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Workshop on crisis management, project on hazard and crisis management in the Danube Delta

Workshop on crisis management, project on hazard and crisis management in the Danube Delta

13 December (10:00) - 14 December (18:00) 2011
Chisinau Moldova

The technical workshop was organized under the project on hazard and crisis management in the Danube Delta (Danube Delta Project - DDP) for the Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and with participation of Romania. The project aims at enhancing and where possible harmonizing the mechanisms and approaches for efficient and effective hazard and crisis management between the three project countries in the Danube Delta. It is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and by the German Federal Environment Agency with means of the Advisory Assistance Programme for Environmental Protection in the Countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Additional support is provided by other donors.

The first technical workshop on crisis management allowed for a good and necessary exchange of information on national procedures for contingency planning and response to industrial accidents both during the formal sessions with the participants’ presentations and the informal break-out sessions on emergency preparedness and response. It was the first step to advance the cooperation under the crisis management component between the three project countries. The workshop was also joined by Belarussian experts.

The workshop was facilitated by experts from the Netherlands, Poland and France that held a presentation on examples for good practices, facilitated the work in groups during the break-out sessions and moderated or participated respectively in the panel discussion at the end of the workshop. Through their guidance, the workshop participants described procedures for emergency preparedness and response in their countries and identified areas for further improvements in the national and transboundary context. 

As a result of the workshop, the project countries (i) acquired clear knowledge of each others legislation, similarities and differences, (ii) got an overview of gaps in their legal frameworks and ideas for improvements, including for the transboundary cooperation and (iii) reached a basic agreement on how to develop and evaluate a scenario for the upcoming table-top exercise in 2012. Through this, the technical workshop helped the project countries to set the basis for the future work under the DDP crisis management component, in particular for the establishment of a joint contingency plan for the Danube Delta and the organisation of the table-top and field exercise.

Documents

Report PDF

Information notice PDF

Provisional agenda PDF

Report PDF

Information notice PDF

Provisional agenda PDF

Presentations

Document in ENG/RUS

Claudia Kamke, UNECE Secretariat, Setting the scenePDFPDF

Session I: Legal basis for adequate preparedness and response in the project countries, including for effective transboundary cooperation

Liudmilla David, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Cristina Pintilie, GIES, RomaniaPDFPDF

Serhii Obodovsky, Department of Civil Protection, Ministry of Emergencies in UkrainePDFPDF

Lukasz Wyrowski, UNECE Secretariat, Presentation from a Western European country on good practicePDFPDF

Session II: Emergency preparedness by the authorities and industry: on- and off-site emergency plansEmergency preparedness by the authorities

Sergiu Junea, Emergency Department, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Ion Toma, County Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, RomaniaPDFPDF

Volodymyr Demchuk, Emergency and Prepredness Services of the Department of Salvage Forces of Civil Protection, UkrainePDFPDF

Radoslaw Czapla, Polish Headquarter of the State Fire Service, Presentation on good practice for emergency preparednessPDFPDF

On-site emergency plans by the industry

Veaceslav Scripliuc, representative from the oil terminal in Giurgiulesti, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Fanica Badescu, Unicom Oil Terminal, Galati, RomaniaPDFPDF

Session III: Emergency responseEmergency response by the project countries

Vitalii Mutaf, Emergency Department, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Francisc Senzaconic, GIES, RomaniaPDFPDF

Oleksandr Sinkov, Organizational Emergency Response Service of the Department of the Salvage Forces of Civil Protection, UkrainePDFPDF

Examples of emergency response outside of the project countries

Vitali Smaliakou, BelarusPDFPDF

Chris Dijkens, presentation on good practice for emergency response using the example of the NetherlandsPDFPDF

Francisc Senzaconic, GIES, presentation on JEG guidelinesPDFPDF

Dumitru Dorogan, Black Sea Commission, presentation on experience in planning for emergenciesPDFPDF

Session IV: Exercising scenarios

Frederic Marignac, presentation on developing exercising scenariosPDFPDF

Document in ENG/RUS

Claudia Kamke, UNECE Secretariat, Setting the scenePDFPDF

Session I: Legal basis for adequate preparedness and response in the project countries, including for effective transboundary cooperation

Liudmilla David, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Cristina Pintilie, GIES, RomaniaPDFPDF

Serhii Obodovsky, Department of Civil Protection, Ministry of Emergencies in UkrainePDFPDF

Lukasz Wyrowski, UNECE Secretariat, Presentation from a Western European country on good practicePDFPDF

Session II: Emergency preparedness by the authorities and industry: on- and off-site emergency plansEmergency preparedness by the authorities

Sergiu Junea, Emergency Department, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Ion Toma, County Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, RomaniaPDFPDF

Volodymyr Demchuk, Emergency and Prepredness Services of the Department of Salvage Forces of Civil Protection, UkrainePDFPDF

Radoslaw Czapla, Polish Headquarter of the State Fire Service, Presentation on good practice for emergency preparednessPDFPDF

On-site emergency plans by the industry

Veaceslav Scripliuc, representative from the oil terminal in Giurgiulesti, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Fanica Badescu, Unicom Oil Terminal, Galati, RomaniaPDFPDF

Session III: Emergency responseEmergency response by the project countries

Vitalii Mutaf, Emergency Department, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Civil Protection and Emergency Situation Department, Republic of MoldovaPDFPDF

Francisc Senzaconic, GIES, RomaniaPDFPDF

Oleksandr Sinkov, Organizational Emergency Response Service of the Department of the Salvage Forces of Civil Protection, UkrainePDFPDF

Examples of emergency response outside of the project countries

Vitali Smaliakou, BelarusPDFPDF

Chris Dijkens, presentation on good practice for emergency response using the example of the NetherlandsPDFPDF

Francisc Senzaconic, GIES, presentation on JEG guidelinesPDFPDF

Dumitru Dorogan, Black Sea Commission, presentation on experience in planning for emergenciesPDFPDF

Session IV: Exercising scenarios

Frederic Marignac, presentation on developing exercising scenariosPDFPDF