Av Larco 743 of. 703
Miraflores
(Lima18-Perú)

 

e-mail:
technical@globalmarineperu.com

tel (511) 242 7460 anexo 105
tel (511) 242 9966
fax (511) 242 7432

 

HISTORY

Global Marine Surveyors Group S.A.C first started operating in February 1995, being set up by personnel who had been closely involved in ship operating and seafaring affairs while employed by shipping companies since 1980. The company was originally set up to compete in the area of maritime consultancy specializing in Company Safety Management System implementation in shipping companies and onboard the ships including seafarers training onboard. The company rapidly grew in marine survey business in 1998, due in large part with developing relationships with several worldwide flag convenience maritime administrations and recognized organizations to conduct SMS audits, safety and statutory inspections in all registered vessels calling the Peruvian ports.

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In the marine survey market the company has the ability to provide a surveys ranging from classification, statutory surveys to commercial survey.

GMSG SAC ‘s goal is to provide product excellence and superior account management to our marine clients. Our growth and success is predicated on our daily business philosophy to embrace and periodically review the particular needs of our clients and to provide unparalleled service. GMSG is designed to grow significantly as a specialist in the marine surveying and consulting fields and to use its reputation and knowledge to deliver a superior product to our clients.

Global Marine Surveyors Group S.A.C growth has been measured, but has been steadily increasing worldwide. Our specialty is marine surveying and project management on behalf of our clients, maritime administrations, recognized organizations and shipping companies. Our goal is to provide the very best in project management, marine surveying and claims handling. Our growth and success is predicated on our daily business philosophy which embraces these basic factors:

  • Provide superior service to our clients.
    • Review each account to ensure that the finished product best fits the needs of the client

Global Marine Surveyors Group S.A.C Marine Surveyor and Consultants are marine professionals who have accumulated degree grades in bussiness and time in the profession, and have proven the technical skills necessary for designation as expertise.

Global Marine Surveyors Group S.A.C maintains memberships and associated memberships within the International Registered Certificated Auditors (IRCA), the Nautical Institute (NI), Institute Quality Assurance (IQA), International Federation of Shipmasters´Associations (IFSMA).

COMPANY DIRECTORS
MR. H. GONZALEZ, MR. M RUBINA

 

CODE OF ETHICS AND RULES OF PRACTICE

1. STRIVE TO ENHANCE THE PROFESSION OF MARINE SURVEYING

The surveyor will:

A) Be competent, prompt, diligent and demonstrate respect for the survey profession. (Competence requires knowledge, skill, thoughtfulness, and preparation reasonably necessary for the assignment).

B) Enjoy a favorable reputation within the local business community.

C) Cooperate in developing the marine surveying profession by:

1. Contributing one’s skill and knowledge to further the profession’s commitment to serving the public.

2. Exchanging general information with peers and associates.

3. Contributing to the work of technical societies, regulatory agencies, and specialized professional education. 

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2. MAINTAIN AND ENHANCE THEIR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE
The surveyor will:

• A) Participate in continuing education as required by the rules of the Society.

3. CONDUCT THEIR BUSINESS IN A PROFESSIONAL MANNER
The surveyor will:

• A) Accept only assignments that can be completed with professional competence.

• B) Advertise only in a dignified manner, being careful to avoid misleading statements.

• C) Respect the confidential nature of marine surveying.

4. MAINTAIN INDEPENDENCE, INTEGRITY & OBJECTIVITY
The surveyor will:

• A) When representing the client: endeavor to present facts and opinions without prejudice.

• B) Refrain from suppressing, over-emphasizing or manipulating facts.

• C) Set fees based on work performed for a client and avoid any form of compensation that could be perceived as corrupting judgment.

5. AVOID PREJUDICE AND CONFLICT OF INTEREST
The surveyor will:

• A) Avoid assignments that would create a conflict of interest.

• B) Inform the client of any business connection, interest or affiliation that might influence judgment or impair the disinterested nature of a survey.

• C) Accept compensation from more than one source only with the full knowledge of the interested parties.

• D) Not make false, misleading, deceptive or unfair statements concerning member surveyors or the surveyors services, qualifications or integrity.

WORKING RELATIONSHIP

GMSG works closely with:

• Bureau of Maritime Affairs Republic of Liberia. www.liscr.com.

• Office of the Maritime Administrator Republic of the Marshall Islands.

• The Bahamas Maritime Authority.

• Maritime Consulting and Research GMBH (MARCARE).

• Isthmus Bureau of Shipping (IBS). www.ibs.com.pa.

• Vanuatu Maritime Services LTD.

• Autoridad Portuaria Nacional (APN), Perú.

• Dirección General de Capitanías y Guardacostas (DICAPI), Perú.

• Superintendencia de Banca y Seguros (SBS), Perú.

MEMBERSHIP

• International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA),UK. 

• The Nautical Institute (NI). 

• The Institute of Quality Assurance (IQA), UK. 

• International Federation of Shipmasters Associations (IFSMA). 

• American Society of Quality (ASQ). 

• Superintendencia de Banca y Seguros (SBS) – Perú. Superintendency of Bank and Insurance (SBS) – Peru.

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