Port State Scheduler

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Port State Scheduler
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  1. Describe the responsibility of the Scheduler.
    • 1. Identify inbound vessels utilizing matrix
    • 2. Ensure all entry documents valid
    • 3. Random
  2. State the purpose of the Port State Control Program
    Identify and eliminate substand ships from U.S. waters
  3. Why are vessels boarded by PSC personnel?
    Physically observe the vessel's compliance with international conventions
  4. Which foreign vessels are required to be inspected by law?
    Passengers and tankers are required by law all others are by policy
  5. Which vessels need to be boarded by PSC?
    Foreign vessels subject to SOLAS, MARPOL, ISPS, etc.
  6. Safety & environmental matrix criteria
    • 1. Ship Management
    • 2. Flag State
    • 3. Recognized Organization
    • 4. Vessel History
    • 5. Ship Particulars
  7. Security matrix criteria
    • 1. Ship Management
    • 2. Flag State
    • 3. Recognized Security Organization
    • 4. Security Compliance History
    • 5. Last Port of Calls
  8. What is the criteria to downgrade a vessel?
    • 1. Inspected in the last 6 months
    • 2. No serious descepiancy
  9. Describe the actions taken for the different boarding priorities
    • PI - Offshore
    • PII - Board at the dock
    • PIII - Not subject to boarding - other than random
  10. What are the 5 entry documents?
    • 1. ISM-Document of Compliance
    • 2. ISM-Safety Management Certificate
    • 3. International Ship Security Certificate
    • 4. Vessel Response Plan
    • 5. Certification of Finacial Resposibility
  11. Who needs a Certificate of Compliance
    Passenger & Tank
  12. Who needs a Sub Chapte "O" Endorsement?
    LNG & LPG Tankers
  13. What is a Vessel response plan?
    A Vessel Response Plan (VRP) is
  14. Describe the three types of PSC Examination.
    • 1. PSC Safety and Environmental Protection Compliance Examination, which checks how vessels comply with safety and environmental protection regulations and conventions;  
    • 2. International Ship and Port Security (ISPS)/Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) Security Compliance Examination, which checks how vessels comply with security regulations and conventions 
    • 3. Non-Convention Security Compliance Examination (for foreign vessels that need to comply with domestic regulations, but not international conventions), which checks how vessels that are not subject to SOLAS comply with security regulations and conventions. Refer to NVIC 04-03 for details.
  15. List the different types of ships requiring PSC Examinations for compliance with International Conventions and U.S. Laws and Regulations.
    • 1. Caribbean Cargo Ship Safety Code (under 500 GT) (P)
    • 2. Foreign Freight Vessels (P)
    • 3.  Foreign Tank Vessels (L)
    • 4. Foreign Passenger Vessels (L)
    • 5. Foreign flagged yachts ≥300 GT (P)
    • 6. Foreign Towing Vessel (P)
  16. List the MAJOR NOA violations regarding vessel information.
    • 1. Name
    • 2. Owner
    • 3. Operator
    • 4. IMO #
    • 5. Charterer
  17. List the MAJOR NOA violations regarding voyage information.
    • 1. Last 5 ports
    • 2. Destination
    • 3. Date/Time of arrival
  18. List the MAJOR NOA violations regarding Cargo.
    • 1. General description other than CDCs
    • 2. Name and amounts of CDCs if applicable
  19. List the MAJOR NOA violations regarding crew.
    • 1. Name
    • 2. DOB
    • 3. Nationality
    • 4. Passport or Mariner's License #
    • 5. Position or duties on the vessel
  20. List the MINOR NOA violations regarding vessel information
    • 1. Country of registry
    • 2. Call sign
    • 3. Name of class society
  21. List the MINOR NOA violations regarding voyage information
    • 1. Name of recieving facility
    • 2. Estimated time/date of departure
    • 3. Location & time reporting NOA
    • 4. Name & number of 24 hour contact
  22. List the MINOR NOA violations regarding cargo
    1. UN # of CDC; if applicable
  23. List the MINOR NOA violations regarding the crew
    where each crewmember embarked
  24. Who would be notified at Sector in case of a NOA violation
    • 1. PDO
    • 2. ACID
    • 3. CID
  25. What are the nine (9) control options that can be used for non-compliant vessels?
    • 1. Denial of Entry/Expulsion
    • 2. IMO Reportable Detentions
    • 3. Captain of the Port Order
    • 4. Customs
    • 5. Hold Restrictions of Operations/Vessel Movement
    • 6. Delay
    • 7. Comprehensive Security Inspection
    • 8. Letter of Deviation
    • 9. Lesser Administrative/Corrective Measures

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