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Ports in the Pacific benefit immensely from RMPís intervention in 2009
Thursday, 25 February 2010
Ports in the Pacific continue to benefit from the incountry technical assistance and capacity building programmes provided by SPC’s Regional Maritime Programme (RMP). The types of services that PCPA members as well as other ports in the region benefited from in 2009 are summarised in the tables below under the following headings:

1. Incountry assistance
2. Training and mentoring
3. Meetings/workshops/conferences
 

Incountry assistance:

 

RMP activities

Beneficiary

Areas of impact

1

Tuvalu port audit and incountry assistance (19-21 Feb)

Port of Funafuti, Tuvalu

Technical assistance for reviewing of PFSP; ompliance with ISPS requirements

2

Port of Suva and Port of Lautoka audits (10-12 Mar)

Fiji Port Corporation Ltd, Fiji

Compliance with ISPS requirements

3

Port of Vila audit and incountry technical assistance (19-20 Mar)

Ports of Vila and Santos, Vanuatu

Compliance with ISPS requirements

4

Port of  Rarotonga and incountry technical assistance (27 Mar)

Cook Is  Port Authority, Cook Is

Business Excellence implementation

5

Vanuatu follow-up  security audit and training (15-17 April)

Santos Port, Vanuatu

Compliance with ISPS requirements; security training

6

Nauru port audit and incountry  technical assistance (19-22 May)

Port of Nauru, Nauru

Compliance with ISPS requirements

7

Tonga Va’vau port audit

Port of Va’vau, Tonga

Compliance with ISPS requirements

9

Palau port audits (17 - 21 Jul)

Malakal port; Palau Pacific Resort; Aimeliik port

Compliance with ISPS requirements

10

Marshall Islands port audits (17-18 Oct)

Uliga & Delap Dock Majuro Port, RMI

Compliance with ISPS requirements

11

PNG port audits: Wewak, Kavieng, Lae and Port Moresby (19-23 Oct)

PNG Ports Corporation Ltd, PNG

Compliance with ISPS requirements

12

FSM Pohnpei port audit (21 Oct)

Pohnpei Port Authority, FSM

Compliance with ISPS requirements

13

Samoa port audits (23-27 Nov)

Samoa Port Authority, Samoa

Compliance with ISPS requirements

14

PNG port training/workshop assistance (14-18Dec)

PNG Ports Corporation Ltd, PNG

Compliance with ISPS requirements

 

Training and mentoring:

 

RMP activities

Beneficiary

Areas of impact

1

Palau security training (17 Jul)

Port of Koror, Palau

Compliance with ISPS requirements

2

Supply chain security auditing (21-25 Sep)

Nauru, Solomon, Samoa, Pohnpei, Tuvalu, Tonga, Vanuatu, Kiribati, Cook Is and Fiji

Monitoring compliance

3

PFSO training (24-26 Aug); Security drills and exercises (27-28 Aug)

Tonga, Nauru, Fiji, Palau, Tuvalu, Solomon, Kiribati, Samoa and Cook IS

Compliance with ISPS requirements

4

PFSO mentoring (14-18 Sept)

Tonga, Tuvalu, Samoa and Fiji

Compliance with ISPS requirements

5

PFSO in country training Port Moresby (26-30Oct)

PNG Ports Corporation Ltd, PNG

Compliance with ISPS requirements

 
 
 

Meeting/ workshops/ conference:

 

RMP activities

Beneficiary

Areas of impact

1

PCPA by-laws promulgation (3-13 April)

All PCPA  members

Review and amendment of PCPA constitution

2

Counter terrorism workshop (7-8 May)

Port Authority Tonga

Security training

3

PCPA executive meeting (12 May)

PCPA executive

PCPA business matters

4

Regional Association Meeting (13 May)

All PCPA member

PCPA business matters

5

Meeting of Ministers for Maritime Transport (14 May)

PCPA executive

PCPA business matters

6

PCPA 34th Conference

All PCPA members

PCPA business matters

7

Port State Control attachment (NZ, 20-24 Jul)

Port Authority Marshall Islands

Control and compliance in port

8

Marine Accident Investigation (10-21 Aug)

Ports of Marshall Is, Tuvalu, Vanuatu and Nauru

Control and compliance in port

 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 25 February 2010 )
 
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