La sécurité des pêcheurs 

Le métier le plus dangereux du monde : la pêche en mer

Avec plus de 24 000 morts par an, la pêche est considérée comme le métier le plus dangereux du monde. Plus de 50 pour cent de la population mondiale vit à moins de 60 kilomètres des côtes. Des milliards de personnes sont tributaires de ressources marines de plus en plus rares ; elles dépendent des pêcheurs et de leurs prises. Un bateau disparu, un pêcheur disparu, et c’est toute la vie de la communauté côtière qui est bouleversée.

Bienvenue sur le site La sécurité des pêcheurs, portail Internet accueilli par la FAO, où sont regroupés des documents sélectionnés par un groupe d’experts de la sécurité en mer pour la filière de la pêche.


 

Nouvelles


Boat builders and fishers participate in workshop on fuel savings and fishing vessel stability

Safety-at-sea and fuel and energy use, two very important issues concerning fisheries today, were the subject of a national workshop held in Semarang, Indonesia on 24-25 October 2013.

The National Workshop on Fuel Savings and Fishing Vessel Stability was organized by the Directorate General of Capture Fisheries of the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) in collaboration with FAO.

In addition to boatbuilders and fishers, the workshop was attended by representatives from the Directorate General of Capture Fisheries and other stakeholders from the fishing industry.

A vessel stability model built by the Fishing Technology Development Center according to an FAO design was demonstrated. Prior to the workshop, two of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department’s publications (Safety practices related to the stability of small fishing vessels and Fuel Savings for small fishing vessels) were translated into Bahasa Indonesia for use as reference material.

According to Ari Gudmundsson, Fishery Industry Officer of FAO, who was the principal resource person, “the workshop was successful in providing a better understanding of the issues of safety at sea, stability of fishing vessels and fuel and energy use in the fisheries sector.”

MMAF expressed interest in collaborating with FAO on these issues through a comprehensive programmme.

Nouvelles publications

Petits bateaux de peche manuel de securite 17 septembre 2009 Petits bateaux de peche manuel de securite, Transport Canada, TP10038F (03/2003)
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Manuel de formation sur la sécurité en mer 17 septembre 2009 Trainer of trainers manual for safety for fishermen. The manual has been developed for West Africa under the FAO project Safety at sea for small-scale fisheries in developing countries.
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29 juin 2009 La sécurité à bord des bateaux de pêcheGuide pratique à l'intention des membres d'équipagepar Alastair Robertson [plus]

Dernières nouvelles du départment de la pêche et de l'aquaculture de la FAO

23 April 2014 Urgent coordinated action is needed to restore the health of the world’s oceans and secure the long-term well-being and food security of a growing global population. That is a key message of an international summit that opens today in The Hague, the Netherlands. [more]
22 April 2014 Árni M. Mathiesen is the Assistant Director-General of the Fisheries and Aquaculture Department at FAO. In the following interview he elaborates on the priority issues being addressed at the summit and the biggest challenges facing the world’s marine related sectors. [more]
18 April 2014 ONLINE Registration and Meeting documents: GFCM 38 | CoC 8 | CAF 5 [more]

 

 

dernière mise à jour:  vendredi 22 novembre 2013