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CHAPTER 27 Maritime safety: the European Maritime Safety Agency

EU Shipping Law

Page 1284 CHAPTER 27 Maritime safety: the European Maritime Safety Agency A. Introduction 27.001 The European Maritime Safety Agency (“EMSA”) now plays a central role in the European Union’s (“EU”) maritime safety agenda. As a specialised and dedicated agency, it can take the EU’s work in regard to maritime safety to a new higher level than the Commission which is more concerned with policy issues and has a wider agenda. 1 This chapter focuses on the EMSA while subsequent chapters consider particular aspects of EU maritime safety law and particular aspects of the work of EMSA.

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