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Mobile Application "SMS Check List"

Check List –this is a list of regular, minute actions that must be performed. Noting the check-list items, the staff member can learn about the status/correctness of this work and thereby provides the required amount of necessary action.

In accordance with ISM Code, clause 7: The Company should establish procedures, plans and instructions, including checklists as appropriate, for key shipboard operations concerning the safety of the personnel, ship and protection of the environment. The various tasks should be defined and assigned to qualified personnel.


The Mobile Application "SMS Check List" allows you to:

  • Get rid of paperwork by turning all paper receipts into electronic format;

  • Create your own standards based on our check list library;

  • Train new employees to standards while they are working.


The Mobile Application "SMS Check List" allows possibility for the company's specialists and crew using only a mobile device to:


  • Prepare any check list for SMS checking;

  • To check the shipboard SMS;

  • Identify the Check List by Ship, Port and Name of Inspector;

  • Make comments and photos on each item of the Check List;

  • Prepare report in PDF format;

  • Send the report by any convenient method (Email, WhatsApp, Viber, etc.));

  • Keep records of activities.

The Principle of operation The Mobile Application "SMS Check List":


The Mobile Application "SMS Check List" you can install via Google Play and iTunes or click on the appropriate link:










Examples of Check Lists that can be used in our Mobile Application: 



Navigational Check Lists

  1. 1.             

Preparation for Sea

  1. 2.             

Preparation a Passage Plan

  1. 3.             

Embarkation/disembarkation of pilot

  1. 4.             

Preparation for arrival in port

  1. 5.             

Navigating in restricted visibility

  1. 6.             

Navigating in Heavy Weather

  1. 7.             

Navigating in Ice


Engine Room Check Lists

  1. 8.             

Main propulsion plant stopped

  1. 9.             

Winter seafaring control

  1. 10.          

Generating plant preparation

  1. 11.          

Steam generating plant preparation

  1. 12.          

Changing over the watch Engine Room


BunkeringCheck Lists

  1. 13.          

Control before bunkering

  1. 14.          

Control during bunkering

  1. 15.          

Control after bunkering


Emergency Check Lists

  1. 16.          


  1. 17.          


  1. 18.          

Grounding (stranding)

  1. 19.          

Abandoning ship

  1. 20.          


  1. 21.          

Terrorism and Piracy




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International Association of Classification Societies’ (IACS) unified requirements (URs) E26 and E27 aim to minimise the frequency and impact of cyber incidents at sea.

The IMO has released Circular BWM.2/Circ.80 – Guidance on ballast water record-keeping and reporting. The circular aims to bring clarity to the record-keeping and reporting process under the BWM Convention, including guidance on completing the Ballast Water Record Book.

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Revised PSC procedures effective from January 2024
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