(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The idea of a European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) originated in the late 1990s along with a number of other important European maritime safety initiatives. EMSA was set up as the regulatory agency that would provide a major source of support to the Commission and the Member States in the field of maritime safety and prevention of pollution from ships. The Agency was established by Regulation (EC) 1406/2002 and subsequent amendments have refined and enlarged its mandate to cover, among other measures, the efficiency of maritime transport.
The Consolidated Annual Activity Report (CAAR) is an annual reporting exercise focused on the implementation of an annual programme of work, with specifically allocated resources and related annual objectives, outputs, and performance targets.
The CAAR 2017 provides a detailed account of the actions carried out to implement the Work Programme 2017 with the resources authorized for that year, in accordance with the applicable general framework. A key element…
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