EMSA presentation - TRACECA

EMSA presentation - TRACECA

TRACECA Maritime Safety and Security II complementary project Overview of activities implemented in 2015 Giuseppe Russo / Senior Project Officer Department B: Safety and Standards / Technical cooperation Kiev / 27 January 2016 Content I. Outline summary of activities implemented in 2015 II. Detailed overview of activities by areas: Flag State Implementation Port State Control Coastal State Control

III. Major achievements IV. Problem areas 2 TRACECA in 2015 key figures Training events held in 2015 Accident investigation Port State Control 9 TRAINING SESSIONS Traffic monitoring CleanSeaNet

88 PARTICIPANTS Pollution response Enforcement of pollution prohibition 3 TRACECA in 2015 key figures Services and tools provided in 2015 9 Distance Learning

Package 7 6 2 COUNTRIES: AZE, GEO, KAZ, MDA, UKR, BUL, ROM, RUS, TUR PSCOs: AZE, GEO, KAZ, MDA, UKR, BUL, ROM, RUS, TUR COUNTRIES: AZE, GEO

CleanSeaNet 4 TRACECA activities summary Flag State Implementation 2 training activities 1 study Port State Control 3 training activities

2 electronic tools Coastal State Control / Environmental Protection 4 training activities 1 service 1 study 5 Flag State Implementation Accident investigation / 2 interlinked training activities 1. Seminar on international and EU legislation on accident investigation - legislative and institutional aspects main principles of AI

independent investigation body evidence collection and post-accident analysis 2. Core skills course for marine accident investigators transfer of practical skills to investigators of the beneficiaries key principles of accident investigation; operational readiness and initial response;

witness interviewing; strategy and planning; collection of evidence 6 Flag State Implementation Overviews of the Maritime Administrations Creation and publication of profiles of the of the maritime administrations of the beneficiary countries

They serve several purposes: facilitate creating a network of contacts between the beneficiaries maritime administrations provide a useful tool for monitoring the progress of the administrations and for detection of areas where technical assistance is needed support the beneficiary countries to fulfil their obligations to provide information to the IMO / GISIS 7 Port State Control (PSC) Tutoring courses on PSC 15 19 June/ Batumi, GEO and 14 18 September/ Baku, AZE intensive, very practical and specific trainings for acting PSCOs delivered by Paris MoU inspectors

combined 1 day theoretical training followed by 4 days of joint inspections to ensure effective transfer of practical knowledge and skills to the trainees findings and recommendations for improvement provided to the maritime administrations POSITIVE some of the recommendations have already been implemented 8 Port State Control (PSC) Access to RuleCheck and the Distance Learning Package Rulecheck comprehensive database on international legislation relevant to PSC and PSC regional procedures with built-in search engines allowing filtering the requirements to a specific ship regularly up-dated

reduces the workload to the PSCOs improves the harmonisation of the inspection standards in a region Distance Learning Package (DLP) e-learning tool composed of modules on relevant instruments and the international legislation/procedures for PSC improves the professional competency of the PSCOs facilitates harmonisation of the inspection standards in a region 9 Port State Control (PSC) Access to RuleCheck and DLP 10 Port State Control (PSC) Access to RuleCheck and PLP

as from 6 August 2015 users 76 PSCOs from all BS MoU Member authorities, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Moldova BS MoU Member authorities 67 Azerbaijan 5 Kazakhstan 1 Moldova - 3 Prior training for National administrators to familiarize them with the functionalities of the PSC e-learning platform MaKCs (Maritime Knowledge Centre system) and of RuleCheck. 11 Coastal State Control (CSC) Traffic monitoring 2 complementing activities 1. Inventory of existing VTMIS infrastructure and data exchange systems to identify: current situation

needs of infrastructure possibilities to extend the cooperation on AIS matters (connection to the MARE server) in the future Benefits: fuller and more detailed picture of the situation at sea enhanced national capacity for vessel traffic monitoring, Port State Control and maritime pollution preparedness and response improved the quality of the CSN service provided by EMSA 12 Coastal State Control (CSC) Traffic monitoring (continued) 2. Workshop on traffic monitoring, 27-28 April 2015 / Lisbon Objectives: to provide information on the capabilities of traffic monitoring as s tool to improve maritime safety, security and marine environmental protection

to show practical deployment of VTMIS the SafeSeaNet to present the experience of an EU Member State in the implementation of international and EU legislation in the area present the assistance granted in the framework of the SAFEMED II project provide a forum to discuss the future cooperation in the area 13 CSC - Environmental Protection CleanSeaNet service European oil spill monitoring and vessel detection service based on synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images (not dependent on weather conditions and daylight) launched in 2007 to support EU Member States actions to respond to oil pollution in territorial waters threefold operational assistance: identifying and tracing discharges of oil by

satellite monitoring; supporting the enhancement of the enforcement chain against illegal discharges; monitoring accidental pollution in support of response activities. Result reduction in the number of detected potential oil spills 14 CSC - Environmental Protection CleanSeaNet service (continued) Provision of CSN to the TRACECA II beneficiary countries: launched as from 15 June 2015 through the IMDatE current users - Azerbaijan and Georgia (signed the Conditions of Use) XX images provided to the users

prior training for CleanSeaNet operators was delivered in the period 19-20 March 2015 to provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills to act as CleanSeaNet operators 15 CSC - Environmental Protection Pollution response Seminar on EMSAs pollution response services, 12-13 May 2015 / Lisbon Topics covered: international legal framework for pollution preparedness and response liability issues arising in cases of pollution practical aspects of pollution response - methods and equipment for pollution response pollution preparedness and response at national, regional and international level

EMSAs pollution response services: the Network of Stand-by Oil Recovery Vessels the CleanSeaNet service the MAR-ICE network on chemical emergencies the relevant mobilization procedures to get assistance from the European Union in cases of major pollution 16 CSC - Environmental Protection Enforcement of prohibition of ship-source pollution (SSP) Seminar on enforcement of prohibition of SSP, 24 25 November 2015/ Lisbon Purpose - to enhance the capacity of the beneficiary countries competent authorities to improve the enforcement of ship-source pollution prevention by: providing systematic overview of the international and EU legislation in the area in order to consolidate the

participants knowledge presenting best practices in relation to the enforcement of MARPOL at national and regional level, including real cases and the use of CSN as one of the enforcement tools facilitating the exchange of views between the beneficiary countries and EU Members States national maritime administrations, cooperation agreements and EMSA 17 Major achievements Well established communication channels (Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine) Fostering cooperation between experts from the different beneficiary countries working in the same area (exchange of contact information, views and experience during the project events)

Launch of provision of operational support (electronic tools and CSN service) Improved understanding and knowledge of technical representatives of the beneficiary countries of the international and EU requirements related to maritime safety and marine environmental protection 18 Major achievements continued Transfer of practical knowledge and skills and best practices from EU Member States experts to experts of the beneficiary countries (PSC, enforcement of prohibition of SSP, accident investigation, pollution response) Implementation of suggested improvements in the operations of the MA (PSC in GEO;

integration of the CSN in the national monitoring, response and enforcement chains GEO, AZE; use of Rulecheck by PSCOs Turkey) 19 Problem areas Non-active beneficiaries (Armenia, Turkmenistan) not taking part in the project activities, therefore not benefiting from them Beneficiaries not making use of provided tools (RuleCheck and DLP) 20 Areas for improvement (PSC)

knowledge of instruments relevant for PSC training for PSCOs establishment of a mandatory scheme use of personal protective equipment (PPE) by PSCOs legal/administrative framework for PSC develop and introduce clear procedures language proficiency of PSCOs 21 Any question? twitter.com/emsa_lisbon facebook.com/emsa.lisbon

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