A software solution such as ABPmer’s Port Assessment Toolkit (MarNIS) provides a pro-active approach to risk management, helping a port authority, Harbour Master or Port Safety Manager meet and exceed industry standards on risk management.
Our user-friendly software is currently used by more than 40 ports to execute a self-assessment, including port data gathering, port hazard identification, risk assessment, accident/incident recording and review.
Outputs include a prioritised and weighted hazards list, risk control options, accidents/incident records and printable reports.
To underpin decisions and provide a reflective approach, the Toolkit allows the linkage of accident and incident data with risk assessment creation and review. It therefore helps set priorities and focus on areas of concern.
The Toolkit is made up of three interconnected modules: documents register, operational risk management, and accident/incident reporting. Use the navigation pane to the right to explore each of these areas.
The software allows the user to develop a set of risk assessments in-line with Formal Safety Assessment (FSA) processes advocated by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and helps UK Harbour Authorities comply with the UK Port Marine Safety Code.