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Training Session on Integrated Approaches to Major Hazard Prevention

11 - 13 February 2009

Prague (Czech Republic)

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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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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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