ECM Europe© was established by Bruno Di Lascio to provide a wide range of consultancy services to the maritime industry in Europe.
ECM Europe has been representing ECM Maritime Services, LLC since 2005 and have successfully assisted its clients all over Europe.
ECM (Environmental Crisis Management) was the first company to provide dedicated services to the shipping community in the fields of contingency planning, emergency response, and compliance with the requirements of OPA 90 in the United States.
Our services for ECM Clients in Europe include :
- OPA ’90 services;
- EU Environmental compliance updates;
- Voluntary Environmental Compliance Program (VECP);
- PSC assistance;
- Maritime Security;
- Vessel attendance;
- Training & Excerices;
- Ship’s Drawing and Plans;
- Customer Service 24h.
Two German shipping companies that owned and operated the Motor Vessel (M/V) Nils B, pleaded guilty today to an environmental crime in federal court in San Diego before the Honorable Jan M. Adler, announced Assistant Attorney General John C. Cruden and United States Attorney Laura E. Duffy. Read more »
Thirty-two participants from fourteen client companies, three potential client companies and two observing companies attended ECM’s Forum in Rome on June 16th and 17th for exercise/training from 1300 hours on the 16th until 1200 hours on the 17th with refreshments and dinner on the 16th evening. Read more »
As we have previously advised our clients, the implementation of the Salvage and Marine Firefighting (SMFF) Regulations (33 CFR 155 Subpart I) and the Nontank Vessel Response Plan Final Rule (33 CFR 155 Subpart J) added drill and exercise requirements for vessel response plan holders and covered vessels. The USCG provides industry guidance for drills and exercises through the National Preparedness for Response Exercise Program (PREP) Guidelines, which were last updated in 2002. Read more »