SEAFDEC Roles and Involvement on Thailand Fisheries Observer Program
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According to European Union Commission has declared a yellow card for Thailand on 21st April 2015 and assign a dateline to solving that problem in six month. The Department of Fisheries (DOF) has set plan to tackle Illegal Unreported Unregulated (IUU Fishing) such as the registration of all fishing vessel, Installation Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) on vessels over 30 tons gross, Established system for Port in – Port out and national plan of action and the importance one implementation of traceability by preparing and monitoring systems for marine products caught by fishing boat in Thailand an imported. In order to determine whether a product of IUU Fishing and monitor to the processing plant. It is necessary to establish an observer onboard as a part of Monitoring Control and Surveillance (MCS). Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center Training Department (SEAFDEC/TD) is an organization that DOF has invited for consultants on this project due to the experience of fisheries including have Instructor and training vessel Namely M.V.SEAFDEC2 that potential sufficient to train the observers on board. Fisheries Observer Program to make focusing the observer who can take a position on fishing boat in high sea, overseas fishing vessel and Thai flag carrier vessel. This project can support fishing law fully because the observer can control the size of product by fishing, identify endangered species although used true kind of fishing instrument. The program can serve as information provider fisheries dependent information on catch and effort, stock assessment and other fisheries regulation compliance
Jarukornchotima, T. (2015). SEAFDEC Roles and Involvement on Thailand Fisheries Observer Program. SEAFDEC Technical Seminar 2015 (pp. 15-17). Samut Prakan: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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