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Administration domain applications
UoA and ILS

e-Maritime Administration domain applications, centered on Maritime Single Windows,   include:

·        improved information exchange between Administrations and Business (A2B & A2A) through trusted interoperability platforms and protocols (Single Windows) and web-based services for regulatory compliance reporting systems that will ensure the appropriate information is received only by those that need it, when they need it on a European wide basis utilising SafeSeaNet

·          exchange of information between authorities for collaboration in safety, security and environmental risk management.

      

The curent situation regarding regulatory reporting requirements from ships to National Competent Authorities is summarised in the following diagram. The required reports and associated rules are relatively clear. However, each country provides different reporting channels, which will need to be efficiently integrated into National Single Windows for compliance with the new Ship Formalities Directive.   



Based on the evolving reality of SSN the areas to be investigated by e-Maritime will be:

·          Review and analysis of the SSN business logic and architecture in light of the e-Maritime services requirements. Mapping of e-Maritime services requirements into functional requirements affecting SSN further evolution and identification of important interdependencies.

·          Review of the SSNv2 design (in the release available at the time of the initiation of the respective activity) to specify e-Maritime functionality and interfaces requirements. e-Maritime and SSN XML reference models compatibility and related extensions of the e-Maritime ontology

·         Identification of needs for linking SSN reference databases to external databases and ways of sharing information, as stemming from e-Maritime services requirements with particular reference to collaboration between authorities in safety, security and environmental risk management


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   Glossary Terms

 

Ship clearence
Ship clearance involves: 1. Clearance for ship to enter national waters, which is normally managed by National maritime authorities. 2. Port Clearance (managed by port authorities) which includes: a.Clearance for ship to berth; normally includes clearance for cargo or passenger to proceed to import/immigration control. b. Clearance for ship to leave berth c. clearance to enter ship reporting areas, port fairways, channels, locks or other restricted traffic areas, which is normally part of traffic management.
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  Additional Information for Maritime Single Windows
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   Subject News
  14/09/2015 - Maritime single window for logistics
29/05/2015 - Multimodal Bills of Lading: Shipowners need to pay attention to the contract details
13/03/2015 - ITIC warns of increase in fraudulent diversion of payments
27/08/2014 - Cloud-based eProcurement system reaches version 2
29/07/2014 - Bureau Veritas Testing Single Window Software
26/06/2014 - Continuous efforts needed to establish harmonised reporting procedures for vessels
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   Linked Topics
  Trade and Transport Single Windows
Safety and security support systems

Safety and security assessment
 
   Related Documents
  Reporting through a single window.pdf
List_of_certificates.pdf
ECSA_NOTE_ON_ADVANCE_CARGO_DECLARATION.pdf
Single Windows considering the port reporting formalities directive CP Valencia 25Oct10.pdf
Directive on reporting formalities for ships arriving departing from EU ports.pdf
FAL 36-5-1.pdf
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   Lessons Learned
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   Information Sources
  Single Administrative Document (SAD)
Electronic customs
IMO - Search and Rescue
EMSA - EU Maritime Safety Agency
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   Related Projects
  SPOCS, MarNIS,  
   Related Policies
  Directive 2009/17/EC amending Directive 2002/59/EC establishing a Community vessel traffic monitoring and information system
 
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