Attachment 1, Presentation S-124Project Team
Attachment 2, Tallinn Radio NAVTEX transmitter field strength measurements
Presentation of Navtex reception from Norderney in Germany
Femernbelt Tunnel Project Denmark - Germany
Danish Maritime Authority
Ulla Bjørndal Møller firstname.lastname@example.org
Estonian Maritime Administration
Olavi Heinlo Olavi.Heinlo@vta.ee
Darja Jokk email@example.com
Tallinn Radio, State Infocommunication Foundation (RIKS)
Aleksandr Laur firstname.lastname@example.org
Jüri Grigorjev Juri.Grigorjev@riks.ee
Weather Service of Estonian Environment Agency
Taimi Paljak Taimi.Paljak@Envir.ee
Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom
Janne Virtanen email@example.com
Janina Tapia Cotrino firstname.lastname@example.org
Vessel Traffic Services Finland (VTS Finland)
Dan Lillberg email@example.com
Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI)
Marja Aarnio firstname.lastname@example.org
Bundesamt für Seeschifffahrt und Hydrographie (BSH)
Elena Maria Gnehm ElenaMaria.Gnehm@bsh.de
Wilfried Behncke Wilfried.Behncke@dwd.de
Carola Heitmann-Bacza Carola.Heitmann-Bacza@dwd.de
Thies Schlünzen email@example.com
Generaldirektion Wasserstraßen und Schifffahrt
Henning Sauer Henning.Sauer@wsv.bund.de
Hydrographic Service, Maritime Administration of Latvia
Bruno Spels (National Co-ordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org +371 26319865
Aigars Gailis (Substitute National Co-ordinator) email@example.com +371 2649924
Lithuanian Transport Safety Administration
Alla Bira firstname.lastname@example.org
Emilis Tertelis email@example.com
Asta Lučkienė firstname.lastname@example.org
The Norwegian Coastal Administration
Trond Ski email@example.com
Nautical Information Department (HOPN)
Dariusz Grabiec firstname.lastname@example.org
Dariusz Tomczak email@example.com
Maritime Office in Szczecin Marine Hydrographic Department
Andrzej Dołgopołow firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Navigation and Oceanography, Ministry of Defence
No registered members email@example.com
State Reseach Navigation- Hydrographic Institute
No registered member firstname.lastname@example.org
State administration of seaports of the Baltic Sea
No registered member email@example.com
Swedish Maritime Administration (SMA)
Johan von Bültzingslöwen (National and Baltic Sea Coordinator) firstname.lastname@example.org
Agneta Hedström agneta.hedstrom@Sjofartsverket.se
Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI)
Lisa Lind email@example.com
Mats Johansson firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandra Fyrstedt email@example.com
The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office
Murdo MacDonald (Navarea I Coordinator) murdo.macdonald@UKHO.gov.uk
Matthew Sheldon (Deputy Navarea I Coordinator) matthew.sheldon@UKHO.gov.uk
Neil Salter (Chair of the IMO Navtex Co-ordinating Panel) Neil.Salter@UKHO.gov.uk
Christopher Gill (Secretary of the IMO Navtex Co-ordinating Panel) Christopher.Gill@UKHO.gov.uk
The Working Group should report to the BSHC Conferences.
a) To facilitate that the GMDSS MSI services in the Sub-area are arranged in compliance with the regulations and recommendations set up in the documents stated under 1 e).
b) To facilitate cooperation concerning technical and administrative matters related to the MSI service.
c) To facilitate the exchange of information about events that could affect safety at sea within the Sub-area.
d) To facilitate the exchange of advice concerning all aspects of daily MSI work.
e) To facilitate harmonization of new and existing methods that make MSI and other relevant information to shipping available by means other than GMDSS.
f) To evaluate and compile views on new and changed methods of providing MSI and to forward these to the relevant body.
g) To exchange information about major planned operations at sea that are expected to affect international shipping in coastal waters of neighboring countries.
h) To discuss and summarize the Sub-area’s common views and suggestions for changes to the documents mentioned under 1 e), to be forwarded to WWNWS-SC by Sweden.
a) Membership is open to member states and associate member states of the BSHC. Each member state shall be represented by governmental organizations dealing with MSI and/or other relevant information to shipping. The National Coordinator of Norway, the Navarea One Coordinator, the IMO Navtex Coordinating panel and other relevant official international bodies could also be invited to the BSMSIWG meetings and may be consulted through correspondence.
b) Non-governmental organizations may attend meetings wholly or to the extent decided by the chair.
c) BSMSIWG meetings should be held every second year.
d) In the time between BSMSIWG meetings, the group should work through correspondence.
e) At the end of a BSMSIWG meeting, the host and the approximate time for the next meeting should be decided.
f) The chair and the coming host nation decide who shall be the point of contact regarding the coming meeting.
g) A preliminary invitation, including meeting dates and place, should be sent out by e-mail approximately one year before each meeting.
h) The final invitation, including logistic information, a first draft agenda, a request for additional agenda items, a national report, and other papers, should be distributed not later than half a year before the meeting.
i) A national report and other papers should be sent to the Sub-area coordinator and to the host nation not later than six weeks before the meeting. All documents should be published by the chair on the BSHC website, www.bshc.pro
j) The BSMSIWG chair should be proposed by the WG and thereafter elected by the BSHC conference. The secretary should be elected by the WG.
k) The agenda should be adopted at the beginning of the meeting.
l) Decisions should be made through consensus among the nine BSHC Member States (1b).
m) Decisions and agreed upon actions made during the meeting should be summarized at the end of the meeting and included as an annex to the minutes.
n) The draft minutes shall be distributed within six weeks of the meeting’s conclusion. Comments should be returned no later than three weeks after the distribution of the draft minutes. Final minutes should be distributed and posted on the BSHC website within three months of a meeting.
o) The continued existence of BSMSIWG and the Terms of Reference shall be a standing point on the agenda. Any suggestions for changes should be addressed by the chair of the working group to the chairman of the following BSHC conference.
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