Maritime and Coastguard Agency

Category: Executive agency

The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) works to prevent the loss of life on the coasts and at sea, and implements the government's maritime safety policy in the UK. The Coastguard provides a 24 hour maritime search and rescue service around the UK coast. MCA inspects ships to ensure they meet safety rules, certifies seafarers, registers vessels and is responsible for coordinating responses to pollution from shipping and offshore installations.

MCA is an executive agency of the Department for Transport

http://www.dft.gov.uk/mca/

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Data Warehouse (unpublished)
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Information stored can be from any MCA corporate database, which is then presented in a report format
 
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Hydrographic Data (unpublished)
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Seabed depth data, seabed salinity data and tidal data.
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AI Media Spotlight (unpublished)
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
An internet accessible web application for the management of public relations information and contacts with members of the press
 
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Environment
Consolidated European Reporting System (CERS) (unpublished)
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Consolidated European Reporting System contains all information about vessels moving around and in/out of UK waters, which carry dangerous or polluting goods.
 
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Information Management System (IMS) (unpublished)
Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Records details of all incidents at sea or along the coastline the Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre (MRCC) is responsible for, during and after the incident
 
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