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Matrix Audit and Inspection services include the services listed below,
structured to meet any client’s individual requirements.

Quality, Safety and Environmental Audits including:

  • Review of standard operating procedures in place against required standards such as ISO, ISM and/or other standards as required.
  • Inspection of all relevant records.
  • Interviews with key staff.
  • Detailed reporting of findings and conformance levels, with recommendations for
    corrective actions where appropriate.

Condition and Structural Surveys including:

  • One-off inspections or regular visits.
  • Inspection of Class and statutory records and certification.
  • Inspection of condition and status of safety equipment.
  • Inspection of deck machinery and navigational equipment.
  • Status of corrosion protection systems.
  • Review of cargo systems.
  • Inspection of accommodation spaces.
  • Inspection of machinery spaces and systems.
  • Opening up and inspection of machinery as requested and required.
  • Review of maintenance systems and records.
  • Inspection of operational records and logbooks.
  • Research and reporting on commercial aspects of the vessel’s trade.
  • Analysis of vessel performance reports.
  • Review of loading and discharging rates, and out-turn discrepancies.

 

Pre-Purchase Surveys including:

  • An independent report on the condition and operational status of the vessel(s).
  • Inspection of Class records and statutory certification including the status of conditions and recommendations affecting the Class status.
  • Inspection of drydock and major overhaul reports, including thickness measurement records where available.
  • Inspection of condition and status of safety equipment.
  • Inspection of deck machinery and navigational equipment.
  • Inspection of accommodation spaces.
  • Inspection of machinery spaces
  • Research and reporting on commercial aspects of the vessel's trade.
  • Additionally, where access can be obtained:

    • Inspection of machinery systems.
    • Status of corrosion protection systems.
    • Review of cargo systems.
    • Opening up and inspection of machinery as requested and required, where permitted.
    • Review of maintenance systems and records.
    • Inspection of operational records and logbooks.
    • Analysis of vessel performance reports.
    • Review of loading and discharging rates, and out-turn discrepancies.