8 Member State Corrective Action Plan
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8 Member State Corrective Action Plan

  8.1 The Member State corrective action plan responds to the audit findings by proposing action to bring the Member State in conformity or adherence with the Code for the implementation of mandatory IMO instruments.

  8.2 Corrective actions, with timelines as necessary, should be established for each of the audit findings. Together, the corrective actions form the Member State corrective action plan.

  8.3 The Member State corrective action plan should contain information relevant to the audit conducted and respond to each recommendation resulting from an audit finding. The Member State corrective action plan should provide detailed information of action to be taken, including a time frame for the commencement and completion of each action, and must be signed by the Member State.

  8.4 The Member State corrective action plan should be presented to the Secretary-General within 90 calendar days after receiving the audit interim report. In exceptional cases, a Member State may be granted an extension.

  8.5 The audit final report should include information on the possible corrective action plan proposed by the Member State. If the Member State is not required to submit a corrective action plan or has not submitted one within the period agreed upon, the final audit report will be prepared and submitted without any corrective action plan.


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