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December 24, 2020 Forthcoming by Informa Law from Routledge
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Book Description

The book is concerned with the harmonisation of maritime safety legal systems in Europe. It describes maritime safety legal systems in selected European countries as well as maritime safety issues from the perspective of the International Maritime Organisation, European Union, and European Free Trade Association. Distinguished scholars from Europe's leading maritime law academic centres present national perspectives of maritime safety systems, questioning whether the adopted national solutions guarantee the compatibility with IMO and EU legal regime, as well as assessing the global and EU system. Moreover, the book seeks to provide some answers as to whether the IMO goals on maritime safety are adequate in light of current safety challenges and how to achieve higher level of enforcement of internationally-recognised maritime safety standards. It will be of great assistance to those readers who need to familiarize themselves with current problems inherent in maritime safety, whether that be lawyers, scholars, professional mariners, or national institutions.

Table of Contents

PART I INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE

  1. Implementation of IMO treaties into the domestic legislation. Implementation and enforcement as the key to effectiveness of international treaties
  2. DR DOROTA LOST-SIEMINSKA

  3. The EU Maritime Safety Rules: Raising the Bar within Europe and Beyond
  4. DR LEMONIA TSAROUCHA, JACOB TERLING

  5. Maritime safety from the perspective of the EEA EFTA countries
  6. MILAGROS VARELA CHOUCIÑO

    PART II NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE – EFFORTS TO ENSURE COMPLIANCE

  7. Maritime safety in Belgium – An Overview of the Legal Framework
  8. PROFESSOR ERIC VAN HOOYDONK

  9. Maritime Safety – Croatian Legal Framework
  10. DR IGOR VIO

  11. French rules concerning maritime safety and security
  12. PROFESSOR CÉCILE DE CET-BERTIN

  13. Maritime Safety Laws in Germany - Comprehensive but Complicated
  14. PROFESSOR HENNING JESSEN

  15. Brief reflections on the regulation and implementation of maritime safety in the U.K.
  16. PROFESSOR FILIPPO LORENZON

  17. Maritime Safety - Greece
  18. PROFESSOR LIA I. ATHANASSIOU

  19. The Italian legal framework on maritime safety: recent developments and future perspectives
  20. DR ANNA MONTESANO, ALESSANDRA LACONI, LUCREZIA PARI

  21. An overview of the maritime safety laws in Malta
  22. DR ELDA BELJIA, SOFIYA SHVELIDZE

  23. Comparative maritime safety – Netherlands
  24. DR FRANK STEVENS

  25. Norway – playing it safe
  26. PROFESSOR ERIK RØSÆG

  27. Taking maritime safety seriously – the Polish perspective
  28. DR JUSTYNA NAWROT, DR ZUZANNA PEPŁOWSKA-DĄBROWSKA

  29. Maritime safety and security in Spain
  30. PROFESSOR JUAN L. PULIDO BEGINES, PROFESSOR ACHIM PUETZ

  31. Maritime safety in Turkey

DR AHMET GELGEÇ

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Biography

DR JUSTYNA NAWROT is an assistant professor in Maritime Law Department, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Gdansk, where she teaches maritime law.

DR ZUZANNA PEPŁOWSKA-DĄBROWSKA is an assistant professor at the Commercial and Maritime Law Department of the Law and Administration Faculty at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń.