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Harbour Masters are frequently appointed as the competent authority in the enforcement of port maritime and nautical legislation and therefore may have legal powers. Powers that they exercise in the enforcement of laws or port byelaws may include having their own inspection service.

The control of dangerous maritime goods and cargoes on board ship and the handling of such goods in port terminals is a very important and highly specialised task of the Harbour Master’s office. Some may not have legal powers, but nevertheless they will have the duty to supervise the port area to enforce the highest possible safety levels.
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INVENTORY OF POSSIBLE TRAINING COURSES PROVIDED BY EMSA FOR MEMBER STATES
The purpose of this inventory is to set out, in one document, the programmes that form the basis of EMSA’s routine training activities. It describes those training courses which are provided on a regular basis for the benefit of Member States, even if these are not necessarily held every year. While the majority of training activities are organised on a regular basis, EMSA also occasionally provides some ad hoc courses to cover the very specific needs of maritime administrations at a particular time.
Source: EMSA   Date: March 2012
 
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