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Published on Apr 29, 2013
SAFE SHIPPING ON THE BALTIC SEA Radisson Blu Hotel, Szczecin, Poland, April 2013
Shipping in the Baltic Sea Region is specific by nature. The Baltic Sea is a small and enclosed water basin featuring characteristic, dangerous weather conditions, hazardous particularly for some ship types. The specificity of shipping also includes heavy traffic of people and goods between the well-developed countries around the Baltic. The Gdańsk 2011 Symposium SAFE SHIPPING ON THE BALTIC SEA confirmed both the specifics and the needs revealing several issues of general concern for Baltic maritime players. The Szczecin 2013 provides a continuation of the discussion forum for maritime administrations and shipowners to identify and discuss measures for progressing safe shipping on the Baltic.
00:00:49 The role of media in enhancing safety -- Richard Clayton, Fairplay 00:17:57 Questions & Answers - Alfons Guinier, Richard Clayton, Adam Dunikowski 00:35:12 Ship traffic on the Baltic Sea in terms of risk and risk models -- Francis Zachariae, Danish Administration 01:04:15 LNG projects -- Bogdan Ołdakowski, Baltic Ports Organisation 01:21:15 Questions & Answers - Anneliese Jost, Francis Zachariae, Bogdan Ołdakowski 01:42:14 Press conference - Anna Wypych-Namiotko, Carla Montesi, Alfons Guinier, Olof Widén, Francis Zachariae, Anneliese Jost