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The I.M.S.S.E.A. has identified the following areas where its mission can be implemented.
  • Technical Aspects of Flag State implementation,
  • Safety of Navigation,
  • Protection of the Marine Environment,
  • Security of ships and Port Facilities,
In addition the I.M.S.S.E.A. is finalising a memorandum of understanding with I.H.O. in order to develop and conduct hydrographic surveying nautical cartography and marine safety information courses.
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Flag State Implementation - 6 to 30 May 2014

Scope The course is intended for those participants responsible for the certification of ships and covers all relevant IMO safety and pollution prevention conventions, procedures and mechanisms involved in the issuance of the certificates, associated surveys, and items to be surveyed and the acceptance criteria. It highlights the requirements for setting up an effective maritime safety administration and its task in getting conventions adopted, ratified and enforced.
Objective The participants are able to carry out effectively the duties imposed upon a Maritime Administration as a result of opening a ship’s registry; the ratification of the IMO safety and pollution prevention conventions and flag State duties consequential to these actions. They are able to initiate action to prepare appropriate legislation, issue shipping notices, initiate relevant investigations and follow up reports from other Maritime Administrations with respect to ships under their flag.
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Search and Rescue

Search & Rescue
Scope This is an intensive program designed for government official who require an in-depth view of the organization and administration of the Search and Rescue service. Course topics include a comprehensive analysis of the regulatory international scenarios, how to implement the SAR responsibility, the various SAR assets, the management and coordination of the rescue effort.
Objective After having successfully completed the course, the trainee will be provided with the necessary knowledge and skills required to act as responsible for the coordination of a maritime rescue operation of any magnitude. The training also fosters a better understanding and cooperation among various coastal and maritime SAR agencies.
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Next editions
Search and Rescue
Search & Rescue
start: 7/1/2014
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