SMM - eORB SW Part I RMI Approval

  Another milestone for SMM-eORB SW Part I: The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) Maritime Administrator (the “Administrator”) has reviewed and approved our MARPOL electronic record book system against the requirements and guidance for the use of electronic record books on board RMI flagged vessels.   Learn More:

Flag Administrations acceptance of SMM-eORB SW Part I

  The Cyprus, Singapore, Bahamas, Malta, Norway, Cayman Islands & Hong Kong Flag Administrations can accept officially our software solution since the DNV-GL falls within the Recognised Organisations (ROs) that have been authorised to approve electronic record books used on board their flag registered ships in accordance with resolution MEPC.312(74). ePrice:

How to correctly use loading programs?

In light of the recent North P&I Club recommendations on how the ship operators may reduce the problems using loading computers, we have gathered hereunder the most crucial prompts: 1. Standardise: Try to standardise the software in use across the fleet. If different vessels have different software, an officer moving within the fleet needs to re-familiarize themselves with the system on board that vessel. 2. Train: Those in charge of using the software should undergo appropriate training. 3. Check: Make sure that the crew are aware what they should always check; 4. Mentor: Junior officers are the Chief Mates of tomorrow! Actively encourage junior officers to learn how to use the system from those in charge of it. 5. Simulator: If you have a spare computer on board, add the software and allow juniors to upload conditions and practice. 6. Feedback: Set up a feedback communication line for the crew to report issues with the software, this will help improve its usability. Remember to

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Christmas & New Year's Wishes for 2021 from SMM Team

  On behalf of SMM Team, we would like to take this opportunity to cordially extend our most heartfelt wishes to you all and your families for staying happy and strong and all the best for the holly days , as we are looking with optimism towards year 2021, considering that 2020 is quite memorable for the unprecedented difficulties and still unknown impact on human wellbeing. We really hope the conditions in 2021 to get proved more favourable.

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