Statistical Data for Tokyo MOU Concentrated Inspection Campaign

Tokyo MOU has published deficiency analysis for the CIC performed on Structural Safety and the International convention of Load Lines between 1st September 2011 and 30 November 2011.

OVERAL
*Total Inspection 7534 which included 5901 CIC inspections
*2929 related deficiencies
*83 detained ships with 346 deficiencies
*Detention rate for CIC 1.41% of overall detention rate for that period 4.59%

FLAGS

Highest number of inspections:
*PANAMA 1900 (32.2%)
*HONG KONG 468 (7.93%)
*LIBERIA 366 (6.2%)
*SINGAPORE 347 (5.88%)

FLAGS with highest related detentions
*CAMBODIA 23 (27.71%)
*PANAMA 21 (25.3%)
*SIERRA LEONE 7 (8.43%)
*VIET NAM 7 (8.43%)

SHIP TYPES

*Bulk Carriers 1898 (32.16%)
*General Cargo Vessels 1565 (26.52%)
*Container Vessels 983 (16.66%)

TYPE Of DEFICIENCIES

*Ventilators, Air pipes, casings 554 (18.91%)
*Hatchways, Tarpaulins 273 (9.29%)
*Doors 245 (8.36%)

The large number of deficiencies relating to cargo hatch openings was of a concern to the PSC Committee