SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Process Relationship Customer  
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Purpose: Fulfill the requirements which: Establish, implement, and maintain prog...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives: <ul><li>To ensure: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Safety at sea,  </li></ul></ul><...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives: <ul><li>To fulfill the requirements of the ISO Standard which include: </...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Publications, Directives, Instructions &  Requirements: Chief of Naval Operations (CN...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals ABS Guide for Marine Health, Safety, Quality and Environmenta...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Applicability: Vessel procedures comply with the ISM Code and...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008)...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008)...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008)...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008)...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Manuals Safety Management System (SMS) (ISM Code Rev. 2010)  Provides Safety and...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Safety Management System (SMS) (ISM Code Rev. 2010)  Provides...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: MSFSC Top Management Responsible for operations of ships; Define an...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilties: MSFSC Top Management Determine the necessary personnel training and ...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: ISM/ ISO Steering Committees & Charters Establish, document, implem...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Quality Representative/ Designated Person Provide a link between th...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Master The Master shall be responsible for the seaworthiness  and s...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Principal Port Engineer Oversight of onboard maintenance programs  Organizing repairs...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Principle Port Engineers Knowledge as Related to SMS Position Description,  Objective...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to state how your work contributes to the success of MSFSC, Processing TRANSA...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to show how you support the vessel in its repair needs as per Procedure 10.7-...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to show survey / inspection status of your vessel(s) through records, certifi...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Personnel/Crew Personnel are familiar with their duties; Personnel ...
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Assessment and Audits:
SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THE  END
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  • Customer U.S. Navy/ PACFLT/ Fleet Forces Command
  • Class specific procedures are identified with an identifiable suffix i.e. AO, AH, AS, ARS etc.
  • Distribute 3 Policy Handouts
  • Distribute 3 Policy Handouts
  • Distribute 3 Policy Handouts
  • Distribute 3 Policy Handouts
  • Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) letter, Serial 09/5U300815 of 25 Feb 1985, Criteria for Operation, Maintenance, and Inspection of MSC Ships
    adhere to and use the practices and procedures of the commercial merchant marine shipping industry,
    classification of ships with the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and
    certification with the U.S. Coast Guard
     
    Commander Military Sealift Command (COMSC) message, DTG 241630Z Mar 98, provided policy and guidance on SOLAS and MARPOL IOPP certificates. Voluntarily comply with the spirit of applicable SOLAS and MARPOL conventions.
     
    COMSC Decision Paper on SMS of December 15, 2005
    “Implement and maintain a certified Safety Management Systems (SMS)
     
     
  • Procedures for the control of documents in System
    Procedures for the control of records various data bases and TRIM
    Procedures for nonconforming products in Processing Findings
    Procedures for conducting internal audits in SQMS Assessments Procedure
    Procedures for preventive actions in SAMMS PM
    Procedures for corrective actions in VRR, Availabilities Procedures
    ISO Standard ID’s items the Organization “SHALL” Document and record as necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes.
  • Procedures for the control of documents in System
    Procedures for the control of records various data bases and TRIM
    Procedures for nonconforming products in Processing Findings
    Procedures for conducting internal audits in SQMS Assessments Procedure
    Procedures for preventive actions in SAMMS PM
    Procedures for corrective actions in VRR, Availabilities Procedures
    ISO Standard ID’s items the Organization “SHALL” Document and record as necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes.
  • Procedures for the control of documents in System
    Procedures for the control of records various data bases and TRIM
    Procedures for nonconforming products in Processing Findings
    Procedures for conducting internal audits in SQMS Assessments Procedure
    Procedures for preventive actions in SAMMS PM
    Procedures for corrective actions in VRR, Availabilities Procedures
    ISO Standard ID’s items the Organization “SHALL” Document and record as necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes.
  • Procedures for the control of documents in System
    Procedures for the control of records various data bases and TRIM
    Procedures for nonconforming products in Processing Findings
    Procedures for conducting internal audits in SQMS Assessments Procedure
    Procedures for preventive actions in SAMMS PM
    Procedures for corrective actions in VRR, Availabilities Procedures
    ISO Standard ID’s items the Organization “SHALL” Document and record as necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes.
  • Defines levels of authority and lines of communication w/procedures identifying responsibilities for the Company, QR/DP, Master and Personnel.
    PD and Duty Statements, QMS/SMS Brief Sheets, MSFSC INST 5440.1 SORM
     
    Provides procedures to control all documents and data;
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Position Description, Duty Statements, Briefsheets, related SQMS procedures
  • Francis pelosi, sqms presentation

    1. 1. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    2. 2. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Process Relationship Customer 
    3. 3. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Purpose: Fulfill the requirements which: Establish, implement, and maintain programs related to safety, protection of the environment, and quality taking into account the unique design characteristics and operating requirements of each class of ship.   Include providing services to MSC (primary customer) and the US Navy that meets their requirements and expectations and improve our capabilities to do so.
    4. 4. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives: <ul><li>To ensure: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Safety at sea, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Prevent human injury or loss of life, and </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Avoid damage to the environment and to property, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Safe working environment, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Establish safeguards against all identified risks, </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Continuously improvement safety management skills </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>of personnel ashore and aboard ships, including </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>preparing for emergencies related both to safety and </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>environmental protection. </li></ul></ul>Safety Management System
    5. 5. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Objectives: <ul><li>To fulfill the requirements of the ISO Standard which include: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Providing services to MSC (primary customer) and the US Navy. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Specific, measurable objectives are established and monitored relative to MSFSC’s mission to MAN, TRAIN, EQUIP & MAINTAIN. </li></ul></ul>Quality Management System
    6. 6. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    7. 7. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    8. 8. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    9. 9. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
    10. 10. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Publications, Directives, Instructions & Requirements: Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) letter, Serial 09/5U300815 of 25 Feb 1985, Criteria for Operation, Maintenance, and Inspection of MSC Ships   Commander Military Sealift Command (COMSC) message, DTG 241630Z Mar 98 , Statements of Voluntary Compliance (SOVCs) and/or Statements of Fact (SOFs)   COMSC Decision Paper on SMS of December 15, 2005   USCG-MSC Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) ISO Standard 9001 (Rev. 2008)/ Quality Management System (QMS) ISM Code (Rev. 2010)/ Safety Management System (SMS) ABS Guide for Marine Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental Management (MHSQE)
    11. 11. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals ABS Guide for Marine Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental Management (MHSQE) Developed to assist ship owners, managers, and operators to improve the safety and environmental performance in the management and operation of ships.   ABS MHSQE Appendix 1 provides Correspondence Between ISM Code, ISO 9001:2008 & ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007, and ABS HSQE Guide
    12. 12. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Applicability: Vessel procedures comply with the ISM Code and audited to the ISM Code and the requirements of the Safety Management Procedures Manual. Shoreside procedures comply with both the ISM Code and ISO 9001 and audited to both the ISM Code and the ISO 9001 and the requirements of the Quality Management Procedures Manual.  
    13. 13. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals
    14. 14. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008) Provides Quality Policy and Quality Objectives;   Provides a Quality Management Procedures Manual includes: Procedures for the Document Control; Procedures for the Control of Records; Procedures for Processing Findings; Procedures for SQMS Assessments (Audits); Procedures for Preventive Actions; Procedures for Corrective Actions;
    15. 15. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008) Quality Management Procedures Manual documents and records necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes including: SQMS Policy Manual - top management’s commitment to the SQMS development and implementation;   Quality Representative;   Planning, developing, reviewing and communicating customer service requirements;   Service/Product conformity to specified purchase requirements;
    16. 16. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008) Quality Management Procedures Manual documents and records necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes including: Requirements for selecting and evaluating suppliers and purchasing services/products;   Resources needed to manage and meet customer requirements;   Training, evaluation and awareness of personnel;   Records of education, training, skills and experience
    17. 17. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Quality Management System (QMS) (ISO Standard 9001 Rev. 2008) Quality Management Procedures Manual documents and records necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes including: Maintenance of buildings, workspaces utilities, computer equipment and support services;   Management Review; and   Communications to convey the effectiveness of SQMS.
    18. 18. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals
    19. 19. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Manuals Safety Management System (SMS) (ISM Code Rev. 2010) Provides Safety and Environmental Policies and Objectives;   Provides a Safety Management Procedures Manual which includes: Safety and Environmental-Protection Policies;   Levels of authority and lines of communication;   Provides procedures to control all documents and data;   Provides instructions and procedures to ensure compliance with international and federal regulations; and Provides procedures, plans, instructions and checklist.
    20. 20. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM SQMS Procedures Manuals Safety Management System (SMS) (ISM Code Rev. 2010) Provides a Safety Management Procedures Manual which includes: Key shipboard operations; Preparing for and responding to emergencies; Reporting and responding to mishaps, near-misses, accidents, injuries;   Reporting and responding to nonconformities, major casualties and incidents; Ensuring the ships are maintained; Conducting internal audits and management reviews;
    21. 21. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: MSFSC Top Management Responsible for operations of ships; Define and document responsibility, authority and interrelation of all personnel affecting the quality, safety and pollution prevention; Responsible for ensuring resources and shore-based support; Ensure the master is qualified for command, fully conversant with management systems, given the necessary support; Define and document the master’s responsibilities; Ensure the ship is manned with qualified, certificated and medically fit crew; Determine the necessary personnel training and competence Ensure all personnel have an understanding of relevant rules, regulations, codes and guidelines;
    22. 22. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilties: MSFSC Top Management Determine the necessary personnel training and competence Ensure all personnel have an understanding of relevant rules, regulations, codes and guidelines; Ensure all personnel have relevant training; Ensure all personnel receive relevant information regarding management systems; Ensure new personnel are familiar with their duties; Provide training or take actions to ensure personnel are competent Maintain appropriate records of education, training, skills and experience; Conduct management reviews; and   Ensure all personnel are aware of how their activities contribute of quality objectives.
    23. 23. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: ISM/ ISO Steering Committees & Charters Establish, document, implement, maintain, and continually improve MSFSC’s management systems to the requirements of Safety and Quality Management based on the ISM Code and ISO Standards (9001:2008), respectively. ISM/SMS – Conduct Management Reviews approx. Quarterly ISO/QMS – Conduct Management Reviews Annually
    24. 24. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Quality Representative/ Designated Person Provide a link between the Company and personnel;   Liaise with external parties;   Monitor the safety and pollution prevention and adequate shore-based support; Process Findings; Verify Effective corrective actions.   Verify that the management system is established, implemented, and maintained;   Conduct management reviews and report to top management;   Provide awareness of meeting the customer, statutory & regulatory requirements.
    25. 25. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Master The Master shall be responsible for the seaworthiness and safety of the vessel, tow, onboard personnel, and equipment at all times. Fully conversant with management systems; Implements Safety and Environmental-protection Policies; Master has the overriding authority and responsibility to deviate from written instructions Motivate crew; Issue orders and instructions;    Conduct Safety Management System Review At Change of Command should not be greater than 12 months.
    26. 26. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Principal Port Engineer Oversight of onboard maintenance programs Organizing repairs and shipyard periods Ensuring that the vessels are inspected and maintained according to class standards, Navy regulations and MSC requirements Emergency response assistance when emergency repairs and assistance are required Responsibilities:
    27. 27. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Principle Port Engineers Knowledge as Related to SMS Position Description, Objectives of the SMS (ISM) and QMS (ISO), Quality, Safety & Environmental and Policies, Navigate the SMS/QMS to procedures, checklists and forms applicable to your position, ID and purpose of the Designated Person, how to contact the DP, Be able to produce your credentials, licenses and training records and certifications that are required for your position as PPE, Produce a Record of your ISM/SMS Training,
    28. 28. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to state how your work contributes to the success of MSFSC, Processing TRANSALTs per SMS Procedure 10.3-001-ALL, Ship’s Force Configuration Management, Be prepared to discuss and demonstrate your functions with regards to the procedure, 10.4-001-ALL, Preventive Maintenance, Ship’s preventive maintenance program especially in accessing status on oil testing, vibration analysis, etc, Be able to show SAMM feedback reports that you have filed or are tracking regarding conflicts between configuration and SAMM data and requirements. Be prepared to demonstrate the list of critical equipment (required by ISM Code clause #10.3) in the SMS Procedure 10.6-002-xx), Principle Port Engineers Knowledge as Related to SMS
    29. 29. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to show how you support the vessel in its repair needs as per Procedure 10.7-001-ALL, Corrective Maintenance, Be prepared to show list of VRRs generated by your ship, Response to CasReps regarding contracting industrial assistance and tracking to closure, Be able to discuss your involvement in 10.9-001-ALL, Ship’s Force Availability and Planning, Procedure and issuing Advance Planning Letter, Be prepared to demonstrate that you have access to regulatory and reference publications and indexed set of prints and technical manuals, Principle Port Engineers Knowledge as Related to SMS
    30. 30. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Be able to show survey / inspection status of your vessel(s) through records, certificates or access to SAFENET, Be able to show how you are contacted and your role in emergency response, and Understand and be prepared to discuss Procedure 9.1-001-SQ, Processing Findings Principle Port Engineers Knowledge as Related to SMS
    31. 31. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Responsibilities: Personnel/Crew Personnel are familiar with their duties; Personnel have an understanding of relevant rules, regulations, codes and guidelines;   Personnel are competent on the basis of appropriate education, training, skills and experience; and   Personnel can communicate effectively in the execution of their duties.
    32. 32. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Assessment and Audits:
    33. 33. SAFETY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM THE END

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