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Marine Safety Services

Safety and quality programmes adopted by the maritime industry have become increasingly sophisticated in recent years. However, the prevention of accidents and environmental damage still depends largely on the ability of the ship's crew to respond promptly and professionally in a crisis situation.


Working in the front line

BCTQ Marine Safety Services division (Formerly MSS) is at the forefront of the international maritime community's drive to improve safety, quality and environmental standards.

With almost 40 years of experience, we provide training where it counts - on board the vessel. Training and audits performed during the course of the voyage focus on the personnel, systems and equipment available to respond to external inspections and emergencies.


Flexible Shipboard Services

MSS provides a cost effective, voyage based solution to training and shipboard audit requirements. Each of our clients has distinct individual needs. We make every effort to match these needs with the individual expertise of the consultant, or consultants selected for the task.


Our clients benefit from a broad range of training options, which include:

  • Safety procedures onboard
  • Accident prevention
  • Emergency response
  • Fire prevention and fire fighting
  • Rescue and resuscitation
  • Abandon ship and survival at Sea
  • Enclosed space entry
  • Cargo hazards
  • Breathing apparatus
  • Safety equipment use and maintenance
  • ISM code requirements
  • Atmosphere sampling equipment
  • Ship/ shore interface
  • Pollution avoidance
  • Inert gas operations

Compliance with regulatory and commercial requirements

BCTQ's Marine Safety Services consultants perform shipboard safety, quality and environmental audits to help ensure the vessels meet regulatory requirements and avoid costly delays and detentions. Our consultants conduct over 200 technical/ safety audits on board vessels of all types each year. They concentrate on the timely, identification of problems which could have significant safety and commercial consequences.

Contact: John Waters at our Southampton Office on john.waters@bctq.com or Tel: +44 (0)2380 339449

All our services follow BCTQ's stringent code of confidentiality and discretion


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Titan

78m Abeking and Rasmussen built motor yacht.
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Pelorus

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Luna

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Eclipse

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Stavros S Niarchos and Prince William

Two 59m brigs designed for the Sail Training Association.
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Scillonian IV

79m RoRo Cargo & Passenger ferry.
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Galatea

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James Clark Ross

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