Implementation of IMO Instruments sub-committee (III)

The Implementation of IMO Instruments (III) Sub-Committee is responsible for addressing the implementation and enforcement of IMO instruments.

The Implementation of IMO Instruments (III) Sub-Committee is responsible for addressing the effective and consistent global implementation and enforcement of IMO instruments concerning maritime safety and security and the protection of the marine environment.

This was previously known as the Sub-Committee on Flag State Implementation (FSI).

This sub-committee monitors and reviews the level of implementation of IMO instruments, including conventions and protocols, by member States in their capacity as flag, port and coastal States and countries training and certifying officers and crew.

It also works to identify the reasons for the difficulties in implementing provisions of relevant IMO instruments.

Next session of this committee

The next session is the 3rd Session of the Implementation of IMO Instruments Sub-Committee (III 3).

Date: Monday 18 July - Friday 22 July 2016

Location: IMO Headquarters, 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR

Agenda

New Zealand can make a submission on any item in the next Session’s agenda. If you have any views or feedback on an agenda item, contact us before the submission date. We would be happy to meet with (or teleconference) you to discuss your views, issues and feedback.

Provisional agenda for III 3 [PDF: 56Kb, 3 pages]

Submission date: Friday 15th April 2016

Email us: international@maritimenz.govt.nz

Previous session

At the end of each Implementation of IMO Instruments (III) Sub-Committee meeting, a final report is prepared for submission to the Maritime Safety Committee and the Marine Environment Protection Committee.

The final report provides a record of the issues discussed and actions taken by the Sub-Committee.

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