NYK Rumina and Asuka receives Japanese Pilots’ Best Quality Ship...
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NYK Rumina and Asuka receives Japanese Pilots' Best Quality Ship Award

NYK Rumina, a container ship of NYK and Asuka II, a cruise ship owned and operated by NYK Cruises Co. Ltd. (head office: Yokohama; president: Hiroshi Hattori), have been recognized with the Best Quality Ship Award for 2016 by the Japan Federation of Pilots’ Associations (JFPA).* Today, an awards ceremony was held at the Todofuken Kaikan in Tokyo.

26 June 2017 - 12:00 - Update: 27 June 2017 - 09:15

NYK Rumina, a container ship of NYK and Asuka II, a cruise ship owned and operated by NYK Cruises Co. Ltd. (head office: Yokohama; president: Hiroshi Hattori), have been recognized with the Best Quality Ship Award for 2016 by the Japan Federation of Pilots’ Associations (JFPA).* Today, an awards ceremony was held at the Todofuken Kaikan in Tokyo.

The Best Quality Ship Award was founded in fiscal 2003 with the aim of enhancing awareness of not only safe vessel operations but also the need for environmental conservation within our ports and oceans.

Comprehensive evaluations by pilots were done for vessels that requested pilot operations at pilotage districts throughout Japan during the months of September and October 2016, and in total seven vessels were recognized for their excellent operations.

The ships were evaluated for their sure implementation of safety measures, sufficient training of bridge crew in Bridge Resource Management,** directive and command systems on board the vessel, crew awareness for safe operations, and systems in place for easing cooperation with pilots.

NYK Group will continue its efforts to secure safety operations for on board and land-based parties, ensuring safety as our most important task.

* Japan Federation of Pilots’ Associations (JFPA): Under the revised Pilotage Law, the JFPA was founded on April 1, 2007, as an incorporated national federation composed of district-wide pilot associations.

** Bridge Resource Management: Management method employing the concept of Cockpit Resource Management developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This method aims to utilize human resources on the bridge from where a ship is controlled, and to improve human/machine interfaces.

Left; Hisashi Kogue, Captain of AsukaⅡ

 

Left; Pablo Mussi, Technical Fleet Manager of Columbia Shipmanagement Ltd. (a ship management company of NYK Rumina)

Source: VesselTracker.Com
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