Conference: Maritime & Port Security
Date: 26-27 March 2009
Venue: Grand Plaza Park Hotel, Singapore
Rationale: At any time, there are about 1,000 ships in port. More than 12,000 oil tankers and 3,000 chemical tankers call at Singapore a year. With the substantial amount of oil and chemicals being shipped in and out of the island, safeguarding our waters and port terminals agains threats remains a top priority of the MPA. Singapore was the first country in Asia to sign the US Container Security Initiative (CSI). Singapore maintains a high level of maritime vigilance for the port and its waterways. This is carried out throught the work of the MPA, the enforcement and security agencies and terminal operators.
This conference should not be just about Singapore port security but cover all aspects of Government Regulations and initiatives in "enforcing" security at ports and how this can be achieved; maritime domain awareness and the security of international as well as regional waters (piracy prevention); key initiatives locally and worldwide in enforcing maritime security; and countering terrorism attacks and disaster managements; compliance guidelines and the latest emerging port security capabilities.
From port authorities, government regulators, enforcement agencies including coast guards, police, maritime and ship industries: - General Management; Head of Operations; Head of Chartering; Risk Managers; HSE Advisors; Crisis Managers; In-house Counsel; Corporate Legal, Legal Advisors, Claims Manager, Head of Port Security, Head of Risk.
Register Now to reserve your seat!
Register and Pay before 23 January 2009 and SUPER Enjoy Early Bird Savings of S$400 !
Plus Get 10% Off for Group Registration of 3 and more !
For more information please contact Ms. Iza Jumri
Organised by The Asia Business Forum