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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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AGENDA ITEM 12: OTHER BUSINESS
 
Presentation on issuing certificates
Mr Terry Hartman of Tardis Technology Pty Ltd was invited to give a presentation on a system of issuing Certificates of Competency that would provide security and reduce the risks of forgery. He said his company had produced passport issuing systems and certificate issuing systems for a number of companies. He showed delegates the secure booklets for passport grade certificates, whereby photographs and signatures could be scanned in to the booklet. New technology would enable biometrics to identify the holder with the certificate by including digitised fingerprints, iris scans and facial recognition techniques. The books were passport size with special secure lamination that could not be removed or cut without leaving telltale marks visible under a special viewer. Also available was UV rainbow printing, from the colour blue into pink, making the documents almost impossible to forge. The Tardis system can be integrated with the Neptune Seafarer's database.
 
Costs were an important factor to delegates. One-off artwork would be in the region of USD 1,700, while booklets would be about USD 1.50 for lots of 3,000 or more. Labels were about USD 0.25, as was over-seal material, while the laminate would cost USD 1.00 times two for each inside cover. Printers cost about USD 2,000, although in-book printers ran about USD 4,000-5,000 per unit. Installation and training was extra, but the average cost per book would be about USD 4.00.
 
New ship simulator
Delegates were shown the new RMP ship simulator, which has three 'own ship' positions that can operate individually or in a group exercise, the size of vessel varying from a naval patrol boat to a 32,000 ton container carrier. Various environmental conditions can be inputted to the exercises. The RMTA and the representative of the New Zealand Maritime School demonstrated that the simulator was capable of many different types of training. Simulators can be used in many situations and exercises can be written quite quickly. A number of issues were raised:
 
a. The device is useful as a steering simulation - before cadets go to sea they learn to steer on the simulator. The Senior Lecturer records simple steering from the berth outwards to sea. The cadet is then free to do his steering practice any time he wants, without having to have a lecturer present, thus saving salary costs.
 
b. Simulators must be used as much as possible to be cost effective. It is no good having it boxed up all the time.
 
c. Assessment must be realistic in the sense that complexity may be included, but games are certainly not the aim. It is a training TOOL and should be used as frequently as possible.
 
d. It is especially useful to determine the reaction of the officer of the watch in an emergency or close-quarters situation.
 
e. Another good training situation is to cause an electronic chart malfunction and see if the watchkeeping officer realises the fault.
 
At the same time, the representative of the New Zealand Maritime School outlined his computer-based teaching aid for engineering teaching methods and aids.
 
Training vessel
The Fiji Islands delegate advised the meeting that they had lodged an application with Japan for the provision of a training ship for the benefit of the region, but on a bilateral basis. He asked for comments on the proposal, but none were forthcoming. The representative of the Australian Maritime College said that it was very expensive to operate a training vessel and theirs was costing about AUD 3-4 million per year, and the College was wondering if they could afford to keep the training vessel operating in future. A resolution was suggested and drafted but the meeting did not consider it necessary as Fiji was only advising the meeting on progress.
 
The Fiji Islands delegate further advised that Fiji had already received letters of support for the project, from Tonga, Samoa, Tuvalu and Kiribati.
 
Other matters
The Tonga delegate raised the issue of the possibility of a pool of qualified tutors. The RMTA responded that this was a good idea, but it was necessary to ensure that all tutors were qualified to a base standard before this could happen. SPC was working on this with the tutor training program.
 
The Tonga delegate raised the issue of whether the Association should have a 'Man of the Year' award, but there was no interest and no agreement from the meeting.
 
The Tonga delegate raised the issue whether SPC could have an information technology (IT) communications presentation at the next meeting on advances and new issues in IT communication areas. It was also suggested that a mini-workshop on Internet website design be held if funding could be found.
 
The Tonga delegate requested that an extra agenda item be added after 'adoption of minutes,' called 'matters arising from the minutes.'
 
The RMTA raised the issue of venue of the APIMTIMA meeting and whether it should be held in member countries.
 
The PNG delegate suggested a 'home and away' policy of alternate meetings in Fiji and another country.
 
The Tonga delegate supported this, provided that SPC funding was not a problem and that the costs were the same as holding the meeting in Fiji.
 
The RMTA proposed that the Association should invite the New Zealand Maritime School, the Australian Maritime College and the Asia Pacific Maritime Institute to become associate members of APIMTIMA due to their contribution to maritime training in the Pacific. The proposal was agreed by the delegates and seconded by the FSM delegate.
 
The RMTA proposed that the Association should invite Tokelau to be a member of APIMTIMA. The Tokelau delegate thanked the meeting and agreed to pass on the invitation to the Tokelau Government.
 
AGENDA ITEM 13: DATE AND VENUE OF NEXT MEETING
 
The RMTA said that next year's meeting would depend very much on the funding received by the RMP of SPC but that if funding was secured, it would be held in February or March 2003. He said that he would entertain suggestions for other PICTs to host the meeting but recognised that any other venue would probably mean an increase in airfares.
 
The Chairperson then closed the meeting at 1115 but delegates were asked to report back at 1500 for distribution of documents.
 
Annex 1
LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
Name and Title Office Address Telephone, Fax and Email
COOK ISLANDS    
Mr Ned Howard
Director of Marine
Ministry of Transport
PO Box 61, Rarotonga
Tel: +682 28810
Fax: +682 28816
Email: transport@oyster.net.ck
Captain Don Silk
Harbour Master/Trainer
Port Authority
PO Box 84, Rarotonga
Tel: +682 28814
Fax: +682 21191
Email: captain@oyster.net.ck
FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA    
Captain Matthias Mangmog
Manager, Marine Safety and Inspection Branch
Department of Transportation, Communications and Infrastructure
PO Box PS2, Palikir, Pohnpei FM 96941
Tel: +691 320 2865/5829/2381
Fax: +691 320 5853
Email : TransFSM@mail.fm
Captain Matthias Ewarmai
Director
FSM Fisheries and Maritime Institute
PO Box 1056, Colonia, Yap FM 96943
Tel: +691 350 5244
Fax: +691 350 5245
Email: mewarmai@comfsm.fm
FIJI ISLANDS    
Captain Waisale Salu
Director of Maritime Safety
Fiji Islands Maritime Safety Administration
GPO Box 326, Suva
TEL: +679 331 5266
Fax: +679 330 3251
Email: fimsa@is.com.fj
Mr Kevueli Tavainavesi
Head of School
School of Maritime Studies
Fiji Institute of Technology
PO Box 3722, Samabula, Suva
Tel: +679 331 5115/331 5682
Fax: +679 331 5614
Email: Tkevueli@fit.ac.fj
KIRIBATI    
Captain Miteti Abete
Director of Marine
Marine Division
Ministry of Information, Communication and Transport, PO Box 487, Betio, Tarawa
Tel: +686 26468
Fax: +686 26468/26193
Email: marine.mict@tsk1.net.ki
Captain Klaus Conen
Captain Superintendent
Marine Training Centre
PO Box 511, Betio, Tarawa
Tel: +686 26152
Fax: +686 26561
Email: mtctrw@tsk1.net.ki
MARSHALL ISLANDS    
Captain Larry Muller
Principal
Fisheries and Nautical Training Centre
Marshall Islands Marine Resource Authority, PO Box 860, Majuro
Tel: +692 625 7449
Fax: +692 625 6221
Email: rmifntc@ntamar.com
Mr Betwel Lekka
Assistant Secretary
Ministry of Transportation and Communications
PO Box 1079, Majuro
Tel: +692 625 8869/6083
Fax: +692 625 3486
Email: rmimotc@ntamar.com
NIUE    
Mr Luavasa Makaola
Mechanical Superintendent
Public Works Department
PO Box 38, Alofi
Tel: +683 4297
Fax: +683 4223
Email: pwd@mail.gov.nu
Mr Haimotu Ikikula
Mech. Supervisor (Outside Services)
Public Works Department
PO Box 38, Alofi
Tel: +683 4297
Fax: +683 4223
Email: pwd@mail.gov.nu
PALAU    
Mr William Hayes Moses
Manager, Maritime Safety Branch
Division of Transportation and Communication
Ministry of Commerce and Trade
PO Box 1471, Koror
Tel: +680 488 4343
Fax: +680 488 3207 Email: dot@palaunet.com
Mr Ian Tervet
Commanding Officer
Division Marine Law Enforcement
Ministry of Justice
PO Box 790, Koror
Tel: +680 488 5206
Fax: +680 488 4509
Email: pirates@palaunet.com
PAPUA NEW GUINEA    
Captain David Harrod
Principal
Papua New Guinea Maritime College
PO Box 1040, Madang
Tel: +675 8522615
Fax: +675 8523113
Email: dharrod@global.net.pg
Mr Jerome Ainus
Acting Assistant Secretary (Maritime Safety Branch)
Maritime Transport Division
Department of Works and Transport
PO Box 1489, Port Moresby
Tel: +675 3211866
Fax: +675 3214968
SAMOA    
Mr Fatu Lafoai
Head of School of Maritime Training
Samoa Polytechnic
PO Box 861, Apia
Tel: +685 25092 / 45579
Fax: +685 25092 / 25489
Email: f.jlafoai@sampol.edu.ws
Captain Tafaigata Toilolo
Senior Safety Inspector
Ministry of Transport
PO Box 1607, Apia
Tel: +685 23700
Fax: +685 25419
SOLOMON ISLANDS    
Mr Pascal Ohoau
Chief Shipping Officer
Maritime Transport Division
Ministry of Transport, Works and Communications, PO Box G32. Honiara
Tel: +677 21609
Fax: +677 23798/27952
Mr Starling Daefa
Head
School of Marine and Fisheries Studies
Solomon Islands College of Higher Education
PO Box R113, Honiara
Tel: +677 30686
Fax: +677 30390
TOKELAU    
Mr Harry Stronach PO Box 81, Akaroa
New Zealand
Tel: +64 3 304 8780
Fax: +64 3 304 8790
TONGA    
Captain S. Tu'itupou Fotu
Secretary for Marine and Ports
Ministry of Marine and Ports PO Box 397, Nuku'alofa Tel: +676 26233 Fax: +676 26234
Email: marine@kalianet.to
Captain Tevita Mafi
Nautical Instructor
Tonga Institute of Science and Technology
c/o Ministry of Education
Nuku'alofa
Tel: +676 22667
Fax: +676 24334
TUVALU    
Captain Tito Tapungao
Captain Superintendent
Tuvalu Maritime Training Institute
Private Mail Bag, Amatuku, Funafuti
Tel: +688 20849
Fax: +688 20855
Email: ttapungao@yahoo.com
Mr Uale Sinapati
Acting Director of Marine and Port Services
Department of Marine and Port Services
Teone, Funafuti
Tel: +688 20054
Fax: +688 20722
Email: marine@tuvalu.tv
VANUATU    
Captain Ken J. Barnett
Chief Executive Officer
Vanuatu Maritime College
PO Box 201, Luganville, Santo
Tel: +678 36547
Fax: +678 36154
Email : martrain@vanuatu.com.vu
Mr Bani Timbaci
Commissioner of Maritime Affairs - Under Study
Vanuatu Maritime Authority
PO Box 320, Port Vila
Tel: +678 23128
Fax: +678 22949
Email: vma@vanuatu.com.vu
WALLIS AND FUTUNA    
Mr Alain Chaumont
Director of Maritime Affairs
Service des Douanes et Affaires Maritime
BP 06 Mata-utu, 98600 Uvea
Tel: +681 721401
Fax: +681 722986
OBSERVERS    
Mr Ian C Giddings, BA FNI Education and Training Manager The Nautical Institute
202 Lambeth Road, London SE1 7LQ
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 20 7928 1351
Fax: +44 20 7401 2817
Email: icg@nautinst.org
Mr John Ackrill New Zealand Maritime Safety Authority
PO Box 27006, Wellington
New Zealand
Tel: +64 4 473 0111
Fax: +64 4 494 1263
Email: John.Ackrill@msa.govt.nz
Mr John Briggs Australian Maritime Safety Authority
GPO Box 2181
Canberra City, ACT 2601
Tel: +61 2 6279 5908
Fax: +61 2 6279 5056
Captain Tim Wilson
Director
New Zealand Maritime School
Private Bag 92068, Auckland
New Zealand
Tel: +64 9 379 4997
Fax: +64 9 379 4999
Email:tim.wilson@manukau.ac.nz
Dr Neil Otway
Principal
Australian Maritime College
PO Box 986, Launceston
Tasmania 7250
Tel: +61 3 6335 4700
Fax: +61 3 6326 7063
Email: n.otway@corp.amc.edu.au
Dr. Jeffrey Hawkins
Managing Director
Asia Pacific Maritime Institute
PO Box 124, Legana
Tasmania 7277, Australia
Tel: +61 3 6330 2270
Mobile: +61 419 368082
Fax: +61 3 6330 2290
Email: jhawkins@apmi.edu
Mr Sefanaia Nawadra
Marine Pollution Adviser
South Pacific Regional Environment Programme
PO Box 240, Apia, Samoa
Tel: +685 21929
Fax: +685 20231
Email: sefanaian@sprep.org.ws
Mr Terry Hartmann Tardis Technology Pty Ltd
8 Dennis Place
Jerrabomberra 2619, Australia
Tel: +61 2 6255 9123
Fax: +61 2 6255 9124
Email: mips@ozemail.com.au
SECRETARIAT OF THE PACIFIC COMMUNITY    
FISHERIES TRAINING SECTION    
M. Teriihauroa Luciani Secretariat of the Pacific Community
PO Box D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex New Caledonia
Tel: +687 262000
Fax: +687 263818
Email: TeriL@spc.int
REGIONAL MARITIME PROGRAMME    
Captain John P.B. Hogan
Regional Maritime Training Advisor
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji Islands
Tel: +679 337 9257 or 337 0733 Ext. 257
Fax: +679 337 0146 direct / 337 0021
Email: JohnPH@spc.int
Captain Dr. Peter A. Heathcote Regional Maritime Legal Advisor Secretariat of the Pacific Community Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji Islands Tel: +679 337 9232 or 337 0733 Ext 232
Fax: +679 337 0146 direct / 337 0021
Email: PeterH@spc.int
Captain Apenisa K. Vata
Maritime Training Officer
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji Islands
Tel: +679 337 9221 or 337 0733 Ext. 221
Fax: +679 337 0146 direct / 337 0021
Email: ApenisaV@spc.int
Ms Inise L. Rabukawaqa
Project Assistant/RMP
Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Private Mail Bag, Suva, Fiji Islands
Tel: +679 337 9255 or337 0733 Ext. 255
Fax: +679 337 0146 direct / 337 0021
Email: IniseR@spc.int







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