Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD)

Agenda and Training Program


22 JULY 2019

Time Agenda and Training Program
0830-0900 Opening Ceremony
  • Statement by partners
  • Opening Statement (by SG/SEAFDEC or representative)
0900-0930 Global Initiatives to Combat IUU Fishing (by NOAA and FAO)
0930-1000 Introduction on Countermeasures to reduce IUU fishing in Southeast Asia (by SEAFDEC/TD)
1000-1030 Refreshment and Group Photo
1030-1200 Management of foreign fishing vessels in Australia (by Australian Fisheries Management Authority)
  • Management for the arrivals of foreign fishing vessels in Australian ports
  • The process of determining access to our ports and the process which undertake when inspecting these fishing vessels
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1400 Overview of the 2009 FAO Agreement/ Status on PSM, Ratification and Implementation in the Region (by FAO)
1400-1500 Current situation on inspection activities for port control/ Port State Measures (by Member Countries)
1500-1530 Refreshment
1530-1700  Current situation on inspection activities for port control/ Port State Measures (by Member Countries)

23 JULY 2019

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-1000 Current situation on inspection activities for port control/ Port State Measures (by Member Countries)
1000-1030 Refreshment
1030-1200

Implementation of PSM in Thailand (by DOF, Thailand)

  • Inspection scheme for foreign flag vessel under PSMA
    • Legal framework
    • Inspection scheme
    • Cooperation
1200-1300 Lunch
1300-1430

Implementation of PSM in Thailand (by DOF, Thailand)

  • Inspection before entry to port
    • AREP analysis and risk assessment (lecture + practice)
    • Electronic system includes AIS and VMS analysis
1430-1500 Refreshment
1500-1630

Implementation of PSM in Thailand (by DOF, Thailand)

  • Inspection at port
    • Risk further mitigates by onboard inspection
    • Offloading control

24-25 JULY 2019
 

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-1630

Conducting PSMA Inspections and Detecting IUU Fishing Activity (by NOAA)

  • Pre-Arrival Activities: Using Pre-Arrival Information (PSMA Annex A) to Counter IUU Fishing: Exploration of Open-source Resources, intelligence analysis and Networks of MCS Practitioners
  • Conducting a PSMA Inspection (Safety and Security, Documents/Records onboard vessels for inspection, VMS and other electronics to inspect, RFMO requirements)
  • Collection of Evidence and Documentation to Support Prosecution of IUU Fishing Cases by Relevant Authorities
  • Requirements of PSMA and options upon detecting IUU fishing activity on inspection
  • Reporting (PSMA Annex C) and Information Sharing Requirements of PSMA to Combat IUU Fishing
  • Case Studies on PSMA and Counter-IUU Fishing to Include Transnational Crime, Fish Products in Global Trade (including container inspections) and other relevant cases)
1630-1700
(25 July 2019)

Closing Session

  • Closing Statement (by SEAFDEC)

Remark: On 24 July 2019, at 1630-1700 Special side event: Introduction for development of ASEAN IUU fishing “Watch List” by SEAFDEC Secretariat (for SEAFDEC Member Countries only)


26 JULY 2019

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-1600 Observation on Bangkok fishing port and inspection activities (by SEAFDEC and DOF, Thailand)

 


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