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Ship safety covers safety on board, including the safety of crewmembers. Ship safety is one of the Danish Maritime Authority's overall focus areas and we have special focus on maritime occupational health regulations.
The Danish Maritime Authority and other maritime institutions around the world have increased focus on the global challenges of piracy. Therefore, it is essential to have coordinated efforts in close cooperation with the Defence.
On the pages below, you can read more about counter-piracy measures. You can scrutinise the conditions related to the carriage of dangerous goods and you can get information about the measures taken in the field of occupational health on board ships.
The Danish Maritime Authority is the contact point for the two occupational Health services - fishing and shipping.
Read more about our work in the field of occupational health.
The challenges presented by piracy are felt by a maritime nation like Denmark. Read more about the Danish measures taken.
How are you to carry dangerous goods and what do the rules in this area say?
Recipients of HNS goods in the Danish territory are obliged to inform the Danish Maritime Authority about the annual quantity received. Read more about the regulations here.
Read more about how we are striving to improve the conditions related to the carriage of liquid cargoes in Danish waters.