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DNV GL Methodology Review - Executive Summary

November, 2015

On request from RightShip, DNV GL conducted a review of the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Rating, involving a comparative assessment of RightShip’s Existing Vessel Design Index (EVDI)TM and its relation, and difference, to the International Maritime Organisation’s EEDI. DNV GL also assessed RightShip’s use of EVDI Read Article View as PDF


PSCI Response - Good Example (Short)

Root Cause: It was identified that vessel was using an Oil Record Book of a previous version which was not in compliance with the latest IMO Resolution. It was identified that stock of old oil record books was available on board and same was erroneously used. Basic/Underlying Causes: Lack of knowledge; Inadequate supervision.

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An Introduction to Root Cause Analysis

Key Points

Root Cause Analysis is a useful process for understanding and solving a problem.

Figure out what negative events are occurring. Then, look at the complex systems around those problems, and identify key points of failure. Finally, determine solutions to address those key points, or root causes.

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Rightship CAP 2 Guidelines

RightShip–Condition Assessment Program–Requirements

At RightShip we have reviewed our vessel acceptance criteria with regard to the age of Capesize vessels.  RightShip is aware that there are many Cape vessel owners who have maintained their vessels to a high standard and that these vessels, subject to successfully undertaking ...

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Rightship CAP 2 Guideline for New Forebody Ships

RightShip–Condition Assessment Program–Requirements

At RightShip we have reviewed our vessel acceptance criteria with regard to life-extensions as a consequence of a new fore-body. RightShip is aware that there are vessels which have had extensive life-extension works conducted including new fore-bodies. In such cases Owners wh...

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Blank Inspection & Assessment Report for Dry Cargo Ships FOD06

Description of Revisions

Rev 02: Address on form amended

Rev 03: Change of logo and new address

Rev 04: Major Revisions to content

 

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