LATIN AMERICAN PANEL (LAP)
PORT STATE CONTROL
- Complement to Flag Sate -
ACTIVITIES OF THE LATIN AMERICAN
AGREEMENT
Secretariat of the Viña del Mar Agreement
Captain Andrés Manuel MONZÓN
- 2006 -
ORGANIZATION
BODIES
AUTHORITIES
COMMITTEE – SECRETARIAT – CIALA
ARGENTINA PANAMA
BRAZIL
PERU
CHILE
URUGUAY
COLOMBIA
VENEZUELA
CUBA
BOLIVIA
ECUADOR
HONDURAS
MEXICO
PURPOSES
ESTABLISH AN EFFECTIVE REGIONAL AGREEMENT ON
SHIP CONTROL
MAINTAIN AN EFFICIENT AND HARMONIZED INSPECTION
SYSTEM
PREVENT DISCRIMINATION OR DIFFERENT TREATMENT
AMONG PORTS
COMMITTMENTS BY THE AUTHORITIES
• MAINTENANCE OF AN EFFICIENT SYSTEM TO GUARANTEE
- WITHOUT DISCRIMINATION AS TO FLAG - THAT FOREIGN V
ESSELS VOLUNTARILY VISITING PORTS OF THEIR STATES
COMPLY WITH THE RULES SET FORTH IN THE PERTINENT
INSTRUMENTS.
• A MINIMUM OF 15% OF DIFFERENT FOREIGN VESSELS
INSPECTED (20% AT PRESENT AND PLANNED TO BE 25%).
• CO-OPERATION AND INFORMATION EXCHANGE AMONG
ARITIME AUTHORITIES.
M
OPERATIONAL FRAMEWOFK
•OPERATIONAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT TO
E
RRADICATE SUBSTANDARD SHIPS, WITHOUT FAILING T
O OBSERVE THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
I
NCLUDED IN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS.
•OFFICER IN CHARGE OF SUPERVISION ABLE TO
COMMUNICATE IN ENGLISH WITH CREWMEMBERS.
•OFFICIAL LANGUAGES: SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE
REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
RELEVANT
INSTRUMENTS
IMO GUIDELINES
LL66
Resol. A787 (19)
SOLAS 74 – PROT 78
Resol. A882 (21)
MARPOL 73-78
Circulars
STCW 78
COLREG 72
CLC 69 – PROT 76/92
TONNAGE 69
OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES
OF THE AGREEMENT
PSCO Handbook
PSCO Guide
Checklists
GENERAL STATISTICS
- Inspected Ships –
Tankers vs. Other ship types
2003
2004
tankers
9%
others
91%
2005
others
90%
tankers
10%
others
89%
tankers
11%
- Inspected Ships Three-year term tendency
2003
t ankers
9%
Other ships
o t hers
9 1%
4905
3849
380
2003
4250
540
2004
Tankers
2004
550
tankers
11%
others 89%
2005
2005
others
90%
tankers
10%
- Ships with deficiencies –
Tankers vs. Other ship types
tankers
6%
2003
2004
others 91%
others
94%
2005
o t hers
89%
t ankers
11%
tankers
9%
- Ships with deficiencies –
Three-year term tendency
tankers
6%
2003
Other ships
1300
1368
88
135
2003
2004
1563
others
94%
2004
tankers
9%
189
2005
others 91%
2005
Tankers
o t hers
89%
t ankers
11%
- Detained ships –
Tankers vs. Other ship types
2003
tankers
10%
2004
others
93%
others
90%
2005
others
92%
tankers
8%
tankers
7%
- Detained ships –
Tankers vs. Other ship types
2003
tankers
10%
other ships
130
107
88
12
7
2003
2004
tankers
others
90%
2004
tankers
7%
12
2005
others
93%
2005
others
92%
tankers
8%
Relation inspected ships / ships
with deficiencies
other ships
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
tankers
2003
2004
2005
Type
2003
2004
2005
Three-year
average
Tankers
23,16%
25,00%
34,36%
28,03%
Others
33,78%
32,19%
31,87%
32,54%
Relation Inspected ships /
Detained ships
other ships
tankers
0%
2003
Tanques
Otros
2004
2005
2003
2004
2005
3,16%
2,78%
1,30%
2,07%
2,18%
2,65%
Promedio
Trienio
2,11%
2,50%
OBJECTIVES
INTERTANKO
MARITIME AUTHORITIES
SAFE TRANSPORT
SAFETY OF NAVIGATION
CLEANER SEAS
MARINE ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION
FREE COMPETITION
MARITIME SECURITY.
 FACILITATION OF TRANSPORT AND TRADE
BY WATER
• PORT STATE CONTROL: Activity to be developed and implemente
d efficiently by Maritime Authorities in order to achieve their goals.
Thank You.
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