Gaston Zens, secretary of the EASA and François-Xavier Carbone president of the ANCS (French Association of Safety Advisor) hosted a conference on the salon SITL in Paris on March 21, 2018. This Conference presented the differences in regulations between the different European countries. The example of Poland, Germany, Spain and Great Britain was explained.
Update 03/29/2018 : Gaston Zens presentation
You can find the presentations here update 03/30/2018 completed_version here.
Full version :
GERMANY – SPAIN – POLAND – GREAT BRITAIN
Short country / country version :
POLAND – GERMANY – SPAIN – GREAT BRITAIN
EASA moves more functional premises.
Here’s the new address : PETRO-CENTER 2, rue Jean Fischbach L-3372 LEUDELANGE LUXEMBOURG
EASA has held its annual meeting in Zaragoza in may 2017.
This has been the opportunity to thank Jésus Péllégrino, the honorary president and founder of the EASA for his work and his initiative at the origin of the EASA.
The minutes of this meeting is available in pdf below.
0_EASA Meeting Zaragoza report final
Miss Nedellec, responsible for teaching of the CIFMD, the body responsible for reviews of safety adviser attended EASA leave in Bordeaux. She gave an interview to the “L’officiel des transporteurs” which here is the article.
OT n°2834 27 MAI 2016
EASA held its spring meeting in Bordeaux (France) on 09 and 10 May 2016.
ANCS (National Association of safety advisers – France) has received delegations from 26 associations from 25 countries with the support of EVARISK companies GMJ Phoenix and Carbon Consulting & Training.
brief summary of debates :
Presentation of new members Norway Finland Greece (30 members) Catalonia / Spain (287 members) Presentation of the Association Greek: 300 CSTMD in Greece 30 in their association.
Italy: despite the reminders of Gaston Zens no association of CSTMD in the candidate countries to join the EASA.
Slovenia: no decision has been taken to join the EASA but it should be a story of weeks Joint meeting: some departmental officials have criticized Mr. Zens that he represented that associations and that within these associations members were not agree with these proposals (Germany, UK) analysis of the decisions accepted: in general, they reproach for not having assessed the cost of our proposals and the impact to safety. This is a first for the Joint Meeting.
1st proposal: ADR 1.3 by a CSTMD training: refused. Argument: it can be done by a competent person not necessarily CSTMD.
2nd proposal: extension of the CSTMD to shippers and third party: accepted in 2019 with a transitional period of 4 years. EASA shall prepare a document for the transition Chapter 1.6 transitional measures.
3rd proposal: accepted 4th proposal: a model accepted as an example and not mandatory.
Establishment of a model of progress report available on the website of the EASA.
Revision of the model report European 6th proposal: harmonize the review. Rejected, not enough supported 7th proposal: mandatory training. Refused, not enough substantiated 8th proposal: for micro enterprises, the CSTMD carrier would indeed its equivalenc