What are examples of “unexpected factors” that may trigger an additional inspection in the New Inspection Regime?

(1) Ships reported by pilots or relevant authorities which may include information from Vessel Traffic Services about ships’ navigation;

(2) ships which did not comply with the reporting obligations; (3) ships reported with outstanding deficiencies (except those with code 16 (within fourteen days) and code 17 (before departure)); (4) previously detained ships (3 months after the detention); (5) ships reported by the master, crew member or any person or organization with a legitimate interest in the safe operation of the ship, shipboard living and working conditions or the prevention of pollution; (6) ships operated in a manner to pose a danger; (7) ships reported with problems concerning their cargo, in particular noxious or dangerous cargo; (8) ships where information from a reliable source became known, that their risk parameters differ from the recorded ones and the risk level is thereby increased; (9) ships carrying certificates issued by a formerly Paris MoU recognized organization whose recognition has been withdrawn since the last inspection in the Paris MoU region.

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