Ocean Time Marine delivers innovative maritime digital solutions, services and resources – assisting vessel operators and owners develop a stronger safety culture at sea and ashore. Our vessel safety and vessel management products assist regulatory compliance, reduce risk, improve performance and promote sustainable development.
A Safety Management System (SMS) template from Ocean Time assists vessel owners and operators to write their own SMS by completing an interactive PDF template and selecting pre-written procedures and policies suitable for their operation.
The SMS template assists with compliance for state and federal government authorities such as AMSA (NSCV Part E), MNZ, TC, USCG and MCA.
A free Safety Reference App for Apple iPad® and iPhone® – featuring useful safety information for person overboard, collision, first aid, bilge pumping, severe weather, re-fueling, watch keeping, anchoring and fire.
Improve safety management with interactive PDF Permit to Work forms and safety checklists. For domestic commercial vessels of all sizes, superyachts and fishing trawlers.
The online Dashboard provides a single access-point of all survey and compliance details to Captains, vessel managers / operators, DPAs and auditors – making survey and compliance audits easy.
For both planned and unplanned maintenance, reporting and inventory management. The Planned Maintenance System streamlines the planning, documentation and implementation of maintenance work and surveys on-board.
Headquartered in Melbourne, Australia, Ocean Time Marine has followed it’s vision since 2012 of bringing simplicity and cost-effective digital safety management and vessel management solutions to maritime industries around the world.
We are committed to helping seafarers aboard vessels and all others involved in any aspect of maritime safety with greater control, accountability and solutions that help to stay compliant and safe at sea.
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The Australian Federal government has announced an additional $10 million in funding for the launch of the National System for Domestic Commercial Vessel Safety (National System) administered by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) which began on 1 July this year.
With a myriad of emergent new technologies on the horizon of the maritime industry, such as autonomous vessels, it is vital that regulations are established to ensure the safety, security and efficiency of a new generation of ships. Just as car companies are betting big that self-driving vehicles will change our roads, shipping companies are making a […]
Mr Justice Teare has called on the maritime regulatory authorities to tighten the rules governing the inspection of yachts. The Cheeki Rafiki lost its keel as the crew were returning the 40ft yacht from Antigua to the UK in May 2014, they encountered trouble 1,000 miles from the United States with all four crew members tragically losing their […]
Norwegian start-up technology firm ScanReach is set to redefine safety standards at sea with In:Range, a unique system capable of locating anyone on a vessel or offshore installation in real time. The plug and play technology is deceptively simple, easy to install, low cost and, according to the team behind it, could save countless lives […]
A Human Factors Dimension to Your SMS The need to have a Fatigue Management Plan (FMP), which is often viewed as a daunting task for operators of all sizes and complexities. In reality though, if seen as an extension of your existing SMS, the challenge is not as big as you might think. And, an […]
It is a long held traditional belief that fish do not feel pain the way that humans do, largely due to the fact that they have unsophisticated nervous systems, and lack brains complex enough to generate a conscious awareness of pain. However, after extensive research, fish biologists around the world have put together considerable evidence […]
As part of an initiative to improve marine safety, enhance emergency response capacity, and protect Canada’s coastline, the Canadian Government is investing $1.5 billion dollars into its Oceans Protection Plan. Funding will be distributed over a five year period, commencing in 2017-18.
There are several types of seals, which are divided into two key groups – face seals and lip seals. Both use an articulated rubber sleeve to keep the water out, and are similar in appearance, but lip seals seal via a lip, or sometimes two, whereas a face seal uses a collar that attaches to […]
Ocean Time Marine partners with Maritime Survey Australia to deliver Marine Surveying and Maritime Consulting services to the Maritime industry both in Australia and overseas.