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EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action. International Workshop to Strengthen Core Capacity at Designated Points of Entry under International Health Regulations. DG HEALTH & CONSUMERS PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME 2008-2013. Acronym: SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action Contract Number: 20122103 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action International Workshop to Strengthen Core Capacity at Designated Points of Entry under International Health RegulationsDG HEALTH & CONSUMERS PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME 2008-2013Work plan 2012 for the second programme of Community action in the field of health (2008-2013) 3.1.2.3. The Impact on Maritime Transport of health threats due to biological, chemical and radiological agents, including communicable diseases

Acronym: SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action

Contract Number: 20122103

Duration: 39 Months (January 2013 - April 2016)

Situation analysis and needs assessment Addressing passenger ships State of the art: Communicable diseases & outbreaks from 1970 to 2006EU MS categorised in 4 groups according to their capacityStudy: 32 countries and 176 authorities Needs, gaps, legislationUse experience of existing programmes Manual for health and hygiene - outlineJoint Action for all types of threats in maritime transportCargo shipsInland navigation vesselsFishing vesselsPassenger shipsEU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action - The historyDevelopment of materials and establishment of training network Manual for health and hygieneTraining network and pool of experts Training material Training modules for PHO & seafarersEU SHIPSAN Integrated Program/pilot inspectionsWeb-based Communication Network

31 institutions from 23 countries were designated by their Ministries of Health

AustriaBelgiumBulgariaCroatia CyprusEstoniaFranceGermanyGreeceIceland IrelandItalyLithuaniaMaltaNetherlandsNorwayPolandPortugalRomaniaSlovakiaSloveniaSpainUnited KingdomEU SHIPSAN ACT Joint ActionThe partnership

The EU consists of 28 EU member countries and 3 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway)Of these 31 countries, 5 countries are landlocked: Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg and Slovakia23/26 EU countries with sea borders are partners in the Joint Action 4To strengthen an integrated strategy and sustainable mechanisms at EU level for safeguarding the health of travelers and crew of passenger and cargo ships and preventing the cross-border spread of diseases.

Facilitate the implementation of the EU legislation: Decision No 1082/2013/EU of the European Parliament and of the council on serious cross-border threats to health Directive 2010/65/EU on reporting formalities for ships arriving in and/or departing from ports of the Member States by supporting EMSA to implement MDHDirective 2009/13/EC based on ILO convention on occupational health by developing an outline of a risk assessment tool for occupational health on ships OSHA-OiRa toolFacilitate implementation of IHR:Supporting core capacities Annex 1b by training, inspections, contingency planning guidance and IHR provisions for conveyances and conveyance operators including SSCFocus on: prevention, identification, assessment & link with existing mechanisms for response coordination to serious cross border threats to health caused by communicable diseases, chemical, biological and radiological agents. SHIPSAN ACT JAEU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action General objective

SHIPSAN ACT ACTIVITIESResearch:State of the Art report (WP4)A five part report will be compiled, consisting of:

Draft availableDraft Report Survey results Figure 8. Legionnaires diseases outbreaks by place of occurrence

Figure 1. Influenza outbreaks by types and subtypes. N=23

EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action. Draft State of the Art. Work Package 4: State of the Art ReportAuthors: R Palmera, J Prez, F Nogareda, C Varela. INSTITUTO de SALUD CARLOS III SPAIN. March 2014Literature review and surveys for chemical or radiological events in all types of ships or at portsFigure 24. Radiological events by place of occurrence. N=13Figure 22. Radiological events by type of vessel. N=13EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action. Draft State of the Art. Work Package 4: State of the Art ReportAuthors: R Palmera, J Prez, F Nogareda, C Varela. INSTITUTO de SALUD CARLOS III SPAIN. March 2014Figure 25. Chemical events, with cases, by type of vessel. N=69Figure 27. Chemical events, with cases, by type of chemical substances. N=69Training needs related to core capacities at the points of entry (ports) among the EU countriesNeeds for training by level of importance for responding to events that may constitute Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC)EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action. Draft State of the Art. Work Package 4: State of the Art ReportAuthors: R Palmera, J Prez, F Nogareda, C Varela. INSTITUTO de SALUD CARLOS III SPAIN. March 2014SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action will facilitate IHR implementation by:Delivering European and national training courses focused on IHR (2005) and the issuance of Ship Sanitation Certificate (SSC) by using the WHO Learning ProgrammeRunning the web based SHIPSAN ACT information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates

Inspections in all types of ships for SSCsStandards: WHO Handbook for inspection of ships and issuanceof Ship Sanitation Certificates

Tools: SHIPSAN ACT Information System for recording andissuing Ship Sanitation Certificates under theInternational Health Regulations 2005, for all types of ships sailing in EU. http://ssc.shipsan.eu

Integrated Inspection Programme 12

Information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC)

Integrated Inspection Programme FunctionsRegistriesShipsOwnersAgentsClassification SocietiesPortsOther Organizations/AuthoritiesPort Health AuthoritiesInspectors

Overview pageInspection formsMessages BoardNews sectionAddress BookHelp toolOnline user manualAdvance SearchSitemap

Information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC)

Integrated Inspection Programme 14Generation of an empty checklist, under the IHR 2005Generation and print of official documents related with the inspectionsShip Sanitation Certificates (SSCC or SSCEC)Evidence Report

Functions

FunctionsInformation system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC)

Integrated Inspection Programme 15 Authorisation Different users and user groups depending on the access level and authorization:

System administratorShipsan administratorsInspectorsInternational OrganizationsNational Authorities

Information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC)

Integrated Inspection Programme 16A web-based system for port health officers or other public health worker conducting inspection for issuance of SSCs

To gain access visit http://ssc.shipsan.eu/ and complete an application form Information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC) Integrated Inspection Programme 171 registered inspectors from 9 European countries A total of 4273 Ship Sanitation Certificates have been issued and recorded in the SHIPSAN information system based on the WHO Handbook for inspection of ship and issuance of SSCs

Inspection AreaNumber of DeficienciesBallast water6Cargo holds14Child-care facilities14Galley, pantry and service Areas1192Medical facilities386Engine room6Potable water974Quarters121Sewage51Other systems and areas44Solid and medical waste67Stores391Swimming pools and spas17Integrated Inspection Programme Information system for recording and issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates (SSC) 18European directory of authorised ports to issue Ship Sanitation Certificates under IHR 2005The contact details of the authorised ports of EU countries for issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates under IHR (2005) available via the EU SHIPSAN ACT Joint Action website.

The aim is to create the first contact list for authorised ports of EU countries responsible for issuing Ship Sanitation Certificates under IHR (2005) that will:facilitate port to port communication, strengthen the network of port health officers in Europe and further facilitate communication of the ship directly with the appropriate port health authorities when desiring to ask for a Ship Sanitation Certificates renewal.

Integrated Inspection Programme PASSENGER SHIPS: Aims to bring a consistent and proportionate approach to ship inspections of all ship types which will improve the quality of inspections by: providing training (e-learning, face-to-face, on the job);issuing an annual inspection schedule;operating information tools for recording and sharing inspection results.Inspections of passenger shipsStandards: European legislation Tools: SHIPSAN ACT Information System & Manualwww.shipsan.eu/comnet

2013-2014: Announced inspections accompanied by a SHIPSAN ACT trainer2015: Unannounced inspections by port health officers trained by SHIPSAN ACT

Integrated Inspection Programme 20

The SHIPSAN Manual consists of 2 Parts: Part A includes the inspection standards in 10 chapters. Part B describe guidelines for the prevention and control of influenza, gastroenteritis and legionellosis

Deliverable No 9 - Work Package 5

11 working groups (75 participants) were established in December 200813 European countriesEuropean Centre for Diseases Prevention and Control (ECDC)World Health Organization (WHO)International Maritime Organization (IMO)US Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP)European Cruise Council individual cruise liners and ferry liners

101 contributors

Submission to EAHC in May 2010

It is based on the Outline of the manual produced through the SHIPSAN project4 Working group meetings2 Collaborative group meetings2 ad hoc working group meetings Advisory board meetings and consultation Industry, EC, ECDC, WHO10 expert working groups and about 100 contributors Site visits for the assessment on ships and on port authorities (CDC-VSP, Southampton, Paris MoU)Pilot testing of Manual sectio