ABS Wavesight™ Unveils Fully Digital Support For Streamlined SIRE 2.0 Inspections

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  • The enhanced module now gathers pre-inspection data, including risk assessment metrics and areas of concern, in one digitized platform. This data can be easily transferred to inspectors transitioning to the SIRE 2.0 process, enabling them to conduct desktop reviews before physical inspections.
  • The digitized process streamlines inspections, allowing inspectors to focus more on vessel and crew-specific risk areas. This approach enhances efficiency and effectiveness in identifying and addressing safety concerns.
  • Paul Sells, President and CEO of ABS Wavesight highlights the significance of the enhanced service in supporting compliance and regulatory changes. The upgraded module simplifies the transition to a fully digital process and facilitates a three-dimensional risk inspection, providing valuable insights into vessel and crew safety and performance.
  • SIRE, developed by the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) in 1993, has been the industry standard for inspecting tanker quality and operational safety. SIRE 2.0, the first upgrade in 15 years, aims to address evolving industry risks with new technology to enhance inspection workflows.

Streamlining Transition To SIRE 2.0

Enhancements to the HSQE and Vetting Manager module enable owners to transition to SIRE 2.0’s risk-based approach, which allows better management of areas of vulnerability, while also helping operators assess future vessel performance.

The enhanced module now collects pre-inspection data, including areas of concern and risk assessment metrics that are compiled and digitized in one place and is easily transferable to inspectors transitioning to the SIRE 2.0 process. Inspectors can then perform desktop reviews before stepping on board, which streamlines the inspection process, allowing for greater focus on vessel and crew-specific risk areas.

“Our enhanced service provides owners and operators with regulatory-rich software to support compliance and regulatory changes. The enhancements to the HSQE and Vetting Manager module facilitate and simplify the shift to a fully digital process and three-dimensional risk inspection while offering deep insight into vessel and crew safety and performance,” said Paul Sells, President and CEO of ABS Wavesight.

ABS Wavesight™ Nautical Systems

SIRE was first developed in 1993 by the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) and has been the industry-standard regime for inspecting the quality and operational safety of tankers. SIRE 2.0 is the first upgrade to the program in 15 years and aims to address the industry’s evolving risks with new technology that can enhance inspection workflows.

ABS Wavesight™ Nautical Systems HSQE & Vetting Manager module combines safety management systems, risk mitigation, inspection, and change management in a comprehensive compliance management process to ensure safe and compliant operations.

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