Safety Management Systems
Efficient Sea iPad app collates all necessary forms and compliance material into one easy to use program.
These mandatory reporting forms are now easy to find, complete and submit to relevant authorities.
Efficient Sea iPad app is also a comprehensive at-hand reference for all safety related manuals and instruction programs that affect onboard operations.
Captain’s Standing Orders
Notes and instructions for all navigational watch keepers & lookouts
Chief Engineer’s Standing Orders
Notes and instructions for all engineers keeping a ER watch, making rounds and keeping records.
Grievances & Complaints
Details and procedures for Captains & Crew on how to handle on board situations relating to crew confrontations.
Muster List – Damage Control Stations
A dedicated muster list for damage control procedures and duties.
Record of Dismissal
A document detailing the official dismissal of crew members, their actions with counter signing stating no grievances are held by either party.
Record of Written Warning
A document detailing the official written warning for actions taken by a crew member. Counter signed.
SMS Emergency Contact List
Contact details for company representatives, DPA , local authorities and emergency response.
SMS section 1
Main SMS manual, including safety & environment policy's, drugs & alcohol, structure on board, masters authority, pollution prevention, incidents, training, company forms, arrival on board, working arrangements, passengers, log books, muster lists, responsibilities, reporting emergencies, cabin information, etc.
SMS section 2 (LSA & FFE)
Instructions for inspection and maintenance, maintenance schedules, job descriptions for maintenance.
SOLAS Training manual 2
Use of on board equipment, helicopter rescue operations, Epirb's, Sart's, fire fighting, types of fires, fire prevention, protective clothing, reporting accidents, first aid.
SOLAS Training manual 3
Entry into closed spaces, towing arrangements, oil and pollution control, man overboard procedures, helicopter op's.
Initial notification (spill)
Official SOPEP document to record and send to local and national authorities of a fuel/oil spill. Details include the vessel particulars, location, speed, course, distance from known landmark, intended track, time of next report, details of incident, need for outside assistance, sea state, swell, contact details of ship owner, DPA or company representative, actions taken, injuries.
Adminstrative Visa Approval
Provision to revise or edit any changes made to SOPEP plan. Can be submitted directly from app.
An invaluable, at-a-glance directory of contact details for frequently visited ports, registered owner, owning company, insurance company, classification society and flag state.
Oil Spill Emergency Excercises
Record any drills or exercises carried out for SOPEP requirements in regard to oil spill emergency procedures.
Record of Changes
Records any changes made to your SOPEP Plan and signed off by the Captain.
SOPEP Section 1
The SOPEP plan is divided into two sections. Section one contains the vessels particulars and a comprehensive shipboard oil pollution emergency plan.
This plan has a summary flow chart, reporting requirements for spills, logging the date, time and what measures were taken to control the discharge. It explains multiple scenarios including operational spills, pipeline leakage, tank overflow, hull leakage, grounding, fire and explosion.
SOPEP Section 2
Section 2 continues to explain measures to control discharge from collision, hull failure, excessive list and priority access. It contains a list of necessary oil spill response equipment and onboard training information for use in such emergency situations.
Section 2 also has local and national co-ordination information, required for the clean up response along with complete record keeping.
It also has nonmandatory information like a review of shipboard oil pollution emergency plan, oil response equipment and training exercises.
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP)
Maintain and monitor the ship's efficiency in regard to fuel, water and onboard power. Records such factors as fuel additives, weather, ballast, trim, internal lighting, exterior lighting, shore power and fresh water production. There is also provision to monitor current consumption as well as set future energy targets.