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2009 Report Card Runway Safety Team From Inception to Implementation Chew Lam Leong Principal Assistant Director (Safety and ATC Procedures) The ATC journey 2005 - First infant steps towards Safety Management Systems - Drafted our own Runway Safety Action Plan for KLIA operations loosely based on the European Runway Safety Action Plan - Operated in a “silo” environment 2006 - Took the first steps in engaging other stakeholders in a formal manner through the establishment of the Malaysian Flight Safety Forum - Runway safety at Subang Airport was discussed as one of the items The ATC journey 2007 - Runway safety for other airports specifically Kuching and Kota Kinabalu airports were discussed during the Flight Safety Forum - A joint investigation on a runway incident in Kota Kinabalu was conducted by MAS and DCA 2008 - The Flight Safety Forum was still the only platform where runway safety issues are discussed - A joint investigation on a runway incursion incident in Kuching was conducted by MAS, AXM and DCA The ATC journey 2009 - Still no dedicated Runway Safety Teams - The Flight Safety Forum was into her 4th year - Wham! (...) Fuel bill ATC Main Control Tower New Control Tower KLIA LAYOUT Rwy 32R Rwy 32L Rwy 33 Rwy 14L Rwy 14R Rwy 15 Hotspot – runway crossings Lessons you can take from our experience - use any platform - start with a group of like-minded individuals from the various stakeholders - the regulator can be a catalyst - forming the RST is just the beginning…to meet new challenges - runway safety incidents will still occur! Your journey? Starting point? Destination But to arrive there, you have to http://www.bing.com/images/search? (...) Runway Safety TeamFrom Inception to Implementation The ATC journey The ATC journey The ATC journey Slide Number 5 Slide Number 6 The ATC journey Slide Number 8 Slide Number 9 Slide Number 10 Lessons you can take from our experience Your journey?
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Score: 736726.76 - https://www.icao.int/APAC/Meet...20RRSS/S6-P4-%20Mr.%20Chew.pdf
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Score: 736726.76 - https://www.unicef.org/india/media/2251/file
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ENFORCEMENT OF THE ADR RULES : MULTI-MODAL OPERATIONS WITH PACKAGED GOODS VEHICLES : MARKING AND PLACARDING OF VEHICLES ACCORDING TO THE IMDG CODE : CONTINUATION OF JOURNEYS AFTER MARITIME TRANSPORT / TRANSMITTED BY THE EUROPEAN PORTABLE TANK ASSOCIATION (EPTA)
Quite recently, enforcement practices have been brought to the attention of the EPTA by the above-mentioned chemical manufacture whereby the enforcer demands that the driver of a vehicle removes all marks and placards before being allowed to continue a journey by road after completion of the journey by sea. (...) EPTA considers the matter of marking and labelling of vehicles to be of concern to the ADR agreement only, but for the sake of good order, proposes some consequential amendments to RID: ADR proposal Amend marginal 3901 (3) to read: “In addition to the danger labels prescribed under ADR, marks and danger labels (placards) conforming to the requirements of other modes of transport may be affixed to packages, intermediate bulk containers, transport units, closed vehicles, open vehicles, sheeted vehicles, tank vehicles, battery-vehicles, fixed tanks, demountable tanks, large and small containers, tank-containers containing dangerous goods which are transported for a part of a journey by road and which must be marked and labelled (placarded) with the provisions of those requirements.” TRANS/WP.15/AC.1/1998/38 page 3 RID Proposal Amend marginal 1901 (3) to read: ”In addition to the danger labels prescribed in RID, marks and danger labels (placards) conforming to the requirements of other modes of transport may be affixed on packages, intermediate bulk containers, small containers, large containers and tank-containers containing dangerous goods which are carried at the beginning and / or end of the journey by rail for a part of a journey by road and whose marking and labelling shall comply with the provisions of the said requirements.”
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Score: 736339.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.15/AC.1/1998/38&Lang=E
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STANDARD OF ACCOMMODATION, TRAVEL TIME AND REST STOPOVERS / FROM THE UNDER-SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
ST/IC/249/Rev.3/Amend.2 Page 3 A B C _______________________________________________________________________________ Journeys Travel time involving Rest (days) for home flying time stopovers leave and family Country and city exceeding 9 hours (days) visit travel _______________________________________________________________________________ Bhutan (Thimphu)............ (...) ST/IC/249/Rev.3/Amend.2 Page 5 A B C _______________________________________________________________________________ Journeys Travel time involving Rest (days) for home flying time stopovers leave and family Country and city exceeding 9 hours (days) visit travel _______________________________________________________________________________ Greece (Athens)............. (...) ST/IC/249/Rev.3/Amend.2 Page 7 A B C _______________________________________________________________________________ Journeys Travel time involving Rest (days) for home flying time stopovers leave and family Country and city exceeding 9 hours (days) visit travel _______________________________________________________________________________ Morocco (Rabat)*............
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Score: 736028.56 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/AI/249/REV.3/AMEND.2&Lang=E
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Score: 735482.76 - https://en.unesco.org/mediabank/view/date/2017.html
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The total length of such a journey could be more than 3 000 km and it might last more than four days, but because of the present "150 km rule", using ATP equipment would not be required. (...) There is a better guarantee of food safety during sea crossings and journeys by inland waterways if the land transport equipment used is ATP classified. (...) In the case of carriage entailing one or more sea crossings other than sea crossings as referred to in paragraph 2 of this article, each land journey shall be considered separately. 2. Notwithstanding the exceptions outlined in article 5 of this Agreement, the provisions of paragraph 1 of this article shall likewise apply to international sea crossings of less than 150 km and to carriage by inland waterways on condition that the goods are shipped in equipment used for the land journey or journeys without transloading of the goods and that such crossings carriage by sea or inland waterways precedes or follows one or more land journeys as referred to in paragraph 1 of this article or takes place between two such land journeys. 3.
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Score: 735447.36 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...=ECE/TRANS/WP.11/2010/1&Lang=E
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WRITTEN STATEMENT SUBMITTED BY ASSOCIAZIONE COMUNITA PAPA GIOVANNI XXIII, A NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION IN SPECIAL CONSULTATIVE STATUS
Migrant, asylum seeker, and refugee women are at greater risk of being victims of sexual exploitation (3) during their journey and upon arrival in their destination country. (...) During the journey, migrant girls and women are exposed to the risk of abuse, mass rape and forced pregnancy, forced prostitution, labour exploitation, forced abortion, assault and threats with firearms, human trafficking, and detention. (...) Awareness of the multiple violence suffered by women before, during and after the journey is a fundamental starting point to be able to help in the recovery of their mental health and wellbeing.
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Score: 735447.36 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=A/HRC/50/NGO/76&Lang=E
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digital transformation journey Archives - UNICC digital transformation journey Archives - UNICC Digital Business Solutions for the UN Family UNRWA Digital Transformation Support Amplifies Opportunities for Refugees UNRWA, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, has recently embarked on a mutually beneficial journey with UNICC. (...) FICSA and UNICC Team Up for a Brighter Future of Work for UN Staff Sharing expertise in the digital transformation journey The Federation of International Civil Servants’ Associations (FICSA), representing the views of over 40,000 International Civil Servants through their member staff associations/unions, recently signed an agreement with the United Nations International Computing Centre (UNICC).  Sharing expertise and experience in digital transformation journeys, UNICC has been identified as a […] The post FICSA and UNICC Team Up for a Brighter Future of Work for UN Staff appeared first on UNICC.
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Score: 735324.7 - https://www.unicc.org/tag/digi...l-transformation-journey/feed/
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REVISION OF RESOLUTION NO. 31: STANDARDS FOR MODELS OF CREW-RELATED DOCUMENTS
Name of craft or unique European identification number or other official craft number journey from via to (km) (km) Start of journey (date) Days of interruption End of the journey (date) Total number of navigation days Signature of boatmaster A B C D E F G 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Complete document  yes  no  Doubts at line(s) __________ Doubts have been eliminated by presenting  (parts of) the logbook  other official documents Space reserved for the competent authority To be completed by the authority: total number of navigation days taken into consideration from this page Validation mark of the competent authority Presented on (date) ____________ SRBXXXXSSSS Signature and stamp of the authority ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2020/19 23 Pages 24 to 55 as page 23 Headings of columns A to G not printed on the following pages 26 to 55. (...) On each page the following entries shall be made: • the operating mode (after each change of the operating mode, a new page shall be used); • the year; • as soon as the craft starts the journey: 1st column - Date (day and month) 2nd column - Time (hour, minute) 3rd column – Name of the location of the start of the journey 4th column – Waterway and km of the location of the start of the journey; • as soon as the craft interrupts the journey: 1st column - Date (day and month) if different from day of the start of the journey 5th column - Time (hour, minute) 6th column - Name of the location where the craft is stationary 7th column – Waterway and km of the location where the craft is stationary; • as soon as the craft starts to navigate again: same entries as start of the journey; • as soon as the craft ends its journey: same entries as interruption of the journey. (...) If crew members spend rest times following a regular schedule, a single scheme per journey is sufficient. • In columns 12 and 13, any changes to the crew shall be recorded specifying the embarking and disembarkation of each crew member.
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Score: 735077.4 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...=ECE/TRANS/SC.3/2020/19&Lang=E
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COMMITTEE 6 : MEMORANDUM CONCERNING THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE / SUBMITTED BY THE SECRETARIAT OF 6TH COMMITTEE
., in rospect of thomselves and one noal:' l"elative to reprctytllGnt et' trQvelling expenStJfl necessarily inct~red by them in thG course of journeys 1T-~dG on duty and to repaYIJlent of the Goat of ono Journey evory year fr'om the seat of the Court tc their homes .and back again. (...) "Judges ad. hoc, nppoint0(1 as provided. in .Artielo 31 of the statute of the Court, shall no entitled to repayment of the travelling expenses neceosarily incurred by them in the course of their journeys made on duty. The Begistrar of the Oou:rb shall be entitled. to repaynont of travelling expenses necessarily incu:rred "by him "in the course of his journeys made en dutyJ and. to repayment of the cost of' one journey every year from the seat of the Court to M.s home and bade again. Article 2 "Journeys r.m.do on duty sru:lll conprise: (1) journeys made necessary by sossions or sittings of the Court held aw[],y froT.l the seat of the Court, and by visits to places concerned in p:t'oceedings; etc.; (2) journeys :r.u:tde nucessary by surtlIllonSEJS to l.'1em'lw!'
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Score: 734957.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...sf/get?open&DS=A/C.6/16&Lang=E
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