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Latest News - EMSA - European Maritime Safety Agency

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is a European Union agency charged with reducing the risk of maritime accidents, marine pollution from ships and the loss of human lives at sea by helping to enforce the pertinent EU legislation. It is headquartered in Lisbon.

1 - Newsletter February 2017
2 - The Management of Ship-Generated Waste On-board Ships
3 - EMSA Study on the use of Fuel Cells in Shipping
4 - Single Programming Document 2017-2019
5 - Newsletter January 2017
6 - Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents 2016
7 - Newsletter December 2016
8 - EU Agencies Forum in Brussels
9 - Copernicus Maritime Surveillance - Service Overview
10 - Guidance for Ship Inspections under the Port Reception Facilities Directive (Directive 2000/59/EC)
1 - Newsletter February 2017

Newsletter February 2017

In this issue: EMSA’s 2017 priorities shared before EP’s Transport Committee; EMSA study on the use of fuel cells in shipping; Visits and inspections activities gain quality assurance certification; ...

07/02/2017 09:50:58

2 - The Management of Ship-Generated Waste On-board Ships

The Management of Ship-Generated Waste On-board Ships

This study provides an empirical overview of the management, drivers, technologies and the quantities of different categories of ship-generated waste. The data presented in this report have been coll...

31/01/2017 08:23:25

3 - EMSA Study on the use of Fuel Cells in Shipping

EMSA Study on the use of Fuel Cells in Shipping

Fuel Cells are a promising technology in the context of clean power sustainability and alternative fuels for shipping. Different specific developments on Fuel Cells are available today, with research...

23/01/2017 09:54:39

4 - Single Programming Document 2017-2019

Single Programming Document 2017-2019

Adopted by the Administrative Board at its 46th meeting. Lisbon, 17-18 November 2016.

19/01/2017 10:46:09

5 - Newsletter January 2017

Newsletter January 2017

In this issue: Coast guard functions workshop held in EMSA; Stand-by oil spill response contract signed for the Black Sea; EMSA undertakes fact finding missions in five Black Workshop addresses imple...

09/01/2017 16:39:54

6 - Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents 2016

Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents 2016

The Annual Overview of Marine Casualties and Incidents consists in a high-level analysis of accidents reported by the EU Member States in European Marine Casualty Information Platform (EMCIP).

20/12/2016 12:45:14

7 - Newsletter December 2016

Newsletter December 2016

In this issue: Accident investigation experts and maritime administrations look at fire safety on board ro-ro ferry decks; Database to support info exchange on dangerous Support in maintaining a haza...

06/12/2016 14:15:16

8 - EU Agencies Forum in Brussels

EU Agencies Forum in Brussels

Two new studies highlight the significant contribution of EU Agencies to citizens and administrations (6.12.2016, BRUSSELS) The 45 EU Agencies and Joint Undertakings make a vast contribution to the e...

06/12/2016 09:27:20

9 - Copernicus Maritime Surveillance - Service Overview

Copernicus Maritime Surveillance - Service Overview

The Copernicus Security Service supports EU policy by providing information in response to Europe's security challenges. It improves crisis prevention, preparedness and response in three key areas: m...

01/12/2016 16:34:00

10 - Guidance for Ship Inspections under the Port Reception Facilities Directive (Directive 2000/59/EC)

Guidance for Ship Inspections under the Port Reception Facilities Directive (Directive 2000/59/EC)

The goal of this document is to provide a harmonised approach to the enforcement of Directive 2000/59/EC on Port Reception Facilities for Ship-Generated Waste and Cargo Residues (hereafter referred t...

25/11/2016 12:10:05

 


 
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