20th Anniversary Seminar as a Webinar

We have an excellent programme of International and Local speakers on topics informing – “Essential Issues to Survive & Thrive post Covid19 & Support Climate Change, Dangerous Goods Training, Compliant Packaging & Sustainable Transport”.

A draw will be held during the break and at the end of the Webinar for complimentary Training courses – 2 x IMDG on-line Training from Exis Technologies, and 2 x GHS Introduction + 1 x GHS Advanced Training from RPMASA – further exciting opportunities may still be announced.

PROGRAMME

09 45 – 09 55 Platform opens for meet and greet

10 00 Welcome RPMASA Chairman, Philip Collyer

10 05 Dumisani Ntuli, Chief Director DOT Maritime: Public – Private Partnerships, DOT MOC with RPMSA + the AN Task Group + AfCFTA moving into a new era of continental cooperation,

10 25 Colonel Jurie van Staden, SAPS Explosives Unit: Public Private partnership Ammonium Nitrate Task Group to prevent a Beirut type disaster and keep SA safe,

10 50 Mark Spence, Chairman British Association of Dangerous Goods Professionals -BADGP: The Importance of Dangerous Goods Professionals & Training

11 15 Dr Michael Ade, TIKZN Economist – Opening up the Economy post Covid19 and how will AfCTA assist to grow Trade?

11 35 Comfort break

11 50 Peter MacKay, Editor Hazardous Cargo Bulletin – Sustainable Transport and Supply Chain, Low Energy Cargo Ships to reduce export costs + lessons learnt from covid19

12 15 Capt. Richard Brough, O.B.E.,ICHCA – Our partnership and Supply Chain to inform on his retirement and introduce his replacement Richard Steele

12 35 Liz Anderson – Legal update to include Carbon Tax, EPR and HCA Regs

12 50 Deidre Nxumalo-Freeman: Extended Producer Responsibility, what the new DEFF Regulations mean for packaging and product manufacturers

13 10 Capt. Terry Frith, CDI – Importance of Training to ensure safe compliant transport of DG & prevent loss at sea e.g. fires & loss of Containers, the One Apus, Ever Given

13 35 James Buys: Need for National Emergency Call centre 24/7/ 365 to respond to emergency events and Add Value to Members and Industry

13 45 Questions to be posed in writing either on chat or emailed in. Time constraints will allow only 1 question / speaker, the rest will be answered by email.

13 50 Draw for Complimentary Training + Close by Chairman

Virtual Event RECYCLING: Africa within the Global Context

WASTE FREE OCEANS is working with the African Marine Waste Network (AMWN) of the Sustainable Seas Trust (SST), to bring together attendees from across Africa as well as abroad to discuss the state of waste management in the respective countries. The 2 sessions, open to all, will be held on Wednesday afternoon.

Links for the Sessions are:

Session 1: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_8Z0_0obmQcyDYn_bFjb1gA

Session 2: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Fb0dChBUT9uluCdxAMtuhA

Manufacturing Indaba 2021

Clean-up and Recycle Week 2021

World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is growing the global movement to call on world leaders to protect 30% of our blue planet by 2030. This critical need is called 30×30. By safeguarding at least 30% of our ocean through a network of highly protected areas we can help ensure a healthy home for all!

International Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event celebrated around the world on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, it now includes events coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network in more than 193 countries.

World Environment Day

World Environment Day (WED) is an international day of environmental awareness and action.

World Water Day

World Water Day, held on 22 March every year since 1993, celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water.

Training Division Information Sharing Session

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