1. Click applicable voyage in the Voyage Analysis Dashboard window.
A pop-up opens covering the screen containing data for the selected voyage and additional information, graphs and post voyage analysis overview and remarks fields.
2. For voyage information, view the Post Voyage Analysis, located to the right.
3. Click the blue boxes in the graph above the remarks.
For each, a separate detailed voyage audit log opens.
4. Click Close.
The Detailed Voyage Audit Log will close. No changes can be made in it - for information purposes only.
5. Click applicable remark to view comments from Operators and to select concern type.
The information of the selected remark displays to the right of the remarks list. The Senior Operator views the comments from the Operator and selects concern type.
6. Click applicable remark/s edit icon to open the Edit Remark comments field. Note: Hover the cursor above and the icon will switch from black to red. Also, a remark can be added by an operator without access to the dashboard by entering a remark against the voyage (using the standard remarks function). It will appear in the dashboard as well and vice versa.
The Edit Remark icon switches from black to red and once clicked the Edit Remark pop-up opens.
7. Enter follow-up time, comments querying the deviation and click Save Remark.
The Edit Remark field will close and the added follow-up time and comments querying the deviation saved.
8. Click Close.
The main voyage pop-up will close, the remark added. The voyage is returned to the Operator for further feedback and discussion. The voyage remains listed in the Deviations tab.
9. Click the deviations settings icon at the top left above the Deviations tab.
The Deviations Settings pop-up opens.
10. Alter the parameters in the pop-up and click Save.
The parameters automatically updates according to the new settings. The main Deviations voyage screen automatically updates.
11. The Senior Operator returns to the main voyage screen to see if there are other voyages with deviations.
Steps 1-7 are to be repeated until only voyages with current good results are left.