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The U.S. Marine Salvage and Firefighting Regulatory Framework and Marine Salvage Case Studies

發布時間:2019-10-25 09:09:24 發布人:王利  審核人:李天鎮

美國打撈協會主席Jim Elliott學術報告

報告題目:利用网赌漏洞假充值The U.S. Marine Salvage and Firefighting Regulatory Framework and Marine Salvage Case Studies

時    間:利用网赌漏洞假充值2019年10月28日星期一15:30-17:00

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Abstract/Presentation Summary: The marine salvage industry plays a vital role in protecting the marine environment. Governments, industry and the public, worldwide, now place environmental protection as the driving objective, second only to the safety of life, during a marine casualty response operation. Recognizing over 20 years after the passage of the United States’ Oil Pollution Act of 1990 that the effectiveness of mechanical on-water oil recovery remains at only about 10 to 25 percent while the international salvage industry annually prevents over a million tons of pollutants from reaching the world’s oceans, ten years ago the United States began implementing a series of comprehensive salvage and marine firefighting regulations in an effort to improve the nation’s environmental protection regime. These regulations specify desired response timeframes for emergency salvage services, contractual requirements, and criteria for evaluating the adequacy of a salvage and marine firefighting service provider. In addition to this effort to prevent surface oil spills, in 2016, the U.S. Coast Guard also recognized the salvage industries advancements in removing oil from sunken ships and recovering submerged pollutants, issuing Oil Spill Removal Organization (OSRO) classification standards for companies that have the capabilities to effectively respond to non-floating oils. On the 10thanniversary of the US salvage and marine firefighting regulatory framework, this presentation will review the implementation of the U.S. salvage and marine firefighting regulations and non-floating oil detection and recovery requirements; analyze the impacts and effectiveness of these new policies; and present several marine salvage case studies and recommendations to further enhance salvage and oil spill response effectiveness.

Biography: Jim Elliott is President of the American Salvage Association and Chief Operating Officer of the Teichman Group of Companies, including T&T Salvage and T&T Subsea. He is responsible for managing worldwide marine salvage, heavy lift, commercial diving and emergency response operations while simultaneously managing multiple companies. With three decades of leadership experience in maritime operations, he has served as a senior Coast Guard Officer, Incident Commander, Salvage Master, Commercial Diver and Project Manager on salvage and oil spill response operations from the Equator to the Arctic. Jim holds a Bachelor of Science in Environment Management with distinction, a Master of Environmental Policy with honors, Master of Arts in National Security and Strategic Studies with highest distinction from the U.S. Naval War College and MBA with merit from the University of London. Additionally, he has earned over 75 Federal, State and industry awards and medals, including the U.S. Coast Guard’s prestigious Inspirational Leadership Award.

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