Maritime safety: Commission requests seven Member States to comply with new EU port state control regimePublished19.05.2011
IP/11/589 Brussels, 19 May 2011 The European Commission has today asked Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Poland, Portugal and the United Kingdom to adopt national legislation to implement the new po ...
Facilitating Short Sea Shipping: customs authorities informed of ships movements by Blue Belt pilot projectPublished06.05.2011
Can a customs authority be certain that a ship declaring intra-EU goods has only visited EU ports? This is now possible for the 250 vessels voluntarily participating in the Blue Belt pilot project. S ...Categories
EU NAVFOR / EMSA collaboration results in significantly increased ability to track merchant vessels in fight against piracyPublished06.05.2011
EU Naval Force (EUNAVFOR) in conjunction with the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) have collaborated to develop an integrated maritime monitoring service (MARSURV) to allow EUNAVFOR to track me ...
Press Release: EMSA strengthens its network of oil spill recovery vessels in the Eastern MediterraneanPublished19.11.2010
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has signed a contract to provide pollution response capacity using the Limassol, Cyprus-based tanker Alexandria. The newly-contracted vessel considerably st ...
Media Fact Sheet 02/2010. As part of its communication programme for 2010, EMSA has prepared this information article about the New Inspection Regime for port State control in the Paris MoU region. P ...
EMSA would like to inform that early this afternoon, the European Commission announced a proposal for an updated mandate of the European Maritime Safety Agency. The Commission’s press release is avai ...
On 21 October, the European Parliament adopted a resolution on the Integrated Maritime Policy. A number of points in the resolution have direct bearing on EMSA, notably in the area of pollution respon ...
IP/10/1334 Brussels, 14 October 2010 Today Kristalina Georgieva, Commissioner for International Cooperation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, visited the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), ...
IP/10/1115 Brussels, 13 September 2010 Maritime safety: new EU rules to "name and shame" shipping companies with poor safety records New rules to enhance and improve the safety performance of ships w ...
The EU offers oil containment equipment to contain oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico after a new US request Click. Yesterday evening US authorities requested additional equipment from the EU to help con ...