IMO Documents


NCSR 6 IMRF Report - 2019
NCSR 5 IMRF Report - 2018
NCSR 4 IMO Report - 2017
NCSR 4 IMRF Report - 2017
NCSR 3 IMO Report - 2016
NCSR 3 IMRF Report - 2016
NCSR 2 IMO Report - 2015
NCSR 2 IMRF Report - 2015
NCSR 1 IMO Report - 2014
NCSR 1 IMRF Report - 2014


MSC 94 IMRF Report
MSC 92 IMRF Report
MSC 91 IMRF Report
MSC 90 IMRF Report
MSC 89 IMRF Report


DE 57 IMO Report
DE 56 IMO Report
DE 55 IMO Report


COMSAR 17 IMO Report
COMSAR 16 IMO Report
COMSAR 15 IMO Report
COMSAR 14 IMO Report


The IMRF and the IMO - David Jardine-Smith, IMRF
Rescue at Sea: a guide to principles and practice as applied to refugees and migrants (IMO, UNHCR, ICS) – 2014

Non-IMO Documents Listed in SAR.7/Circ.14

SAR.7-Circ.14 - List Of Documents And Publications Which Should Be Held By A Maritime Or Joint Rescue Coor... (Secretariat)

Other documents which should be held by a MRCC or JRCC:
ITU List IV: list of Coast Stations and Special Service Stations (2017; updated biennially) – can be purchased at
ITU List V: list of Ship Stations and Maritime Mobile Service Identity Assignments (2018; updated annually) – can be purchased at
ITU MARS: Maritime mobile Access and Retrieval System (MARS), containing the same information as in List IV and List V above, available for free at
Cospas-Sarsat – C/S G.007: Handbook on Distress Alert Messages for RCCs, SPOCs and IMO Ship Security Competent Authorities (Issue 2, revision 1), available for free at
Air Navigation Plan for the ICAO region in which the MRCC or JRCC is located: Electronic Air Navigation Plan (eANP) available on ICAO Regional Office website located at
ICAO International Standards and Recommended Practices: Annex 12 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation – Search and Rescue (8th edition) can be purchased at or


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