Vetting Status report
The Vetting Status Report (VSR) delivers an overview of the oil major vetting results. Each cell has 4 lines: Inspection Date, Inspection Port, Status, Next Inspection Date. The VSR consists of 2 parts:
1. The left 3 columns are a summary indicating the latest CDI, SIRE and PSC inspection. CDI text becomes red if the next inspection date is older than 13 month or yellow if will become red within the next 6 weeks. SIRE becomes red if the next inspection date is older than 6 month and yellow if it becomes red within the next 6 weeks. PSC box becomes red if the ship was detained and yellow if the inspection had deficiencies.
2. The company columns show the latest oil major vetting result. The boxes become red if the next inspection date lies in the past and yellow if it will become red within the next 6 weeks. The cells are green if there the company is set to Approval Required in the ship acceptance table and black if is not meeting the Acceptance Criteria. The boxes remain white, if nothing is defined in that table.
The oil majors sequence (column sequence) is the sequence of the oil majors in the companies table
The ship row header contains the ship name, the abbreviation for ship type and the ship manager. The ships are grouped by Ship Manager and Ship Type. Within the groups they are listed in alphabetical order. The VSR lists only ship types that are exposed to vetting inspections (Chemical Tankers C, Gas Tankers G, Chemical/Product Tankers C/P, Crude Oil Carriers CO).
Important note: The Filter does not work on the VSR! The VSR can be printed but Export Report works not with the VSR.
The arrows in the report header can used to hide the first 3 columns. Left arrows hides, right arrow brings them back