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PROGRAMME 2021-2027
priority
2 Water-smart societies
objective
2.1 Sustainable waters
Project type
Core Project
Implementation
November 2023 - October 2026

OpenRisk II

The project OpenRisk II equips maritime authorities and intergovernmental organisations with the risk assessment and risk management tools and thus helps to minimise maritime accidents and their footprint on the marine environment.
Project summary

The project will provide new, practical and user-centered risk management tools to support the competent authorities in preventing maritime accidents, minimizing their human and environmental consequences and improving the quality of overall maritime risk management, the latter also for other modes of transport. Accordingly, the project will consist of three components: The first component, on accident prevention, will be addressed by a Baltic adaptation of the AISyRISK tool, in operational online use by authorities in Norway. In addition, a new module for ice navigation risk will be developed. The end users of this tool are maritime authorities. The second component, on minimizing consequences, will be addressed by implementing a regional online service on vulnerability of the Baltic Sea marine ecosystem to maritime spills. In addition, the project will ensure compatibility between the project solutions and other existing systems and frameworks as well as prepare for integrated regional systems. The end users of this tool are national maritime authorities. The third component, an overall risk management performance, will develop a novel tool that includes two interlinked functions: to evaluate the current risk management performance of the administration and the quality of risk assessments. The end users of this tool are maritime authorities, as well as other transport authorities and relevant stakeholders.

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Budgets

OpenRisk II
in numbers.
  • 2.04
    Million
    Total
  • 1.44
    Million
    Erdf
  • 0.12
    Million
    Norway
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17 Benefitting organisations 3 Solution(s) in preparation 3 Solution(s) plannedfor use / upscale 3 Pilotactivities 12 Organisationsin the project

OpenRisk II
in numbers.

  • 60.196759124.9449963
  • 60.204767224.6568435
  • 62.767125456.168828066313526
  • 54.371066818.6175194
  • 58.3808896526.719647526956543
  • 60.1702957524.948407654009728
  • 60.10867046303624.9502966256139
Lead partnerFinnish Transport and Communication Agency
  • Town
    Helsinki
  • Region
  • Country
    Finland
  • Region
    Helsinki-Uusimaa
Total partner budget
337,999.70
Aalto University Foundation sr
  • Town
    Espoo
  • Region
  • Country
    Finland
  • Region
    Helsinki-Uusimaa
Total partner budget
267,100.60
Norwegian Coastal Administration
  • Town
    Ålesund
  • Region
  • Country
    Norway
  • Region
    Oslo
Total partner budget
242,500.00
Gdańsk University of Technology
  • Town
    Gdańsk
  • Region
  • Country
    Poland
  • Region
    Gdański
Total partner budget
279,700.00
University of Tartu
  • Town
    Tartu
  • Region
  • Country
    Estonia
  • Region
    Lõuna-Eesti
Total partner budget
470,200.00
Helsinki University
  • Town
    Helsinki
  • Region
  • Country
    Finland
  • Region
    Helsinki-Uusimaa
Total partner budget
249,849.60
Nordic Investment Bank (NDPTL Secretariat)
  • Town
    Heksinki
  • Region
  • Country
    Finland
  • Region
    Helsinki-Uusimaa
Total partner budget
194,000.00

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    06-07
    March
    OpenRisk II kickoff conference in Helsinki
    Project: OpenRisk II
    Virtual Meeting & Physical Meeting
    06. - 07. March 2024

      Videos

      OpenRisk II: Better maritime risk management for the Baltic Sea
      Video 1 of 3
      Kick-off meeting of the OpenRisk II Project
      Video 2 of 3
      End user needs for new maritime transport risk management tools charted by the OpenRisk II project
      Video 3 of 3

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