Enablers affecting Ship owners and Operators

Ship Owners and Operators
Ship owners and operators refers to all different stakeholders involved in operation concerning planning, operation, and management of ships e.g. ship operators and onboard crew.
EN-034 – A possible contractual arrangement to enable the service.
A contract term for the relevant services is crucially connected to the predictability and certainty of legal consequences associated with the service transactions. Some aspects are particularly important such as the breach of confidentiality, privacy or data protection, or breaches of regulatory or security requirements such as breaches giving rise to regulatory fines. A contractual arrangement would make the operational requirements legally binding and enforceable against the participants, regulate content of operational requirements , define and govern the legal rights, responsibilities and liabilities of the participants. Such a contract could be part of the mandatory requirements for STM actors � ensuring ID registry and liability � �STM Rule book�.
EN-051 – Improved contracts including clauses that establish terms for implementing right steaming.
Port call synchronization and green / right steaming requires a change in existing contract templates (charter parties) providing incentives for just-in-time approaches and establishing / communicating / committing to port of readiness.
EN-114 – Format standardisation of vessel particulars and manoeuvring characteristics
The standard is a subset of the Voyage Information format standard. Covers all facts and specefications of the vessel needed for carrying out STM services (e.g Voyage Optimisation, Port call Synchronisation, etc). Exisisting services like Q88.com, SIRE, FairPlay.
EN-143 – Regulations of historic routes usage
For providing historical data, regulations for third party usage must be established, e.g. commercial sensitive data.
EN-187 – Time-stamp definition
A common standard for time stamps (ETA, ETD, ETB etc.) is approved by the international maritime community.
EN-059 – New procedures onboard to synchronise/coordinate time of arrival with ports
Preparations onboard based on information given i.e. delay. Develop new process to synchronise actors.

Virtual ETA (to implement that to involved parties)

EN-078 – Procedures for acknowledgement of information between ship and area manager.
New technical function needed, standard needed
EN-079 – Establish procedures for production and distribution of dynamic area information
Operating procedures for shore based personnel.
EN-139 – Procedures and rules for issuing and using Voyage ID are in place
Develop procedures and rules on how to issue and use Voyage ID�s.

Procedures and rules for EN-134 as well as regulating the use of voyage IDs (such as e.g. for how long voyage ID�s should be possible to access after the voyage has been conducted).

EN-057 – Training of Master and port operators using enhanced information as basis for decision making regarding planning and realisation of port call operations.
Responsibilities for ships and port operators using enhanced information as basis for decision making regarding planning and realisation of port call operations.

I.e. if berthing time will be delayed by 7 hours. Captain can choose to reduce speed to arrive just in time or maybe arrive as first planned.

EN-120 – Training in operation for new system and procedures
To be part of IMO STCW and detailed in IMO model course for deck officers at operational level.
EN-124 – Education and Training how to use route exchange
Consider to be part of IMO STCW and detailed in IMO model course for deck officers at operational level.
EN-178 – Training in operation of new functionalities and route cross-check procedures
Route cross-check is a new service made possible by route exchange and training in new procedures for both ship and shore is needed.
EN-157 – Storage and availability of historical route plans
Technical infrastructure supporting the Route Catalogue service, enabling the storage of earlier published route plans.
EN-160 – Technical integration with existing actor registers in shipping
The possibility to connect the Identity registry to existing catalogue services providing actor registries (such as managed by IMPA, FONASBA, IHMA etc.).
EN-189 – ECDIS systems updated to be Route Exchange Format compatible
Actual implementation of Route Exchange Format in various equipment on board and on shore.
EN-201 – Subscription of relevant ship reporting data in shipping ERPs
The provision of an information service for subscription of data reported to by a specific voyage (time-stamps, Statement of facts, statistics).
EN-202 – Unique Voyage ID implemented in ship operators tools
Technical infrastructure for providing UVID (Unique Voyage ID ) to Ship-operators (UVID, ID-series, Actor identification ID, etc.). The UVID must also be implemented in Shipping ERP�s so that the UVID is used for all external communication about the Voyage.
EN-116 – Port Call Synchronisation Service
The objective is to coordinate the vessels approach with port of readiness.