What is an Oil Record Book?
The oil record book is a critical document used in the maritime industry to keep track of oil operations on ships. It’s used to record information about the discharge of oil, oily mixtures, and the handling of oily waste.
The purpose of an oil record book is to ensure that ships are in compliance with international regulations and to provide a complete record of oil operations. However, manual record-keeping can be time-consuming, prone to errors, and difficult to access. That’s where Streamlog Oil Record Book comes in.
The Key Functionalities of Our Oil Record Book
Oil Tracking and Documentation
Easily track and document oil operations, including the discharge of oil, oily mixtures, and the handling of oily waste.
Real-time data collection and analysis
Collect and analyze data in real-time, making it easier to identify trends and areas for improvement in your oil operations.
Automated Compliance Reporting
Comply with MARPOL Annex I and reduce the risk of penalties and fines, while also having a complete and accurate record of your oil operations.