7/20/2017: Rear Adm. Thomas signs first QUALSHIP 21 certificates with E-Zero designation

The new E-Zero designation is part of the QUALSHIP 21 program, whereby ships are further recognized for achieving a high level of environmental compliance and sustained performance. Approximately 15 percent of existing QUALSHIP 21 ships will receive the E-Zero designation.


4/14/2017: New E-Zero initiative will recognize exceptional compliance

E-Zero is part of the existing QUALSHIP 21 program and recognizes exceptional compliance across multiple environmental areas.


4/4/2016: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance posted updates to the foreign and offshore compliance division’s vessel safety website.


12/01/2015: Safety update – foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted the following updates to the vessel safety website.


11/16/2015: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted updates to the vessel safety website.


9/2/2015: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted updates to the vessel safety website.


8/5/2015: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted updates to the vessel safety website.


7/1/2015: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted updates to the vessel safety website.


6/1/2015: Safety update – Foreign vessels

The Coast Guard’s Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance Foreign and Offshore Compliance Division posted updates to the vessel safety website.


4/3/2015: Qualship 21 Program update

The Coast Guard began issuing QS21 Program certificates with unique identifiers to Flag Administrations, companies and vessels in March.


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