CDI COVID-19 Procedures update 12/5/2020

CDI Temporary COVID-19 Inspection procedures: Updated 12th May 2020

This notice supersedes CDIs temporary COVID-19 inspection procedures dated 5th May 2020

Whilst noting the commencement of relaxation in some parts of the world, regarding COVID-19 restrictions. In view of the ongoing global COVID-19 situation, CDI has updated its temporary measures to continue to facilitate and ease CDI stakeholders inspection requirements as follows

For CDI-Marine-
1. Ship Operators should continue to submit inspection requests to CDI in the usual manner.
2. However, to facilitate this on a temporary basis CDI will now have to use inspectors based locally in the country or in an adjacent country of the inspection request.
3. None the less, in the scenario where, following a request for a ship inspection and where CDI is unable to nominate an inspector to a particular port/country, due to COVID-19 related matters. CDI will temporarily on a case-by-case basis, extend the active report for the ship for a period of 3 months from the anniversary date of the initial inspection.
4. For those ships whose SIR�s archive date has already been extended by 2 months, the anniversary archive date is now automatically extended by an additional 1 month, in order to extend the anniversary date of the active report from 2 months, to 3 months. (However, all archived reports will continue to remain archived).

For CDI-T and IMPCAS-, this remains as follows
1. Any active CDI-T or IMPCAS report, which was due to archive from the 13th March to the 1st August 2020, will remain active in the database, until the 1st August 2020. (However, all archived reports will continue to remain archived).

CDI is continuing to regularly review the situation as matters change and develop on a daily basis.

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