TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT OF VESSELS CARRYING HAZARDOUS CARGOES IN PORT AREAS
The emergence of specialist ships created an equally special need for a new port facilities. This in turn created a need for a completely new approach and attitude by ports, who have the statutory responsibility for safety within their jurisdiction. Judging by comments made at many conferences few ports (if any in some delegates' views) have achieved this. In the absence of national regulations, UK ports have been forced into a go it alone situation resulting in a miscellany of requirements to be met. In this paper the author shows how one port, the Tees, has in facing up to one area of responsibility for safety endeavoured to develop a traffic management system to meet the growing need of the industry in a responsible and sensible way and in so doing has recognised the expertise that industry has and can offer.
- The Proceedings of MariChem 79: Papers presented at the Second International Conference on Marine Transportation, Handling and Storage of Bulk Chemicals, MariChem 79, together with verbatim discussion. Held in Monte Carlo, 6-8 March 1979.
Gastech Exhibitions Limited,
- LEWIS, P J
- Publication Date: 1980
- Pagination: p. 63-69
- TRT Terms: Analysis; Hazardous materials; Highway traffic control; Inland waterways; Maneuvering; Marine safety; Port authorities; Port operations; Port traffic; Safety; Ship pilotage; Transportation; Vessel traffic control; Water traffic; Water transportation
- Geographic Terms: United Kingdom
- Old TRIS Terms: Hazardous materials transportation; Inland waterways navigation; Restricted water operation
- Subject Areas: Safety and Human Factors; Terminals and Facilities; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00314746
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: Conf Paper
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Aug 27 1980 12:00AM