LATIN AMERlCAN AGRE E MENT ON P ORT STATE CONTROL (VIÑA DEL MAR, 1992). 2003. LATIN AMERlCAN AGRE E MENT ON PORT STATE CONTROL. AUTHORITIES. ARGENTINA BRAZIL CHILE COLOMBIA CUBA ECUADOR. MEXICO PANAMA PERU URUGUAY VENEZUELA BOLIVIA HONDURAS. NOVEMBER 5, 1992
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CLOSER COOPERATION AMONG MARITIME AUTHORITIES IN ORDER TO COORDINATE MEASURES TO CONTROL VESSELS.
MAINTAIN AN EFFICIENT SYSTEM OF INSPECTIONS.
ORGANIZATION: COMMITTEE – SECRETARIAT -CIALALATIN AMERlCAN AGREEMENT ON PORT STATE CONTROL
The results of all inspections performed every day at any of the Latin American ports are sent to the Information Center (CIALA, in Spanish) located in Buenos Aires. Results are then loaded into a database together with background information on the specific vessels involved. This data base is also used by Maritime Authorities when inspecting vessels.LATIN AMERlCAN AGREEMENT ON PORT STATE CONTROL
SUMMARY OF PORT STATE INSPECTIONS
TOTAL INSPECTIONS 2002 : 4530
LATIN AMERlCAN AGRE the Latin American ports are sent to the EMENT ON PORT STATE CONTROL
INSPECTIONS- BY MEMBERS
There are not bad flags,
or bad registers...
THERE ARE JUST DEFICIENT SHIPS
LATIN AMERlCAN AGRE the Latin American ports are sent to the EMENT ON PORT STATE CONTROLWWW.ACUERDOLATINO.INT.ARciala@prefecturanaval.gov.ar