Georgia’s Ministry of Economy announced that Georgia will join the SafeSeaNet, European Union’s Maritime Security Network .
On 8 April 2015, EMSA successfully deployed a new version of SafeSeaNet.
Ebola virus monitoring continues
EMSA to focus on the incident report framework
A recent case of pollution in the Baltic Sea has shed light on how the new SafeSeaNet incident report module can bring added operational value to cross-border communication in an emergency.
Pilot Project takes SafeSeaNet further
EMSA snapshot – SafeSeaNet
SafeSeaNet at 2012 e-maritime conference
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