The EMSA Single Programming Document 2020-2022 was adopted by the Administrative Board at the end of 2019. It constitutes the Agency’s roadmap for the year to come, laying out the specific actions an ...
These Guidelines are intended to provide useful information when addressing claims management and costs recovery following maritime incidents. The Guidelines were developed in the framework of the EM ...Categories
EMSA’s five-year strategy (2020-2024) is its roadmap for the future. The strategy hinges around five priority areas – sustainability, safety, security, simplification and surveillance – and the four ...
This report provides a picture of the world‟s merchant fleet derived from data contained in the Equasis database (www.equasis.org). It looks at the make up of the fleet and its performance. The stati ...
The Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents consists in a high-level analysis of accidents reported by the EU Member States in European Marine Casualty Information Platform (EMCIP).Categories
Guidance on inspections of ships by the port States in accordance with Regulation (EU) 1257/2013 on ship recyclingPublished14.10.2019
The aim of this EMSA guidance is to assist the Member States and their designated inspectors in their efforts to fulfil the requirements of SRR and PSC Directive, in relation to inspections covering ...Categories
The statistical review presented in this report is based on data extracted from certificates and endorsements registered by EU Member States until 31 December 2017 and recorded in the STCW Informatio ...CategoriesTags
The EMSA Facts and Figures 2018 publication is a shortened account of the Consolidated Annual Activity Report which details how EMSA has implemented the annual tasks set out in the work programme con ...
Training nowadays is an increasingly complex activity because of a growing and vast regulatory framework, which introduces a number of obligations for the Member States to be enforced in relation to ...Categories