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- 139 p.

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). During 2016 there were 106 reported fatalities, 957 persons injured, 26 ships lost
and 123 investigations launched. With 3145 marine casualties and incidents in 2016, the total number reported
in EMCIP since its establishment has reached 16500.

accident de mer ; naufrage ; statistiques ; sécurité de la navigation ; sécurité au travail ; évenement de mer

CleanSeaNet 10th anniversary
EMSA
2017
EMSA Nouveau

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- 38 p.

CleanSeaNet is the European satellite-based Oil Spill Monitoring and Vessel Detection service. The service analyses images, mainly from SAR but also from optical missions, to detect possible oil spills on the sea surface, and identify potential polluters. The service was launched ten years ago in April 2007 and supports Member States' actions to combat deliberate or accidental pollution in the marine environment. EMSA developed and operates the CleanSeaNet service.
CleanSeaNet is the European satellite-based Oil Spill Monitoring and Vessel Detection service. The service analyses images, mainly from SAR but also from optical missions, to detect possible oil spills on the sea surface, and identify potential polluters. The service was launched ten years ago in April 2007 and supports Member States' actions to combat deliberate or accidental pollution in the marine environment. EMSA developed and operates the ...

pollution maritime ; Europe ; pollution par les hydrocarbures ; surveillance de l'environnement

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- n° AJ7463 - 57 p.

"182,662 masters and officers hold valid certificates of competency(CoCs) issued by EU Member States and 102,861 masters and officers hold original CoCs issued by non-EU countries with endorsements issued by EU Member States attesting their recognition.
The end of 2015 saw slightly above 1/4 of a million masters and officers as potential manpower to serve onboard EU-flagged vessels.
The five EU states that had more masters and officers holding CoCs were UK, Poland, France, Croatia and Spain.
The five EU states that had more masters and officers holding EaRs were Malta, Cyprus, UK, Netherlands and Luxembourg.
The five non-EU countries that had more masters and officers holding their CoCs recognised by EU were Philippines, Ukraine, Russia, India and Turkey".
"182,662 masters and officers hold valid certificates of competency(CoCs) issued by EU Member States and 102,861 masters and officers hold original CoCs issued by non-EU countries with endorsements issued by EU Member States attesting their recognition.
The end of 2015 saw slightly above 1/4 of a million masters and officers as potential manpower to serve onboard EU-flagged vessels.
The five EU states that had more masters and officers holding ...

marin ; officier ; certificat d'aptitude professionnelle ; convention STCW ; main d'oeuvre ; Union européenne ; statistiques

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- 52 p.

[résumé auteur] This document provides best practice guidance and a harmonised approach to the development and maintenance of inventories of hazardous materials in accordance with Article 5 and Article 12 of the Regulation (EU) 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council on ship recycling (hereinafter referred to as "the Regulation" or as "the SRR"). This document has been prepared on the basis of current knowledge and experience from the Member States, the industry and EMSA and other stakeholders.Furthermore, this document provides guidance for a harmonised and effective approach to the inspection of ships ascertaining their compliance, to identifying non-compliances and to applying control procedures for the enforcement of the Regulation as regards the development and maintenance of an IHM on board ships.
EMSA's Best Practice Guidance is a non-binding document and nothing in this guidance document should be construed as generating mandatory requirements on any of the involved parties.
[résumé auteur] This document provides best practice guidance and a harmonised approach to the development and maintenance of inventories of hazardous materials in accordance with Article 5 and Article 12 of the Regulation (EU) 1257/2013 of the European Parliament and the Council on ship recycling (hereinafter referred to as "the Regulation" or as "the SRR"). This document has been prepared on the basis of current knowledge and experience from ...

recyclage des navires ; matières dangereuses ; Convention de Hong-Kong 2009 ; inspection des navires

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[résumé auteur] This new publication is based on EMSA's activities in the field of accident investigation. EMSA's role begins with support to the accident investigation bodies of the Member States, but it also goes much further. At the heart of EMSA's support role is EMCIP, the database of accidents that is populated by the accident investigation bodies which already contains details of over 12?000 incidents that have occurred since it was set up in 2011.
[résumé auteur] This new publication is based on EMSA's activities in the field of accident investigation. EMSA's role begins with support to the accident investigation bodies of the Member States, but it also goes much further. At the heart of EMSA's support role is EMCIP, the database of accidents that is populated by the accident investigation bodies which already contains details of over 12?000 incidents that have occurred since it was set ...

accident de mer ; naufrage ; statistiques ; sécurité de la navigation ; sécurité au travail ; évenement de mer

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- n° EMSA/OP/01/2016 - 146 p.

"In September 2015, EMSA held a workshop on fires on ro-ro decks for maritime administrations and accident investigation bodies, together with relevant speakers from industryThe results of this exercise showed that the experts consider that electrical fire as ignition risk and fire extinguishing failure are the greatest risk contributors. Consequently, it was proposed that EMSA would initiate a study in order to further investigate these two risks and potential risk control options".
"In September 2015, EMSA held a workshop on fires on ro-ro decks for maritime administrations and accident investigation bodies, together with relevant speakers from industryThe results of this exercise showed that the experts consider that electrical fire as ignition risk and fire extinguishing failure are the greatest risk contributors. Consequently, it was proposed that EMSA would initiate a study in order to further investigate these two ...

prévention des incendies ; navire à passagers ; navire roulier à passagers ; dispositif d'extinction incendie ; analyse des risques

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Agence de l'Union Européenne pour la sécurité maritime, l'EMSA assume un certain nombre de missions, tant préventives que réactives dans le domaine de la sécurité maritime et de la prévention des pollutions :
- Suivi de la mise en oeuvre de la législation relative, entre autres, à la construction des navires et une maintenance planifiée, inspection du navire et la réception des déchets des navires dans les ports de l'UE, certification d'équipements marins, sûreté du navire, la formation des gens de mer dans les pays non-UE et Port State Control.
- Développement des moyens d'information au niveau européen, exemples : SafeSeaNet, traçabilité des navires et de leurs cargaisons, le Centre de données de la coopérative de LRIT UE, afin d'assurer l'identification et le suivi des navires UE.
- Détection et intervention sur la pollution marine grâce au réseau européen : service CleanSeaNet
- Conseils scientifiques et techniques à la Commission européenne afin d'évaluer et de mesurer l'efficacité de la politique et la législation mises en place.
Agence de l'Union Européenne pour la sécurité maritime, l'EMSA assume un certain nombre de missions, tant préventives que réactives dans le domaine de la sécurité maritime et de la prévention des pollutions :
- Suivi de la mise en oeuvre de la législation relative, entre autres, à la construction des navires et une maintenance planifiée, inspection du navire et la réception des déchets des navires dans les ports de l'UE, certification d'...

sécurité maritime ; Europe ; pollution maritime ; construction navale ; inspection des navires ; gestion des déchets ; sûreté maritime ; formation ; sécurité de la cargaison

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[résumé auteur] 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). During 2015 there were 115 reported fatalities, 976 persons injured, 36 ships lost and 125 investigations launched. With 3 296 marine casualties and incidents in 2015, the total number reported in EMCIP has reached almost 12 600. Some under-reporting of marine casualties and incidents still appears to exist, although there has been continuous improvement since the implementation of the relevant EU legislation in 2011. Estimates indicate that under-reporting relates mostly to the less serious casualties and incidents and this is consistent with the increases shown in these categories while more serious casualties remained at levels similar to previous years. Over the period 2011-2015, half of the casualties were of a navigational nature, such as contacts, groundings/strandings or collisions. Amongst occupational accidents, 39% were attributed to slippings, stumblings and fallings of persons. Human erroneous action represented 63% of accidental events and 67% of accidental events were linked to shipboard operations as a contributing factor. In 2015 more than 1 700 cargo ships were involved in marine casualties and incidents that resulted in 64 fatalities, an abnormally high number due to the loss of the general cargo ship El Faro with 33 victims, including 5 Polish crewmembers. Despite the number of fishing vessels lost continuing to increase and reaching more than 25 last year, a significant decrease of fatalities and injuries was noted. Across the period 2011-2015, the number of fatalities on board passenger ships is dominated by the Costa Concordia (32 fatalities and 17 injured persons in 2012) and the Norman Atlantic (11 fatalities and 31 injured persons in 2014). Over the period, 65% of the victims on board passenger ships were passengers. Also across the period 2011-2015, Member States' investigative bodies have launched 749 investigations and 566 reports have been published. Among the 1 000 safety recommendation issued, 40% were related to operational practices, in particular safe working practices. Half of the safety recommendations were addressed to shipping companies and the rate of positive responses was above 75%.
[résumé auteur] 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). During 2015 there were 115 reported fatalities, 976 persons injured, 36 ships lost and 125 investigations launched. With 3 296 marine casualties and incidents in 2015, the total number reported in EMCIP has reached almost 12 600. Some ...

accident de mer ; naufrage ; statistiques ; sécurité de la navigation ; sécurité au travail ; évenement de mer

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- 85 p.

Chiffres par catégorie et type de navire ; chiffres et informations sur les causes et conséquences : localisation des évènements ; recommendations de sécurité.

accident de mer ; accident du travail ; naufrage ; statistiques ; sécurité de la navigation ; sécurité au travail ; évenement de mer

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