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Working Group on Implementation

The Working Group on Implementation (WGI) is a subsidiary body which was created, in accordance with the terms of reference, at the first meeting of the Conference of the Parties in 2000.

The main responsibilities of the Working Group on Implementation are:

   1. To monitor the implementation of the Convention and to report on its implementation to the Conference of the Parties;
   2. To review national implementation reports and prepare an overall report on the implementation of the Convention;
   3. To assist the Bureau in facilitating UNECE member States to implement and/or ratify the Convention;
   4. To monitor the Strategic Approach (implementation of the Convention's Assistance Programme) and the review of self-assessments and action plans;
   5. To carry out other tasks assigned by the Conference of the Parties.

The Working Group on Implementation has a maximum of ten members nominated from amongst representatives of the Parties to the Convention.

The Conference of the Parties, at its seventh meeting on 14-16 November 2012, elected the following persons to serve as members of the Working Group on Implementation until its eighth meeting:

Ms. Sandra Ashcroft (United Kingdom) - Chair
Ms. Suzana Milutinovic (Serbia) - Vice-Chair
Mr. Evgeny Baranovsky (Belarus)
Mr. Hrvoje Buljan (Croatia)
Mr. Tapani Valanto (Finland) - nominated by the Bureau
Mr. Leo Iberl (Germany)
Mr. Francisc Senzaconi (Romania)
Ms. Ann-Sofie Eriksson (Sweden)
Mr. Martin Merkofer (Switzerland)
Ms. Emilija Kjupeva Nedelkova (The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

Meetings of the Working Group on Implementation

 

Reporting Under the Convention

Reports on the Implementation of the Convention

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Reporting format for the seventh round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2013/1)

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Sixth report on the Convention's implementation (2010-2011)

(ECE/CP.TEIA/2012/3)

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Guidelines for the seventh round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2013/2)

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Guidelines for the sixth round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2011/2)

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Reporting format for the sixth round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2011/1)

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Fifth report on the Convention's Implementation (2008-2009)
(ECE/CP.TEIA/2010/3)

Guidelines for the fifth round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2009/2)

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Reporting format for the fifth round of reporting on the implementation of the Convention (TEIA/reporting/2009/1)

Fourth report on the Convention's Implementation (2006-2007)
(ECE/CP.TEIA/2008/3)

Third report on the implementation of the Convention.
(CP.TEIA/2006/2)

Second report on the implementation of the Convention.
(CP.TEIA/2004/1) endorsed by the Conference of the Parties at its third meeting in Budapest on 27-30 october 2004 (see decision 2004/1 on strenghtening the implementation of the Convention ECE/CP.TEIA/12)

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First report on the implementation of the Convention.
(CP.TEIA/2002/9) endorsed by the Conference of the Parties at its second meeting in Chisinau on 6-8 November 2002 (see decision 2002/1 on strengthening the implementation of the Convention ECE/CP.TEIA/7);

National Implementation Reports

Individual country implementation reports submitted within the first (2000-2001), second (2002-2003), third (2004-2005), fourth (2006-2007), fifth (2008-2009) and sixth (2010-2011) reporting rounds are available to the competent authorities - and only to them - through a password-protected site, in accordance with a decision of the Conference of the Parties.

National Implementation Report Training (Warsaw 12-13 September 2005)

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Report CP.TEIA/2005/6

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Information Notice CP.TEIA/2005/5

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Participants list

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Opening of the training session - Reporting on implementation - Mr Sergiusz Ludwiczak

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Introduction to the training session - Mr Bernard Gay

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Section I - Implementation of the convention - Mr. Pawel Forint

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Section II - Identification of hazardous activities - Mr. Nikolai Savov and Mr. Leo Iberl

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Section III - Measures for prevention of industrial accidents - Mr. Lajos Katai-Urban

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Section IV - Measures for emergency preparedness for industrial accidents - Mr. Bernard Gay

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Section V - Participation of the public - Mr Massimo Cozzone

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List of tasks to do back home for completion of national reports (Handout for all sections)

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Legislation adopted to implement the Convention (Handout I for Section I)

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Problems and Obstacles (Handout 2 for Section I)

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Measures for prevention of industrial accidents (Handout I for Section III)

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Measures for emergency preparedness for industrial accidents (Handout I for Section IV)

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