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 ...
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 ...
In this issue: Administrative Board sets priorities for 2015 Manuela Tomassini new Head of Safety and Standards; Stronger cooperation with DG ECHO over maritime emergencies; Ebola virus monitoring ...
In this issue: Violeta Bulc takes up role as new transport commissioner; Responding effectively to chemical pollution at sea; EU bodies and countries discuss Integrated Maritime Service; SafeSeaNet: ...
In this issue: Newly re-elected European Parliament President visits EMSA; Preparing the entry into force of the revised sulphur Directive; A course on operational aspects of aerial surveillance; ...
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In this issue: Tests accepted for Thames Fisher and Mersey Fisher; New contracts for satellite radar images; Integrated Maritime Services to support search and rescue; Italian cadets and officers ...
In this issue: exercise in oil spill response on board the Ria de Vigo; Exploring the latest technology in exhaust gas cleaning; TRACECA II programme commences; E-learning programme to help PSC ...
In this issue: Reflecting on last year's highlights and the programme for the year ahead; International students visit EMSA; 25 delegations attend the accident investigation meeting; Your opinion ...