What does it involve? What value does all the certification bring? Can we profit/save money on certification? What is the Danish Maritime Authority's and Class companies'
role? What is the status of "Mutual Recognition" of the Classification Society’s certificates? Attend this conference and be much wiser on a difficult subject.
ISO certification and the value it provides, inter alia, as a quality management system. Are there many benefits in a dynamic quality management tool as a strategic management
system? Can it be measured both on the company's/ship-owner´s bottom line, and on its image and employee satisfaction? Come and hear some good case studies from
companies and ship-owners that have realized major advantages from the certification, but not without obstacles.
Is it difficult and expensive to develop and certify a quality management system or does it lead to greater freedom to develop and think crea tively, because everyone knows what to
do and not least, who has to do it?
New figures from the International Standardization Organization (ISO) show that the number of Danish companies, which are dedicated to the International Management
System ISO 9001, has increased significantly. There has been almost a doubling in the number of Danish companies that has been ISO 9001 certified in quality management -from 1505 companies in 2011 to 2780 companies in 2012. Every time even more Danish companies see the value of working with quality management. This is especially true for small and medium-sized enterprises, which are increasingly becoming certified.
Are you in doubt about the Danish Maritime Authority’s and the Classification Societies’ role in all kind of certification and audit? About what the responsibilities are and if there is a
difference between whether it is the Authority or Class that performs the certification/audit? How to get help if a foreign authority/Port State Control is questioning the certification? -Then join this exciting event and get wiser.
08.30 - 09:00 Registration and morning coffee
09:00 - 09:10 Welcome and agenda by Bjarne Mortensen, DNV GL and board member of the Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
09:10 -10:00 Ship owner
by Tim Engell Pedersen, General Manager, Rederiet Herning and Ole Ditlev Nielsen Chief Commercial & Safety Officer (CCO), Esvagt.
What is demanded and why. What is the driving force – is it a customer requirement or are there also benefits for the ship-owner
10:00 -10:30 Manufacturer
by John Lindhardt Frandsen, CEO, Pres-Vac.
What is demanded and why? What is the driving force – is it customer requirements or are there also benefits for the company?
10:30 - 10:50 Coffee
10:50 - 11:30 The Certifications offered
by Jesper Jespergaard, Senior Surveyor/Lead Auditor, Bureau Veritas
ISO9001, 14001, 18001 (OHSAS), 50001. Including system certification (ISM, ISPS, MLC, CSR and others). What is the driver and why?
11:30 - 12:00 ISO certification - The process of developing standards
including the company´s influence
by Kent Mølsted Jørgensen, Viking Life-Saving Equipment A/S
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch
THE ROLE OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY
13:00 - 13:30 The Class´ ownership structure and role of today, can it be
by Valdemar Ehlers, Area External Affairs Representative, Environmental
and Statutory Advisor, Lloyd´s Register.
13:30 - 14:00 New Ships in Asia
by Nippon Kaiji Kyokai, ClassNK and Mr. Yoshinaga, deputy GM,
New ships being built in Asia - what are the challenges/benefitscultural differences/ values. What to be aware of?
14:00 - 14:30 The relationship between Flag State and Class Society
by Torsten Arnt Olsen (SFS), Chief Ship Surveyor Danish Maritime Authority.
14:30 - 15:00 Coffee Break
15:00 - 15:30 Mutual Recognition. What is it and why - and status
by John Lindhardt Frandsen, Pres-Vac and Klaus Rostell,General Project Manager, Danish Maritime
15:30-16:15 Status and future of Classification Societies
by Dr. Pierre Sames, Research Director R&D, DNV GL.
Classification Societies are a driving force in maritime engineering
research and innovation, and more. What is the status and what is
16:15 - 16:45 The role of the Classes in connection with IMO rules based on Goal Based standard
by American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)/TBC
16:45 - 17:00 Discussion and closing of the conference
by Steen Sabinsky, Director at Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
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