Romanian Danube Ports

The Romanian sector of the Danube comprises two sections, maritime (from Sulina to Braila) and inland (from Braila to the Romanian-Hungarian border). All ports are public and the entire port infrastructure is state owned and administrated by the Maritime Danube Ports Administration (APDM) respectively by the Inland Danube Ports Administration (APDF) Detailed formations regarding existing port infrastructure (no of berths, total area, port service providers and their contact details, useful website links) can be found, in Romanian and English language, free of charge, on UPIR site, on port administrations website http://www.apdf.ro respectively http://www.romanian-ports.ro. More information are provided, on request, by marketing departments of both port administrations.

Details concerning ports can be found as well in different documents provided by projects implemented by port administrations: D.A.N.U.B.E.

Organisations in Romania which are responsible for/or contribute to the provision of information on Danube ports:
  • CN APDM Galati - Maritime Ports Administration Galatiis the Danube maritime port administration with specific port activities and port information provider. Information is provided by website, through the coordinating committee of movement of ships and cargo and by promotion of port activities and services at national and international level. Contact: CN APDM: Address: Galati, 32 Portului Street, Romania, Phone :+40 236460660 Website: www.romanian-ports.ro
  • CN APDF Giurgiu- Inland Danube Ports Administration Giurgiuis the administration of the Danube river ports with specific port activities and a port information provider. Information is provided by website, through control activities on the coordination of the movement of vessels and cargo, promotion of port activities and services at national and international level. Contact: CN APDF: Address: 1 Portului Street Giurgiu; Phone: +40 246 / 213 003; Email: marketing@apdf.ro Website address: www.apdf.ro
  • CN A.C.N. Constanta- Administration of Danube Black -Sea Navigable Canal Constantais the administration of the Danube Black- Sea Canal ports and locks and information provider. Information on status of locks, ports and vessel traffic is provided by website, NtS. Contact: CN ACN : phone +40 241 738505; companie@acn.ro, www.acn.ro

Km 0 –maritime sector of the Danube

  • Water depth: 2.50m to 7.50m
  • No of berths/total length: 4 river berths total length 3046m
  • Winter harbour: YES
  • Passenger terminal: NO
  • Rail and road connection: NO
  • Total area: 62780 square meters
  • Port service providers-NAVROM Delta 26 Portului Street, Tulcea,
  • Phone: +40240519008, E-mail: info@navromdelta.ro,

    NAVROM Delta website

Km 73,5 and km 70,0 Industrial port and Commercial Port

    Industrial Port

  • Water depth: 2.50 m to 7.50 m
  • Total area: 7150 m2 maritime area and 950 m2 river area
  • No of berths/total length: 2 for maritime ships and 1 for inland vessels/total length 330 m
  • Winter harbour: YES
  • Passenger terminal: YES
  • Rail and road connection: YES
  • Port service providers SC DELTANAV SA Tulcea 8 Portului Street,Tulcea Phone: +40 240 534017-19, Fax: +40 240 534006, E-mail: office@deltanav.ro, http://www.deltanav.ro/
 

Commercial Port

  • Water depth: 2.50 m to 7.50 m
  • Total area: 7150 m2 maritime area and 950 m2 river area
  • No of berths/total length: 2 for maritime ships and 1 for inland vessels/total length 330 m
  • Winter harbour: YES
  • Passenger terminal: YES
  • Rail and road connection: YES
  • Port service providers - SC DELTANAV SA Tulcea 8 Portului Street, Tulcea Phone: +40 240 534017-19, Fax: +40 240 534006, office@deltanav.ro

Mm 80- Mm 79- Km 155.5 -158

    DOCKS PORT/Mm 80

  • Water depth: 2.50m To 7.50 m
  • Total area: 169,331 m2
  • No of berths/total length: 7 (seven) berths: - 3 (three) berths of 120 m length each are situated on the Danube shore; - 4 (four) berths of 90 -110 m length each are situated in the harbour's basin. 1 (one) berth of 130 m length situated in the harbour's basin and specialized in grains.
  • Winter harbour: YES
  • Passenger terminal: NO
  • Rail and road connection: YES

  • Port service providers
  • 1.SC Port Docuri SA Galati Adress: 56 Portului street, Galati Phone: +40 236 4608881; Fax: +40 236 460913 E-mail: office@portdocuri.ro Web: http://www.metaltrade.ro

    2.SC TTS SA Bucharest 34, Vaselor Street Bucharest Phone: + 40 21 210 2907 office@tts-group.ro www.tts-group.ro

    3.TTS Porturi fluviale SRL Galati Address:1, Regiment 11 Siret Street Phone: + 40 236 416204 E-mail: office@ttsporturifluviale.ro

 

NEW BASIN PORT/Mm 79

  • Water depth: 2.50 m to 7.50 m
  • Total area: 334.464,470 m2
  • No of berths/total length: 8 (eight) berths of 110 m length each, out of which 3 (three) berths are situated in the Free Zone, 2 (two) berths of 105 m length each are situated in the harbour's basin
  • Winter harbour: YES
  • Passenger terminal: NO
  • Rail and road connection: YES
  • Port service providers

    1. SC Port Bazinul Nou SA Galati, Adress: 56 Portului street, Galati, 800211 postal cod
    Phone: +40 236 460621;
    Fax: +40 236 413478
    E-mail: office@portbazinulnou.ro
    Web: http://www.metaltrade.ro

    2. SC TTS SA Bucharest,

    34, Vaselor Street Bucharest
    Phone: + 40 21 210 2907
    office@tts-group.ro
    www.tts-group.ro

    3. TTS Porturi fluviale SRL Galati,

    Address:1, Regiment 11 Siret Street
    Phone: + 40 236 416204
    E-mail: office@ttsporturifluviale.ro
  • Ore Port Galati/Km 155.5-158

    • Water depth: 2.50 m to 7.50 m
    • Total area: 204.000 m2
    • No of berths/total length: 16 berths/total length 2000
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Port service providers
    • SC ArcelorMittal Romportmet S.A Galati Address: 1, Siret Street Galati, Romania Phone: +40 236 473338 E-mail: romportmet@arcelormittal.com

      SC METALTRANS SRL Galati Address: 4, Fotea Iancu Street Phone: + 40 236 4622 36

    Km 168 +300 and Km 170 +875

    • Water depth: 2.50m to 7.50m
    • No of berths/total length: One basin with the length of 550m and width of 145m, 9 maritime berths and 29 river berths;
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 163.600 square meters

    Port service providers

    SC Hercules SA Braila Adress:Braila Docuri Basin Phone: +40 239 613514 Fax: +40 239 611980 E-mail: office@hercules-braila.ro hercules_port@yahoo.com Web: http://www.hercules-braila.ro

    TTS Porturi fluviale SRL Galati Address:1, Regiment 11 Siret Street Phone: + 40 236 416204 E-mail: office@ttsporturifluviale.ro

     

    Km 300

    • Water depth: 2.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 11 operating berth/total length 350 m
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 900 square meters
    • Port service providers

      1.CN ACN Constanta Address: 1, Ecluzei Street Agigea Phone: + 40 241 738 505 E-mail: companie@acn.ro

      2.SC ARGOS SA Cernavoda 11, Canalului Street Cernavoda Phone: +40 241 238 440 www.arg.ro

    Km 370

    • Water depth: 2.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 4 river berths total length 3046m
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 149.096,42 square meters

    Port service providers

    SC AGROVET SRL Address: Com. Unirea/Calarasi Phone: +40 721179165

     

    Km 430

    • Water depth: 2.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 200 ml non- operation quay; 300 ml operation quay for general goods
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 9600 square meters

    Port service providers

    SC TTS SA Bucharest 34, Vaselor Street Bucharest Phone: + 40 21 210 2907 office@tts-group.ro www.tts-group.ro

    Km 489-497 – sector of the Danube

    • Water depth: 2.50m to 7.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 1100 m berth in Ramadan Port- commercial and passengers 1190 m berth in Bazinul Plantelor 680 m berth in Oil port
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: YES
    • Rail and road connection: YES

    Port service providers

    SC DUNAPREF SA Giurgiu 2, Portului Street Giurgiu Phone: + 40 372 037 346 office@dunapref.ro www.dunapref.ro

    Km 679 of the Danube

    • Water depth: 2.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 600ml operational berth, one mooring ramp for RO-RO vessels and one mooring ramp for boarding oversized pieces.
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: YES/FERRY
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area:76 287 square meters
     

    Port service providers

    SPET SHIPPING SA Bucharest, 2-4, Cristian Popiesteanu Street Bucharest Phone: + 40 21 207 7803 office@spet.ro www.spet.ro SC CEREALCOM Dolj, 4, Unirii Street, Segarcea – Dolj Phone: + 40 251 417 415 office@cerealcom.ro www.cerealcom.ro

    Km 794-795 of the Danube

    • Water depth: 2.50m to 7.50m
    • No of berths/total length: one mooring ramp for RO-RO vessels - 100 m operational berth - 100 m berth for passengers; - 350 m berth for general goods - berth for ferry-boat.
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: YES/FERRY
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 50.968 square meters

    Port service providers SCEP Drobeta SA Orsova, 2, Tufari Street, Orsova- Mehedinti
    Phone: + 40 252 361 291
    scep@port-orsova.ro
    www.port-orsova.ro
    SC CEREALCOM Dolj SA, 4, Unirii Street, Segarcea – Dolj
    Phone: + 40 251 417 415
    office@cerealcom.ro
    www.cerealcom.ro

    Km 931-933 of the Danube

    • Water depth: 2.50m
    • No of berths/total length: 300 m berth for commercial operation; - 420 m - waiting berths; - 365 ml – winter harbour.
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: NO
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 137.592,11 square meters

    Port service providers

    SC TTS SA Bucharest 34, Vaselor Street Bucharest Phone: + 40 21 210 2907 office@tts-group.ro www.tts-group.ro

    SCEP DROBETA SA Orsova 2, Tufari Street, Orsova- Mehedinti Phone: + 40 252 361 291 scep@port-orsova.ro www.port-orsova.ro

    Km 955 of the Danube

    • Water depth:
    • No of berths/total length: 600 m berths
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: YES
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 50,439 square meters

    Port service providers

    SCEP DROBETA SA Orsova, 2, Tufari Street, Orsova- Mehedinti Phone: + 40 252 361 291, scep@port-orsova.ro, www.port-orsova.ro

    Km 1048 –sector of the Danube

    • Water depth:
    • No of berths/total length: 3 berth with total length 300 m for general goods; - 2 berths whit total length 160 m for wood and general goods; - 1 berth with total length 100 m for passengers.
    • Winter harbour: YES
    • Passenger terminal: YES
    • Rail and road connection: YES
    • Total area: 31.240,09 square meters

    Port service providers

    SCEP Drobeta SA Orsova, 2, Tufari Street, Orsova- Mehedinti Phone: + 40 252 361 291 scep@port-orsova.ro www.port-orsova.ro SC Tehnosteel Vest SRL 1, Sf. Varvara Street Moldova Noua, Caras-Severin Phone: + 40 255 145 970 office@technosteel.ro www.technosteel.ro

    Romanian Maritime Training Centre- CERONAV provides up-to date information on the Danube fairway (NtS, locks status, water levels, bridges, etc.) through training course documents regarding: navigation infrastructure works,  water level, navigation procedures through the locks and passing under the bridges, navigation dimensions of the Danube fairway, stretches with specific risks, navigation in inland waterways with maritime character, hydrology and morphology of the Danube river, safety practices during navigation, recommended convoys on the Danube, inland  waterways of international importance, navigable channels and branches, technical and operation characteristics  of waterways, classification of inland waterways  of international importanceclaritatem insitam.


    Promotion for Boatmaster category A licence Course

    Scope

    The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel wishing to obtain Boatmaster Category A licence.

    Objectives:

    Acquiring the theoretical knowledge needed a permanent assimilation of the specific notions provided into the syllabus modules;

    Stimulating trainees' interest in learning, realizing that after course graduation they will effectively work in the field of inland and port area navigation;

    Developing the skills to act effectively for the safe operation of the ship and its on-board facilities.

    Specific competencies:

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Know and apply the national and international rules of safe navigation on both inland waterways and port areas;
  • Efficiently act in the emergencies appeared during the operation of the vessel.
  • Participants:

    The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel who own the Helmsman licence and wishes to obtain the Boatmaster Category A licence.

    Minimum participation conditions

  • Helmsman licence;
  • Have navigation time as Helmsman of not less than 4 years;
  • Secondary education.
  • Reference documents

    Ministry of Transport Order no. 318/2006 on approval of standards of training, competency confirmation and issuing of certificates of competency for inland navigation.

    Specific themes

    Danube Ports: location, navigation rules on entering and leaving the ports, day and night port signalization, port facilities, port services, specific information sources.

    Promotion for Helmsman licence

    Scope

    The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel wishing to obtain the Helmsman licence.

    Objectives

  • Acquiring the theoretical knowledge needed a permanent assimilation of the specific notions provided into the syllabus modules;
  • Stimulating trainees' interest in learning, realizing that after course graduation they will effectively work in the field of inland and port area navigation;
  • Developing the skills to act effectively for the safe operation of the ship and its on-board facilities.
  • Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Know and apply the national and international rules of safe navigation on both inland waterways and port areas;
  • Efficiently act in the emergencies appeared during the operation of the vessel.
  • Participants

    The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel who own the Boatman certificate and wishes to obtain the Helmsman licence.

    Minimum participation conditions

  • Boatman certificate;
  • Have navigation time as Boatman of not less than 2 years;
  • Gymnasium studies.
  • Reference documents

    Ministry of Transport Order no. 318/2006 on approval of standards of training, competency confirmation and issuing of certificates of competency for inland navigation.

    Specific themes

    Danube Ports: location, navigation rules on entering and leaving the ports, day and night port signalization, port facilities, port services, specific information sources.

    Boatman Qualification Course

    Scope

    The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel wishing to obtain the Boatman certificate of qualification.

    Objectives

  • Acquiring the theoretical knowledge needed a permanent assimilation of the specific notions provided into the syllabus modules;
  • Stimulating trainees' interest in learning, realizing that after course graduation they will effectively work in the field of inland and port area navigation;
  • Developing the skills to act effectively for the safe operation of the ship and its on-board facilities.
  • Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Effectively exploit the vessel on-board facilities;
  • Intervene in shipboard damage situations using the facilities and equipment specific to each situation;
  • Understand the safe navigation practices and procedures on navigable waterways and port areas.
  • Participants The training program is addressed to inland navigation personnel who wish to obtain the Boatman certificate of qualification.

    Minimum participation conditions

  • Not be less than 18 years of age;
  • Gymnasium studies;
  • Meet the applicable standards on physical and psychological health.
  • Reference documents

  • Minister of Transport Order no. 318 of 2006 on approval of standards of training, competency confirmation and issuing of certificates of competency for inland navigation;
  • Government Decision no. 868/2015 on approval of Administrative Agreement on the mutual recognition of Boatmen Qualification course between CCNR and RO MT.
  • Specific themes

    Danube Ports: location, navigation rules on entering and leaving the ports, day and night port signalization, port facilities, port services, specific information sources.

    Berth Operator

    Scope

    The program is a useful tool for training the personnel involved in cargo handling operations in ports.

    Objectives

    The objective of the program is to provide and acquire needed knowledge and practical skills for the coordination of berth and on-board activities, according with working technologies for the safe deployment of goods loading/ discharge/ storage/ transport and handling operations.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Know the usual practices regarding the organizing the program of operative activities carried out at port berth;
  • Learn the procedures which enable them to efficiently intervene in emergencies situations that may occur during the operation of the vessel;
  • Apply the specific procedures for maintaining the connection between the port operator and vessel representative;
  • Organize, coordinate and monitor the cargo dispatch activities;
  • Apply the occupational health and safety rules, fire prevention and extinguishing rules and environmental protection in port and operating berths.
  • Participants

    Training program is addressed to the personnel activating in maritime and inland waterway port operator organizations.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program:

  • Port workers carrying out port harbour operations at port berths;
  • Other categories of personnel wishing to specialize in the field.
  • Reference documents

    Government Ordinance no. 22/1999 on the administration of ports and waterways, use of naval transport infrastructure in ports and inland waterways, approved by Law no. 528/2002; Minister of Transport Order no. 252/2011 on approval of Methodology for issuing port working books and port workers registration.

    Specific themes

  • Organization and coordination of activities at port berth;
  • Permanent communication with vessel representative;
  • Management of problems which can occur during vessels operation;
  • Coordination of cargo stacking and storage;
  • Coordination of cargo dispatch;
  • Filling out of specific documents;
  • Safety of work at berth and environment protection procedures.
  • Port Machinery Machinist

    Scope

    The training program is a useful tool for training the personnel involved in port machinery operation.

    Objectives

    The objective of the program is to provide and acquire needed knowledge and practical skills for the maintenance and safe operation of the port machinery.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Acquire the basic knowledge regarding port machinery construction principles and operating mode;
  • Aquire the skills of using the load-handling bodies and devices;
  • Know and apply the practices and procedures for the efficient and safe operation of port machinery;
  • Apply the occupational health and safety rules, fire prevention and extinguishing rules and environmental protection in port;
  • Participants

    Training program is addressed to the personnel activating in maritime and inland waterway port operator organizations.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program:

  • Port workers carrying out port harbour operations;
  • Other categories of personnel wishing to specialize in the field.
  • Reference documents
  • Government Ordinance no. 22/1999 on the administration of ports and waterways, use of naval transport infrastructure in ports and inland waterways, approved by Law no. 528/2002;
  • Minister of Transport Order no. 252/2011 on approval of Methodology for issuing port working books and port workers registration.
  • Specific themes

  • Lifting and transport port machinery: construction principles, operating mode, machinery and load-handling devices.
  • Safety of work during port equipment operation;
  • Environment protection procedures.
  • Dock labourer

    Scope

    The training program aims to improve the professional training of the personnel involved in cargo handling activity at the port operating berths.

    Objectives

    The objective of the program is to provide and acquire needed knowledge and practical skills for the coordination of berth and on-board activities, according with working technologies for the safe deployment of the following port operations: loading/ discharge/ storage/ transport and handling of cargo.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Know and apply needed knowledge for the preparation of goods handling activities;
  • Acquire the needed skills for packing/ unpacking of the loading/ unloading unit loads, for cargo handling, stacking and trimming;
  • Learn the practical knowledge and procedures to prevent and to intervene in dangerous situations that may arise during the cargo handling;
  • Apply the occupational health and safety rules, fire prevention and extinguishing rules and environmental protection in port and operating berths.
  • Participants

    Training program is addressed to the personnel activating in maritime and inland waterway port operator organizations.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program:

  • Port workers carrying out cargo handling activities on port harbour platforms;
  • Other categories of personnel wishing to specialize in the field.
  • Reference documents

  • Government Ordinance no. 22/1999 on the administration of ports and waterways, use of naval transport infrastructure in ports and inland waterways, approved by Law no. 528/2002;
  • Ministry of Transport Order no. 252/2011 on approval of Methodology for issuing port working books and port workers registration.
  • Specific themes

  • Cargo handling activities in port: characteristics of storage spaces, main characteristics of cargoes, planning of operational requirements, specific equipment used.
  • Cargo handling in warehouses and with lifting devices;
  • Safety of work for cargo handling operation;
  • Environment protection procedures.
  • Draft Survey Inspector

    Scope

    The training program aims to familiarize the trainees with the standard methods used for determining the quantity of cargo on board of a vessel.

    Objective

    . The objective of the program is to provide and acquire needed knowledge and practical skills for determining the quantity of cargo loaded/ unloaded and issue of supporting documents.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Acquire the practical skills for inspecting and determining the condition of the vessel after the loading/ unloading operations;
  • Know and apply the methods used for the determination of quantity of cargo loaded/ and for issuing of the supporting documents.
  • Participants

    This training program is addressed to the staff involved in the inspection and determination of the quantity of cargo on board a vessel as well as to the personnel on board of a cargo vessel.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program:

  • Navigation personnel activating on board of cargo vessels;
  • Other categories of personnel wishing to specialize in the field provided that they can submit a proof of graduation from secondary education.
  • Reference documents

  • Government Ordinance no. 22/1999 on the administration of ports and waterways, use of naval transport infrastructure in ports and inland waterways, approved by Law no. 528/2002;
  • Ministry of Transport Order no. 252/2011 on approval of Methodology for issuing port working books and port workers registration.
  • Specific themes

  • Reading and correcting draft mark;
  • Calculating the amount of cargo by means of draft marks method;
  • Trim correction;
  • Salinity correction;
  • Determining the correct weights deductible;
  • Determining the cargo from board of the vessel.
  • Cargo Tally Survey Inspector

    Scope

    The training program aims to improve the professional training of the personnel involved in cargo tally operations.

    Objectives

    Developing the skills and applying the procedures for the situations required by the cargo tally activities.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Verify the condition of the vessels;
  • Carry out volumetric measurements to calibrate the loading areas;
  • Carry out cargo spaces inspections on vessels;
  • Carry out draft survey, bunker survey, on/off hire survey and empty hold survey;
  • Verify the compliance with legal regulations in the field;
  • Determine the cargo quantity during vessel loading/ unloading operations;
  • Carry out the visual inspection of the cargo during the loading/ unloading operations;
  • Carry out specific measurements by categories of cargoes;
  • Draw up and issue documents stating the operations carried out.
  • Participants

    This training program is addressed to personnel employed in transport companies to be involved in cargo tallying activities.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program: • Personnel wishing to specialize in the field provided that they can submit a proof of graduation from secondary education.

    Reference documents

  • Government Ordinance no. 22/1999 on the administration of ports and waterways, use of naval transport infrastructure in ports and inland waterways, approved by Law no. 528/2002;

  • • Ministry of Transport Order no. 252/2011 on approval of Methodology for issuing port working books and port workers registration.

    Specific themes

  • Cargo handling and transport principles;
  • Cargo handling and transport equipment;
  • Preparing the vessel for loading;
  • Damage that may occur during cargo handling;
  • Cargo documents;
  • Port procedures for cargo handling;
  • Measuring and calculating the amount of cargo;
  • Inspections procedures on vessel and cargo;
  • Risk prevention measures during cargo handling.
  • Safety adviser for the carriage of dangerous goods on inland waterways

    Scope

    This training program aims to improve the professional training of the personnel involved in monitoring of dangerous goods loading/ unloading on inland waterways in order to be able to perform the duties of safety adviser.

    Objective

    Acquiring the provisions of national and international regulations in respect of transport and handling of dangerous goods on inland waterways and acquiring the needed skills for performing the duties of safety adviser.

    Specific competencies

    At the end of the program, trainees must be able to:

  • Apply the provisions of the regulations in respect of transport and handling of dangerous goods on inland waterways;
  • Identify the risks caused by theft and/ or malicious use of those dangerous goods that may endanger the safety of persons, property, and/ or the environment;
  • Prepare the security plan for dangerous goods to be transported;
  • Apply the procedures related to the transport and handling of dangerous goods for each class;
  • Supervise the operations of loading/ unloading dangerous goods and to draw up reports on these operations.
  • Participants

    The training program is addressed to persons wishing to obtain the Safety Adviser Certificate for the transport of dangerous goods on inland waterways.

    Minimum participation conditions

    The following personnel can attend the training program: • Personnel wishing to specialize in the field provided that they can submit a proof of graduation from secondary education.

    Reference documents

    Law no. 159/2008 for Romania's adhering to the European Agreement on international transport of dangerous goods by inland waterways, with subsequent amendments.

    Specific themes

  • Classification of dangerous goods by classes;
  • Handling of dangerous goods by inland waterways and in ports;
  • Risk that may occur during handling of dangerous goods and prevention measures;
  • Development and monitoring of the security plan.

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    Contact Details

    Telephone: +40 0236 416 773
    Email: office-galati@ceronav.ro
    Website: www.ceronav.ro

    Address: Port of Galati, pier 13/14
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