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No longer in force, Date of end of validity: The 39 th session of the Facilitation Committee FAL 39 approved the amendments to the annex to the Facilitation FAL Convention with a view to adoption at FAL 40, following the agreement at FAL 35 to initiate a comprehensive revision of the Convention with a view to ensuring that it adequately addressed the present and editoon needs of the shipping 212 as well as to modernize its provisions, taking into account developments in the field of the transmission of information and data by electronic means and the single window concept.

Of particular interest to the EU is the issue of a requirement to include a visa number where applicable on the Rdition lists and the issue of fulfilment of reporting formalities in electronic format. The 68 th session of the Marine Environment Protection Committee MEPC 68 considered whether sufficient notifications had been received on the consoliadted of port reception facilities, in accordance with Regulation 13 of MARPOL Annex IV, to allow the Baltic Sea Special Area provisions to take effect, as well as to define the area for which the Special Area provisions could take effect, taking into account that the notification had only been provided by eight of the nine Baltic States.

The analysis shall be used to identify and eliminate, consolidatex far as practicable, congestion which may develop during abandonment, due to normal movement of passengers and crew along escape routes, including the possibility that crew may need to move along these routes in a direction opposite to the movement of passengers.

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In addition, the consolisated shall be used to demonstrate that escape arrangements are sufficiently flexible to provide for the possibility that certain escape routes, assembly stations, embarkation stations or survival craft may not be available as a result of a casualty. The foam application system is thus required to be in accordance with the guidelines.

Manufacturers’ instructions for commissioning, inspection and maintenance must include specifications for the quality of water to be used throughout the life of the system and the water quality must be actively monitored on-board.

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These amendments to the ESP Code concern the harmonisation of xonsolidated use of terms related to recognised organisations throughout the Code. The proposed amendments are of an editorial nature.

The amendments set out in points 1. Once approved and adopted by the three Committees, the amendments set out in points 1.

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The reporting formalities identified in the Annex to the Directive are classified in 3 categories: Article 7 of the Directive provides that Member States shall accept FAL forms for the fulfilment of reporting formalities and after 1 June in electronic format only.

The requirement to include a visa number where applicable on the Crew and Passenger lists results from Annex VI, point 3. In view of the links between the proposed amendments and the relevant EU legislation as set out above, the Commission considers that the adoption of the above-cited amendments expected at FAL 40, MEPC 69 and MSC 96 comes under EU exclusive external competence, which the Union has acquired pursuant to Article 3 2 TFEU, in so far as the adoption of the international instruments at stake affect common rules or alter their scope.

Consistent with a well consolidated body of case law, even if the Union is not a member of IMO nor a contracting party to the concerned international instruments, the Member States are not authorised to assume obligations likely to affect EU rules promulgated for the attainment of the objectives of the Treaties, unless they are authorised to do so by means of a Council decision, on a proposal by the Commission.

The Commission therefore proposes a Council Decision on the position to be adopted on behalf of the European Union for the amendments cited in paragraphs 1. Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 2 and Article 9 thereof. Having regard to the proposal from the European Commission. Those amendments are expected to be adopted at the 40 th session of the FAL to be held in April Those amendments are expected to be adopted in the 69 th session of the MEPC to be held in April Those amendments are expected to be adopted in the 96 th session of the MSC to be held in May It introduces in particular measures of relevance to the European Union concerning insertion of visa numbers in the passenger lists but not in crew lists and the right of authorities to make the use of electronic submissions of forms mandatory.

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Information required in accordance with a legal act of the Union has to be provided in electronic format as of 1 June The requirement to include a visa number where applicable in the crew and passenger lists results from Annex VI, point 3.

It is therefore necessary for the Council to authorise the Member States to express the position of the Union and express their consent to be bound by these amendments.

The editiom of the Union at the 96 th session of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee shall be to agree to the adoption of the following amendments solad The position sloas the Union as set out in Articles 1 12 and 3 shall be expressed by the Member States, which are members of IMO, acting jointly in the interest of the Union. Formal and minor changes to the positions referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3 may be agreed without requiring that position to be amended. Member States are hereby authorised to give their consent to be bound, in the interest of the Union, by the amendments referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3.

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Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union Legal basis: Conclusion The Commission therefore proposes a Council Decision on the position to be adopted on behalf of the European Union for the amendments cited in paragraphs 1. Article 3 The position of the Union at the 96 th session of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee shall be to agree to the adoption of the following amendments to: Article 5 Member States are hereby authorised to give their consent to be bound, in the interest of the Union, by the amendments referred to in Articles 1, 2 and 3.

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.