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Risk Profiling Workshop, 20-22 June, 2018, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Thematic Meeting on Risk Profiling for ODS trade for Custom and Border Control Officers and National Ozone Officers of India, Maldives, Pakistan and SriLanka

 

Organized by OzonAction Compliance Assistance Programme, Asia and the Pacific Office

  Date : 20 - 22 June 2018
 
Venue:United Nations Conference Centre-Bangkok, Thailand

AGENDA

 

20 June 2018–Day 1

CONFERENCE ROOM H

09:00-09:30

Registration

09:30-10:00

Opening and welcome

 

Welcome Remarks:

-By Mr. ShaofengHu, Montreal Protocol Coordinator, UN Environment Asia and the Pacific Office

 

Keynote Statement:

-By Ms. Dechen Tsering, Regional Director, UN Environment Asia and the Pacific Office

10:00-10:30

Group Photo and Coffee Break

Review of ODS trade control under MP and major issues

10:30-11:00

Structure and objectives of the meeting and introduction of participants:

-by Tharaka Seneviratne, Regional CustomsExpert and Meeting Facilitator

11:0012:00

The basics of Montreal protocol: what is it about?

Phase-out schedules and HPMP

Licensing and Quota system

Article 7 Data

Informal Prior Informed Consent: iPIC

Role of Customs, cooperation with customs, capacity building and refrigerant identifier

Kigali Amendment: implications

-by UN Environment: Liazzat Rabbiosi, Montreal Protocol Officer

 

What MP means for customs:

Data monitoring

HS Codes

Handling transit shipment

Border trade issue

-by Tharaka Seneviratne, Regional Customs Expert

 

Experience of cooperation with customs: Maldives

-by Mr. Abdul Rasheed Mauman, Project Officer,Ministry of Environment and Energy

12:00-12:30

Overview of current illegal trade trends and ways of conducting illegal trade in ODS

-by UN Environment: Pipat Poopeerasupong, Montreal Protocol Officer

12:30-13:30

Lunch Break

Review of risk profiling to prevent illegal trade in ODS and HFCs

13:30-14:30

ODS illegal trade control methods: regional challenges and importance of risk profiling

regional challenges related to ODS tradeand illegal trade

Possible methods for identification of ODS (in cluding HCFCs), and ODS based equipment:

Ö Colour-coding of cylinders

Ö Labelling

Ö Trade names and chemical names

Ö ASHRAE number, UN number and CAS number

Ö Chemical formula


 

 

Ö By verifying technical details from supporting documents

Ö From import and export declarations

Ö By checking papers,forms and permits

importance of risk management and risk profiling

-by Tharaka Seneviratne, Regional Customs Expert

14:30– 15:30

(10 min each)

Presentations from Customs agencies of invited countries:

Overview of the approach to ODS (other controlled chemicals) trade control, how customs management is performed(automated computerised or paper based systems);

•   common illegal trade control methods: how the screening is done and inspection of shipment generally is decided

how this can be strengthened, and how to work better with the National Ozone Units/Ministries of Environment for ensuring the compliance with Montreal Protocol obligations

•   expectations from the workshop

-by Customs of India, Maldives, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka (10 min each)
Guided Discussion

 

15:30-16:00

 

Coffee Break

16:00-17:00

What risk profiling is and how it is done:

-by UlrichMeiser, Container Control Programme Coordinator, UNODC Casestudy from Sri Lanka

17:00-17:30

Case study from Europe and the Nether lands on Risk Profiling for ODS and other controlled chemicals

-by Huibvan Westen, Senior Inspector, Dutch Environmental Inspectorate

18:00

Welcome Reception

 

 

21 June 2018– Day 2

CONFERENCE ROOM H

Strengthening cooperation with Customs and between Customs

09:00-10:00

Enforcement Cooperation under Multilateral Environmental Agreements:

an overview of the Green Customs Initiative and

proposals for an enhanced Regional Enforcement Network in Asia Pacific

-by Yannis Derbali and Andrew Raine, Law Division, UN Environment

10:00– 10:30

-Border Liaison Approach of UNODC

-by Gerson Bergeth, Project Manager for Border Control Programme, UNODC

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

11:00-11:30

Useful tools to fight against ODS illegal trade: materials, capacity building and information tools

-by Pipat Poopeerasupong, UNEnvironment

11:30-12:00

WCO tools & Instruments: WCO Risk Profiling Compendium and CargoTargeting System

by Tong Hua,WCO ROCB

12:00-13:30

Lunch Break

How to do risk profiling for ODS trade


 

13:30-14:00

Best Practices in Intelligence Sharing for illegal ODS tradecontrol, Customs Enforcement Network, Data Analysis and Mining

-by Wang Liang, Regional Intelligence Liaison Office for Asia and the Pacific

14:00-15:00

Methodology for risk profiling for ODS trade (part1):

Documentation Review,

Identification of risk traders and risk indicators

-by Tharaka Seneviratne, Regional Customs Expert

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

15:30– 16:30

Methodology for risk profiling for ODS trade (part2):

Categorization of Importers and Exporters

Cargo Selectivity

-by Tharaka Seneviratne, Regional Customs Expert Discussion

17:00

End of Day 2

 

 

 

22 June 2018 – Day 3

 

WORKING GROUPS–Recommendations for Country Specific Risk Profile for ODS trade

09:30-12:00

(including coffee breaks)

Interactive Group Sessions divided by countries in separate meeting rooms:

-Review and documentation of present risk profile practices.

-Understanding gaps for enforcement and cooperation.

-Understanding the areas of improvement for risk profiling and intelligence gathering

-Assessing country specific risk factors and assessing the irrisk level

-Developing draft country specific risk profile for OD Strade

-Follow up actions with allocated responsibilities

 

Groupsdivisions:

 

India - facilitated by Tharaka Seneviratne in Room H
Sri Lanka –facilitated by Wang Liang in Room D

Maldives – facilitated by Tong Hua(UNEP office meeting Room next to CAP)
Pakistan – facilitated b yUlrich Meiser (UNEPoffice meeting Room A)

12:00-13:00

Lunch Break

13:00-14:30

Interactive Group Sessions divided by countries in separate meeting rooms (contd)

 

Groups divisions:

 

India - facilitated by Tharaka Seneviratne in Room H
Sri Lanka – facilitated by Wang Liang in Room D

Maldives – facilitated by Tong Hua (UNEP office meeting room next to CAP)
Pakistan– facilitated by UlrichMeiser (UNEPoffice meeting room A)

14:30-15:00

Coffee Break

15:00-16:30

Separate Bilateral between Sri Lanka and Maldives (roomD)

16:30-17:00

Closure: reporting and follow upactions

Reporting back on the group progress


 

 

-by Group Representative

 

Wrap-up, Follow up actions and Conclusion

-by Shaofeng Hu, UN Environment

17:00

End of the Workshop

 



 



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