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

Related Documents on PSM

UNCLOS : United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982

http://www.un.org/depts/los/convention_agreements/texts/unclos/UNCLOS-TOC.htm


UN Fish Stocks Agreement

http://www.un.org/depts/los/convention_agreements/convention_overview_fish_stocks.htm


Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries

http://www.fao.org/docrep/005/v9878e/v9878e00.htm


Compliance Agreement :  AGREEMENT TO PROMOTE COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT MEASURES BY FISHING VESSELS ON THE HIGH SEA

http://www.fao.org/fileadmin/user_upload/legal/docs/012t-e.pdf


Global Record of Fishing Vessels, Refrigerated Transport Vessels and Supply Vessels

http://www.fao.org/global-record


International Day for the Fight against Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing 5 June 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-ms232e.pdf


IPOA - International Plan of Action to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing

Listings of NPOA and RPOA IUU - http://www.fao.org/fishery/topic/166341/en

IUU leaflet - http://www.fao.org/3/a-i6069e.pdf


IPOA - Capacity International Plan of Action for the Management of Fishing Capacity (legal text, NPOA and RPOA and other publications)

http://www.fao.org/fishery/ipoa-capacity/en


PSMA 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5469t.pdf


Leaflet on PSMA 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5779e.pdf


A guide to the background and implementation of the 2009 FAO Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i2590e.pdf


International Plan of Action to prevent, deter and eliminate illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing

www.fao.org/docrep/003/y1224e/y1224e00.htm s


Legal Frameworks : IMPLEMENTATION OF PORT STATE MEASURES - LEGISLATIVE TEMPLATE

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i5801e.pdf


APFIC : Port Inspections

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 1: Technical guide to port inspection of fishing vessels

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 1: Technical guide to port inspection of fishing vessels (in Thai)

 

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 2: Port inspection workshop workbook for trainers

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 2: Port inspection workshop workbook for trainers (in Thai)

 

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 3: Port inspections: Guide to activities and tasks

Implementation of Port State Measures. Volume 3: Port inspections: Guide to activities and tasks (in Thai)


APFIC Report of the FAO/APFIC Workshop on Implementing the 2009 FAO Agreement on Port State Measures to Combat Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing, 23-27 April 2012 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i2774e.pdf 


FAO/APFIC REGIONAL WORKSHOP  ON PORT STATE MEASURES TO COMBAT ILLEGAL, UNREPORTED AND UNREGULATED FISHING FOR THE SOUTH ASIAN SUBREGION  

http://www.fao.org/tempref/docrep/fao/011/i0763e/i0763e00.pdf


IOTC documents and training manuals

http://www.iotc.org/compliance/port-state-measures


VMS

http://www.fao.org/fishery/vms/en


Other FAO reports 

http://www.fao.org/fishery/ipoa-iuu/publications/en


 PEW A Methodology for Capacity Needs Assessments Towards Implementation of the Port State Measures Agreement

http://www.pewtrusts.org/en/research-and-analysis/reports/2014/02/06/a-methodology-for-capacity-needs-assessments-towards-implementation-of-the-port-state-measures-agreement


Voluntary Guidelines for Catch Documentation Schemes 

http://www.fao.org/3/a-i8076e.pdf


 

List of Participants

CAMBODIA

Dr. Em Puthy (Mr.) #186, Road Norodom Blvd
Khan Chamcar Mon
Phnom Penh
Cambodia
Tel: +855 1220 2805
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   Mr. Chhuon Kimchhea Deputy Director of Department of Fisheries Affairs

#186, Preah Norodom Blvd, Songkat Tonle Bassac
Khan Chamcar Mon
Phnom Penh
Cambodia
Tel: +855 1727 2896
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INDONESIA  

 Mr. Bambang Sigit Sugiharto Directorate of Fishing Vessel and Fishing Gear, Directorate General of Capture Fisheries

JL. Riam Donan No. 126 B RT 03 RW o3
Kelurahan Kebon Manis Kecamatan Cilacap Utara
Cilacap-Jawa Tengah
Indonesia 53232
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   Mr. Achmad Fauzie Head of Sub Division for Fishing Vessel Management
Directorate General of Capture Fisheries

Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries
Medan Merdeka Timur 16th Street
Mina Bahari Building II, 7th Floor, Gambir
South Jakarta
Indonesia
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MALAYSIA  

 Mr. Bakri bin Miswan Senior Fisheries Officer
Resource Management Officer

Department of Fisheries
Level 2, Lot 4G2, Tower Block
Wisma Tani, Precinct 4
62628 Putrajaya
Malaysia
Tel: + 601 6477 1055
Fax: + 603 8889 1233
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  Mr. Muhamad Abdul Rauf bin Abdullah Fishery Officer
Department of Fisheries

Level 5, Lot 4G2, Tower Block
Wisma Tani, Precinct 4
62628 Putrajaya
Malaysia
Tel: + 60 11 3567 2516
Fax: + 603 8889 1786
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MYANMAR     

 Mr. Aung Moe Kyaw Department of Fisheries
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation

Building No.36, Pandita Road,
Naypyitaw
Myanmar
Tel: + 956 7341 8530
Fax: + 956 7340 8477
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   Mr. Kyaw Min Phyo Director
Yangon Regional Officer

Regional Office
Department of Fisheries
Bayintnaung Road
Yangon
Myanmar
Tel: + 95 1364 4517
Fax: + 95 1364 7721
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PHILIPPINES     

 Mrs. Lordiena P. Otadoy Aquaculturiest 4

BFAR 12, Fishport Complex Tamblear
General Santos City
Philippines 9500
Tel: +63 0835 5440 17
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SINGAPORE     

Dr. Cheryl Goh Deputy Director (Fisheries Management and Compliance Section)

Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore
35 Fishery Port Road
Singapore 619742
Tel: +65 6805 2816
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   Mr. Zulkifli bin Yaakop Senior Technical Officer

Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority of Singapore
31 Attap Valley Road, #02029
Singapore 759908
Tel: +65 6257 9760
Fax: +65 6754 8276
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THAILAND     

Ms. Nalinee Uysuwan Fishery Biologist Practitioner Level
Fish Quarantine Division

Department of Fisheries
Kaset Klang, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Tel: +66 2940 6558
Fax: +66 2940 6558
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  Ms. Jitpisut Sanboonpeng Fishery Biologist Practitioner Level
Marine Fisheries Division

Department of Fisheries
Kaset Klang, Bangkhen, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900
Thailand
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VIET NAM     

Mrs. Nguyen Thi Trang Nhung Department of Legislation and Inspection
Directorates of Fisheries

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
No. 10, Nguyen Cong Hoan Street
Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District
Hanoi City
Viet Nam
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  Mr. Pham Hung Officer
Directorates of Fisheries

Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development
No. 10, Nguyen Cong Hoan Street
Ngoc Khanh Ward, Ba Dinh District
Hanoi City
Viet Nam
Tel: +849 8380 4039
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SEAFDEC SECRETARIAT   

  
Dr. Kom Silapajarn (Mr.) Secretary-General and Chief of the Training Department
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  Mr. Tetsuya Kawashima Senior Expert and Technical Coordinator
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Ms. Suwanee Sayan Program Officer
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SEAFDEC TRAINING DEPARTMENT     

Dr. Yuttana Theparoonrat Training and Research Supporting Division Head
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  Mr. Isara Chanrachkij Research and Development Division Head
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Mr. Kongpathai Saraphaivanich Training and Information Section Head
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  Ms. Namfon Imsamrarn Information Technology Officer
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Ms. Yanida Suthipol Information Technology Officer
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  Mr. Krit Phusirimongkol Training and Extension Officer
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Ms. Kanokwan Thobphuk Training and Extension Officer
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RFPN     

Mr. IBM Suastika Jaya RFPN for Indonesia
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  Ms. Vanny Sengkapkeo RFPN for Lao PDR
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Ms. Nant Kay Thwe Moe RFPN for Myanmar
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  Ms. Bernadette B. Soliven RFPN for the Philippines
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Ms. Thumawadee Jaiyen RFPN for Thailand
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RESOURCE PERSON

THAILAND

       
Ms. Jaruwan Songphatkaew Fishery Biologist Practitioner Level
Fish Quarantine and Inspection Division

Department of Fisheries
50 Phaholyothin Road, Lad Yao, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Hand Phone: +668 9592 5143
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   Mr. Thira Rodchevid Fishery Biologist Practitioner Level
Fish Quarantine and Inspection Division

Department of Fisheries
50 Phaholyothin Road, Lad Yao, Chatuchak
Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Hand Phone: +669 8461 5269
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FAO

       
Mr. Philippe CACAUD FAO Consultant

40 Rue De La Crotte Du Moulin
Thoiry 01710
France
Tel: +336 1696 3628
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  Ms. Cassandra De Young Fishery Planning Analyst

39 Maliwan Mansion, Phra Athit Road
Phra Nakorn
Bangkok 10200
Thailand
Tel: +66 2697 4141
Fax: +66 2697 4445
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NOAA

       
Mr. Todd Dubois Assistant Director - Enforcement Operations
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  Ms. Katheryn Patterson E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mr. Trent Johnson E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      
         

SEAFDEC

       
Mr. Sutee Rajruchithong Assistant to Training Department Chief/Administrative
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  Dr. Somboon Siriraksophon (Mr.) Policy and Program Coordinator
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OBSERVER     

USAID

       
Dr. Craig Kirkpatrick (Mr.) E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   Ms. Aurelia Micko E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
         

SEAFDEC/SWEDEN PROJECT     

Dr. Jacob Hagberg (Mr.) International Fisheries Policy Expert
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   Ms. Saisunee Chaksuin Gulf of Thailand Sub-regional Coordinator
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INTERN STUDENT FROM JAPAN

Ms. Fumika Taguma        

SECRETARIAT OF THE MEETING

Mr. Sonthikan Soetpannuk Internet System Administrator
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  Mr. Wasit Yimnoi Audio-visual assistant
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Agenda and Training Program


20 FEBRUARY 2018

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-0930 Opening Ceremony
0930-1030 Overview of IUU Fishing Trends, International Cooperation, and Global/ Regional Initiatives to Combat IUU Fishing (Dr.Somboon Siriraksophon)
1030-1100 Group photo and refreshment
1100-1200 Overview of the 2009 FAO Agreement/ Status on PSM, Ratification and Implementation in the Region (FAO)
1200-1330 Lunch
1330-1500 Guidelines of National Legal Aspects, Policy and Institutional of PSMA Implementation (FAO)
1500-1530 Refreshment
1530-1700

Integration and Inter-Agency Coordination for Implementing PSMA (FAO)

  • Process and Priorities of Implementation
  • Decision Points
  • Denial of Port Access
  • Denial of Port Services

21 FEBRUARY 2018

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-1030 Pre-Arrival Activities and IUU Fishing Risk Assessment (Examples of Available Resources and PSMA Annex A Information to Evaluate Arriving Vessels) (NOAA)
1030-1100 Refreshment
1100-1230

Conducting PSMA Inspection of vessel  (NOAA)

  • Prior boarding inspection
  • Boarding and inspection procedures
    • Identification the VMS devices and VMS record
  • Freezer and cold store inspections guidelines
1230-1330 Lunch
1330-1500

Conducting PSMA Inspection of vessel (cont’)  (NOAA)

  • Bridge observations and equipment
  • Calculating product weight by hold measurements
  • Calculating gross fish hold volume
1500-1530 Refreshment
1530-1700 Post Inspection Activities, Information Sharing and Reporting (NOAA)

22 FEBRUARY 2018
 

Time Agenda and Training Program
0900-1030

Situation, preparation and capacity need on PSM implementation to combat IUU fishing through review of legal and regulation by Member Countries

  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Cambodia
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
1030-1100 Refreshment
1100-1230

Situation, preparation and capacity need on PSM implementation to combat IUU fishing in Member Countries

  • Myanmar
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • Viet Nam
1230-1330 Lunch
1330-1500

Lesson Learned on PSM implementation in Thailand (DOF, Thailand)

  • Preparation of National Legal Aspects, Policy and Institutional to support PSM Implementation
  • Port State Duties
  • Flag, Coastal, and Market State Duties and Responsibilities
1500-1530 Refreshment
1530-1700

Lesson Learned on PSM implementation in Thailand (cont’) (DOF, Thailand)

  • Port Control
  • Surveillance and At-Sea Control
  • Trade Measures
  • Data Compilation and Exchange
  • Inter-agency coordination


23 FEBRUARY 2018

Time Agenda and Training Program
0800-1200 Observation on Bangkok fishing port and inspection activities
(SEAFDEC and DOF, Thailand)
1200-1400 Lunch
1400-1530

Q & A and Training and Workshop Evaluation

1530-1600 Refreshment
1600-1630

Closing  Ceremony

 

Prospectus on PSM

 

REGIONAL TRAINING ON

PORT STATE MEASURES IMPLEMENTATION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

20 - 23  February 2018

Bangkok, Thailand

 

Illegal Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing is a global threat to sustainable fisheries and to the management and conservation of fisheries resources and marine biodiversity. As a tool to combat IUU fishing, the importance of enhanced port state control has increasingly gained ground throughout the last decennium. The growing reliance on port states to combat non-sustainable fishing practices stems to a great extent from the failure of flag states to effectively control fishing operations carried out by vessels flying their flag.

Port State Measures (PSM) are requirements established or interventions undertaken by port states which a foreign fishing vessel must comply with or is subjected to as a condition for use of ports within the port state. National PSM would typically include requirements related to prior notification of port entry, use of designated ports, restrictions on port entry and landing/transshipment of fish, restrictions on supplies and services, documentation requirements and port inspections, as well as related measures, such as IUU vessel listing, trade-related measures and sanctions. Many of these measures have in recent years seen their inclusion and development in international instruments.

Since the late 1990s, a number of international fora issued calls to combat IUU fishing, and in March 2001, the FAO Committee on Fisheries (COFI) adopted the International Plan of Action to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate IUU fishing (IPOA-IUU) which was applied on a voluntary basis. A large and diverse set of measures for States was bounded to combat IUU fishing, individually and in collaboration with other States. Some of these measures are designed for use by all States; others are tailored for application by flag States, coastal States and port States.

Improved strength and coordination of port State measures and other surveillance activities will be necessary to maximize the benefit from such surveillances. FAO has played a leading role in this regard, culminating in the acknowledgement by COFI at its Twenty-sixth Session in 2005 that  there was a need to strengthen port State measures as a means of combating IUU fishing in a more substantive manner given that the lack of agreed, binding measures provided a loophole.  The Committee endorsed the FAO Model Scheme on Port State Measures to Combat IUU Fishing, and agreed that follow-up work should be undertaken, especially with respect to operate the FAO Model Scheme.

Port State measures have been increasingly adopted by RFMOs, and are also addressed in a number of international instruments. This culminated at the Twenty-seventh Session of COFI in March 2007 when the Committee acknowledged the urgent need for a comprehensive suite of port State measures and the strong support expressed on the proposal to develop a legally binding instrument for port State measures which were based on the 2001 FAO IPOA-IUU and the FAO Model Scheme.  

Regarding to the Southeast Asian Region, the Plan of Action on Sustainable Fisheries for Food Security Towards 2020 which was adopted in ASEAN-SEAFDEC Conference Fish for the People 2020 “Adaptation to a Changing Environment” in Bangkok, Thailand during 13-17 June 2011 emphasizes to build up capacity among Member Countries, including functions for regional and sub-regional cooperation, to effectively meet the requirements of port state measures and flag state responsibilities.

In support of the implementation of PSM for the ASEAN region, and in anticipation of the entry into force of the PSM and the need for strengthened regional cooperation, The SEAFDEC Training Department (TD) under implement the project on the “Promotion of Countermeasures to reduce IUU Fishing”, with funding support from Japanese Trust Fund has been promoting PSM activities to Member Countries. The project organized “Experts Group Meeting on Port State Measures in Southeast Asia”, “Expert Meeting on Regional Cooperation to Support the Implementation of Port State Measures in Southeast Asian Region”, and “Workshop on Regional Cooperation for Implementation of Port State Measures to Improve Fisheries Management and Reduce IUU Fishing in Southeast Asia” in November 2012, February and November 2016, respectively.  The recommendations from all meetings emphasized that SEAFDEC and partners should support and assist Member Countries to implement PSM activities through enhanced understanding of the requirements contained in the PSM and to provide capacity building by engaging persons at all level and to strengthen regional cooperation towards combating IUU fishing within the ASEAN region. 

Following the recommendation and requests from the SEAFDEC Member Countries, “The Regional Training on Port State Measures Implementation in Southeast Asia” will be organized by SEAFDEC/TD in collaboration with other international organization to support implementation and capacity building on PSM for fishery manager in the region.


Objectives 

  1. To build up the capacity of participants in better understanding the Port State Measures
  2. To increase knowledge of participants for Port State Measures and relevant activities for combating IUU Fishing;
  3. To review existing Port State Measures and find the way to practical improvement for Member Countries

 

 

 

 

 

 

List of Training in 2017

 

Date Title More Information
23-27 January 2017 In-house Intensive Training Workshop on Gender Analysis for SEAFDEC Staff Provisional Prospectus
23-27 January 2017 Practical Training on Energy Audits for Fishing Vessels Provisional Prospectus
27 January 2017 Shipboard training on energy efficiency used and energy saving : Trial test by bottom trawl by M.V.PLALUNG 1 Cruise Order 
30 January-2 February 2017 Essential-EAFM Training Course at Trat Province  
4-5 April 2017 In-house Training on Gender Sensitivity for SEAFDEC/TD Staffs Provisional Prospectus 
25-26 April 2017 In-house Training on Gender Sensitivity for SEAFDEC/Secretariat Staffs Provisional Prospectus 
28 April 2017 In-house Training on Gender Sensitivity for Regional Fisheries Policy Network (RFPN) Provisional Prospectus 
1 June 2017 In-house Training on Effective English Writing on Office Memorandum and Official Letter  
6-16 June 2017 The 60th Short-term Training Course for University Students : Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management Course Curriculum 
28 Aug-1 Sep 2017 Training on Fishing Gear Drawing by CorelDraw in Thailand  
29 August 2017 In-house Training on Development for Leadership  
31 Aug-1 Sep 2017 On-site Training on Implementation of Fishing License Database System for FiA/Cambodia  
11-15 September 2017 Shipboard Training on "Observer Onboard Program" for DOF Thailand  Cruise Order 
6-11 November 2017 Regional Training Course on Essential Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries Management  Course Curriculum
November
(Tentative)
Symposium on the Joint Research and Training Cruise in Southeast Asia Waters by Koyo Maru  
11-15 December 2017 Regional Training Course on Fish Handling Techniques Applicable to Various Fishing Operations in Southeast Asia Download Prospectus

 

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