Fires on containerships, in particular originating in containers, have gained increasing visibility in recent years. Cargo fire safety onboard container vessels can be considered a topic with two essential dimensions requiring due consideration in any safety risk analysis. The first is related to the ship systems for detection and response to fires, and the second on the carriage, handling, ...Categories
Risk Based Assessment Tool (RBAT)Published14.03.2023
The accelerating technological developments in recent years has opened for new opportunities, and Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) represents a promising area for the maritime industry. ...Categories
The overall objective of SAFEMASS is to identify emerging risks and regulatory gaps that are posed by the implementation of different degrees of autonomy. The intention is to provide meaningful ...
Containership safety, included in the EMSA 5-year strategy 2020-2024, is an important topic in the context of ships for which the risk and impact of accidents are high. The EMCIP analysis of marine ...
EMSA workshop on EU projects on MASSPublished29.06.2021Categories
SAFEMASS Study of the risks and regulatory issues of specific cases of MASSPublished15.04.2020
The overall objective of SAFEMASS is to identify emerging risks and regulatory gaps that are posed by the implementation of the different degrees of MASS. The intention is to provide meaningful ...Categories
Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS)Published15.04.2020
Increased automation on-board ships, which could reach ultimately full autonomy or become remotely controlled unmanned vessels, are not a new maritime safety issue. As a matter of fact, the IMO’s ...