Security and Safety
- ISM code(International Safety Management - International Safety Management Code for ship operation and pollution prevention)
The three ships undergo constant controls by French Maritime Affairs’ services and by the classification company Bureau Veritas which regularly inspects the hull, machinery and safety equipment, thus helping to control the most important risks to which our ships are exposed.
The crew members have French qualifications which comply with international standards of training, certification and watchkeeping (STCW).
Fire drills and abandon ship drills are organised every week
French Maritime Affairs control the organisation of safety management once a year:
- ship maintenance policy
- crisis management
- risk analysis
- ISPS code (International Ship and Port Facility Security Code)
“Safety” procedures have been drawn up to meet the specific threats faced by passenger ships:
identity checks, vehicle and luggage checks, etc.
Drills are organised every three months within the company and once a year with the participation of the police and fire authorities.
Below, find the videos broadcast onboard before casting off which present the general security instructions in the event of an emergency situation.