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国際海事情報シリーズ83 太平洋諸国(オセアニア諸国)における新規造船需要と経済協力に関する調査

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付属資料
1 太平洋島嶼国海事トレーニングミーティングの記録
(Report of Meeting of Pacific Islands Maritime Training)
 
2 域内海事プログラムのニュースレター
(Regional Maritime Programme Newsletter)
 
3 ミクロネシア連邦の”MV Thornfinn”の規格
 
4 フィジーのSFL社の船舶タイプ
 
5 アジア開発銀行によるフィジー港湾プロジェクトの詳細
 
6 キリバス共和国の国家開発戦略“中期ビジョン”
 
7 ソロモン諸島の提案中の海上輸送サービスとボート建造プロジェクト
(Solomon Island Government Provincial Shipping Services and Port Building Proposal)
 
1 太平洋島嶼国海事トレーニングミーティングの記録
 (Report of Meeting of Pacific Islands Maritime Training)
ISSN 0377-452X
 
REPORT OF MEETING
 
SEVENTH MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF PACIFIC ISLANDS MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTIONS AND MARITIME AUTHORITIES
 
(Nadi, Fiji Islands, 28 February-01 March 2002)
 
SECRETARIAT OF THE PACIFIC COMMUNITY NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA
 
(c) Copyright Secretariat of the Pacific Community 2002
 
All rights for commercial/for profit reproduction or translation, in any form, reserved. The SPC authorises the partial reproduction or translation of this material for scientific, educational or research purposes, provided that SPC and the source document are properly acknowledged. Permission to reproduce the document and/or translate in whole, in any form, whether for commercial/for profit or non-profit purposes, must be requested in writing. Original SPC artwork may not be altered or separately published without permission.
 
Original text: English
 
Secretariat of the Pacific Community Cataloguing-in-publication data
 
Meeting of the Association of Pacific Islands Maritime Training
Institutions and Maritime Authorities (7th : 2002: Suva, Fiji Islands)
 
Report
 
(Report of Meeting (Technical) / Secretariat of the Pacific Community)
1. Seamanship-Study and teaching-Oceania-Congresses
I. Secretariat of the Pacific Community II. Title III. Series
 
623.88 AACR2
 
ISSN 0377-452X
ISBN 982-203-895-X
 
Prepared for publication at the Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Suva, Fiji Islands
Printed at Quality Print Ltd, Suva, Fiji Islands
 
AGENDA
1. Welcome remarks.
 
2. Election of Chairperson, Deputy Chairperson, Secretary, Treasurer and Drafting Committee.
 
3. Adoption of Agenda.
 
4. Treasurer's Report.
 
5. Adoption of Minutes of 6th APIMTIMA Meeting.
 
6. Report of the Regional Maritime Training Adviser.
 
7. Presentations by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA), the New Zealand Maritime Safety Authority and the Nautical Institute of the UK.
 
8. Presentation on Model Pacific Maritime Law and Regulations.
 
9. Discussion on Regional Issues.
 
10. Internal and External Auditing of Quality Systems Working Paper 1.
 
11. Resolutions.
 
12. Other Business.
 
13. Date and Venue of Next Meeting.
 
SEVENTH MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF PACIFIC ISLANDS MARITIME TRAINING INSTITUTIONS AND MARITIME AUTHORITIES
Nadi, Fiji Islands, 28 February to 01 March 2002
 
SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS
The Seventh Meeting of the Association of Pacific Islands Maritime Training Institutions and Maritime Authorities (APIMTIMA) was held in Nadi from 28 February to 01 March 2002. The following Pacific Island countries and territories (PICTs) were represented: Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), Fiji Islands, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Niue, Palau, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis and Futuna. A representative of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community's (SPC) Fisheries Training Section in Noumea also attended. Representatives from the Australian Maritime College, the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, the Nautical Institute in London, the New Zealand Maritime Safety Authority, the New Zealand Maritime School and the Asia Pacific Maritime Institute attended as observers. A list of participants is attached as Annex 1.
 
AGENDA ITEMS 1, 2, 3 AND 4: WELCOME REMARKS; ELECTION OF CHAIRPERSON, SECRETARY AND TREASURER; ADOPTION OF AGENDA AND TREASURER'S REPORT
 
The outgoing Chairperson, Captain David Harrod of Papua New Guinea, opened the meeting and invited Mr Ned Howard of the Cook Islands to serve as Chairperson. The new Chairperson took the Chair and thanked everybody for their support.
 
It was suggested that the Chair be rotated on the basis of alphabetical order, which was agreed by the meeting. The Secretary was to be Captain Larry Muller of the Marshall Islands and the Treasurer was Captain Muni Gounder of Fiji. A motion to approve the Agenda was moved and seconded. Regional business was to be discussed on Friday. The Treasurer's Report was tabled and it was moved by the Papua New Guinea delegate that the funds be invested in a term deposit. A motion to that effect was drafted. The Treasurer's Report was accepted by the meeting and attached as Annex 2.
 
AGENDA ITEM 5: ADOPTION OF MINUTES OF 6th MEETING
 
The minutes of the 6th meeting were distributed, debated and adopted.
 
AGENDA ITEM 6: REPORT OF THE REGIONAL MARITIME TRAINING ADVISER (RMTA)
 
The Chairperson invited the RMTA to present his report. The RMTA mentioned that the main objective of the Maritime Training Services was human resource development and institutional strengthening. He also talked about the issues facing the region at the moment, including the following:
 
・A large number of seafarers are employed on foreign-going vessels.
 
・All 10 PICTs that applied for 'White List' status achieved that status.
 
・'White List' status can be withdrawn if standards are not maintained.
 
・Many senior staff in the maritime administrations and maritime training institutions are approaching retirement and succession planning has been neglected for various reasons.
 
・There is a need to take action in respect of the new international conventions on GMDSS and the ISM Code as well as the initiative of the Regional Maritime Programme (RMP) of SPC in implementing the new Dangerous Goods Regulations.
 
The RMTA reported that over FJD 2 million had been received from aid donors last year and spent on various initiatives such as STCW-95 upgrade training, mentoring and secondment programs.
 
Three donor projects were completed, two UK DFID funded and one AusAID funded, all of which had a very tight timeframe but by using a mix of training providers the RMP of SPC was able to complete most of these projects 'in country.'
 
Seafarers statistics and the Neptune database was raised as a vital issue that each country had to address in order to forward plan any further training in the region and to ensure that the RMP has correct numbers of seafarers in each country.
 
In order to maximise the donor dollar and get maximum 'bang for the bucks,' a portable ship simulator has been acquired through UK DFID funding. The simulator will allow the RMP to conduct more in-country training, instead of sending people overseas. Further courses were scheduled for the first quarter of 2002 to complete Stage 1 of the DFID Seafarers Training Project in the Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of the Marshall Islands and Kiribati.
 
The RMTA also outlined the initiatives that have been completed and some that are ongoing:
・port state control;
・heads of school mentoring;
・tutor training;
・auditing ― all 15 participants passed the last course;
・information project ― completed;
・Neptune database;
・website for RMP of SPC;
・joint awareness project (for HIV and AIDS).
 
The following courses are being developed:
・crowd control
・tanker training
・surveyors' training
・pilots' training
・cargo operations training.
 
The RMTA reported that C.F. Sharp International have set up a manning agency in Fiji and are willing to work with other Pacific manning agencies to provide employment, seatime and at-sea training for Pacific Island seafarers. C.F. Sharp have many large principals including P & O Cruise Lines, Orient Line and Norwegian Cruise Lines. The report is attached as Annex 3.
 
AGENDA ITEM 7: PRESENTATIONS BY THE AUSTRALIAN MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY (AMSA); NEW ZEALAND MARITIME SAFETY AUTHORITY (NZMSA) AND THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE
 
The RMTA invited the representative of AMSA to talk about Australia's implementation of STCW-95 together with:
・changes in the Australian regulations;
・implementation problems;
・Australia's unique federal system;
・AMSA's jurisdiction ― intra-state voyages;
・near coastal procedures.
 
The AMSA representative noted that short courses are required to have been completed before an STCW-95 endorsed certificate is issued in Australia. He said that upgrades were a 'must' for seafarers. He mentioned recognition of Pacific Islands certificates, and noted that AMSA had recently entered into agreements with New Zealand and Papua New Guinea for recognition of certificates. It is anticipated that an agreement with Fiji would be finalised soon. He expressed hope that agreements could also be reached with other PICTs soon. There was some discussion on the topic of STCW endorsements and on the issue of forgery. The AMSA representative discussed the requirements that Australian certificate holders were required to upgrade their certificates. Australia played a leading role in the introduction of the STCW-95 Amendment and has been in the forefront of its full implementation. Before AMSA recognises another country's certificate of competency, they must audit that administration's quality system and training providers. Any AMSA-issued certificate is renewable only at an AMSA-certified institute. AMSA will not accept short courses or upgrading of its certificates outside Australia.
 
The RMTA then introduced the representative of the NZMSA, who spoke about the adoption of STCW-95 in New Zealand. He said that it had been a relatively straightforward process. He explained that they were expecting a last-minute rush as the remaining 400 New Zealand certificate holders needed to upgrade their certificates before the deadline. He described a potential bottleneck due the New Zealand Fire Service pulling out of seafarers training at a critical time for people wanting to upgrade their short courses and mentioned that the New Zealand Maritime School had sourced another provider to complete this training. The issues and actions that NZMSA is currently working on are:
 
・administrator to certify certificates;
・training facilities to be in accordance with STCW-95 standards;
・care is taken in recognition of overseas certificates;
・extension of certification time to 31 July 2002;
・publication for public awareness;
・training module received from Fisheries Section SPC;
・congratulations to all PICTs for getting onto the White List;
・clarification - all certificates (overseas);
・to make good any deficiencies, oral examination is conducted;
・NZ maritime legislation;
・to meet in full all short course requirements.
 
The RMTA then introduced the representative of the Nautical Institute. The Nautical Institute is the world's leading professional organisation for seafarers with 7000 members in 70 countries. Membership is voluntary, but they have 40 branches worldwide. The annual turnover of the Nautical Institute is over £1 million. The representative said that the Nautical Institute conducted surveys every five years or so to determine what their members wanted in terms of issues and priorities. Many members come from the United Kingdom, North America, Australia, New Zealand, and Asia, but not many members come from Europe. He then touched on the following subjects:
・accreditation and validation;
・user pay;
・executive structure;
・the journal of the Nautical Institute - Seaways;
・award to master of the MV Tampa for professionalism;
・management series;
・the branches;
・five-year plan;
・What makes a good Master?
・professional development;
・course database of NI;
・Fellowship at Sea;
・investment.
 
The Papua New Guinea delegate made a comment about qualified, professional seafarers in the region benefiting from membership in the Nautical Institute and delegates agreed that this issue be put up as a Resolution of the meeting, with the RMTA as the focal point. Wording of the Resolution was delegated to the drafting committee.







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