The Marine Surveying Academy has published its August 2019 newsletter, aimed at accredited vessel inspectors and the wider eCMID community.
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has issued a notice setting out the benefits of eCMID, its online vessel inspection system, and warning users that offline use is no longer permitted. Since 1 January 2018, IMCA has only recognised formal inspection reports conducted using its eCMID application and uploaded into the database website (www.imcaecmid.com). Any … Continue reading “IMCA warns against offline use of eCMID system”
There are over 450 Accredited Vessel Inspectors (AVIs) for the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) eCMID vessel inspection scheme around the world. This week sees the AVIs’ One Day Seminar being held in London (Regent’s University, 19 June). Three key members of the IMCA secretariat will be among the speakers at the seminar. Mark Ford, … Continue reading “IMCA to unveil eCMID updates at AVI London-based seminar”
The Marine Surveying Academy has published its April 2019 newsletter, aimed at accredited vessel inspectors and the wider eCMID community. http://www.ecmidvesselinspectors.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/eCMID-AVI-Newsletter-April-2019-2.pdf
Currently there is no distinction between different types of workboat when undertaking an eMISW inspection. AVIs who hold eMISW accreditation are able to inspect any vessels as long as they are less than 500 gross tonnage and/or less than 24m – this can cover vessels where they have minimal deck equipment, no accommodation and no … Continue reading “Consultation regarding simple workboats”
A system of upload fees for eCMID and eMISW was introduced in 2018, in order to fund ongoing maintenance and development of the eCMID system. Since that point, a number of enhancements to the database website and inspection application for Windows have been implemented, with a focus on ‘quick fixes’ for items that have received … Continue reading “eCMID System development plans”
IMCA has analysed over 2,000 vessel inspection reports uploaded into the eCMID database and produced a summary of key findings. The eCMID system enables vessel operators to review and address these findings and to add commentary on corrective actions and other feedback. This is then provided for clients and potential clients to review as part … Continue reading “Analysis of eCMID and eMISW findings published”
The Marine Surveying Academy has launched a new quarterly update for accredited vessel inspectors (AVIs). In the first issue, published in November 2018: find out more about continuing professional development (CPD) for inspectors, including the downloadable CPD app read about this year’s eCMID conferences, held in London and Singapore and more … Download now from … Continue reading “AVI newsletter launched”
The International Marine Contractors Association (IMCA) has launched an updated suite of question sets in issue 11 of the eCMID and issue 4 of the eMISW vessel inspection report forms. It has also rewritten IMCA M 167 to serve as single reference point on the inspection process and correct use of the report form. New … Continue reading “IMCA launches eCMID 11 and eMISW 4 question sets”
Issue 86 of Making Waves, IMCA’s quarterly newsletter, features an interview with Stephen Birt of TechnipFMC, Chairman of the Marine eCMID Committee, as part of a double-page spread of eCMID features and news. Also included: the eCMID payment system, forthcoming inspection template updates, the latest statistics and clarification on use of offline CMID and MISW reports.