eMaritime Group Busy Conducting Onboard Bridge Team ECDIS Audits

The eMaritime Group (eMG) offer a range of services including onboard Bridge Team ECDIS audits. In recent months, their navigation auditors have been sent around the world, including Spain, Italy, The Netherlands and Malta.

The aim of the audit is to provide the Captain, management company or operator an objective assessment of the state of the bridge team and associated administration and equipment. The intense one day procedure can be conducted worldwide; alongside or underway and includes the whole bridge team and highlights every aspect of navigation.

“I would highly recommend a navigation audit from ECDIS Ltd. Their specialists asked almost 100 questions to ensure our crews deep understanding of our ECDIS system.”

Haakon Losnegaard, Utkilen.

” ECDIS Ltd’s type specific training and assessment on board our company vessels was a brilliant exercise. They positively challenged our bridge crew’s knowledge of ECDIS by giving us practical demonstrations of our navigation equipment”

Dario Pasquini, Kline Shipping

Others have said:

 ” We were pleasantly surprised to find that as part of the audit service, we received a thorough healthcheck of our overall bridge procedures, documentation and company policy regarding ECDIS”

Due to eMG’s flexibility, they have been able to arrange audits at short notice anywhere in the world on any day of the week or even weekends.

“We appreciate ships need us to work around their schedule and accommodate them to allow the standard workflow. As such we are more than able to accommodate such demands. We don’t hold any punches with our audits, we have a lot of ground to cover in the single day and so crew tend to be quite overwhelmed by the end of the day. However our clients are always appreciative afterwards and have time to take in the information and always proves to be beneficial.”

Mark Broster, eMG Managing Director.

For more information please visit www.emaritimegroup.com and select ” Maritime Audits & Consultancy “.