International Harbour Masters' Association (IHMA)
Inaugurated 21 Jun 1996, Reykjavik (Iceland), at Ordinary General Meeting of European Harbour Masters' Association (EHMA), following study by 'International Harbour Masters' Association Founding Group Committee (IHMAFG Committee)'. EHMA became an integral part of IHMA on IHMA's foundation and, since May 2004, exists as E-XD3549 - European Harbour Masters' Committee (EHMC).
Unite those responsible for, and promote the safe, secure, efficient and environmentally sound conduct of marine operations in port waters; develop collaboration, sharing of good practice and good relations among harbour masters; represent the role of the harbour master; promote the professional standing and interests of harbour masters.
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