Why Choose ISC
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We are the pioneers in the layup industry with an exceptional track record spanning over 40 years.
ISC has a track record of proven excellence in the layup industry
- ISC’s History
- ISC’s Strengths
- ISC’s Accreditations
Key player in preparation of industry guidelines
As an industry pioneer, ISC was instrumental in the adaptation of guidelines and regulations used by statutory bodies in the layup industry. Lloyd’s Register’s main layup guidelines were drawn up by ISC in 2008 and it recently incorporated our additional layup guidelines for cargo containment system for LNG vessels. We continue to pave the way in the development and implementation of regulations and guidelines towards the continuous enhancement of the vessel layup industry.
ISC has an impressive list of satisfied clients
ISC has a team of experienced people to care for your vessel
Our competencies :
- extensive marine experience comprising ex-marine engineers and deck officers who possess seagoing Certificate of Competency and experience ranging from 3rd engineer up to Chief Engineer from various foreign going cargo vessels,
- adherence to regulations and guidelines
- cost consciousness
- strong problem solving skills
- result oriented
- highly motivated staff
Health, Safety, Security, Environment (HSSE)
Safety, security and protective measures are paramount to ISC. ISC takes pride in the stringent safety standards employed by its people, third party contractors and Clients. In 2015, ISC proudly marked its 3 million man hours without Lost Time to Injury (LTI).
The ISC HSSE approach:
- Zero tolerance approach to health, safety and security
- Employees are fully trained in emergency response and contingency planning.
- All laid-up vessels are fully equipped with live communication and GPS services to enable the on-board crew to contact base and other laid-up vessels.
- HSSEQ Manager is a qualified master mariner with more than 20 years of sea-going experience
Safe layup anchorage
Layup anchorage area is located in Brunei Bay, Sabah, a secure and sheltered anchorage specifically approved by the Malaysian government for the layup of ships and rigs.