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Apr 08, 2019 at 09:31

The project as a whole, consists in partially implementing the work programme of the Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for Sea Fishing in order to significantly make progress in various key areas of interest for Social Partners. The main issues covered by the project are mainly dealing with how to improve health, working conditions and safety at sea of our fishermen.

flyer pillar 1

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flyer pillar 2

Pages: 1

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flyer pillar 3

Pages: 1

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Poster FINAL

Pages: 1

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Analysis on Gross Tonnage and Propulsion Power ceilings

Pages: 42

Size: 1.49 Mb

synthese_ergospace_eng

Pages: 13

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Training and certification of fishermen

Pages: 84

Size: 6.33 Mb

Formation et délivrance de brevets pour les pêcheurs

Pages: 77

Size: 1.49 Mb

Análisis de los límites máximos de arqueo bruto y potencia de propulsión

Pages: 59

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Analyse relative au plafonnement du tonnage brut et de la puissance de propulsion

Pages: 42

Size: 2.25 Mb

De la sécurité des machines fixes installées à bord des navires

Pages: 42

Size: 585.47 Kb

Seguridad de las máquinas fijas instaladas a bordo de los buques de pesca

Pages: 46

Size: 1.13 Mb

Safety of fixed machinery installed on board fishing vessels

Pages: 42

Size: 744.86 Kb

Formación y titulación de los pescadores

Pages: 79

Size: 1.56 Mb

Sep 14, 2017 at 10:48

The European fishing industry represented by EuropĂȘche voiced concerns in the European Parliament (EP) over the almost total lack of implementation of the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) 2014-2020. The EUR 6.4 billion fund has not been operational for more than three years after its adoption (15 May 2014) and only now it is starting to be used by the Member States. In fact, although the EMFF is essential to achieve the ambitious objectives set out in the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP), up until September 2017, only 1.4% of the fund has been used. The sector also called for a post-2020 specific, flexible and simplified fisheries fund, with a larger budgetary allocation and much less bureaucracy, allowing its full use from the very beginning.

EP62 Press release EMFF

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