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    Port Inspection Workshop - trainees workbook 2013
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    The Port Inspection Workshop - trainees workbook  contains the individual  and group exercises that the trainees will complete during the  port Inspection training workshop. The  group activities follow  the  powerpoint presentation lectures that form the  classroom work of the training course
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    Implementation of Port State Measures. Port inspection workshop workbook for trainers (vol. 2) 2013
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    Illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing is a global treat to sustainable fisheries and to the management and conservation of fisheries resources and marine biodiversity. Port state controls are now recognized as an effective tool to combat IUU fishing. This has been reinforced with the development of the 2009 FAO Agreement on Port State Measures to Prevent, Deter and Eliminate Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing. This publication is a three-volume set of training materials to b uild the institutional capacity of fisheries, maritime, customs and port staff in undertaking port state inspections. Successful trainees are expected to gain confidence and skills in participating as part of a team in port inspections, both independently and in concert with other competent port control authorities. This volume provides guidance for trainers on conducting a training workshop, including breakout activities, workshop case studies and training notes.
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    Port Inspections Tasks - activities guide 2013
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    This  guide is to be read in conjunction with the Port Inspection Technical Guide and the Port Inspections Workshop Workbook that  for the   APFIC Port Inspections Traning course.  The " Port Inspections Tasks -  activities guide"  contains  background froms and   material   to assist Port Inspectors  undertake an inspection of   a  fishing  vessel.  It is the intention of this guide to provide a safe working method for port inspections. It is acknowledged that some inspections will be low risk and that officers should use their judgment whether every step is necessary, for every inspection. In some case an inspection is codified by an intertiol instrument such as the IOTC PSM. In such cases the forms and guidelines for that measure should always be used. Following each of the steps will ensure a properly planned inspection with full consideration of risks in advance, and ongoing consideration of risks as the inspection occurs. It ensures a thorough, complete, and competent inspection with the best chance of identifying whether the vessel has been involved in IUU fishing activity. Using the steps will mean inspectors can demonstrate they have undertaken their job professiolly and have not cut corners. They can defend their actions. Caution is essential and safety is the paramount consideration at all time. Using this guide will help mage these risks. The Port Inspections Tasks activities guide  covers the   following  key  areas of  a   fishing  vessel inspection in port. Spe cifically: Pre-Boarding Information Conducting the Boarding Conducting Initial Safety Inspection (ISI) Inspecting Vessel Hold,Fridges/Freezers and BelowDecks Inspecting Vessel Deck and Equipment Inspecting Vessel Bridge

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