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  • e-Compliance Project
    EU countries including ship operators a classification society a PCS operator and a maritime administration bringing extensive and comprehensive expert knowledge and experience to the project E Compliance is being coordinated by BMT Group Ltd a leading international design engineering and risk management consultancy Stakeholder Focus Everyone Benefits The e Compliance project is designed to provide improvements to all the stakeholders At the heart of the e Compliance approach to rule creation lies the concept of an ontology which is a structured and to some extent computer readable model of the maritime regulations domain Using the e Compliance system a supranational organisation would be able to ensure an improved consistency when drafting new maritime regulations Ports will be able to publish regulations and report templates in a machine readable format which the e Compliance ship system will pick up to automatically initiate the reporting and compliance checking process Connecting the makers of the law to those who need to enforce or obey it through an electronic system would mean those required to uphold a regulation need to know of any changes The same goes for International Safety Management code companies Providing updates on regulation changes which are filtered by relevance for example ship or cargo types and geographic regions will help practitioners update their processes and internal procedures to ensure compliance Port inspectors would also see benefits Certificates could be issued with a QR code that is scannable QR with mobile devices codes Using such codes a paper certificate s validity could be readily checked using a handheld device like a smartphone allowing the user to compare the stored details to the information on the certificate This will simplify and speed up the validation process for on board certificates Ship agents will be able to formulate computer readable rules that

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/ (2015-11-08)
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  • e-Compliance Project
    Nations International Maritime Organization Key Issues Requires Flag States to ensure that their ships comply with minimum safety standards in construction equipment and operation STCW Name International Convention on Standards of Training Certification and Watch keeping 1978 Authority United Nations International Maritime Organization Key Issues Establishes basic requirements on training certification and watch keeping for seafarers MARPOL Name International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 73 78 Authority United Nations International Maritime Organization Key Issues Designed to minimize pollution of the seas through dumping oil and exhaust pollution MLC Name Maritime Labour Convention Authority United Nations International Maritime Organization Key Issues Sets minimum requirements for seafarers to work on a ship from minimum age to conditions of employment hours of work and rest Europe s Integrated Maritime Policy is aimed at enhancing Europe s capacity to face the challenges of globalisation and competitiveness climate change degradation of the marine environment maritime safety and security energy security and sustainability The recent White Paper for Transport 2011 provides a Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area A key dimension of this is Optimising the performance of multimodal logistic chains including by making greater use of inherently more resource efficient modes The key to achieving this objective is integrating maritime e Compliance with e Compliance for multimodal transport chains and e Compliance for Customs Of particular interest is the need to align regulations and exchange or retrieve data from different directorates MOVE JLS FISH ENV TAXUD and EU agencies Therefore all EU regulatory requirements must be fully integrated in future compliance solutions Currently security compliance has a strong focus on the role of the carrier to submit in advance information on the cargo that is planned to be entered or exited from the EU borders e g the Entry Summary Declaration

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/project/background.aspx (2015-11-08)
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  • e-Compliance Project
    challenges outlined above Activities will include Establishment of a cooperation model between regulation setting and enforcement authorities both for port state control and IMO regulations for modelling and interpreting regulations ensuring harmonisation across national and organisational boundaries Demonstration of automated compliance management by Modelling and delivery of regulations in electronic format Harmonised e Services for more effective and coordinated enforcement controls and inspections E services in support of the class

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/project/call-id.aspx (2015-11-08)
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  • e-Compliance Project
    Read More 04 December 2014 First Year Review e Compliance has officially passed its first year review by the EC The reviewers deemed that the project has made good progress towards its objectives Read More 15 July 2014 IMO Paper on Electronic Certificates The e Compliance consortium submitted an information paper on how to implement electronic on board certificates to FAL 39 The concepts were also presented by our partner

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/news.aspx (2015-11-08)
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  • e-Compliance Project
    provide a first version of Business Improvements that the system will provide Published 13 03 2015 Identity Thesaurus Version 1 Name Thesaurus Description This is the first version of the e Compliance thesaurus in SKOS format This file is computer readable you will need a SKOS viewer to open it If you are looking for a human readable version have a look at the Thesaurus in MS Word format Published 01 02 2015 Identity Thesaurus Version 1 Name Thesaurus in MS Word Description This document contains the concept hierarchy preferred and alternative labels of the thesaurus in MS Word format Only English labels are included Unlike the SKOS file this version is human readable Published 01 02 2015 Identity FAL Name Information Paper from ISO TC8 on Technical Options for Implementing Electronic Certificates Description This document discusses some readily available options for the implementation of electronic certificates The required technologies and standards are presented Published 08 07 2014 Identity D2 3 Name System Architecture Description This document contains the architecture of the e Compliance system It specifies the system components interfaces and high level functionality Published 08 07 2014 Identity Ontology Name e Compliance Ontology Class Structure Description This document contains the class structure of the e Compliance ontology in OWL format It can be opened using Protégé Full details of the ontology are given in deliverable D2 2 Published 13 06 2014 Identity D2 2 Name Ontology Description Deliverable 2 2 contains the first version of the e Compliance ontology covering the maritime regulations domain We provide the full class structure and show how the ontology can be used to model maritime regulations We use real world examples including SOLAS MARPOL EU Directives the ISM Code and local port regulations Published 13 06 2014 Identity D1 1 Name Stakeholder

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  • e-Compliance Project
    10 2013 Cutting No 23 Subject EU e Compliance to distill shipping regulations into one IT format Publication Chinese Shipping Published 18 10 2013 Cutting No 26 Subject EU e Compliance to distill shipping regulations into one IT format Publication Jura Mope Sea Published 18 10 2013 Cutting No 27 Subject EU launches system to untangle regulations red tape Publication Fairplay Published 17 10 2013 Cutting No 15 Subject Improving efficiency in regulation compliance Publication World Cargo News Published 17 10 2013 Cutting No 21 Subject EU e Compliance to distill shipping regulations into one IT format Publication Sea News Turkey Published 17 10 2013 Cutting No 22 Subject New EU Research Project Publication Government Opportunites Published 07 10 2013 Cutting No 28 Subject New EU research project Publication Procurex Published 07 10 2013 Cutting No 31 Subject EU addresses regulatory compliance Publication Tanker Operator Published 04 10 2013 Cutting No 8 Subject R D project to create a model for managing regulations digitally Publication Digital Ship Published 04 10 2013 Cutting No 13 Subject New EU Project Aims to Improve Efficiency of Maritime Regulations Publication Synergy Marine Group Published 04 10 2013 Cutting No 20 Subject New EU Project Aims to Improve Efficiency of Maritime Regulations Publication Carbon positive Published 03 10 2013 Cutting No 3 Subject New EU Project Aims to Improve Efficiency of Maritime Regulations Publication Marine Insight Published 03 10 2013 Cutting No 4 Subject New EU research project Publication Green Port Published 03 10 2013 Cutting No 6 Subject EU to Streamline Maritime Regulatory Compliance Publication Ship Bunker Published 03 10 2013 Cutting No 9 Subject New EU research project Publication Maritime Journal Published 03 10 2013 Cutting No 10 Subject New EU Research Project to increase regulation compliance in maritime sector Publication Ship Technology

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/media-coverage.aspx (2015-11-08)
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  • e-Compliance Project
    philosophy based on sustainability quality innovation and experience visit website Trasmediterranea Trasmediterranea 1917 is Spain s market leader in ROPAX RORO maritime traffic with a own fleet of 20 ships sailing 1 3 million miles to serve 2 6 million passengers 630 000 vehicles and 5 1 million line meters of Ro Ro cargo The company operates regular services to Balearics North Africa and the Canary Islands offering door to door services visit website Danaos Danaos Shipping Co Ltd is a Cyprus incorporated ship manager with offices in Greece Germany and the Ukraine On behalf of its customers Danaos Shipping Co Ltd provides ship management services to one of the world s largest fleets of containerships and drybulk carriers while it also supervises many highly technically demanding and geographically diverse shipbuilding projects visit website Inlecom INLECOM Systems Ltd provides knowledge management corporate sustainability and business performance optimisation solutions to a number of sectors Since 2008 we are dedicated to research and innovation in transport and logistics covering policy strategy operational processes and ICT solutions visit website Temis TEMIS helps organizations structure manage and exploit their unstructured information Its platform Luxid extracts targeted information from content to semantically enrich it with domain specific metadata By embedding both natural language processing and ontology management it enables uniquely efficient workflows to intelligently manage deliver access and analyze increasing volumes of information visit website DNV GL As the leader in maritime services DNV GL delivers unique competence and technological expertise across all vessel types offering an unprecedented depth and breadth of services and innovative solutions From entire vessels to individual components we offer expert ship and offshore certification and classification plus advisory services that bring your business further visit website BMT Group Ltd BMT is an international design engineering and risk management consultancy working

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  • e-Compliance Project
    Project Leader Philipp Lohrmann Telephone Number 44 0 20 8614 4293 BMT Group Ltd Research Directorate 1 Waldegrave Road Teddington TW11 8LZ United Kingdom Contact Us Name Email Message Telephone 44 0 207 123 4567 BMT GROUP LTD Research Directorate

    Original URL path: http://www.e-compliance-project.eu/contact.aspx (2015-11-08)
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