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Round Table : Transport of Dangerous Goods – Global and Regional Dimensions

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15.00 – 15.05 Opening and Welcome
Ms. Eva MOLNAR
Director
UNECE Transport Division
 
15.05 – 16.05 I. THE GLOBAL CONTEXT
 
The multi-modal framework in the context of sustainable development: the United Nations Recommendations and their implementation
  Mr. Claude Pfauvadel
Chef de la Mission du Transport des Matières Dangereuses
Direction Générale de la Prévention des Risques
Ministère de l’Ecologie, du Développement durable, des Transports et du Logement
France
 
How are the United Nations Recommendations translated in maritime transport regulations at a global level
  Mr. Alfredo Parroquin-Ohlson
Cargoes and Facilitation Section
Maritime Safety Division
International Maritime Organization
 
Future developments and needs at the global scale
  Mr. Paul Wauters
Chairman of the IRU Group of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods
International Road Transport Union (IRU)
 
Safe and Sustainable Transport in the Chemical Industry
  Mr. Jos Verlinden
Director
Transport and Logistics
European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC)
 
Future challenges for the safe transport of dangerous goods: Retention of expertise
  Mr. Jeff Hart
Head of International Negotiations
Dangerous Goods Division, Department of Transport
United Kingdom
 
16.05 – 16.20 Break
 
16.20 – 17.10 II. THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT and “A vision for the future of European legislation”
 
Goals, principles and guidelines in European Union policy
  Ms. Isabelle Kardacz
Head of the Road Safety and Transport of Dangerous Goods Unit
DG Move
European Commission
 
Accession lessons about the ADR – Turkey
  Mr. Izzet Isik
Head of Department
Directorate General for Land Transport
Ministry of Transport
Turkey
 
Dangerous goods transport by rail in the Euro-Asian trade (RID/SMGS)
  Mr. Jean Pierre Lehman
Director for Legal Affairs
International Union of Railways (UIC)
 
ADN, the latest UNECE Transport of Dangerous Goods Agreement: objectives and implementation
  Mr.Helmut Rein
Head of the Transport of Dangerous Goods Section
Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Affairs
Germany
 
Transport of dangerous goods in inland navigation: going beyond legislation
  Mr. Jean-Marie Woehrling
Secretary-General
Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR)
 
17.10 – 17.40 III. PANEL DISCUSSION: Country and industry perspectives
 
Panelists: Government officials, EU, industry representatives
Moderator: Mr. Olivier Kervella - Chief, Dangerous Goods and Special Cargoes Section UNECE Transport Division
 
17.40 – 17.55 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
 
17.55 – 18.00 CONCLUDING REMARKS
Ms. Eva Molnar
Director
UNECE Transport Division
   
  Presentations    
     
  The multi-modal framework in the context of sustainable development: the United Nations Recommendations and their implementation
Mr. Claude Pfauvadel
PPT (125 Ko)  
       
  How are the United Nations Recommendations translated in maritime transport regulations at a global level
Mr. Alfredo Parroquin-Ohlson
PPT (3916 Ko)  
       
  Future developments and needs at the global scale
Mr. Paul Wauters
PPT (1504 Ko)  
       
  Safe and Sustainable Transport in the Chemical Industry
Mr. Jos Verlinden
PPT (1213 Ko)  
       
  Future challenges for the safe transport of dangerous goods: Retention of expertise
Mr. Jeff Hart
DOC (106 Ko)  
       
  Goals, principles and guidelines in European Union policy
Ms. Isabelle Kardacz
DOC (40 Ko)  
       
  Accession lessons about the ADR – Turkey
Mr. Izzet Isik
DOC (42 Ko)
PPT (5861 Ko)
 
       
  Dangerous goods transport by rail in the Euro-Asian trade (RID/SMGS)
Mr. Jean Pierre Lehman
PPT (1384 Ko)  
       
  ADN, the latest UNECE Transport of Dangerous Goods Agreement: objectives and implementation
Mr. Helmut Rein
DOC (31 Ko)  
       
  Transport of dangerous goods in inland navigation: going beyond legislation
Mr. Jean-Marie Woehrling
DOC (190 Ko) (English)
DOC (201 Ko) (German)
DOC (204 Ko) (French)
DOC (201 Ko) (Netherlands)
 
         
  Press Release      
       
  UNECE’s Inland Transport Committee discusses the global and regional dimensions of the transport of dangerous goods      
         
  Photos