Awareness training for Polish fishermen

On March 11th the Polish Naval Academy conducted the first of a series of awareness trainings for fishermen. The training took place in Krynica Morska and was attended by over 60 fishermen associated with The Pomeranian Fishermen Association.

The event was divided into four parts:

  • Location of Chemical Warfare Agents in the Baltic Sea
  • Procedures to be followed in case of contact with CWAs
  • Guidelines to be followed in case of personal injuries and means of personnel decontamination
  • Means for ship decontamination and harbour procedures


The audience was particularly interested in contingency procedures in case of catch of Chemical Warfare Agents. 


Who are we?

CHEMSEA (Chemical Munitions, Search and Assessment) is a flagship project of the Baltic Sea Region Strategy, financed by the EU Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013. The project was initiated in autumn 2011 and will last through early 2014. It has a budget of 4.5M, which is part-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund. The project is under the leadership of the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences (IOPAN).

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