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November 9, 2011

  
  
  
  
FAL.5-Circ.40.pdf
  
Revised IMO compendium on Facilitation and electronic business04/07/2013
FAL.2-Circ.127.pdf
  
Revised list of certificates and documents required to be carried on board ships01/07/2013
FAL.6-Circ.16.pdf
  
Guidelines on measures toward enhancing maritime trade recovery related to the global supply chain system and maritime conveyances30/05/2013
FAL.5-Circ.39.pdf
  
Interim guidelines for use of printed versions of Electronic Certificates18/04/2013
FAL.5-Circ.38.pdf
  
Contact addresses of the offices of designated National Authorities and International Organizations for Facilitation purposes (This circular supersedes FAL.5/Circ.33 dated 27 June 2011)17/10/2011
FAL.5-Circ.37.pdf
  
E-addresses of Governmental Authorities for facilitating the exchange of electronic information (This circular supersedes FAL.5/Circ.34 dated 28 June 2011)15/10/2011
MSC-FAL.1-Circ.2.pdf
  
Questionnaire on information on Port and Coastal State requirements related to Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on board ships22/09/2011
Resolution 11.pdf
  
Revised guidelines on the prevention of access by stowaways and the allocation of responsibilities to seek the successful resolution of stowaway cases09/09/2011
FAL.5-Circ.35.pdf
  
Revised IMO Compendium on Facilitation and Electronic Business09/09/2011
FAL.2-Circ.50-Rev.2.pdf
  
Reports on stowaway incidents29/11/2010
FAL.3-Circ.202.pdf
  
Explanatory manual to the Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic. 1965, as amended11/10/2010
FAL.3-Circ.201.pdf
  
Facilitating shore leave and access to ships, removing unnecessary restrictions imposed by divergences in the implementation of the ISPS Code27/09/2010
FAL.3-Circ.194.pdf
  
Principles relating to administrative procedures for disembarking persons rescued at sea22/01/2009
MSC-FAL.1-Circ.1.pdf
  
Securing and facilitating international trade21/10/2007
Resolution 9.pdf
  
Revised guidelines for the prevention and suppression of the smuggling of drugs, psychotropic substances and precursor chemicals on ships engaged in international maritime traffic30/03/2007
FAL.6-Circ.15.pdf
  
Difficulties encountered in the shipment of dangerous cargoes and, in particular, sporting ammunition and related components (IMDG Code Division 1.4S)12/07/2006
FAL.6-Circ.14.pdf
  
Ship-port-interface: revised list of existing publications relevant to areas and topics relating to the ship/port interface02/03/2006
Resolution A.984.pdf
  
facilitation of the carriage of IMDG Code class 7 radioactive materials including those in packaged form used in medical or public health applications01/12/2005
FAL.6-Circ.12.pdf
  
Difficulties encountered in the shipment of IMDG Code class 7 radioactive material and, in particular, Cobalt-6011/07/2005
FAL.6-Circ.13.pdf
  
Ship-port-interface: facilitation in avoiding safety threatening conditions11/07/2005
FAL.6-Circ.11.pdf
  
Ship-port-interface: guidelines on minimum training and education for mooring personnel11/07/2005
FAL.3-Circ.187.pdf
  
Review on Standards and Recommended Practices27/04/2004
FAL.1-Circ.100.pdf
  
Availability of tug assistance08/09/2003
MSC.1-Circ.896-Rev.1.pdf
  
Interim measures for combating unsafe practices associated with the trafficking or transport of migrants by sea12/06/2001
Resolution A.867.pdf
  
Combating unsafe practices associated with the trafficking or transport of migrants by sea27/11/1997
FAL.6-Circ.5.pdf
  
Ship-port-interface: Communications between maritime administrations and ports/terminals17/07/1997
FAL.5-Circ.6.pdf
  
Brochure on drug abuse and illicit trafficking16/11/1990
FAL.5-Circ.3.pdf
  
Access to marine passenger terminals for elderly and disabled passengers23/08/1989
FAL.5-Circ.2.pdf
  
Guidelines for the establishment, membership and operation of national facilitation committees22/08/1989
FAL.2-Circ.34.pdf
  
Harmonized interpretation of the terms "documentary requirements" appearing in the preamble and in articles II, IV, VIII and XIII of the Convention07/04/1986
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