This is the updated conference programme of MARITIME Security Conference


Conferenceprogramme Wednesday, October 01st 2003

08:45-09:10 AM Welcome remarks from Senator Uldall

Chairman: Dr. Bernd Kröger, ehem. Geschäftsführer Verband Deutscher Reeder und deutscher Vertreter in der ECSA

Speaker: Senator Gunnar Uldall

09:10-09:30 AM The Role of the IMO in Safety at Sea Speaker: Hartmut Hesse, Maritime Safety Division, International Maritime Organization IMO
09:30-09:50 Am A European Framework for Maritime Security Speaker: Jean Trestour, Maritime Policy & Technology European Commission Brussel
09:50-10:20 Am Global Cooperative Efforts in Maritime Security Speaker: Robert C. Bonner, Commissioner Customs and Border Protection U.S. Department of Homeland Security , USA
10:20-10:30 AM Q + A to Keynote Speakers Moderator: Dr. Bernd Kröger
10:30-11:10 AM Coffeebreak and exhibit viewing
11:10-11:30 AM Insurance & Liability Issues in Maritime Security- For Shippers, Carriers, Ports. Speaker: Jonathan Lux, Managing Director, INCE Co
11:30-11:50 AM 24 Hour Manifest Rule- Implications of providing container content information in a secure environment. Speaker: Richard Grube, CEO Metaship AG
11:50-13:45 PM Luncheon and exhibit viewing
13:45h-14:05 PM Protecting Maritime facilities from terrorist attack Speaker: Captain Frank Sturm, U.S. Coast Guard
14:05-14:25 PM How should can European shippers most effectively respond to the IMO regulations Speaker: Friedhelm Ulhorn, Direktor Seefracht Deutschland, DHL-Danzas Air & Ocean Germany GmbH
14:25-14:45 PM Protecting the cruise line and ferry industry Speaker: William Gibbons, Director, Passenger Shipping Association, UK
14:45-15:05 PM Q + A to Speakers  
15:05-16:00 PM Coffeebreak and exhibit viewing
16:00-17:30 PM

Executive round table: Maritime Security in Europe

Daivd Whitehead, Chairman ESPO

Nicolette van der Jagt , Secretary General ESC

Alfons Gunier, Secretary General ESCA




ab 17:30 PM Cocktail reception in exhibit hall Foyer Hall 1

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Conferenceprogramme Thursday, October 02nd 2003

09:00-10:30h ISPS Code Part 1 IMO regulations Container Sec. 1 Container transport
10:30-11:00h Coffeebreak Coffeebreak Coffeebreak Coffeebreak
11:00-12:30h ISPS Code Part 2 IMO security Container Sec. 2 Security Officer
12:30-14:45h Luncheon Luncheon Luncheon Luncheon
14:45-16:15h Terror attack Security technologies Container Sec. 3 Supply Chain Security
ab 17:00h End End End End


ISPS Code Workshop Part 1

The International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS)

Moderation: Kapt. Henning Scharringhausen, Geschäftsführer des Fortbildungszentrum Hafen Hamburg e.V., Hafenkapitän Mai, Kapitän der Bremischen Häfen

1) Port Security - first steps of a Port Master Speaker: Kapt. Jens Weber, Port Facility Security Officer, Hamburg Hafen Lagerhaus (HHLA)
2) Company Security - first steps of the Company Rickmers Volker Arends, Company Security Officer der Rickmers Reederei
3) Port Security - a logistic challange Hafenkapitän Mai, Kapitän der Bremischen Häfen
4) First experiences with ISPS- CSO, SSO and PFSO trainings Sven Stohn, Security Berater und Trainer FZH Hamburg
Q + A to Speakers Moderation: Kapt. Henning Scharringhausen
ISPS Code Workshop Part 2
Small Workshops with presentation of the results
A) Implementation of the new security requirement in a sea port - risk and chances Speaker: Kapt. Jens Weber, Port Facility Security Officer, Hamburg Hafen Lagerhaus (HHLA)
B) Binding the ISPS Code in the ISM -risk and chances Volker Arends, Company Security Officer der Rickmers Reederei
C) Security standards in a port Hafenkapitän Mai, Kapitän der Bremischen Häfen

D) Security Awareness

E) Regulation 8 - new SOLAS rules

Sven Stohn, Security Berater und Trainer FZH Hamburg

Kapitän Ronald Wöhrn, Master Mariner & Partner Kanzlei Ahlers & Vogel Hamburg, Shipmaster for Safety and Security

Präsentation of the workshop groups Moderation: Kapt. Henning Scharringhausen, Geschäftsführer des Fortbildungszentrum Hafen Hamburg e.V., Kapt. Andreas Mai, Hansestadt Bremisches Hafenamt

Counterterrorism table top exercise simulation of a terrorist attack on a port

- who is in charge

- who will be contactef first

- how will be contactet


Chairman: Siemens Building Technologies AG

Mr. Wayne S. Williams Regional Director Western Region Siemens One USA

Mr. Poser, Emergency Services Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

Implementation of IMO rules for European Port Facilities

Speaker: Davis Wilson Le-Moine, Head of Marketing Thales Communication, Raphael Kahn, Director Secure Marine Netherland

Implementation of IMO Security requirements for cargo and passenger ships

· implementation period for ship security assesments·

ship security plans

· training of security personal

· influence of security measures on ship design and construction

Chairman: Dr. Hans Payor,Vorstand Germanischer Lloyd AG

Speaker: Dirk Eggers, Germanischer Lloyd AG; Kapt. Dietrich Dabels, Verband Deutscher Reeder; Christoph Brockman, Bundesamt für Seeschiffahrt

Maritime security technology

- Identification Systems

- Accsess Control

- Technologies of the future

Chairman: interflex Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KG

Speaker: Dipl. Ing. Hartmut Beckmann, Produktmanager Sicherheitssysteme, Interflex Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KG, Stuttgart

Biometric procedures for the identification and verification

- Criteria, data security and goals of the Biometrie

- Selected biometric procedures

- Characteristics and modes of operation of biometric systems procedures

Recognize the entitled persons by knowledge, possession or characteristics

Speaker: Jürgen Junghanns Produktmanager Identifikation bei Interflex Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KG Vorsitzender des Fachausschusses Zutrittskontrolltechniken im BHE Mitglied der deutschen und europäischen Normenausschüsse für Zutrittskontrolle
Container Security Part 1  

Development and Research

Container Security Technology Part one What R&D is presently underway to support the next class of technology?

Chairman: US Office of Naval Research, Peter Colon, Buck Consultants International, Klaus Ebeling, Secretary General European Intermodal Association Simon Royals, World Custom Organization Matthew Schor, Private Consultant, Captain Frank Sturm, Commanding Officer, Europe, US Coast Guard
Container Security Part 2

Requirement and technology

Container Security Technology Part two What are the requirements driving container security technology?

Speaker: William J. Baukus, Director Technical Marketing American Science and Engineering, Inc., Terry Whittock, Director Technical Marketig and Cargo Systems, L3 Communication Bruna Feretti, Leghorn Supplies SRL Peter Southwood, PMSI Port Marine Security Peter Williams, PMSI Port Marine Security Mark McGlade, Regional Vice President Europe, SAVI Simon Gradassi, Marketing Manager Smith Heimann
Container Security Part 3  

Practical conversion

Container Security Technology Part three Present Practises - What are the present state-of-the-art technologies supporting these issues?

Speaker: Nabil Adam, Center for Global Change and Governance at Rutgers-Newark, Dr. Maureen McCarthy, Director Office of Research & Development, S&T Directorate Department of Homeland Security Rob Quartel, CEO Freight Desk Technology David Lord, ICTS UK Marian Parker, Business Development Manager Inmarsat LTD. Matthew Heaton; Private Consultant Neil Fischer, QinetiQ Terry Gibson, SAIC Bill Halkett, Security Processes LTD. Kurt Kammerer, President & CEO VI Agents Securie International Transport John Hensley, SAIC

US/European challenges in container transport to the USA

- Container Security Initiative (CSI)


- Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA)

Terry Gibson, Vice President of Corparate Development SAIC

How Port Facility Offices tackle maritime security challanges?

Chairman: Dr. Jürgen Sorgenfrei, Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V.; Dr. Dirk Behrendt, Wirtschaftbehörde Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg

Speaker: Peter Morton, Chief Operating Officer Port of Felixstowe; Security Manager Sander Doves, Security Officer Port of Rotterdam; Fabio Capocaccia, Secretary General Port of Genua, Port of Gothenburg - TBA

Supply Chain Security

How Shippers, manufactures, carrieers, truckers, ports and terminals must work collaboratively

Chairman: Michel Dutech, Execuitive Director French Association of Maritime Technology, Klaus Ebeling, Secretary General EIA European Intermodal Association

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