Cruise Industry Operational Safety Review
The Cruise Industry Operational Safety Review resulted in the voluntary adoption of 10 wide-ranging policies. The Review included a comprehensive assessment of the critical human factors and operational aspects of maritime safety, as evidenced by the breadth and scope of the policies that have been developed and adopted. All policies have been formally submitted to or announced at the International Maritime Organization for consideration by its member governments. Our focus on continuous improvement moves forward as it always has through CLIA’s policy committees and with the continued assistance of the Independent Panel of Experts, established to provide input and analysis during the Operational Safety Review.
CLIA is the world's largest cruise association and is dedicated to the promotion and growth of the cruise industry. CLIA is composed of of the major cruise lines serving North America and is an organization that operates pursuant to an agreement filed with the Federal Maritime Commission under the Shipping Act of 1984 and serves as a non-governmental consultative organization to the International Maritime Organization, an agency of the United Nations.