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Port State Control Conference 2006


Venue: Jurys Gt Russell Street Hotel, London

The conference is organized by Lloyd's List Events, part of Informa Maritime & Transport. The 8th International Port State Control Conference presents an ideal forum to address the circle of responsibility and examine the current views and future objectives of the established and developing MoUs, Flag States, Port States, Classification Societies, Owners, Charterers and Regulatory Organisations. Combining topical debate with detailed presentation sessions, this comprehensive two-day programme presents an up to date overview of progress within the last twelve months.

Programme Highlights:

The Benefits of Global Co-Operation
The Owner's Perspective
Class Involvement with PSC Inspections: A Common Interest
The Consolidation of Controls in Shipping
Detentions & Banning
PSC & Harmonisation of Information: A Bank's Perspective
Transparency & New Reporting Methods
PSC, Transparency & the Hostile Litigant
Port State Control plays a pivotal role in the implementation and enforcement of international industry standards. The harmonization of inspection regimes and the revision of detention procedures are the predominant issues facing the industry as key players call for: increased targeting of high-risk ships; incentives for responsible operators and charterers; the regular publication of detailed information on detained ships and unilateral training standards for inspectors and surveyors. The Maritime Industry faces a common goal: enhance maritime safety, protect the marine environment, and ensure human security. The key to success, and the reputation of the maritime industry as a whole, relies on regional cooperation based on integrity and transparency. Who should attend:

Maritime & Coastguard Agencies
Ship Owners / Managers
Ship's Masters
Flag State Administrators
Classification Societies
Marine Surveyors
Quality & Safety Managers
Technical Managers
Port State Control Officers
Maritime Lawyers
Port & Harbour Authorities

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