Survitec aims to expedite drydocking schedules

by | 2nd July 2023 | Shiprepair & Maintenance - News, Equipment

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A new pre-inspection service has been launched by Survitec

Maritime safety systems supplier Survitec has introduced a new pre-inspection service designed to help ship owners and managers optimise and expedite drydocking schedules, covering the servicing and inspection of onboard safety and lifesaving equipment.

Under the terms of the scheme, a qualified service technician boards the ship during normal port operations to assess and verify the scope of work, with the added benefit of helping to ensure drydocking does not overrun and ships leave on time, fully certified and within budget.

The company states the pre-inspection does not have to take place in the same yard or location where the drydocking is scheduled. As part of the service, Survitec teams review and set out a work schedule in line with regulatory requirements. This includes collating and reviewing the necessary safety certificates and documentation and liaising with the shipyard and suppliers to expedite parts, procurement and equipment servicing.

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