In addition to our previous post
regarding Paris MOU NIR (New Inspection Regime) effective from 1 January 2011, vessels need to transmit the following info to the port authorities prior arrival. Failure to do so will result to targeted inspection by the Paris MOU PSC.
Description of requirement
Pre arrival notification at least 72 hours in advance. This is applicable either for port or anchorage arrival. If vessel is in a previous port of a distance less than 72 hours steaming then before departure of these port the vessel need to give the 72 hours notification.
Pre arrival notification 72 hours in advance. This is applicable to ships due for expanded survey
Pre arrival notification 24 hours in advance. All vessels
Actual time of arrival
Actual time of departure
The following info to be included in the 72 hours pre arrival notice:
1. Ships identification (Name, call sign, IMO number or MMSI number and flag)
2. Planed operations at the destination port or anchorage. (loading, discharging, other)
3. Planned statutory surveys inspections. If repair works are planed these has to be reported.
4. Date of the last expanded inspection
5. ETA /ETD
6. Port of destination
7. Plan duration of the call
8. For tankers
-Configuration, single hull;, double hull, etc
-Condition of cargo and ballast tanks. Full, empty, inerted
-Volume and nature of cargo
The following info to be included in the 24 hours pre arrival notice to port or Paris MOU anchorage:
1. Ship identification (Name, call sign, IMO number or MMSI number and flag)
2. Port of destination
4. Total number of people on board.