CESNI has produced a guide aiming to clarify the administrative procedure for the recognition and installation of marinised engines (NRE and Euro VI) in inland navigation vessels within the framework of Regulation (EU) 2016/1628 and the ES-TRIN.
To ease the implementation of ES-TRIN to traditional craft, CESNI has developed a guide to possible derogations from technical requirements.
Measurements and condition of the vessel’s hull and hull equipment shall be subject of a report in accordance with the model “Hull Survey Report” or equivalent. This model provides the list of minimum data required for hull survey report and is not a mandatory format.
The CESNI Secretariat is regularly requested by the public for information on the procedure for derogations and equivalences from technical requirements. In order to ensure transparent and comprehensive information, considering both EU and CCNR legal frameworks, the CESNI decided to publish a leaflet on its website. The procedure described allows to gain experience with pilot projects (e.g. alternative fuels) and actively supports innovation and greening of the fleet.
The guidelines are meant to recall requirements set out in ES-TRIN and ES-RIS but also to supplement these requirements with good practices for the installation companies.
The good practice guide is intended to provide an overview of cybersecurity risks, threats, and mitigation measures, primarily within the scope of inland navigation ports. The main objectives are for port stakeholders to understand the motivations and actors behind cyber-attacks, as well as the assets of ports to be considered when evaluating cybersecurity threats and risks. This guide also gives an overview of good practices for the implementation of cybersecurity risk mitigation measures.
This good practice guide was developed in partnership with the European Federation of Inland Ports (EFIP) and aims to be an accessible framework for all inland ports, regardless of their size or location in Europe.