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Training Session on Integrated Approaches to Major Hazard Prevention

Training Session on Integrated Approaches to Major Hazard Prevention

11 February (10:00) - 13 February (18:00) 2009
Prague Czechia

Reports

Document Title ENG FRE RUS
Information notice
(ECE/CP.TEIA/SEM.8/2009/1)

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Provisional agenda

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Report
(ECE/CP.TEIA/SEM.8/2009/2)

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Document Title ENG FRE RUS
Information notice
(ECE/CP.TEIA/SEM.8/2009/1)

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Provisional agenda

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Report
(ECE/CP.TEIA/SEM.8/2009/2)

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Presentations

Document Title ENG FRE RUS
Introduction to the training session– Convention secretariat

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PART I: Administrative structures for addressing major hazard prevention:
Set of procedures (legislation, standards) and roles of authorities prior to implementing integrated approach to major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Mr. Milos Palecek (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

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Shortcomings and limitations hindering the attainment of better results in major hazard prevention (implementation of the Convention and the Seveso II Directive) prior to implementing integrated approach – Mr. Pavel Forint (Ministry of Environment)

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Integrated approach for major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic
Legal and administrative framework within the Czech integrated approach for major hazard prevention (implementing the Convention and Seveso II Directive) – Act 59/2006 and supporting documents – Ms. Martina Prazakova, Mr. Jan Bumba (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

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Roles of owners/managers and employees of hazardous activities arising from the legislation – Mr. Vilem Sluka (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

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Safety documentation and its evaluation – Mr. Sluka

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Roles of the Ministry of Environment, inspection bodies and local authorities within the integrated approach for major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Ms. Martina Prazakova

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Education in the field of major hazard prevention – Ms. Martina Prazakova

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PART II: Inspections within the integrated approach in the Czech Republic
Organization of inspections in the field of major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Ms. Zuzana Machatova (Ministry of Environment)

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Planning and briefing on inspections – Ms. Martina Pazourova (Czech Environmental Inspectorate)

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Labour inspection in the integrated approach – Mr. Jan Strouhal (Regional Labour Inspectorate)

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Case study of the Draslovka Kolin hazardous facility – safety inspection, conclusions and lessons learned from the accident, and the inspection regime following the accident – Mr. Hynek Benes, Mr. Bohumir Ruzicka, Mr. Jaroslav Dusek (Czech Environmental Inspectorate) - Part 1

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Part 2

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Part 3

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PART III: Cross-border activities
Cross-border cooperation arising from the Convention – Mr. Lukasz Wyrowski

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The importance of cross-border cooperation, including scientific and technological cooperation; benefits for the cooperating countries, Czech experience – Mr. Pavel Danihelka, Head, Laboratory of Risk Research and Management, Technical University of Ostrava

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Organization of response exercises in the transboundary regions, benefits and good practice
(i) Polish perspective – Mr. Krzysztof Gielsa (Lower Silesia State Fire Service of Poland)

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Organization of response exercises in the transboundary regions, benefits and good practice
(ii) Czech perspective – Ms. Katerina Blazkova (Fire Rescue Service of the Moravian – Silesian Region, Dept. of Civil Protection and Emergency Planning)

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Transboundary risk management; good practice from Commissions of Rhine, Elbe and Odra Rivers – Mr. Gerhard Winkelmann-Oei (Federal Environmental Agency of Germany)

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Document Title ENG FRE RUS
Introduction to the training session– Convention secretariat

PDF

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PDF

PART I: Administrative structures for addressing major hazard prevention:
Set of procedures (legislation, standards) and roles of authorities prior to implementing integrated approach to major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Mr. Milos Palecek (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

PDF

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PDF

Shortcomings and limitations hindering the attainment of better results in major hazard prevention (implementation of the Convention and the Seveso II Directive) prior to implementing integrated approach – Mr. Pavel Forint (Ministry of Environment)

PDF

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PDF

Integrated approach for major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic
Legal and administrative framework within the Czech integrated approach for major hazard prevention (implementing the Convention and Seveso II Directive) – Act 59/2006 and supporting documents – Ms. Martina Prazakova, Mr. Jan Bumba (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

PDF

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PDF

Roles of owners/managers and employees of hazardous activities arising from the legislation – Mr. Vilem Sluka (Occupational Safety Research Institute)

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PDF

Safety documentation and its evaluation – Mr. Sluka

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PDF

Roles of the Ministry of Environment, inspection bodies and local authorities within the integrated approach for major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Ms. Martina Prazakova

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PDF

Education in the field of major hazard prevention – Ms. Martina Prazakova

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PART II: Inspections within the integrated approach in the Czech Republic
Organization of inspections in the field of major hazard prevention in the Czech Republic – Ms. Zuzana Machatova (Ministry of Environment)

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PDF

Planning and briefing on inspections – Ms. Martina Pazourova (Czech Environmental Inspectorate)

PDF

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PDF

Labour inspection in the integrated approach – Mr. Jan Strouhal (Regional Labour Inspectorate)

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PDF

Case study of the Draslovka Kolin hazardous facility – safety inspection, conclusions and lessons learned from the accident, and the inspection regime following the accident – Mr. Hynek Benes, Mr. Bohumir Ruzicka, Mr. Jaroslav Dusek (Czech Environmental Inspectorate) - Part 1

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Part 2

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Part 3

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PART III: Cross-border activities
Cross-border cooperation arising from the Convention – Mr. Lukasz Wyrowski

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The importance of cross-border cooperation, including scientific and technological cooperation; benefits for the cooperating countries, Czech experience – Mr. Pavel Danihelka, Head, Laboratory of Risk Research and Management, Technical University of Ostrava

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Organization of response exercises in the transboundary regions, benefits and good practice
(i) Polish perspective – Mr. Krzysztof Gielsa (Lower Silesia State Fire Service of Poland)

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Organization of response exercises in the transboundary regions, benefits and good practice
(ii) Czech perspective – Ms. Katerina Blazkova (Fire Rescue Service of the Moravian – Silesian Region, Dept. of Civil Protection and Emergency Planning)

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Transboundary risk management; good practice from Commissions of Rhine, Elbe and Odra Rivers – Mr. Gerhard Winkelmann-Oei (Federal Environmental Agency of Germany)

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