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Information Flow in Maritime Safety Management Systems
ABSTRACT: The priority of the maritime transport operation is a high level of security, which must be constantly monitored by shipowners with a security management system. The origin of the International Code for the Management of Safe Ship Operations and Pollution Prevention and the revised guidelines for the administration of the ISM Code by administrations, the first formal mandatory standard for safety management and pollution prevention goes back to the early 1980s. Arrangement of safe ship management and operation and consequent minimization of errors human being by far the most common cause of marine disasters is its main. The shipowner's and ship's certification procedure for the Safety Management System (SMS) is in line with Regulation (EC) No 336/2006 [1] of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe of 15 February 2006 on the implementation of the ISM Code in the Community, together with the Commission's amendment European Union of June 16, 2008. The documentation contains a developed Safety Management System adapted to the conditions of a given shipowner. All elements of the system must be documented, and, above all, the duties must be described in the organizational structures. Documentation must indicate how management supervises activities at various levels, employee participation and individual management representatives in individual processes, and how the safety management system is constantly improved. The shipowner maintains a security management system in line with the requirements of the Code and complies with the requirements of the certification system. The amount of information and the speed of changes taking place in the environment makes it necessary to introduce a system of information management and channels of their flow not only within the organization, but also in communication with third parties. Proper management of information resources increases the efficiency and effectiveness of the system. In the publication, the possibility of a formalized description of information flow in a well-functioning shipowner's safety management system.
REFERENCES
Regulation (EC) no 336/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 February 2006 on the implementation of the International Safety Management Code within the Community and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 3051/95
International Safety Management Code ISM Code and guidelines on implementation of the ISM Code 2014 Edition, London, IMO London 2014
International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974, SOLAS consolidated text 2014 plus amendments IMO.2014.
Gucma L.: Wytyczne do zarządzania ryzykiem morskim. Wydawnictwo Naukowe Akademii Morskie, Szczecin 2009, ISBN 978-83-89901-42-2 (in Polish)
Mrozowska A.: Implementacja Międzynarodowego Kodeksu Zarządzania Bezpieczną Eksploatacją Statku i Zapobieganiem Zanieczyszczeniu, Logistyka 6/2014, str. 960-967
Regulation of the Minister of Infrastructure of June 1, 2011 on inspection and safety documents of a sea-going ship (Journal of Laws No. 119 item 688, paragraph 18)
The Act of 18 August 2011 on maritime safety
Commission Regulation (EU) No 1158/2010 of 9 December 2010 on a common safety method for assessing conformity with the requirements for obtaining railway safety certificates;
Commission Regulation (EU) No 1169/2010 of 10 December 2010 on a common safety method for assessing conformity with the requirements for obtaining a railway safety authorisation
Citation note:
Graboń-Chałupczak M.: Information Flow in Maritime Safety Management Systems. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 14, No. 3, doi:10.12716/1001.14.03.15, pp. 637-640, 2020

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