Marine terminal baseline criteria and assessment questionnaire pdf
OCIMF MARINE TERMINAL INFORMATION SYSTEM A NEW INTERNATIONAL INITIATIVE.pdf
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Cookies also allow us and third parties to tailor the ads you see when you visit our site and other 3rd party websites in the same online network, including social networks. If you do not agree or if you would like more information, you can manage your cookie preferences opposite. Terminals are encouraged to provide both positive and negative feedback on vessels that call at their terminal while involved in BP operations. The vetting and clearance team will use this feedback to support safe and efficient operations. The audit and inspection team carries out marine terminal compliance assessments conducted by one or two BP Shipping auditors with the consent of the terminal through standard questionnaire based on the OCIMF Minimum Baseline Criteria for Marine Terminals. The audit protocol involves briefings, a tour of the facility and feedback after the audit.
The MTMSA process offers a standard framework for terminal operators to assess and improve their management systems. Although MTMSA is principally a self assessment tool, external verification of the assessment by existing and potential users of the terminal can provide benefit to the terminal operator. Self assessment can be used by terminal operators to verify that their management systems are comprehensive and promote safety and environmental excellence, with the intention of minimising risk in the execution of their operations and providing the ability to measure and continuously improve their management systems. This self assessment process encourages terminal operators to review performance by means of Key Performance Indicators KPIs that are detailed within the elements of this document. Analysis of this data will establish trends that can be used to effectively target resources on measures for managing and reducing risk. Terminal operators may use their assessment results to develop a plan to continuously improve safety and environmental performance and transfer best practice across their operations through the consistent application of enhanced processes and procedures. The adoption of a uniform format for the assessment may also, at the discretion of the submitting terminal, facilitate internal benchmarking of performance within organisations.
Oil Companies International Marine Forum OCIMF A voluntary association of oil companies with an interest in the shipment and terminalling of crude oil, oil product, petrochemical and gas. Regulatory To contribute to the development of international conventions and regulations that enhance the safe construction and operation of oil tankers and terminals, working with the IMO and other regulatory bodies, both regional and national. Enforcement To encourage flag States, port States and classification societies in their enforcement of international conventions and regulations. Consultation To promote ratification and implementation of international compensation conventions. Promotion To actively promote OCIMFs role in the development of safety and environmental guidelines and recommendations, harnessing the skills and experience of OCIMF members and holding industry events addressing the issues.