The “Towards A Sustainable Crewing System” (TASCS) project has been concluded and the Final Report has been finalised and published.
Here you can you can download the Final Report in English, French, German and Dutch.
The report covers the study that has been conducted by the research consortium, its findings and the background information of the most important outcome of the project, which is the “online crewing tool”. The online tool is available at: https://dstorg.de/TASCS
This newly developed instrument/tool is well documented and provides a feasible approach for a future-oriented determination of the necessary crewing of inland vessels and a proper basis for the corresponding implementation process.
Social Partners, together with River Commissions and the European Commission will now have to continue the debate on the development of an easy to use, easy to implement, easy to enforce EU Crewing Regulation able to provide transparency, efficiency, flexibility.