This course, delivered by the NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS – SCHOOL OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING – LABORATORY FOR MARITIME TRANSPORT, covers two main fields.
The first one (2.1.3a) concerns the ‘Risk based methods for the new fuel technologies’, will aim to provide knowledge in the field of LNG and relevant new fuels issues, general operations, bunkering operations and other cases and covers the following aspects:
- Safety and Risk issues during bunkering operations.
- Accident analysis – ship accidents, accidents at work, human factor.
- Risk analysis.
- Introduction to Formal Safety Assessment.
- Safety management and management of crisis situations.
The second one (2.1.3b) will introduce the participants to the implementation of the Single Window Application (SW), as a paperless management alternative to prior workflows. The training will contribute to the understanding of demands, challenges, problems and constraints associated with the development of the Port Single Window (PSW) concept and, specially, of its evolution tending to a Logistic Single Window and/or a Sea Single Window. More specifically this course covers the following aspects:
- Introduction to multimodal transport logistics and current state of trade procedures.
- Port and terminals and their link to the short sea shipping/motorways of the sea traffic
and routes in the EU.
o Introduction to legal aspects in multimodal transport.
o Document workflow management.
o Introduction to Single Window and breakdown of a single window structure.
- The Single Window Application and the future of the enterprise to the public and the
- Electronic interstate systems.
- Introduction to e-management.
- Technical use of the single window platform.
- Case studies- EU SW projects in the development of the EU SW 2010/65 Directive and
visiting lecturers from known IT systems
The lectures will take place during the period October 7 to October 20, 2015 and the related exams will be organized on October 21, 2015.
English will be the official language and students spread in the 5 Member States will attend the classes in live web streaming through a dedicated IT tool. Contents will be then uploaded/made available in an ad-hoc e-learning platform for further consultation.
The course is free of charge, it earns 10 ECTS
For more information contact the Leader NATIONAL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF ATHENS – SCHOOL OF NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND MARINE ENGINEERING – LABORATORY FOR MARITIME TRANSPORT email@example.com
This module, as the others of the project that are not delivered in your country, can be attended through a videoconference tool as system of distance learning. If you live/if you study in one of the countries of the university partners, please contact the University of your country to attend one of the modules or more. If you don’t live/if you don’t study in one of the countries of the university partners please contact the university partners closer to you to attend one or more modules. www.trainmos2.eu
UNIVERSITY PARTNER CONTACTS
University of Genoa /Perform (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Universidade Nova de Lisboa/FCSH (email@example.com)
National Technical University of Athens (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (email@example.com)
University of Strathclyde (firstname.lastname@example.org – email@example.com)
Below the presentations of the lectures
Introduction to Logistics and the current state trade procedures
Ports & Terminals and their connection to SSS and MOS
Activity Management in Supply Chains, Actors & Tasks
Legal aspects in transportation: Maritime law and the Reporting formalities directive
Legal aspects in transportation –legal relations, rights and duties among trading partners
Document workflow and it’s management -Paperless management from a managerial aspect
Single Window Recomendation 33
Guidelines on Establishing a Single Window
Review from the first Day
Practical Steps in Planning the Implementation of a Single Window
Key Components of the Feasibility Study
Tools available to assist in implementing a single window
Single WindowReview from the second day
Directive 65-2010: An introduction to Port Community System
List of Reporting Formalities Referred to in this Directive
The Port Development
Technical Transfer of the international practices to European standards –SW projects, the future of SW
Individual project contribution to the Common european transport space
Project Sustainability and long-term financial performance
Financial project assessment irrespective of the economic cycle I and II
LNG Operations: safety issues and procedures
Safety & Risk during bunkering procedures: the MARPOL regulations
Methods of hydrogen and fuel cells operations and related hazards
Financial Risk Assessment Part 1
Financial Risk Assessment Part 2
Financial Risk Assessment Part II (Case of Study)
Holistic Optimisation of Project Selection
Methodology for performing a financial and economic feasibility analysis
Shipping Accidents, damage assessment & accident consequences
Risk & New Marine Fuels
Human Element & Safety in Shipping
risk analysis techniques
Implementation of risk assessment methods, examples of use
Application risk analysis simmulationmethod of ship manoeuvringin restricted area
Alternative fuels gains and losses
Modalshift exercise for Greece:SSS vsRoad
Atechno-economic exercise of oil vsLNG fuel operation for Greek island ferries
An FSA exercise with regard to ship propulsion
Preparation for and management of crisis situations
Issues of Safety Management in Shipping
Safety management – PART 2 – A practical example