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Agenda

 

AGENDA

SAFE SHIPPING ON THE BALTIC SEA

Radisson Blu Hotel, Szczecin, Poland

18 April 2013 (THURSDAY)

8:30

 Registration of participants and morning coffee

9:30

 Opening Jan Jankowski, Board President, Polish Register of Shipping

 

 Address by Undersecretary of State Anna Wypych-Namiotko, Vice Minister, Ministry of Transport,  Construction and Maritime Economy, Poland

 

 Address by Carla Montesi, European Commission Director for the Baltic and North Sea

 

 Address by Paweł Szynkaruk, President of Polish Shipowners’ Association

10:10

 Session 1: Mutual sharing

 

 Chairman: Dariusz Rudziński

 

 1 Safety and environment - shipowners' perspective –  Alfons Guinier, ECSA

 

 2 MLC 2006 – good for sailors and the safe operation of ships –  Adam Dunikowski, Polski Rejestr Statków, Poland

 

 3 The role of media in enhancing safety – Richard Clayton, Fairplay

 

 Questions & Answers

11:50 – 12:30

 Coffee break and press conferemce (12:00-12:20)

12:30

 Session 2 Risk models to measure safety under different conditions/ in different aspects

 

 Chairman: Jan Jankowski

 

 1 The impact of GBS SLA on future regulations assuring safety at sea Anneliese Jost, Maritime Safety Division, Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs, Germany

 

 2 Ship traffic on the Baltic Sea in terms of risk and risk models – Francis Zachariae, Danish Administration"

 

 3 LNG projects – Bogdan Ołdakowski, Baltic Ports Organisation

 

 Questions & Answers

14:10 - 15:20

 Lunch

15:20

 Session 3: Industry image

 

 Chairman: Richard Clayton

 

 2 Safety of fishing fleets - new stability criterion – Prof Pawłowski, Polski Rejestr Statków, Poland

 

 3 A greener maritime industry? – Olof Widén, Finnish Shipowners Association 

 

 Questions & Answers

16:30 –16:40 

 Closing remarks 

 Agenda 11.04.2013