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Accidental pollution by HNS

Cedre Information Day, 18 March 2008, Saint-Denis-La-Plaine (Paris)

Ever since their creation, Cedre's Information Days have mainly focused on oil spills. Over the last five years we have had to provide answers to very complex questions on maritime or river incidents involving various hazardous products. Some of these products were transported in bulk (Ievoli Sun, Bow Eagle, Ece, incidents in the Kerch Strait) but more frequently in packages (Lykes Liberator, Rokia Delmas, Napoli). With the entry into force of the OPRC-HNS protocol last June, it seemed opportune to explore accidental water pollution by hazardous and noxious substances, bringing together not only French actors but also foreign partners for whom this is a current national or international issue. As is the custom of these Information Days, the current situation in terms of risks, regulations and response techniques will be fully illustrated by concrete examples.

Morning session Chairman Mr Christophe Rousseau, adjoint au Directeur du Cedre

 

Ievoli Sun, Ece and Napoli cases by Stéphane Le Floch, Cedre.  PDF only avalaible in French
  application/pdf Les accidents du Ievoli Sun, de l’Ece et du Napoli

Maritime transportation of HNS in bulk and in containers by Patrick Rondeau, Armateurs de France
  application/pdf Maritime transportation of HNS in bulk and in containers

From response to compensation - From the OPRC-HNS protocol to the HNS convention by Stephan Micaleff, OMI
application/pdf From response to compensation - From the OPRC-HNS protocol to the HNS convention

Aerial modelling - Dispersion mechanisms and simulation by Thibauld Pénelon, Ineris
application/pdf Aerial modelling - Dispersion mechanisms and simulation

The Clara Project - Calculations Related to Accidental Spills at Sea by Laurent Aprin, École des Mines d’Alès
  application/pdf The Clara Project - Calculations Related to Accidental Spills at Sea

Marine risk assessment methodology applied in the context of accidental spills. An example with CLARA Project by Alice James, Cellule Arc Ineris/Ifremer
application/pdf Marine risk assessment methodology applied in the context of accidental spills. An example with CLARA Project

 

 

Afternoon session Chairman Mr André Azéma, direction de la Défense et de la Sécurité civiles

 

Remote sensing by Cf Nyffenegger, Marins-pompiers de Brest et EV Brohan, Préfecture Maritime de l'Atlantique

Responder protection by Christophe Maurin, Bataillon des marins-pompiers de Marseille
application/pdf Responder protection

Experience feedback from Probo Koala by Colonel Bernard Franoz et Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Gesret, SDIS Moselle
  application/pdf Experience feedback from Probo Koala

Response techniques on containers by Christophe Rousseau, Cedre

Response to bulk chemical spills by Fanch Cabioc'h, Cedre PDF only avalaible in French 
application/pdf Les techniques d’intervention sur le vrac

Last update: 17/04/2014