Activities & Results

Current stage of realisation: 100%

In order to grow the visibility of the project main activities and results, specific support activities was included in the project working plan in order to dissemination of the results and knowledge acquired by the project partners.

The ISIM Timisoara web page www.isim.ro will be extended by creating a new page related to the T-IRM project through the “Cross-Border Co-operation” section.

The main objectives of the project, the activities and their implementation stage, obtained results and the events calendar and related information will be presented on this new page.

Current stage of realisation: 100%

Organization of public opening event in Timisoara, Romania, for the benefit of the SMEs, risk stakeholders, educational and research institution, public and municipal authorities, environmental authorities, emergency and fast intervention bodies.

Both partners will be present and provide information about their activity and about the project’s objectives.

The opportunity of the meeting will be used for strengthening the relation with the industrial stakeholder of the project.

In order to obtain the expected impact, the event will be mediatised in local press and thru a sustained marketing activity (brochures, flyers, invitation by post, e-mail or fax).

At the event is expected participation of 50-100 people, facilities related to the room and on-line translation will be provided by external services.

  • Agenda (EN / RO)
  • Press Release (EN / RO)
  • Leaflet (EN / RO)
  • Poster (RO)
  • Announcement in the local press
  • Photos
  • Current stage of realisation: 100%

    The activity is similar to opening event of Romania.

    Organization of public opening event in Kladovo, Serbia, for the benefit of the SMEs, risk stakeholders, educational and research institution, public and municipal authorities, environmental authorities, emergency and fast intervention bodies.

    In addition to the primary objective: project visibility, these events have other later objectives such as attracting private sector and SMEs in the proposed project, in order to extend the cross-border partnership for further future by brochures, flyers and direct invitation.

    At the event is expected participation of minimum 50 people.

    Current stage of realisation: 100%

    Development of a harmonized training course support for Industrial Risk Management (IRM) will be realized based on owns experience and the experience inherit in the frame of the project and relevant standard in the project field (EN and ISO Standards, API Standards).

    All documents will be made in English and than will be adapted and translated in the project member countries languages in order to be easily and effectively use in the process of training.

    The training course in Industrial Risk Management (IRM) will follows the main subsequent topics:

    • Risk and Safety Management in Industry:
      • The safety risk assessment process - overview of the main steps
      • Overview on safety in industry;
    • Risk Analysis in Industries:
      • Principles of risk-based inspection (RBI);
      • Risks aspects in industries and Risk Analysis:
        • relevant document links to the applied methods, standards and code;
        • HSE (Health, Safety, Environment) analyses and studies as a support to design and operation;
      • Hazard identification in industries.
    Training course Curricula /  Course support
    Current stage of realisation: 100%

    A free of charge training course will be organized by lead partner in Timisoara, Romania for 25 candidates.

    The course lecturers will be specialist in materials science, inspections, risk assessment and risk management.

    The training course will be jointly presented by two lectures from each country. Also a key lecturer on industrial risk management (IRM) will be contracted to participate of this event.

    Course presentation will be prepared using a harmonized course support, multimedia resources and power point presentation. A harmonized course support in native language will be offered to each of the pilot course candidates.

    For abroad lecturers on-line translation will be providing by external services.

  • Schedule&Curricula  (EN)
  • Brochure "Training Course on Industrial Risk Management"  (EN-RO)
  • Invitation to the Industrial Risk Management course  (RO)
  • Registration form for the Industrial Risk Management course  (RO)
  • Photos
  • Current stage of realisation: 100%

    On the mirror event will be organized by Serbian Partner.

    Thus the training course on IRM topics will be organized in the same manner in Kladovo, form the benefit of technical staff of SMEs, employees looking for their skills updating, young graduated person looking for the first job, active unemployed people or disadvantaged people, regardless of age or sex.

    Between 16 - 19.09.2016, ARK Kladovo organized the course „Training in Industrial Risk Management”.

    The course was held at the Akva star Kladovo, ul : dunavski kej, br.1, Kladovo - Serbia

    The course was attended by 29 people with activities in this field.

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  • The main topics of the course were the following:

    • Introduction to Risk Management
    • Risk Management Standards
    • The Risk Management Process – Principles and Practices
    • Documentation and Auditing of the Risk Management System
    • Risk and Failures, Reliability and Maintenance
    • Damage Mechanisms Affecting Pressure Vessels
    • Risk-Based Inspection and Maintenance Procedures for European Industry – RIMAP
    • API RBI (Risk based Inspection) Concepts in Industry

    Furthermore, during the course participants expressed their support for future promotion of such kind of activities.

    Current stage of realisation: 100%

    Organization of the final meetings/workshop in Timisoara, Romania, with local authorities and the SMEs, stakeholders of technological equipments, in order to dissemination of the project results and attract the private sector in implementing of IRM concepts in their current practice.

    The results and the project’s conclusions will be presented in detail as best-practice for a successful cross-border cooperation example.

    Dissemination of the project results in the cross-border area towards stakeholders of environment authority, county and local councils, local community and manufacturing industry will be done in order to:

    - maximize awareness of stakeholders on project activities with respect to the transfer of innovation in the industrial sector;

    - ensure the sustainability of the project activities after the completion of the project implementation period.

    The Workshop took place on October 14, 2016 at the Hotel Perla, Timişoara, Romania

    Current stage of realisation: 100%

    In the same manner, partner from Serbia will organized the final meetings/workshop in Kladovo, with local authorities and the SMEs, stakeholders of technological equipments, in order to dissemination of the project results and attract the private sector in implementing of IRM concepts in their current practice.

    This event has the same objectives like the similar one from Romania. At this events will be invited representatives of SMEs in order to present best practice for implementation of risk management system or their success story.

    Thus, long term cross-border cooperation, initiated by the project, can develop in the future between SMEs, companies and training institutes.

    The Workshop on Industrial Risk Managment took place on October 12, 2016 in Kladovo, Serbia.

  • Agenda (SRB / EN)
  • Video of local TV, reportage from Final conference that held on Kladovo (official site tv kladovo and youtube channel)
  • Photos
  • Current stage of realisation: 100%

    The project management is of a consultative type.

    The management structure of the project is composed by the project manager and the partner's responsible for the project.

    The leadership is assured by the project manager that answers for the good development of the project, taking care of the communication with the contracting authority and with the partner that participate to this project.

    For communication between partners, the "collective sessions" is used. Thus, 3 events (project partners meetings / workshops for project implementation) will take place in Vrsac and other 3 events will take place in Timişoara.

    Through these sessions the partners build a general common image concerning the project, in the interactive communication process.

    The project risks analysis is done and delineated scenarios and alternative plans of its development are defined.

    In addition of these schedule organized collective sessions, the project partners will use also other communication way every time it is necessary (Tel., Fax and E-mail). The follow-up of the project is realized by the project manager.

    The instruments used for monitoring are the periodic reports and the official reports of the meetings organized by the partners. In order to facilitate the follow-up of the project, the project manager will use software, to create the activity Gantt diagram.

    The management actions will be completed with a marketing and proper publicity program.

    Activity Results

  • Project meeting, 11.11.2015, Timişoara, Romania  Minute of the meeting / Photos
  • Project meeting, 04.02.2016, Vrsac, Serbia  Minute of the meeting / Photos
  • Project meeting, 27.04.2016, Timişoara, Romania  Minute of the meeting / Photos
  • Project meeting, 06.07.2016, Vrsac, Serbia  Minute of the meeting / Photos
  • Project meeting, 05.09.2016, Timişoara, Romania  Minute of the meeting / Photos
  • Project meeting, 04.10.2016, Vrsac, Serbia  Photos
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