PRS has been performing industrial supervision for several decades. Since 1991 it has been realized by PRS Industrial Supervision Division.
We perform technical and investor supervision basing on Construction Regulations Act and as an independent third party – in accordance with international standards, including standards of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers (FIDIC) and PRS own standards.
We also perform approval processes of products for compliance with terms of delivery or requirements of ISO standards for machinery, machinery elements, industrial installations and devices, all types of electric machinery and devices.
and technical and investment advisory services for future projects together with technical realization concept.
After completing the supervision with positive effect PRS issues the Certificate of Compliance which confirms the realized project’s compliance with the technical documentation, requirements of applicable standards and mandatory law, as well as the Safety Certificate which confirms that the object may be safely operated in accordance with the binding regulations. The Certificates are the basis for obtaining by the investor the object operation permit and insurance premium discounts.
On January 3, 2021 a traditional Christmas meeting for people of the sea and their families was held in the Redemptorist Church in Gdynia. Such meetings are organized annually by The Apostleship of the Sea. More »
We are proud and happy to start the jubilee year of our activity! For 85 years we have been combining the experience we have gained with great passion, effectively implementing our mission. Conducting business for the public interest, we ens... More »
On 01.01.2021 will enter into a force amended regulation 13 of MARPOL Annex VI. More »
In the Polish Register of Shipping (PRS), internal research works are performed, aimed among the others at the development of the strength calculation algorithms More »
We have prepared the information on amendments to AnnexX II to the MARPOL Convention and the IBC/BCH CODE - transport of substances that are persistent floaters on chemical tanker/oil tankers that will enter in force on 1st January 2021. More »