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Overview of the maritime administrations working with EMSA

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On 3 June 2004, the European Commission requested technical input from the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) to support new legislative proposals on maritime safety. Subsequently, a report was prepared to show how EU member states had organised their maritime administrations and how the respective bodies had implemented their obligations under the international conventions and EU legislation, relating to safety at sea and pollution prevention from ships. Information about Icelandic and Norwegian maritime administrations was also included.

Since the first delivery of this report in 2004, the number of EU member states has grown from 25 to 28 (Bulgaria and Romania joined the European Union on 1 January 2007, and Croatia joined on 1 July 2013).

New pieces of legislation have also come into force at international and European level which in some cases have led to changes in the organisation of certain EU maritime administrations.
The latest version for each administration contains the following:


• Contact points
• Status of Conventions
• IMO Audit Scheme
• STCW Recognitions
• Recognised Organisations & functions delegated
• Performance and composition of the fleet
• Number of surveyors & investigators
• Port Reception Facilities

Items Files Published
Austria
26.09.2018
Belgium
02.10.2018
Bulgaria
24.09.2018
Croatia
24.09.2018
Cyprus
24.09.2018
Czech Republic
24.09.2018
Denmark
24.09.2018
Estonia
26.09.2018
Finland
24.09.2018
France
24.09.2018
Germany
24.09.2018
Greece
24.09.2018
Hungary
24.09.2018
Iceland
24.09.2018
Ireland
24.09.2018
Italy
24.09.2018
Latvia
24.09.2018
Lithuania
24.09.2018
Luxembourg
24.09.2018
Malta
24.09.2018
Netherlands
26.09.2018
Norway
24.09.2018
Poland
24.09.2018
Portugal
26.09.2018
Romania
24.09.2018
Slovakia
24.09.2018
Slovenia
24.09.2018
Spain
24.09.2018
Sweden
26.09.2018
United Kingdom
24.09.2018