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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.

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12th 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

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TRAFFIC FLOWS

source: SAFEMED (2005)

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AIS IMAGE

source: MSSIS/Volpe Center

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MARITIME ACCIDENTS

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source: EMSA Maritime Accident Review 2010

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MARINE POLLUTION

source: EC/Joint Research Centre

routeing and reporting
ROUTEING AND REPORTING

source: IMO Ships’ Routeing

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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)

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GLOBAL FRAMEWORK

  • SAFETY OF NAVIGATION
  • SOLAS CHAPTER V
  • SHIPS’ ROUTEING
  • GENERAL PROVISIONS ON SHIPS’ ROUTEING
  • SHIP REPORTING
  • GUIDELINES AND CRITERIA FOR SHIP REPORTING SYSTEMS
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SHIPS’ ROUTEING

  • CONTRIBUTION TO SAFETY AND EFFICIENCY OF NAVIGATION AND PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT
  • SOLAS V/10: ADOPTION OF ROUTEING SYSTEMS
    • LINKAGE WITH COLREG 1972
  • GENERAL PROVISIONS ON SHIPS’ ROUTEING
    • IMO RESOLUTION A.572(14), AS AMENDED
    • OBJECTIVES
    • DEFINITIONS (SPECIFIC ROUTEING MEASURES)
    • PROCEDURES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    • METHODS
    • PLANNING
    • DESIGN CRITERIA
    • TEMPORARY ADJUSTMENTS TO TSS’s
    • THE USE OF ROUTEING SYSTEMS
    • REPRESENTATION ON CHARTS
  • ROLE OF SHIPS’ ROUTEING IN MARINE SPATIAL PLANNING
  • TRAFFIC SEPARATION SCHEME
  • ROUNDABOUT
  • INSHORE TRAFFIC ZONE
  • TWO-WAY ROUTE
  • RECOMMENDED ROUTE
  • RECOMMENDED TRACK
  • DEEP WATER ROUTE
  • PRECAUTIONARY AREA
  • AREA TO BE AVOIDED
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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 SYSTEMS
    • RESOLUTION MSC.43(64) AS AMENDED BY RESOLUTION MSC.111(73)
    • DEFINITIONS
    • GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
      • COMMUNICATION (REPORTS, TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS)
      • SHORE-BASED AUTHORITY
      • PARTICIPATING SHIPS
    • CRITERIA FOR PLANNING, PROPOSING AND IMPLEMENTING SRS
    • CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT OF PROPOSALS AND REVIEW OF ADOPTED SRS
  • ROLE OF SHIP REPORTING IN MARITIME SURVEILLANCE
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ENHANCING MARINE AND MARITIME CO-OPERATION

FOR SAFER AND CLEANER SHIPPING

IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

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