Training on IMO Port State Control Procedures took place on 20 – 21 June 2018 at EMSA premises in Lisbon under the Black and Caspian Sea regions Project. This was the first training tailor-made by EMSA especially for the Project’s beneficiaries which are non MoU on PSC countries.
In order to strengthen its response capacity network EMSA announces the launch of a procurement procedure to contract a new stand-by oil spill recovery vessel in the East Mediterranean Sea.
In the context of the SAFEMED IV and Black and Caspian Sea projects, both funded by the EU, eleven participants from Azerbaijan, Georgia, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia have undergone the training for the European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI) Integrated Maritime Services (IMS) Operators. The activity was hosted at EMSA premises, in Lisbon, from 20 to 21 February 2018 and open only to those countries which had previously signed the Condition of Use for ENI IMS services provided by EMSA.
The two project officers for the SAFEMED IV and Black and Caspian Sea projects, both funded by the EU, met with senior faculty members of the World Maritime University (WMU), in Malmö Sweden. WMU is a postgraduate maritime university founded in 1983 by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), a specialized agency of the United Nations.
the framework of the SAFEMED IV project, funded by the EU, EMSA has undertaken the organization of the training course for auditors under the IMSAS in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization (IMO). The training was hosted at EMSA premises, in Lisbon, from 5 to 9 February 2018 and delivered by Ms Tatjana Krilic, from the IMO Secretariat, Mr Dan Sarenius, from the Swedish Transport Agency and Mr Mourad Ghorbel from the Ministry of Transport of Tunisia. Overall, 16 participants from Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia have successfully completed the 36 hours course.
Using automated behaviour monitoring algorithms to give EMSA’s Integrated Maritime Service users an enhanced situational picture. Discover how EMSA’s Automated Behaviour Monitoring algorithms can detect certain patterns of ship behaviour for multiple purposes: maritime safety, maritime security, border protection, and fisheries control.
In this issue: EMSA’s remotely piloted aircraft systems service starts in Portugal supporting multipurpose maritime surveillance operations; Study sheds light on two hazardous substances for safer ship recycling; Raising awareness of cyber attack risks in the maritime domain; Download of marine casualties and incidents publications tops 80 000; National training for Ireland, Portugal and Spain; Equasis publishes annual review on world shipping fleet.
In this issue: Nordseth and Carlone to head EMSA Administrative Board; Enhancing fire safety on ro-ro decks; Looking at human behaviour in marine accident investigation; Safe loading and unloading of bulk carriers; European cooperation on coast guard functions; Celebrating 10 years of CleanSeaNet; Diplomatic community holds 33rd annual charity sale.
Updated on 28 November 2017