DaGoB - Safe and Reliable Transport Chains of Dangerous Goods in the Baltic Sea Region
STATUS - on-going
| DaGoB aims at improving the co-|
operations between public and private
stakeholders related to DG transport in
the BSR by connecting the stakeholders
on different levels, providing up-to-date
information on cargo flows, supply chain
efficiency and risks related to DG
transport and producing an Action Plan.
The project has been approved in the INTERREG III B Programme
DaGoB was initiated by TEDIM, a joint organ for Ministries responsible for Transport in the BSR and prepared by an expert team selected via competitive tendering.
The Project consists of 4 work packages:
- WP 1 produces a survey of dangerous goods flows in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR) and provides an overview of related incidents and accidents in the region;
- WP2 gives an overview of authorities dealing with dangerous goods and identifies their roles and responsibilities. It also provides information on co-operation between authorities on a national and international level through specific case scenarios;
- WP3 establishes the DaGoB Action Plan based on a synthesis of recommendations from WP1 and public sector practices from WP2;
- WP4 disseminates and transfers the knowledge gained from the project on local, regional, national and international level using the already existing organizations.
The Lead Partner is Turku School of Economics, Finland.
DaGoB leaflet 5/2006
PIF DaGoB 2006 in English
See also: http://www.dagob.info
For more information, please contact:
DaGoB Project Coordinator Sirpa Nummila
Turku School of Economics, Logistics
tel +358 2 4814 190
fax +358 2 4814 640