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CARING Final Confence 3rd September 2013 Helsinki, Finland

Programme


12:30 Registration

Chairman of the day: Ms Eija Velin, Director, Centre for Maritime Studies, University of Turku

13:00 Opening Words
Ms Sari Nyroos, Head of Unit and Ms Anne E. Suominen, Senior Training Manager,
Centre for Maritime Studies, University of Turku

13:10 SAGIT and LASTU – Cargo Securing Co-operation
Ms Mikaela Dahlman Tamm, Senior Legal Advisor, Legal Department, Insurance Sweden and Mr Petri Murto, Transport Specialist, Finnish Transport and Logistics – SKAL

13:45 Leonardo National Agency’s Address
Ms Hannele Nevalampi, Programme Manager, Vocational Education and Training, Centre for International Mobility CIMO

14:00 Quick Guide – Securing Cargo for Goods by Road
Mr Stefan Reimers, TYA, Vocational Training and Working Environment Council

14:15 Cargo Calculator
Mr Pet Andersson, Working Chairman, MariTerm Ab

14:30 Coffee

15:00 Learning Material
Mr Hannu Lähdevaara, Principal Lecturer, Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences and Mr Nils Andersson, Project Manager, MariTerm Ab

16:00 Online Survey, Quality Management and Piloting
Mr Agostino Massa, Researcher in Sociology, Department of Political Sciences, University of Genoa and Mr Moritz Petersen, Research Assistant, Institute of Business Logistics and General Management, Hamburg University of Technology

16:30 Advisory Partners - Experiences from CARING
          Mr Mikko Hänninen, Project Manager, Finnlines plc
          Mr Juhani Lepikkö, VR-Group Ltd

16:50 Closing Words
Ms Sari Nyroos, Head of Unit, Centre for Maritime Studies,
University of Turku

17:00 End of the Seminar

 

Presentations

01_mikaela_dahlman-tamm.pdf

02_petri_murto.pdf
03_hannele_nevalampi.pdf
04_stefan_reimers.pdf
05_peter_andersson.pdf
06_hannu_lahdevaara.pdf
07_nils_andersson.pdf
08_agostino_massa.pdf
09_moritz_petersen.pdf

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