Respond to Any Crisis
Whether it’s COVID-19 or another emergency, when a crisis strikes you must act quickly to provide information and support to your workforce and passengers. During a pandemic, this mission becomes even more urgent, with people needing access to information they can trust.
Returning to sea will require careful planning, and OneView will support you in having the right people, in the right place, at the right time while keeping them safe and informed. Here Sam Watson, Dynama Product Specialist, explores three key features of the platform that will enable you to get back to sea as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
- Regulatory Compliance
The maritime and offshore industries are amongst the most heavily regulated with robust, clearly defined standards. The average ship undergoes dozens of announced and unannounced safety inspections per year, requiring your workforce to perform hundreds of hours to implement thousands of unscheduled tasks and specific requirements set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and other authorities. With OneView you know who and where staff are rostered and when they are working so you can ensure they can cover their duties and compliance achieved.
- Capability Planning
Having the correct mix of staff skills on a vessel is as vital as their ongoing professional development. Stimulsoft will generate detailed reports and dashboards showing current staff performance and KPIs while also providing full details of your organisation – both present and in the past and allowing you to plan into the future.
- Bunking and Berthing
OneView features include the ability to identify available cabins and crew accommodation for swift assignment. An additional benefit is the ability to gain instant notification of fellow cabin-mates should a crew member become symptomatic. Be able to track who is sharing with whom, what cabins are in use and which are available.
For more information call +44 (0)20 7355 5555, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or book a free 20-minute demo to see OneView in action.