Jakarta 01 Agustus 2019

Ministry of Transportation c.q. The Directorate General of Sea Transportation and the Human Resources Development Agency (BPSDM) of Transportation in collaboration with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) held training on law, policy and internal reform or Legal, Policy and Internal Reform (LPIR).

The training, which was held for 4 days, from 29 July to 1 August 2019, took place at the Jakarta College of Shipping (STIP), today was officially closed by the Director of BP3IP Capt. Weku F Karuntu, MM. representing the Secretary of the Department of Sea Transportation.

In his closing remarks, he said, “gratitude for the training program which was intended to gain a clearer understanding of the laws and regulations, policies and internal reforms related to the implementation of the IMO maritime protection convention which became Indonesia’s focus on MEPSEAS activities, namely the Ballas Water Management Convention 2004, Anti-Barnacle System 2001, and MARPOL Annex V related to pollution from ship waste has been running smoothly and certainly has produced a design or draft that will be used as a reference in giving birth to a new regulation related to the above. “

On this occasion he also thanked the Capt. Marihot Simanjuntak, MM as Chairperson of STIP Jakarta, which has provided a place and provided support so that this activity can run smoothly “

In this closing activity, the certificates were symbolically handed over to the participants.