Important information from IMCA about the launch of the eCMID analytics hub

A new eCMID Analytics Hub has been launched 

IMCA has launched a new eCMID analytics hub within its System for vessel inspections.

The system provides real-time reports based on anonymised aggregate data from over 1100 inspections of offshore vessels and workboats undertaken using the latest eCMID and eMISW templates since May 2021 – a number which will only increase, as the system will track use across future versions of the templates.

The default report, which can be filtered by date and vessel type, identifies the questions and sections resulting in the highest proportion of findings during inspections. This will allow additional focus to be placed on these areas, which might be by vessel operators reassessing their procedures or through inspectors spending additional time reviewing areas of particular concern. Users can also review findings within each section of the report templates or can view the full analysis of report answers.

All registered users can access the findings analytics hub with this overall aggregate data. However, vessel operators registered within the eCMID are also able to filter the analysis to view a report covering their own fleet. This will enable them to address any common findings among their vessels, and to benchmark their performance against the overall reports.

Within IMCA, the findings data will be used to generate regular bulletins highlighting key findings, to identify topics for future safety campaigns and to support the continuing development of new and updated industry guidance.

Mark Ford (Marine & Quality Manager) said “The new analytics hub is a significant addition to the eCMID System, which will allow a greater understanding of safety performance within the industry. Vessel operators in particular will derive significant value from being able to see their fleet-wide performance and take action to address any areas of concern. The analytics hub also provides broader opportunities to IMCA and the industry to identify and act on key common hazards.”

The e CMID analytics hub is the latest in a series of significant enhancements to the system in recent years. Further developments planned in line with a roadmap identified by the cross-industry IMCA eCMID committee, which will be seeking feedback on the analytics hub and other aspects of the eCMID system via a user survey next month.

For support with the analytics hub or any aspect of the eCMID system, please visit www.ecmid.com, email support@ecmid.com or telephone +44 (0) 20 7824 5526