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MESPAS adds new QHSE tools

Maritime software provider MESPAS has released the latest update to its fleet management application, adding new features specifically designed to assist safety and quality managers.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"}The updated software will now allow OCIMF vetting inspection reports to be imported after third party inspections of tankers by oil majors. Superintendents can now automatically import the OCIMF vessel inspection questionnaire (VIQ) into the MESPAS QHSE module, generate the inspection record and create a task list of all non-conformities.

Issues can be tracked and resolved, with reductions in non-conformities graphically demonstrated. At subsequent inspections superintendents can then use this information to demonstrate how they are improving their systems.

ISM forms and tasks can also be linked in the new software version. The forms can be created by customers and adapted to their specific requirements, using Adobe technology. Key performance indicators can be analysed via automatically generated reports, while certificates can be reviewed and expiry dates tracked.

For regulatory compliance, the updated software has also introduced automatic reporting of CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, in a format that is both EU MRV (monitoring reporting and verification) and IMO DCS (data collection system) compliant.

MESPAS’ Analytics software allows users to collect and aggregate this data and upload it to the EMSA (European Maritime Safety Agency) system for reporting, as required for EU MRV from the start of 2019. That data also marks the beginning of the fuel consumption reporting period for the IMO DCS, which can also be managed by the software.{/mprestriction}

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