International Register Engineering Service (IRES)
(A Division of International Register of Shipping)
Are you looking for technical expertise without having to employ more staff members? IRES is the engineering services division of International Register of Shipping (IRS), an Internationally recognized classification society. As a society with a unique network of top class professionals around the world with state-of-the art technology as well as specialists in the fields of Naval Architecture, Marine Engineering and Marine Surveying. Our ability to provide the excellent services in these fields at competitive rates with top class quality is unrivaled, all in compliance with the latest regulations. Following are just a few examples of what we can do:
- Concept Design Preparation of Technical Specifications
- Bid Analysis
- Detailed Design
- New Building Services on behalf of owners
- Verification of Conformance for Purchase of Marine Equipment
- Design of Modifications and Renovations and/or Refitting
- Failure Mode Effect Analysis, HAZOP, FSA etc.
- Asset management services for your Fleet, including Supervision during Dry Dockings or other Repairs
- Computer-based Preventive Maintenance Systems for your Fleet, managed by our experts advising you of what needs to be done
- Preparation of Mandatory Vessel Documentation such as Trim and Stability Booklet, Cargo Securing Manual, SOPEP, PCSOPEP , SMPEP, P&A Manual, COW Manual, ODMCS Manual etc.
The possibility of not having one of our representatives in your neighbor-hood is highly unlikely. This is a unique advantage, which helps us keep your costs down, without com-promising on the quality. Allow us to do your next project; you will never look for another consultant in any of these fields.
Contact us at +1 (305) 576 4403 or email@example.com for more details.
To enhance maritime security, the International Maritime Organization has adopted a new comprehensive security regime for international shipping, through the International Ship and Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code, which is set to enter into force in July 2004.
International Register of Shipping (IRS) through its divisions has developed several services to help the maritime community to comply with the ISPS Code as well as build an effective security regime for the maritime community.
ISPS code in essence, approaches the issue of ensuring security as a risk management activity, which involves assessment of security risks and vulnerabilities and taking measures to reduce the risk levels, that is reducing the probability of occurrence as well as reducing the consequences in the event of a security incident.
As an organization with expertise in risk management and our past experience in Safety Management Systems, IRS is the right choice, for the shipping community to rely on, for assistance in implementation of the code. Realizing our role, we have established a cooperation with a reputed American Security Organization, Maritime Security Services, Inc. for providing various services.
Following are examples of maritime security related services, various divisions of IRS have developed.
Following advisory services are offered through International Register Management Systems (IRMS), the division of IRS engaged in providing Management System Related Services:
- Ship Security Assessment
- Preparation of Ship Security Plans
- Port Facility Security Assessments.
- Preparation of Port Facility Security Plan
International Register Training Institute (IRTI), the division engaged in providing training services to the maritime industry, we have developed training programs for the following:
- Company Security Officers – 18 hours
- Ship Security Officers – 12 hours
- Port Facility Security Officers – 18 hours
- ISPS Code Auditors – 20 hours
These programs are designed to meet the criteria laid down in the ISPS Code as well as other guidance available through IMO and other Industry sources. These programs are now available at various major maritime locations around the world.
Through authorizations by various flag states around the world, IRS will be available to provide verification and certification of your ships towards issuing, ” International Ship Security Certificate”.
As always, we are your reliable partner for the implementation of maritime security code.
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International Register Management Systems (RMS)
(A Division of International Register of Shipping)
Need help with your Management Systems? IRMS is a division of International Register of Shipping (IRS) a fast growing marine classification society. A consulting organization engaged in improving business processes, implementing management systems, and assisting in quality and regulatory compliance, worldwide. Our distinct approach integrates quality, regulatory, environmental, and business management systems to help you achieve your business objectives in the most efficient way. IRMS provides a full range of services in management system. We provide comprehensive Safety, Quality and Environmental products and services, tailored to your individual needs. IRMS offers ongoing consulting for business processes-with a unique blend of concepts, methods, techniques, and tools designed to transfer technology to your organization’s personnel.
Our competencies include:
- Safety Management Systems based on ISM Code.
- Transition from existing ISO 9000: 1994 to ISO 9001: 2000 based quality system.
- Ship Security Management Systems and Port Facility Security Management Systems
as per ISPS Code.
- Quality Management Systems and Environment Management Systems as per ISO 14001 with existing Quality System as per ISO 9001 standard.
- Integration of environment Management System as per ISO 14001, with existing Quality Management Systems as per ISO 9001 standard.
- Ship Security Assessments, Port Facility Security Assessments and preparation of Security Plans.
- First, Second or Third party audits as per ISM Code, ISPS Code, ISO 9001, ISO 14001 or other similar standard.
- Business process Re-engineering for better process engineering.
We have experts with several years of experience in the above fields who use of state-of-the art technology. Our international network of offices provide IRMS the ability to deliver cost effective professional service to your company, wherever you are!
“Wishing Won’t Keep You Safe, Preparedness Will!”
Intlreg-ERS is your partner in emergency reponse. Our service provides much needed rapid technical assistance to masters and other authorities in a marine casualty situation such as flooding, grounding, fire/explosion, collision, hull failure, excessive list, containment system failure, cargo Liquefaction. Intlreg-ERS is the shore-based emergency response service offered by International Register of Shipping. Enrolling in Intlreg-ERS will assist ship owners to comply with the following regulations and guidelines as well as any similar National Authority requirements.
- MARPOL Annex 1, Regulation 37- Ship board oil pollution emergency plan (SOPEP)
- MARPOL Annex 2, Regulation 17- Ship board marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substance (SMPEP)
- Oil Pollution Act (OPA 90) CFR: 155.240- Damage stability information for Oil tankers and Offshore barges.
- ISM code Regulation 8- Emergency Preparedness
- SOLAS Chapter II-1, Part B-1, Regulation 8-1 System capabilities and operational information after a flooding casualty on Passenger Ships.
- MSC Circular 1400- Guidelines on Operational Information for Masters of Passenger Ships for Safe Return to Port by Own Power or Under Tow.
Intlreg-ERS will be a 24×7 service where personnel with necessary expertise and training will be available in less than 60 minutes from the first call to simulate casualty scenario on ship specific computer models to assess ship’s behavior after the casualty as well as assessment on the consequences of any proposed remedial actions and provide advises to the ship’s personnel.
Enrolling in Intlreg-ERS
“It wasn’t raining when Noah built the ark.” Preparedness is the key to successful response to emergency situations. To be able to rapidly respond to emergency situations Intlreg-ERS will create sufficiently accurate stability and structural models in advance from the data provided by you. In order to create accurate models of ships the following information should be available:
- Lines plan/offset data or equivalent
- Capacity plan
- Midship section
- Transverse sections including engine room
- Profile and deck plans
- Shell expansion
- Co-ordinates (x, y, z) of all openings (doors, air pipes, ventilators, hatches) located on the exposed deck with indications of whether they are weathertight or watertight. This information may be obtained from the Damage Control Plan or similar. In the case of passenger ships, the locations (x, y, z) of all internal openings in decks and watertight bulkheads as well as the locations (x, y, z) of partial bulkheads are also required.
- Trim & stability booklet/loading manual
- Lightweight distribution
Stability and global strength models created will be validated against supplied data within appropriate tolerances. Regular drills will be carried out to ensure that all the stakeholders/participants are familiar with the procedures.
Following flow chart shows a typical emergency repose procedure with Intlreg-ERS
The International Register of Shipping (INTLREG) has started INTLREG IMO DCS (Data Collection System) for fuel consumption data through online portal. The amendments to MARPOL Annex VI that makes the data collection system for fuel oil consumption of ships mandatory has already entered into force from 1 March 2018 (IMO Resolution MEPC.278 (70)). According to this regulation, for ships of 5,000 gross tonnage and above engaged in international voyage, the data collecting and reporting will be required from the 2019 calendar year. International Register of Shipping (INTLREG) will do the fuel data collection via online portal for whole of the calendar year for subsequent reporting to the respective flag states in the IMO format during first quarter of 2020.
INTLREG will also conduct the relevant document review and issuance of the statement of compliance subject to the authorization from respective flag administration. Please also refer to IRS Circular 18-003 and 18-021 covering information for the preparation and submission of the SEEMP Part II (Data Collection Plan) for verification as well as Data Collection. As a reminder, please see important deadlines:
- 01 March 2018: Entry into force of amendment to MARPOL Annex VI. Ships of 5,000 gross tonnage and above shall start to create and verify a Monitoring Concept (Ship Fuel Oil Consumption Data Collection Plan) as per part II of SEEMP, by the ship owner.
- By 31 December 2018: New SEEMP Part II to be developed by ship owner and approved by Flag / RO.
- From 01 January 2019 onwards: Ships shall start monitoring of fuel oil consumption and other parameters for the first calendar year 2019.
- By 31 December 2019: Ships shall aggregate the data collected.
- By 31 March 2020: Ships shall submit all data collected to Flag / RO
- By 31 May 2020: Upon verification of the aggregated data a Statement of Compliance will be issued by Flag / RO
- By 30 June 2020: Flag (or RO) shall submit the aggregated data to IMO Ship Fuel Oil Consumption Database.
INTLREG IMO DCS service is offered to all vessels, registered with the flag states who have authorized Intlreg to act as RO for MARPOL Annex VI certification. We are offering the IMO DCS data collection service for nominal fee (annual subscription) which will be charged per vessel. Once access is granted to the online portal, vessel mangers or owners can enter fuel data for the vessel for each voyage through Intlreg website for entire calendar year. Intlreg will report the data to the respective flag states in the IMO format during first quarter of 2020. Once yearly fuel data of the vessel is reported to the flag and upon verification a Statement of compliance will be issued by flag/RO by May 2020; additional fees applicable for statement of compliance.
Please be informed that IMO DCS is a mandatory requirement for ships of 5,000 gross tonnage and above engaged in international voyages. Therefore Owners and managers of these ships are requested to enroll their vessels for the INTLREG IMO DCS service at the earliest so that compliance can be achieved for issuance statement of compliance in time.