ISM – Safety Management
Required for vessels over 500 gross tons and highly recommended for all crewed vessels, the ISM Code requires the managing company to be responsible for the technical maintenance of the ship.
In order to fulfill our obligations, we must satisfy ourselves that there is an adequate planned maintenance routine onboard.
Working alongside crew onboard and digitally through our real time ship monitoring system we track on-going ship maintenance, machinery and safety equipment for issues. This keen oversight and due diligence allows for us to catch and rectify threats that may affect the ship’s safety and security immediately.
FYM’s established relationships with Class and Flag state organizations allow us to work closely with their surveyors as needed. Shipyard attendance during annual dry-docking is provided if requested. Often times this includes visits to the ship by our technical staff to discuss solutions, the organization of third party contractors and the ordering and dispatch of parts and machinery etc.
Our technical directors are available for any troubleshooting or general assistance to crew and on board staff 24/7 and provide a range of company documentation upkeep and creation including.
- Crew Training Manuals
- Fire & Safety Plans
- Station Bills
- ISM – ISPS
- MINI – ISM
- Drills & Procedures
- Risk management
- Helicopter Operations
- Submersible Operations