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Consultative Technical Group for Cooperation in Marine Accident Investigation [CTG CMAI]

A Consultative Technical Group for Cooperation in Marine Accident Investigation was set up to facilitate exchanges of information, cooperation and assistance between the investigative bodies in the Member States and EMSA and become a permanent working platform for EMSA, the Commission and the Member States to develop technical solutions in the field of marine accident investigation on issues of common interest.

Consultative Technical Group - meetings

  • 1st CTG CMAI (06/07/2006)
  • 2nd CTG CMAI (07/12/2006)
  • 3rd CTG CMAI (10/05/2007)
  • 4th CTG CMAI (27/03/2008)
  • 5th CTG CMAI (26/06/2009)
  • 6th CTG CMAI (03/05/2010)
  • 7th CTG CMAI (26/10/2010)
  • 8th CTG CMAI (15/06/2011)

CTG CMAI concluded its role in the 8th edition.

Further cooperation between the Member States and the Commission will take place within the framework of the Permanent Cooperation Framework (PCF), as described by Article 10 of the Directive 2009/18/EC.

The Rules of Procedure of the PCF were adopted on 5 July 2011 through the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No 651/2011. Information about PCF meetings can be found in EMCIP Portal.

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Accident Investigation in a nutshell

newsbulletSupporting the Commission in the implementation of Directive 2009/18/EC.

newsbulletProviding the Secretariat to the Permanent Cooperation Framework (PCF).

newsbulletManaging the “European Marine Casualty Information Platform (EMCIP).

newsbulletVerifying EMCIP data quality and consistency.

newsbulletProviding operational support to Member States, upon request, concerning investigation of serious and very serious marine accidents.

newsbulletAnalysis of  marine casualty data and investigation reports.

newsbulletSupporting Member States through development and promotion of training activities.

newsbulletPublishing the annual overview of marine casualties and incidents