In this example, the vessel has had an apparently very good safety record.

The vessel scores well across Incidents, PSC deficiencies, detentions, Flag and Class.

However, the DOC has performed poorly with a sub-score of one. This identifies that other vessel’s managed by this DOC have performed very poorly and this could create an associated risk factor for this vessel.

On the plus side we can see that this vessel is in possession of a valid and acceptable RightShip Inspection which gives confidence the latest physical condition of the vessel has been verified as well as the current Safety Management Standards onboard.

As we look at this vessel’s activity timeline:

It has a relatively good safety record, with no incidents and multiple clean PSC’s.

There are three PSC inspections with deficiencies, however upon closer look, the most one recent in September 2019 had just one deficiency.

There are two deficiencies in mid 2017 and mid 2016, both of which are no longer recent enough to impact this vessel’s overall Safety Score.

Despite this vessel having strong performance in many categories, the DOC performance has contributed to this vessel’s overall Safety Score being a three.

And when benchmarked, its peers are a Safety Score of four indicating that it is below those vessels of the same type and size.

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