Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE) is a standard assessment used by tanker owners and operators in order to identify any operational deficiencies in their fleet or their ship. VIQ, Vessel Inspection Questionnaire, is a document within the SIRE, which offers and ensures ships' safety by means of additional safety precautions to all tankers. Chapter 10 of the VIQ covers Engine and Steering Compartments. In this course, we will discuss this chapter and common observations that are found by vetting inspectors with regards to the Engine and Steering Compartments.
Upon completion of this course, the candidate will understand the items covered under Engine and Steering Compartments chapter 10 of the VIQ and how to prepare and avoid common observations.
The learning objectives of this course will include;
- Introduction to SIRE and the VIQ system.
- Understanding the preparations for a VIQ inspection.
- Knowledge of the most common observations with regards to Engine and Steering Compartment preparedness.
- Understanding how to avoid such observations by the vetting inspectors.