4.5.1 Extent to which CCAMLR has established adequate cooperative mechanisms to both monitor compliance and detect and deter non-compliance (e.g. compliance committees, vessel lists, sharing of information about non-compliance)
4.5.2 Extent to which these mechanisms are being effectively utilised
|Recommendation||Responsible body||Activities to date||Status|
|22.214.171.124 CCAMLR should review and augment (as necessary) the resources available to, and the modus operandi of, SCIC to ensure it is able to function effectively.||Commission||Interpretation provided for SCIC.
Enlarged meeting area provided for SCIC.
|Commission - Complete|
|126.96.36.199 CCAMLR should review the format, consistency and timing of reports necessary to monitor compliance and detect and deter non-compliance (e.g. catch data, CDS, C-VMS and port inspection reports).||SCIC/
|CM 23-07 (Daily catch and effort reporting)
CM 10-05 (Mandatory E-CDS reporting)
|SCIC – In progress – advanced steps|
|188.8.131.52 In relation to CMs 10-06 and 10-07, CCAMLR should review the process (including the need for consensus), timing and frequency with which vessels are added or removed from the IUU vessel list. It should also consider how this information can be more widely disseminated.||SCIC/ Commission||Proposal for the intersessional delisting of IUU vessels under consideration.
The Secretariat places the IUU vessel list on a public-access page of the website and, in addition, routinely circulates IUU vessels lists to: CCSBT, CPPS, FAO, FFA, IATTC, ICCAT, IBSFC, ICES, IOC, IOTC, IPHC, IWC, NAFO, NASCO, NEAFC, NPAFC, PSC, SPRFMO and WCPFC.
|SCIC – In progress – early steps|