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12 th FEMIP CONFERENCE ROUNDTABLE 2: BRIDGING THE GAP TOWARDS EFFECTIVE SAFETY AND SURVEILLANCE. SAFE AND EFFICIENT NAVIGATION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN. THE ROLE OF SHIPS’ ROUTEING AND SHIP REPORTING KEES POLDERMAN FORMER CHAIRMAN IMO/NAV. BRIDGING THE GAP…. THE AREA. SEAPORTS. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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THE ROLE OF SHIPS ROUTEING AND SHIP REPORTING

KEES POLDERMANFORMER CHAIRMAN IMO/NAV

12th FEMIP CONFERENCE

ROUNDTABLE 2: BRIDGING THE GAP TOWARDS EFFECTIVE SAFETY AND SURVEILLANCE

SAFE AND EFFICIENT NAVIGATION IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

BRIDGING THE GAP

THE AREA

SEAPORTS

TRAFFIC FLOWSsource: SAFEMED (2005)

AIS IMAGE

source: MSSIS/Volpe Center

MARITIME ACCIDENTSsource: EMSA Maritime Accident Review 2010sinkingscollisionscontactsgroundingsfires/explosionsother?

MARINE POLLUTIONsource: EC/Joint Research Centreoil spills 1999-2004medium densityhigh density

ROUTEING AND REPORTINGsource: IMO Ships Routeing Traffic Separation SchemeArea to be Avoidedother routeing measuresShip Reporting System9

NEED FOR ACTION? . the feasibility of a network of physically-defined navigation routes and Traffic Separation Schemes (.) could be considered under the auspices of IMO .

Along these routes, coastal States would be able to better monitor shipping movements off their coasts, including the monitoring and investigating of illicit discharges from ships, and be in a better position to respond to other emergencies....

Ships would equally benefit from this accrued safety, being made aware in real time of any deviation from their route which could lead to an accident ....

.... this initiative could be seen as the natural complement of other projects, such as the Motorways of the Sea .....

source: Towards improved marine and maritime cooperation in the Mediterranean (supporting document 12th FEMIP Conference) GLOBAL FRAMEWORKSAFETY OF NAVIGATION SOLAS CHAPTER V

SHIPS ROUTEINGGENERAL PROVISIONS ON SHIPS ROUTEING

SHIP REPORTING GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA FOR SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS

SHIPS ROUTEING

CONTRIBUTION TO SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY OF NAVIGATION AND PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

SOLAS V/10: ADOPTION OF ROUTEING SYSTEMSLINKAGE WITH COLREG 1972

GENERAL PROVISIONS ON SHIPS ROUTEING IMO RESOLUTION A.572(14), AS AMENDEDOBJECTIVESDEFINITIONS (SPECIFIC ROUTEING MEASURES)PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIESMETHODSPLANNINGDESIGN CRITERIATEMPORARY ADJUSTMENTS TO TSSsTHE USE OF ROUTEING SYSTEMSREPRESENTATION ON CHARTS

ROLE OF SHIPS ROUTEING IN MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING

TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEMEROUNDABOUTINSHORE TRAFFIC ZONETWO-WAY ROUTERECOMMENDED ROUTERECOMMENDED TRACKDEEP WATER ROUTEPRECAUTIONARY AREAAREA TO BE AVOIDED

SHIP REPORTING

CONTRIBUTION TO SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY OF NAVIGATION AND PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT

SOLAS V/11: ADOPTION OF SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS

GUIDELINES/CRITERIA FOR SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMSRESOLUTION MSC.43(64) AS AMENDED BY RESOLUTION MSC.111(73)DEFINITIONSGENERAL CONSIDERATIONSCOMMUNICATION (REPORTS, TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS)SHORE-BASED AUTHORITYPARTICIPATING SHIPSCRITERIA FOR PLANNING, PROPOSING AND IMPLEMENTING SRSCRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF PROPOSALS AND REVIEW OF ADOPTED SRS

ROLE OF SHIP REPORTING IN MARITIME SURVEILLANCE

ENHANCING MARINE AND MARITIME CO-OPERATION

FOR SAFER AND CLEANER SHIPPING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

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