EQUASIS definition

Examples of EQUASIS in a sentence

  • Subsequently, in 2001, the European Commission and the maritime administration of France, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom, the US Coast Guard and Japan initiated the EQUASIS project.

  • Since, maritime authorities from Australia, France, Japan, Norway, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA), representing the European Commission have affiliated with EQUASIS by Memorandum of Understanding.

  • Further, the Study noted that the use of the LR/IMO Number would allow ready comparison with other databases, such as the European Quality Shipping Information System (EQUASIS), RFMOs and such port State control records where the LR/IMO Number is included in the criteria.

  • EQUASIS is a non-profit making organization and the budget is agreed and provided by the MoU members (www.equasis.org).

  • The Committee concluded that the IMO CAS database, as part of the IMO GISIS application, was the appropriate source for CAS-related information and that it would be desirable that information on valid Statements of Compliance be made available to the general public through GISIS, without prejudice to continue making them available to EQUASIS, as agreed at MEPC 48, after having solved any technical problems that might currently exist in relation to the method of supplying those data.

  • The Committee noted the information provided by the Secretariat in document MEPC 54/WP.4. The Committee, in particular, noted that the IMO CAS database, accessible only to MARPOL Parties as a module in GISIS, currently stores information on Statements of Compliance (SOC) issued by Governments to 76 CAS-compliant oil tankers whereas there are significant discrepancies as regards CAS-compliance data for those same tankers in the EQUASIS database.

  • The Committee recalled its previous decision at MEPC 48 whereby it had agreed that CAS information with regard to particulars of issued CAS Statements of Compliance (SOC) could be made available to EQUASIS, and that this decision had been endorsed at MEPC 49 (MEPC 49/22, paragraph 13.6).

  • The Committee held a debate focusing on the possible reasons why EQUASIS was not showing information supplied by the IMO Secretariat and the possible implications for the maritime community as regards the supply of reliable information on CAS compliance for oil tankers.

  • EQUASIS is a database maintained by the European Commission for the reporting of Port State control actions on vessels.

  • EQUASIS (http://www.equasis.org/EquasisWeb/public/HomePage) provides a very useful tool for competent authorities, because the database already includes, inter alia, information on whether a vessel has insurance or not and, if so, the identity of the insurer (if the insurer is a member of the International Group of P&I clubs).

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