SAFETY IN INTERMODAL TRANSPORT
The Safety in Intermodal Transport project is an initiative aimed at improving the safety and efficiency of intermodal transport through continuous training. The project was funded by Phare 2005 and lasted for one year, with the location being the South-Eastern Region of Romania, specifically Brăila, Galaţi, Tulcea, and Constanţa. The project was carried out in partnership with the Romanian Maritime Training Center – CERONAV Constanţa and the Romanian Intermodal Association – CNPTI Constanţa.
Firstly, the project team defined specific professional competencies and training objectives required for personnel working in intermodal transport. This was done to ensure that the training provided was relevant and addressed the specific needs of the intermodal transport sector.
Secondly, the team elaborated training packages which included a trainer’s manual, trainee’s manual, and additional training materials. These materials were designed to be comprehensive and easy to understand, making it easier for trainees to acquire new skills and knowledge.
Thirdly, the project team evaluated customers’ satisfaction and monitored the results through feedback. This was done to ensure that the training provided was effective and met the expectations of the trainees and all other stakeholder groups involved.
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The primary objective of the project was to develop and deliver professional programs for personnel working in intermodal activities. This was done to promote new professional competencies and improve the safety and efficiency of intermodal transport. To achieve this objective, the project team carried out several activities.