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VETTING & ASA SERVICES
' Analytical Systems by Adnavis ’ for Appraisal of Ship Inspection Reports
Jean-Philippe GOBILLON
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Good Practices for Ship Vetting
Brussels, Wednesday 12 October 2011
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VETTING & ASA SERVICES
' Analytical Systems by Adnavis ’ for Appraisal of Ship Inspection Reports
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Characteristics of External Vetting
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ASA Risk Assessment - What & How
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Vetting Achievements

Why Vetting? General Considerations
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Characteristics of External Vetting
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Critical, sensitive, strategic information
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Different organisation & working methods
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Interlocutors with various background
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Complex & technical matters
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Changing environment : economic, shipowners,
regulations, maritime & industry events …
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Preconceived ideas
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Expected performance & duties
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Ethical standard & Confidentiality
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Availability (time & explanation)
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Clear and understandable information
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Objective, consistent & reliable information
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Respect communication protocol
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Screening will be relayed to third party
-> ASA Services
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ASA Services - References
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CEFIC - Guidance on Ship Vetting, 2011
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ISO 31000:2009 & ISO Guide 73:2009
Risk Management – Principles & Guidelines
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IACS - Guide to Risk Assessment in Ship
Operations, 2004
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(Intertanko - Vetting Guide, 9th Edition ! )
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ASA Services
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Risk Profile of the vessel
Certification, Technical Aspects, Shipboard Operations,
Performance and Ship Management
Crew
It is not a commercial risk assessment.
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Quantitative & Qualitative Analysis supported by
a short screening comment.
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ASA Services are Company Specific
Company Policies, Specific issues (cargo, terminal, trade …)
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No direct communication with third parties
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Only IACS ships
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ASA Risk Assessment - What & How
1.
History monitoring: screening, voyage events, terminal & cargo
surveyors reports, any other feedback.
2.
Equasis/USCG - Classification - PSC - P&I
3.
Accident databases : IMO, Lloyds, Sea Web, internet …
4.
Active CDI Report : assess corrective & preventive actions
-> Quantitative analysis: templates, parameters & warnings –> ASA Compass
-> ASA Recovery/Consequence Matrix – What If Scenario
5.
ASA Rating is attributed -> risk estimator
6.
Feedback to ship owner to mitigate the residual risk
7.
Monitoring
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ASA Recovery/Consequence Matrix
Grading of Observations against Operator's Comments
HIGH
LOW
HIGH
May Need to
Consider
'1'
MUST CONSIDER
'5'
LOW
No need to
Consider
'0'
May Need to
Consider
'1'
RECOVERY->
CONSEQUENCE
Human Factor – Unsafe Acts/Decisions categories
• Slip/Lapse (unintentional)
• Mistake (intentional)
• Violation (intentional)
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Risk Estimator & ASA Rating
Likelihood
Consequence
RISK ESTIMATOR
ASA Rating
Slightly
Harmful
Harmful
Highly Unlikely
Trivial Risk
Rating A
Tolerable Risk
Rating B
Unlikely
Likely
Tolerable Risk
Rating B
Moderate Risk
Rating C
Moderate Risk
Rating C
Substantial Risk
Rating D
Extremely
Harmful
Moderate Risk
Rating C
Substantial Risk
Rating D
Intolerable Risk
Rating E
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ASA RATING
U
A
B
U
C
U
D
U
E
U
X
U
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CDI Inspection report is cleared.
CDI inspection report is cleared, but some
items needs to be followed up
Rating to be Confirmed,
additional comments required from owners
CDI report/screening contains items of
serious concern.
CDI report does not comply with the
acceptable standard.
No CDI report available
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Vetting Achievements
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Evolution
of
ASA
Rating
HISTORY CDI VETTING - ASA RATINGS in %
(% CDI Screenings)
100%
90%
80%
Rating A
70%
60%
50%
40%
Rating B
30%
20%
10%
0%
1999
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2001
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2002
2003
Rating C
D
Rating X
E
Rating
2004 2005 2006
2007
2008
2009
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2011
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Why Vetting? General Considerations
U
U
U
U
U
Vetting is not about refusing ships
± 100% ships are fully classed and certified.
< 3% tankers detained for less than 3 days, all are
trading for the remaining 362 days of the year.
They are all very good ships from first class and
reputable ship owners
± 100% ships are floating, loading and
discharging
How do you select your vessels?
Which are your criteria?
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Risk Zero does not exist
• 08/10/10 @ 05.30 Collision in English
Channel between a chemical tanker, YM
Uranus, and a bulk carrier.
• Hull and ballast tanks severely damaged,
vessel quickly listing.
• Crew abandoned the ship.
U
U
U
U
Perfect accident response & Vessel towed to naval base in Brest
12/10/10: 6000 mt benzene transferred without pollution on Stolt Teal
Since 10/10, the accident was not in the news anymore
Professional management considerably assisted to mitigate the risk; the
charterer was never named! Vetting identifies those professionals.
08/10/2010 @ 08.17 a Wikipedia page is created about this accident.
The page is still existing.
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Thank You For Your Attention
Contact:
Jean-Philippe GOBILLON
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Tel + 32 3646 9381
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