Presentations

Midterm Partner Meeting Online, 11 June 2020

Project overview Lauri Ojala & Jarmo Malmsten, UTU

Topical issues in communication, Minna-Liina Ojala, UTU

GoA 2.2. Legal and liability issues
Jorma Rytkönen, Finnish Environment Institute

WP3 Updates: GoA 3.1 & 3.2
Miikka Toivonen, Southwest Finland Emergency Services

GoA 3.3. NGO educational activities in cooperation with CA’s
Heta Hyvärinen, Finnish Red Cross

GoA 3.4. Maritime simulation training
Kadi Kasepõld, Estonian Maritime Academy

Activities in Latvia
Aleksandrs Pavlovičs, Latvian Maritime Academy

Tabletop Exercise in Port of Mērsrags, Latvia, 14 August 2019

Minutes of the event

Welcoming words and introduction of the exercise by Andrejs Zvaigzne, Vice Rector, Latvian Maritime Academy

Welcoming words by Janis Budreika, Chief of Port of Mērsrags

Briefing on modern OIL SPILL response equipment by Deniss Bičkovs, Board Member, Delta Green Line EU

Presentation by Solveiga Kadike and Miks Papiritis, Latvian Institute of Aquatic Ecology

Presentation by Magda Jentgena, Baltic Sea and Freshwater Programme Manager, WWF Latvia

Presentation by Dainis Kanders, Environmental Officer, Latvanergo

Presentation by Olga Meļņičenko,  Latvian Association for Environmental management

Legal and Liability issues as part of the OIL SPILL Execution Plan by Jorma Rytkönen, Finnish Environment Institute

WP2 Workshop “Joint Exercises and Communication in Emergencies” in Tallinn, Estonia, 13–14 June 2019

Oil spill response and Southwest Finland Emergency Services by Torbjörn Lindström, Development Manager, Southwest Finland Emergency Services

Response coordination in the case of an oil spill in shallow waters and coastal areas by Mindaugas Kruopys, Project Manager, Fire and Rescue Department of Lithuania

Responders’ training and education „status quo“ in Estonia by Kadi Kasepõld, Chief Specialist, Tallinn University of Technology (Estonian Maritime Academy)

Evaluation of the OSR Preparedness using “RETOS” tool by Jorma Rytkönen, Head of Unit, Finnish Environment Institute

OIL SPILL Kick-off in Turku, 13–14 February 2019

Welcoming Address and Project Overview by Prof. Lauri Ojala, Project Director, University of Turku

Project Management and Current Status of the Project by Jarmo Malmsten, Project Manager, University of Turku

Work Package 2: Horizontal & Vertical Cross-Border Cooperation by Agni Kaldma, Senior Officer, Ministry of Environment of Estonia

Work Package 2: Horizontal & Vertical Cross-Border Cooperation by Jorma Rytkönen, Head of Unit, Finnish Environment Institute

OIL SPILL Project in Latvia by Aleksandrs Pavlovics, Marine Accident Investigation Division Director, Latvian Maritime Academy

Work Package 3: Joint Exercises and Educational Cooperation by Miikka Toivonen, Designer of the Development Unit, Southwest Finland Emergency Services

OIL SPILL Project in Denmark by Carsten Iversen, Director, Danish Civil Protection League

OIL SPILL Project in Sweden by Per Nisser, Chief Prevention Officer, Östra Götaland Fire and Rescue Service

Dissemination of State-of-the-Art Technologies by Mindaugas Kruopys, Project Manager, Fire and Rescue Department under the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania

NGO Educational Activities by Heta Hyvärinen, Project Officer, Finnish Red Cross

Maritime Simulation Training by Kadi Kasepõld, Chief Specialist, Tallinn University of Technology

Maritime Simulation Training by Sergej Suzdalev, Researcher, Klaipėda University

Project Management and Project Practicalities by Jarmo Malmsten, Project Manager, University of Turku

Project Visibility and Communication by Mikko Harteela & Oskari Kajander, Communication Team, University of Turku

Financial Management by Sari Tähtinen, Financial Manager, University of Turku