Comité européen pour l’élaboration de standards dans le domaine de la navigation intérieure (CESNI)
European committee for drawing up standards in the field of inland navigation (CESNI)
Europäischer Ausschuss für die Ausarbeitung von Standards im Bereich der Binnenschifffahrt (CESNI)
Europees Comité voor de opstelling van standaarden in de binnenvaart (CESNI)
Established following Resolution of E-XD0241 - Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR), adopted at its Plenary Session.
Adopt technical standards in various fields, in particular as regards vessels, information technology and crew to which the respective regulations at the European and international level, including the European Union and the CCNR, will refer with a view to their application; deliberate on the uniform interpretation and application of the said standards, on the method for applying and implementing the corresponding procedures, on procedures for exchanging information, and on the supervisory mechanisms among the Member States; deliberate on derrogations and equivalences of technical requirements for a specific craft; deliberate on priority topics regarding safety of navigation, protection of the environment, and other areas of inland navigation.
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