Fulcrum help St Kitts & Nevis with seafarer documents
- June 17, 2018
- Category: Maritime security
St Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry
St. Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry have been using the Fulcrum cloud-based Seafarer Training & Certification System since 2012. St. Kitts have received positive feedback from the IMO for the implementation of this system during a voluntary Flag State Audit.
This system is designed with longevity in mind to provide St Kitts & Nevis with a strategic platform to meet STCW Requirements to 2018 and beyond. The system is fully supported and maintained by Fulcrum, with no access to any other 3rd Party companies or hosting or development.
Fulcrum Maritime Systems fully supported St. Kitts with the implementation of the system and migration of data and information from the accounting system, such as details about Manning Agents. This is part of the Fulcrum standard service and commitment to fully accompany and support our customers.
St. Kitts & Nevis have developed a network of approved Manning Agents around the world to process certificates for Seafarers of many different nationalities. The system is designed to handle names in different formats and languages.
At the end of 2017, St. Kitts & Nevis International Ship Registry had issued seafarer documents to over 25,000 seafarers certificates of many different nationalities. Without this system, this would not have been possible.