Paris MOU 

The 1982 Paris MOU consists of 27 participating maritime administrations and covers the waters of the European coastal States and the North Atlantic basin from North America to Europe. Its aim is to eliminate the operation of sub-standard ships through a system of Port State control. See also the Equasis site, which is an organization developed by the European Commission and the French Maritime Administration to collect existing safety-related information on ships from both public and private sources for posting on the Internet.

Inspections take place on board foreign ships in the Paris MoU ports, ensuring that these ships meet international safety, security and environmental standards, and that crew members have adequate living and working conditions.

The Paris Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control is a system of harmonized inspection procedures designed to target sub-standards ships with the main objective being their eventual elimination.

You may visit the official website of Paris MOU by clicking here.

 
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