In this issue: Users of EMSA's maritime services to benefit from upgrade to platform; RuleCheck ship inspection tool now available for flag state users; Practical scenario offers safe environment to ...
In this issue: Port State Control rules come under the spotlight; Focal points share views at tenth technical assistance meeting; SAFEMED EMSA’s maritime applications now available via a single acces ...
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In this issue: accident investigation network to extend cooperation into new areas; recognised organisation inspections come under review; full backing for extended European Sustainable Shipping Foru ...
In this issue: Conference explores maritime surveillance developments; EMSA receives two important parliamentary visits; In memory of Minna Levanen; Major update for EMCIP accident investigation port ...
In this issue: Spain's transport minister gains insight on EMSA's operational tools; Observation capabilities presented to Maltese visitor; SafeSeaNet upgrade to bring enhanced information exchange; ...
In this issue: New Head of Corporate Services approved by Administrative Board; EMSA to hold conference in May on Maritime Surveillance: Cooperation in Practice; Dedicated system eases task of implem ...
In this issue: EMSA holds first training seminar on sulphur directive enforcement;STCW information system starts gathering data on certified seafarers; new STCW training package validated.
In this issue: Lisbon agency heads meet European Parliament president Martin Schulz; EMSA lends support to MAOC-N over anti-drug trafficking action; Marisa N is now supporting pollution response in t ...
In this issue: THETIS inspection database now covers sulphur directive; SafeSeaNet: reporting of accurate HAZMAT information; Latest overview of marine casualties and incidents now available; New con ...