In this issue: Crack down on illegal discharges; Sights set on Thetis to embrace maritime claims insurance directive; SafeSeaNet/VMS pilot projects receive positive assessment; Preparations get ...
In this issue: EMSA's new Director comes before EU Parliament transport committee; EMSA awards new contract to Balluta Bay oil response vessel; Montenegro gets to grips with third maritime safety ...
In this issue: New vessel reinforces oil spill response in western Med; Debate grows on expanding MARES regional server; Plotting the course for port State control; French navy cadets pay a visit to ...
In this issue: Founding regulation reaches ten year milestone; Pollution response - staying prepared; Blue Belt to move to next stage, says Kallas; Getting to grips with the Maritime Labour ...
In this issue: -New Executive Director appointed; Findings of first Blue Belt review now online; Trackling the challenges of sustainable transport-focus on LNG; Support for bluefin tuna campaign ...
In this issue: Deal over extended remit for EMSA; Pax passenger ship safety under review; Baltic states get trained up in SafeSeaNet and LRIT; NEPT – new acronym, new role.
In this issue: Closer cooperation over accident investigation; Ro-Pax damage stability examined; Interspill 2012 draws in crowds; SafeMed LRIT training workshop; EMSA signs LRIT agreement with IMSO; ...
In this issue: -EMSA launches snapshot video series -IMDatE to bring value to data streams -PSC practice boosted by distance learning -Portuguese television on board Bahia III
In this issue: -Salina Bay on standby as oil is removed from Costa Concordia -Biofuels - A viable option for the future? -New Chairman Frans Van Rompuy meets EMSA Staff -Oil recovery vessels - ...
In this issue: - Project-Horizon: Research Presented on Seafarer Fatigue - Elephant in the Room: EMSA's First STCW Inspection in India - Sharing Accident Data: EMCIP Workshops - EUROPOL Director ...