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New Inspection Regime from Paris MoU

Intercargo and Intertanko recently hosted representatives of the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) who delivered a presentation on the requirements of the New Inspection Regime (NIR) of the Paris MoU on Port State Control, due to enter into force on 1st January 2011.?


On 1st January 2011, there will be changes to the reporting and targeting regimes for ships calling at ports under the Paris MoU jurisdiction. Details of the new reporting requirements may be found in the EMSA leaflet below. Please note that in accordance with reporting and other requirements, individual member states will remain responsible for implementing the rules on pre-arrival reporting both 72 and 24 hours in advance, noting that the 72 hour period will apply to vessels which are deemed eligible for an Expanded Inspection. The NIR will now also take account of the historical performance of a company when assessing whether a ship is subject to an inspection. If a vessel is deemed a low risk ship, the number of inspections in Paris MoU ports might be as few as one in every 24-36 month period.

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