SOS CP system governmental integration
OACM helps nations to integrate SOS CP (Sustainable Ocean Solution Conservancy Program) systems into governmental infrastructure, ministries, agencies, and other institutions, which is a crucial step before its physical implementation in the coastal areas.
The governmental integration ensures long-term operational effectiveness and accelerates the process of technical coastal certification and preservation of the natural resources. OACM’s process of integration with the technical guidelines, directives and regulations for the government sector is led by the CEO for OACM global integration and several OACM departments: communication and promotion, legal and security, diplomacy and foreign affairs. The official integration and the coastal certification (CSMA process) are initiated at the same time by OACM officials due to demands of the physical process of coastal certification. OACM provides the full service and integration process in the necessary governmental institutions, ministries, agencies and other institutions, which has a different set up depending on the country. OACM customises and adapts the OACM SOS CP integration system to match the governmental needs and the current existing infrastructure and constitutions.
SOS CP System Implementation
The official system implementation - such as the technical certification of the coastline, cleaning, OCEPS and GEPN installation - is conducted by official OACM and White Flag International technical staff in close collaboration with the governmental institutions. This refers to the coastal cleaning in collaboration with local manpower, local communities and government bodies.
The entire process is supervised by the OACM ethic and transparency committee council, which is responsible for the transparency protocols and obtaining the OACM code of ethics and quality insurance.