Safety at Sea
As one of the largest accounting authorities and PSAs, NSSLGlobal provides a single supplier solution for your Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) needs. The GMDSS is an international maritime safety system, which uses satellite and terrestrial technology, alongside ship-board radio systems, to prevent accidents from happening and to automatically alert rescue authorities and nearby vessels in an emergency.
Under the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) convention, cargo ships of 300GRT and upwards, and all passenger ships on international voyages, must be equipped with satellite and radio equipment that conforms to international standards.
As a supplier of both the Inmarsat and Iridium GMDSS services we can ensure you have the right solution for your needs. NSSLGlobal has the safety of your vessel and the welfare of your crew covered. Additionally, NSSLGlobal can train and certify your crew on the use of GMDSS equipment.
Safety and rapid response at sea depend on superior and reliable communications in all conditions. NSSLGlobal’s Anti-Piracy Communication System has been designed to protect the safety of your crew in critical situations, while fulfilling the requirements of a citadel emergency communication system.
By combining a satellite and VHF communication system with an integrated uninterrupted power supply, your crew will be able to utilise the best communication method, no matter their location globally and even in the event of a power failure. The system is integrated into a ruggedised IP66 enclosure which is easy to wire and quick to install.
Ensuring the safety of our customers, their crew and equipment is forefront of our operations and are supported globally by our 24/7 technical network operation centres.
Keeping your vessels operational and safe
Vessel marine electronic NavCom systems are standardised by the IMO and SOLAS for maritime reporting purposes and are vital to ensure the safety and security of the vessel, as well as to others in the vicinity. We are well versed in meeting the IMO, SOLAS, and key marine Classification Societies’ regulations – with highly experienced engineers trained by several OEMs, and authorised to represent several marine Classification Societies
If any NavCom systems are defective and no longer supported, our field service engineers can install, integrate, and commission replacement systems in accordance with the vessel’s class. We have the resources to keep your vessel fully operational from the point of installation and throughout the life of your equipment.
If you have any questions, or want to discuss your organisation’s safety requirements, drop us a line using the form below and one of our team will get back to you shortly.