9001金沙澳门官网，June 27, 2002G8 acts to enhance maritime securityThe G8 Summit meeting in Canada has issued a statement saying that the G8 will take a number of measures to enhance transportation security. The G8 Summit brings together the leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. In addition, the European Union participates and is represented by the president of the European Council and the President of the European Commission.Here are some of measures the G8 says it will takeImplement as expeditiously as possible a common global standard based on UN EDIFACT for the collection and transmission of advance passenger information . Work towards agreement by October 2002 on minimum standards for issuance of travel and identity documents for adoption at ICAO, and by June 2003 on minimum standards for issuance of seafarers' identity documents for adoption at the ILO.Work towards developing recommendations on minimum standards for the application of biometrics in procedures and documents by the spring of 2003, with a view to forwarding them to standards organizations.Improve procedures and practices for sharing data on lost or stolen passports and denied entries, with a practical exercise by September 2002.Container SecurityWork expeditiously, in cooperation with relevant international organizations, to develop and implement an improved global container security regime to identify and examine high-risk containers and ensure their in-transit integrity.Develop, in collaboration with interested non-G8 countries, pilot projects that model an integrated container security regime.Implement expeditiously, by 2005 wherever possible, common standards for electronic customs reporting, and work in the WCO to encourage the implementation of the same common standards by non-G8 countries.Begin work expeditiously within the G8 and the WCO to require advance electronic information pertaining to containers, including their location and transit, as early as possible in the trade chain.Maritime SecuritySupport, in the IMO, amendment of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea to accelerate the date of the installation of automatic identification systems on certain ships to December 2004.*Support, in the IMO, amendment of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea to require mandatory ship security plans and ship security officers on board ships by July 2004.Support, in the IMO, amendment of the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea to require mandatory port facility security plans and port facility security assessments for relevant ports serving ships engaged on international voyages by July
- * (The Government of the Russian Federation supports the proposal concerning installation of AIS on certain ships by December 2004, as well as the proposal concerning availability of port facility security plans and port facility security assessments for relevant ports serving ships engaged on international voyages by July 2004. However, on grounds of technical feasibility of these proposals, the Russian Federation reserves for itself the right to extend the timeframe of their implementation by the year 2006)ImplementationIn order to ensure timely implementation of this initiative, says the G8 statement, we will review progress every six months, providing direction as required to G8 experts. G8 experts will pursue these priorities and will promote policy coherence and coordination in all relevant international organizations (ICAO, IMO, WCO, ILO), in partnership with industry.