Day 1
26 August 2019
Day 2
27 August 2019
Day 3
28 August 2019
Day 4
29 August 2019
Day 5
30 August 2019
DAY 1: 26 AUGUST 2019, MONDAY - WORKSHOP 1: 8.00AM – 12.00PM
BEST PRACTICES & NAVIGATIONAL SAFETY IN THE PORT OF SINGAPORE
08:00 – 08:30
Registration & Networking
08:30 – 08:40
Opening Remarks
Capt. Lee Cheng Wee / Senior Consultant, Global Maritime and Port Services Pte Ltd, and appointed Adjunct Trainer to MPA Academy
08:40 – 09:40
High Speed Craft Code – Type Rating Certificate
Capt Y K Foong / Principal (PSA Academy), PSA Marine (Pte) Ltd | • IMO Resolution A.893 (21) Guidelines for Voyage Planning | - Route Familiarization / Peculiarities of the PoS/ Basic Shiphandling - MPA Publications - Singapore Port Information, Singapore Tide Tables, Symbols Abbreviations Terms and S-57 Objects
09:40 – 10:40
Maritime Resource Management
Mr Xu Jieer / Senior Maritime Pilot | Situation Awareness, Attitudes and Management Skills
10:40 – 11:00
Tea Break
11:00 – 11:45
Safe Navigation in Precautionary Areas
TBC
11:45 – 11:55
Closing remarks
Capt. Lee Cheng Wee / Senior Consultant, Global Maritime and Port Services Pte Ltd, and appointed Adjunct Trainer to MPA Academy
11:55 – 12:00
Evaluation survey / Lunch
26 AUGUST 2019, MONDAY: WORKSHOP 2: 12.00PM – 5.00PM
SHIPBOARD EMERGENCIES
12:00 – 13:00
Registration & Networking / Lunch
13:00 – 13:10
Opening Remarks
Capt Vibhas Garg / National Maritime Safety at Sea Council
13:10 – 13:50
SAR / Emergency Preparedness
TBC
13:50 – 14:30
Understanding the Human Element
Capt Gaurav Mishra, The Nautical Institute Singapore
14:30 – 15:10
Pilot Ladders – SOLAS Compliant
Mr Jeevan Ramasamy / Senior Maritime Pilot
15:10 – 15:40
Tea Break
15:40 – 16:35
Incident Analysis
Capt Kunal Nakra / Deputy Director, TSIB Singapore
16:35 – 16:55
Q&A
16:55 – 17:00
Evaluation Survey
27 AUGUST 2019, TUESDAY: WORKSHOP 3: 8.00AM – 12:30PM
PLEASURE CRAFT SAFETY FORUM
08:30 – 09:00
Registration & Networking
09:00 – 09:10
Opening Remarks
09:10 – 09:40
Perspective Sharing: Safe Boating Practices
Mr Baz Kirk / National Advisor Industry Support, Maritime New Zealand
09:40 – 10:10
Safety of Water Sports
Mr Chung Pei Ming / General Manager, Singapore Sailing Federation
10:10 – 10:40
Perspective Sharing: Boat/Immigration Clearance Requirements
TBC
10:40 – 11:00
Q&A
11:00 – 11:30
Tea Break
11:30 – 12:00
Briefing by Transport Safety Investigation Bureau
TBC/ TSIB Singapore
12:00 – 12:30
Passage Planning & Reporting Requirements
TBC / MPA Singapore
12:30 – 13:00
Q&A / Closing Remarks / Evaluation Survey
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch
27 August 2019, Tuesday: Workshop 4: 12.00pm to 5.00pm
MARITIME SECURITY
With global terrorism on the rise, the concerns over maritime security have also increased in tandem. In response to imminent security threats and risks, Singapore adopts a Whole-of-Government approach to maritime security. The workshop addresses some of the pertinent maritime security issues and developments affecting the Port of Singapore. In addition to maritime cyber security and protective security measures, the workshop will also delve into innovations and technologies for port security surveillance.
28 August 2019, Wednesday: Workshop 5: 9.00am to 12.00pm
IMO 2020 SULPHUR LIMIT
The workshop aims to share best practices on the implementation and enforcement of the IMO 2020 0.5% sulphur limit with like-minded Port State Control Authorities so as to promote a consistent approach amongst the different PSCs.
29 August 2019, Thursday: International [email protected] Conference 2019: 8.30am - 5.45pm
08:30 – 09:00
Registration for guests
09:00 – 09:10
Opening Remarks
Dr Lam Pin Min / Senior Minister of State, Ministry of Transport & Ministry of Health
09:10 – 09:15
Opening Ceremony / Launch
09:15 - 09:40
Singapore Polytechnic / Centre of Excellence for Maritime Safety MOU signing & launch of CEMS opening video
09:40 – 09:50
Keynote Address
TBC
09:50 – 10:30
Moderated Panel Discussion
Prof Richard Lim / Chairman, National Maritime Safety at Sea Council
Panellists:
TBC | Dr Chen Biwu / China Maritime Safety Administration | Ms Maja Markovcic / Executive Director, EMSA
10:30 – 11:00
Tea Break / Tour of Exhibition Booths
11:00 – 11:30
Pilotage AIA
Plenary 1 – Global Perspectives
11:30 – 12:30
Technology Initiatives / Developments to Enhance Maritime Safety
Ms Maja Markovic / Executive Director, EMSA | Capt Kunal Nakra / Deputy Director, Transport Safety Investigation Bureau Singapore | Mr Daniel Zhang / Senior Assistant Director, Singapore Maritime Institute
12:30 – 13:00
Moderated Panel Discussion (with speakers above) led by
Mr Michael Phoon / Executive Director, Singapore Shipping Association
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch / Tour of Exhibition Booths
Plenary 2 – Contemporary Issues
14:00 – 14:15
Marine Safety Digitalisation
TBC
14:15 – 14:30
Best Practices In Preventing Mis-Declared Container Cargoes
Capt. Yves Vandenborn / Director (Loss Prevention), The Standard Club
14:30 – 14:45
Fatigue Prevention: Can We Do Better?
Capt. K. Subramaniam / Vice President (Asia, South East & Oceania), International Association of Ports and Harbour
14:45 – 15:00
Addressing Disjointed Safety Concerns at The Ship/Shore Interface
Captain Allan Gray / President, International Harbour Master Association
15:00 – 15:30
Moderated Panel Discussion (with speakers above) led by
Capt. Daknash Ganesan / Director (Operations and Marine Services), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
15:30 – 16:00
Tea Break / Tour of Exhibition Booths
Plenary 3 – Future Planning
16:00 – 16:15
Future Technology: Bridging The Safety Gap
Ms Jodie Reibel / Vice President, Wilhelmsen
16:15 – 16:30
Next-Generation Patrol Craft
Capt. Kevin Wong / Port Master, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
16:30 – 16:45
Cyber security: Implications for maritime safety
Mr Itai Sela / CEO, Naval Dome
16:45 – 17:00
E-Navigation and Maritime Safety
TBC
17:00 – 17:30
Moderated Panel Discussion (with speakers above) led by
Capt. Atul Vatsa / Head of Compliance, Thome Group of Companies
17:30 – 17:40
Closing Remarks
Mr David Foo / Director (Ops-Tech Division), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
17:40 – 17:45
Quiz / Survey
17:45
End / Networking Reception
30 August 2019, Friday: Ferry Rescue Exercise & Observer Programme: 8.30am – 1.00pm
Singapore Cruise Centre HarbourFront | The Ferry Rescue Exercise (FEREX) aims to test the readiness and deployment resources of multi-agency parties to the Ferry Mishap Contingency Plan in the event of a ferry mishap. FEREX also familiarises participants on the shipboard evacuation procedures and shore-based passenger safety management plans.
30 August 2019, Friday: Professional Visits: 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Alpha Ori | Col houses NOC (Network Operating Centre). The NOC has several screens displaying various machinery/Ship/Fleet dashboards. This NOC will be developed in the future into FCCC (Fleet Command & Control Centre) the concept of remote monitoring and Control of all Digitalised ships utilising DSS (Decision Support System) such as predictive maintenance of machineries, sea lane traffic congestion predictive modelling and guidance etc. Once FCCC concept becomes operational, the centre is intended to be manned 24x7 with subject matter experts operating in shifts. The personnel manning FCCC is expected to remotely control. The NOC also houses R&D lab where test ship environment is set up. Test ship data can be simulated and visualised in the FCCC screens for further study and development of useful applications.
Centre of Excellence for Maritime Safety | As part of SMI’s continuous effort to support Maritime Singapore as a global maritime knowledge hub through research and technology and to build up a sustainable pool of specialist research manpower, the SMI, with the support of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), has established three CoEs with the Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLS) in the Modelling and Stimulation area for the next Generation Ports Maritime Energy and Sustainable Development, and Maritime Safety. The establishment of the CoEs is an alignment with MPA’s Strategy to deepen maritime R&D capabilities which is one of the strategies under the Innovation Thrust of the Sea Transport Industry Transfomation.
Port Operations Control Centre (POCC Vista) | MPA is responsible for the safe navigation of ships within Singapore's port waters and the Singapore Strait. It closely monitors vessel movements in these waters through two Port Operations Control Centres (POCCs). The two POCCs are located at Changi Naval Base (POCC-Changi) and PSA Vista (POCC Vista). Both centres employ the state-of-the-art Vessel Traffic Information System (VTIS) and serve as full back-up for each other. | The VTIS is a multi-radar tracking system that the MPA uses to track and monitor shipping traffic in the Singapore Strait and port waters. The system, which can monitor up to 10,000 vessels in real-time, is able to integrate data from various sources, including radars, Automatic Identification System, Harbour Craft Transponder System, Closed Circuit Television System and ship databases to present a comprehensive sea situation for our operators. Each POCC has 14 VTIS work stations to monitor different sectors of our port waters and the Singapore Strait.”