maintained to a standard that ensures compliance with applicable rules and regulations.
The General Manager assists all Managers and Superintendents by ensuring qualified, trained and experienced personnel are appropriately assigned within the Company.
The respective Technical Superintendent has the responsibility for ensuring the:-
* Updating of quality records.
* Monitoring expenditure.
* Keeping inventory records of:-
– All stock levels on an annual basis.
– Store levels of Engine Spares on a regular basis.
– Lubricants levels on a monthly basis and ROB reported to office.
– Equipment by continuous tracking.
* Monitoring vessel maintenance programmers on a monthly basis
Only approved sub-contractors (suppliers) are used for carrying out repairs and maintenance support, with ETO job vacancy review, as far as possible.However, new contractors with ISO Certification and with proven records will also be considered, if necessary.