Marinerating.com Traffic Light Vessel Risk Ratings Explained

IMRRA researches threats and vulnerabilities to safer vessel management.

Undertaking Risk Mitigation, Risk Management and KPI Safety Measurement for its customers.
A three-stage vessel safety identification process.

1. Stage One

Look-up the vessel and the corresponding traffic-light risk rating, Red, Amber or Green risk warning?

User guide stage 1

2. Stage Two

Refer the vessel’s risk rating percentage against the Fleet Type Average to view the vessel’s safety risk profile against the fleet average.

Vessel Traffic Light Risk Ratings explained:

Red vessel risk ratings
Immediate action to control the vessel hazard. High risk for severe incidents/casualties

What causes Red vessel risk ratings?
Major recent casualty or incident, long term poor vessel safety and maintenance histories contribute towards red warnings.

Amber vessel risk rating
A planned approach to vessel risk management, apply temporary risk management as required.

What causes Amber risk ratings?
Due to change of risk factors including: Casualty & Incidents History, Classification Society (Change of Class), Technical Manager Fleet Performance, Vessel Particulars, and/or Dynamic risk factors, inspection results, vessel casualties and detentions, Technical manager risk profile.

Green vessel risk ratings
A high standard of vessel operation, Green risk ratings are more likely to increase your profits.

Why green vessels have less risk
Example data includes: All trading certificates are in date, no legislation infringements in place, crew matrix requirements met, Operator risk profile and casualty history is acceptable, trading certificates are up to date, ship survey, terminal safety inspections, detentions.

3. Stage Three

Purchase a new vessel risk rating report by visiting marinerating.com/register

You can review a sample vessel risk rating report here:
FUTURA-Risk-Rating-Report