Eighty percent of all shipping accidents are the result of human error, but a closer look into the causes of that human error will show that some part of the system or interaction within the system caused the human error and hence the accident or incident. Compliance with the international codes encourages the establishment of processes to ensure continual improvement. It leads to confidence on the part of all those involved in the management of the vessel that its ships comply with requirements.
Many organizations are advised by trainers and consultants to implement controls to ensure compliance without regard for process and system management. At QMII, our system professionals help our clients ensure their systems are helping continually improve their organizations while also ensuring compliance.
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In the maritime industry, managing ship and shore operations can pose complexities not seen by other industries. Our 25 years experience helping companies focus on process and system management is the basis for our unique and recognized maritime training.
As part of our maritime services we also offer and facilitate:
- Annual Security Exercises for ISPS A/13.1 & B/13.7
- Security Exercises Combined w/ Pollution Control for ISPS A/13.1 & B/13.7
- Safety, Security and Pollution Control for Top Management and Vessel Command Teams
- Emergency Response for Vessel Command Teams and Company Emergency Response Teams
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