We are pleased to announce that the Marshall Art has passed her MCA International Safety Management (ISM) code audit.
Although exempt from the code as she is under 500 GT, the Marshall Art was successful in the voluntary audit which means she will receive a Document of Compliance and Safety Management Certificate to confirm the certification.
Chris Jakeman, Managing Director of Marshall Jakeman Marine, comments:
"We are delighted to have completed the ISM audit for the Marshall Art. Having been newly converted earlier this year, the vessel has been on back-to-back charters with a number of clients and we are thrilled with the feedback we've had so far."
The Marshall Art was converted in 2020 by Marshall Jakeman Marine from a pleasure craft to a dedicated survey vessel, and is operated and maintained by B Marshall Marine. The vessel offers a range of benefits that are unusual on a vessel of this size, and she is well-suited to multi-discipline survey projects. With a 2-Tonne A-Frame, spacious back deck and 4 double berth cabins for charterers, the Marshall Art benefits from dedicated survey sensor mounts and well-equipped workstations for survey crew.
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About the ISM Code
The ISM is an internationally recognised standard for the safe management and operations of ships, and for pollution prevention. The overriding objective is to ensure safety at sea, to prevent human injuries and fatalities, while avoiding damage to the environment.
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