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SPI updated 19Jan09

PE1

Sustainable EU Maritime Transport - Policy Objectives

PE1.1

Economic Sustainability

PE1.1.1

Competition

PE1.1.1.1

Liberalisation

PE1.1.1.2

Internal market

PE1.1.1.3

State Aids

PE1.1.1.4

External relations

PE1.1.2

Efficiency and Quality of Services

PE1.1.2.1

User aspects

PE1.1.2.2

Externalities -Congestion / Accidents

PE1.1.2.3

Development of SSS

PE1.1.2.4

Safety and Security

PE1.1.2.5

Surveillance activities

PE1.1.2.6

Co-modality

PE1.1.3

Development of maritime transport 'human capital’ social

PE1.1.3.1

Education and training

PE1.1.4

Building a knowledge and innovation base for the maritime policy

PE1.1.4.1

European Maritime Research

PE1.1.4.2

Maritime Research→ Networking Activities

PE1.1.5

Maritime Governance

PE1.1.5.1

Towards integration of Maritime Affairs across the EU

PE1.1.5.2

Promoting Europe's Leadership in International Maritime Affairs

PE1.1.5.3

Raising the Visibility of Maritime Europe

PE1.2

Social Sustainability

PE1.2.1

Mobility and Accessibility

PE1.2.1.1

Transport Options

PE1.2.1.2

Mobility barriers

PE1.2.1.3

Substitutes

PE1.2.2

Employment and working conditions

PE1.2.2.1

Equitable work standards

PE1.2.2.2

Promotion of employment Talent Attraction & Retention

PE1.2.3

Delivering the Highest Quality of Life in Coastal Regions

PE1.2.3.1

Community liveability

PE1.2.3.2

Development of multi-sectoral clusters and regional centres of maritime excellence

PE1.2.3.3

Reducing the vulnerability of communities

PE1.2.3.4

Improving Socio-Economic Data for maritime sectors and maritime regions

PE1.3

Environmental Sustainability

PE1.3.1

Climate change

PE1.3.2

Air pollution /Noise

PE1.3.3

Sea/Water pollution

PE1.3.4

Hydrologic impacts

PE1.3.5

Energy / waste management / ship dismantling

PE1.3.6

Environmental Risk Management

 

PE2

Ongoing Action Programmes

PE2.1

“Programme for the Promotion of Short Sea Shipping” COM(2003) 155

PE2.2

Ports Policy Action Programme18 October 2007.COM(2007)616

PE2.3

Inland Waterway Action Programme – NAIADES , COM (2006) 6

PE2.4

Freight Transport Logistics Action Plan - COM (2007) 607

PE2.5

Common Maritime Space without barriers 2008 (Blue Book)

PE2.6

Regulatory Obstacles 2008 (Blue Book)

PE2.7

Strategy for EU Marine and Maritime Research COM(2008) 534

PE2.8

Guidelines for Integrated Governance COM(2008) 395

PE2.9

EU Action Plan for Maritime Observation and Data Network 2009 (Blue Book)

PE2.10

Career Opportunities 2009 (Blue Book)

PE2.11

e-Maritime 2009 (Blue Book)

PE3

Directives

PE3.1

Directives for Commercial Transportation

PE3.1.1

Directive 79/115/EEC – regulating the compulsory pilotage of vessels

PE3.1.2

Directive 95/21/EEC – common criteria for control of ships calling at Member States’ ports

PE3.1.3

Directive 94/57/EEC – recognition of Classification Societies

PE3.1.4

Directive 93/75/EC – notification system for ships carrying dangerous or polluting goods

PE3.1.5

Directive 96/98/EC – international testing standards

PE3.1.6

Directive 2002/75/EC – certified equipment

PE3.1.7

Directive 97/70/EC – common safety requirements for seagoing fishing vessels

PE3.1.8

Directive 2001/96 – IMO Bulk loading and unloading code

PE3.1.9

Directive 2002/59/EC – a surveillance and information system to improve vessels monitoring in European waters

PE3.1.10

Directive 2001/105/EC – it strengthened the existing Directive 94/57/EC on classification

societies which conduct structural safety checks on ships on behalf of flag States

PE3.1.11

Directive 2005/35/EC – introduction of sanctions, even criminal sanctions for ship-source

Pollution

PE3.1.12

Proposal (2008) for a Directive of the European Parliament and the Council amending Directive 2005/35/EC

PE3.2

Directives for Passenger Transportation

PE3.2.1

Directive 98/18/EC - harmonising safety standards for all new and existing passenger

vessels and high speed craft engaged on domestic voyages

PE3.2.2

Directive 98/41/EC – registration of persons on board passenger ships

PE3.2.3

Directive 1999/35/EC - establish a system of mandatory surveys for passenger ships and high-speed crafts operating on regular international or domestic service to or from EU ports, regardless of their flag

PE3.2.4

Directive 2003/25/EC – specific stability requirements for ro-ro ships

PE3.2.5

Directive 2003/25/EC amending Directive 98/18/EC on safety rules and standards for

Passenger ships

PE3.2.6

Directive 2003/25 – modification of stability requirements for Ro-Ro passengers ships

PE3.3

Directives for Ports

PE3.3.1

Directive 95/21/EC on port State control is strengthened with the adoption

of Directive 2001/106/EC

PE3.3.2

Directive 2000/59/EC – port reception facilities for ship-generated waste

PE3.3.3

Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL

on market access to port services

(presented by the Commission: COM(2004)654 final of 13/10/2004

PE3.3.4

Directive 2002/6/EC – simplification of reporting formalities for ships arriving in

or departing form ports of the member states

PE3.3.5

Directives 79/409/EEC & 92/43/EEC – Wild Birds & Habitats Directives.

PE3.4

Directives for Labour

PE3.4.1

Directive 1999/95/EC – monitoring the seafarers hours of work on board

PE3.4.2

Directive 1999/63/EC – working time of seafarers

PE3.4.3

Council Directive 94/58/EC – minimum level of training for seafarers

PE3.4.4

Council Directive 2001/25/EC – training and recognition (certificates)

PE3.4.5

Council Directive 89/391/EEC – Health & Safety at Work

PE4

Decisions and Regulations

PE4.1

Community Financial Assistance

PE4.1.1

Marco Polo Programme and Motorways of the Sea

Regulation (EC) No 1382/2003

Regulation (EC) No 1692/2006

PE4.1.2

Trans-European Transport Network Programme

Decision (EC) No 1692/1996


 

 
 
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