(based on MWG TORs as approved by BSHC 13th Conference, 20 August 2008, updated on 20 Sept 2017 by BSHC22
MWG will continue to monitor the progress of the HELCOM Re-survey Scheme and follow Re-Survey Database development. It is of importance to have the database and interface operate reliably.
Continue cooperation with future possible EU CEF, TEN-T and EU REGIO funding projects concerning Re-Surveys in the Baltic Sea.
Follow up HELCOM Head of Delegates outcome item 6.57 on the need of updating Re-survey plan and perform Re-surveys especially in areas in South-Eastern Baltic, where AIS-records show commercial shipping taking place and which areas are not nationally categorized as HELCOM cat I or cat II areas.
Continue cooperation and information exchange with NSHC.
Continue communication with relevant organisations and inform users by giving presentations and participating in relevant conferences, such as HELCOM Maritime and EU BSRS PA Safe Steering Committee (as Harmonized Re-survey Scheme has a Flagship status within EU).
To follow up the approval of IHO S-44 ed 6 and to implement it to the hydrographic work within the Baltic Sea.
DK: Mr Lars Hansen, Mr Jesper Vedel
EE: Mr Peeter Väling
FI: Mr Seppo Mäkinen (Chair)
GE: Ms Cindy Niemeyer, Mr Jean-Guy Nistad
LV: Mr Aigars Gailis, Mr Bruno Spels
LT: Mr Emilis Tertelis, Mr Mindaugas Zakarauskas
PL: Mr Witold Stasiak
RU: n/n mail to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com
SE: Mr Anders Åkerberg, Mr Hans Öiås
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