4th SAFETY4SEA London Forum

The 4th SAFETY4SEA London Forum is scheduled as a half day event (09:00 to 16:30) on Wednesday 18th of September 2024 at the Ocean Suite of ICS Maritime Hub, London, UK.

This is a NON PROFIT event expected to attract a target group of approx. 200 persons / 100 organizations attendance from Safety, Technical, Marine departments of shipping operators and other related industry stakeholders. Attendance will be FREE of charge to delegates, a common feature of ALL SAFETY4SEA forums with sponsors covering all the expenses of the event.

Attendance is FREE, subject to Registration

 

Scope Fostering Safer, Smarter & Greener Shipping
Concept This is a PRO BONO / NON PROFIT event. ALL Attendees will have FREE admission, ALL conference costs shall be covered in full by the sponsors
Duration This will be a HALF DAY event (09:00 – 16:30)
It will accommodate a max of 3 panels with a MAX of 15 speakers with a 75-min panel discussion of each panel.
Target Audience Ship Operators, Technical, Marine Department & Shipping related audience
Estimated attendance: 200 delegates / 100 Organizations
Background This will be the 4th SAFETY4SEA London Forum.
Details of previous events may be found at events.safety4sea.com
Agenda
  • Safety, Smart & Environmental Regulatory Developments (IMO, EU, US)
  • Human Factors, STCW, ILO MLC, SIRE 2.0, Training & Development
  • Loss Prevention, Risk & Security management
  • E-navigation, Cyber Security, Big Data, Smart applications, AI
  • Air Emissions (EEXI, CII), Fuel Options & Alternatives
  • Decarbonization in Shipping, IMO 2030/2050 Developments, options and alternatives
  • ESG in Shipping
  • Safety, Smart, Green Technologies
  • Experience Transfer & Best Practices beyond compliance
Place Ocean Suite, ICS Maritime Hub, Walsingham House, 35 Seething Lane, EC3N 4AH London, UK, https://maritimehub.ics-shipping.org/
Date WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2024
Website events.safety4sea.com/2024-safety4sea-london-forum/

 

Confirmed speakers so far:

  • Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, International Windship Association (IWSA)
  • Paul Barker, Commercial Director Marine, NatPower Marine
  • Apo Belokas, Managing Editor, SAFETY4SEA
  • Erik Green, CEO, Green Jakobsen
  • Alan Croft, Business Development Manager, ISWAN
  • Robert Haggquist, South32’s member representative & Trustee, Sustainable Shipping Initiative
  • Edmund  Hughes, IBIA Representative to the IMO, IBIA
  • Capt. John Lloyd, Chief Executive Officer, The Nautical Institute
  • Nelson Mojarro, Head of Innovation and Partnerships, ICS
  • Dimitris Monioudis, Managing Director, Rethymnis & Kulukundis Ltd
  • Capt. Kuba Szymanski, Secretary General, InterManager
  • Dimitris Psarros, Business Development Manager, RISK4SEA
  • Sandra Welch, Chief Executive Officer, Seafarers Hospital Society
  • Capt. Nish Wijayakulathilaka, Director, NIW & NAVIS LAW &Vice President- The Nautical Institute, United Kingdom

MODERATOR

Apo Belokas, Managing Editor, SAFETY4SEA

Apo is the Founder & Managing Director of the SQE Group, including SQE MARINE, SQE ACADEMY, SAFETY4SEA and RISK4SEA. He is a veteran Maritime Safety, Quality & Environmental Expert, Consultant, Trainer and Project Manager with a 30 year background in shipping as Technical, Marine, Safety & Training Superintendent, Consultant and Project Manager. He entered shipping as Engineering Superintendent with a leading ship manager operating a mixed fleet of bulk and oil/chemical tankers and later shifted to regulatory compliance and QHSE specialization  as superintendent and later as a Consultant, Trainer and Project Manager. Apostolos has successfully completed a wide range of QHSE projects including 250+ management system projects (ISM/ISPS/ISO 9001-14001-18001/TMSA/MLC/DBMS), 500 vessel and office audits to various standards and he has trained more than 10,000 people in a wide variety of QHSE and Shipping related subjects. He is holding Mechanical Engineering Bachelor and Master’s specializing in Energy & Environment and Master’s Degrees in Maritime Business and Business Administration (MBA). Apostolos is the founder and Managing Editor of SAFETY4SEA that produces a wide range of paper magazines, the globally leading portal in Safety & Environmental protection for shipping (www.safety4sea.com) and numerous large scale events and he is a frequent speaker in many events across the globe, while he has chaired more than 70 large scale forums so far. You may explore more about the activities of the group at www.sqegroup.com

 

FORUM SPEAKERS – in alphabetical order

Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, International Windship Association (IWSA)

Gavin Allwright is the Secretary General of the International Windship Association (IWSA). Established in 2014, this grouping of maritime wind propulsion companies and projects supported by ship owners, ship builders, class, research institutes, academia, NGO’s and seafarers is working to promote and facilitate the uptake of wind propulsion solutions in commercial shipping. Alongside his work as association secretary, he also leads the policy work stream, requiring regular attendance at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), where IWSA has consultative status, and he sits on the stakeholders advisory committee for the MTCC network there too. Other policy fora include the European Sustainable Shipping Forum, IRENA’s Coalition for Action and numerous reference groups and advisory committees focused on decarbonisation in shipping. Gavin has presented at over 100 international fora, including CMA, SMM & Green Ship Technology along with regularly chairing the Natural Propulsion Seminar as part of Blue Week each year. He was also the coordinator for the ground-breaking ‘Ambition 1.5C: Global Shipping’s Action Plan’ summit at COP23 in Bonn in 2017. His work extends to being a non-executive board member for the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA), a work package leader on the EU Interreg Wind Assist Ship Propulsion (WASP) and advisor on various shipping decarbonisation projects. He is also a regular guest lecturer at the UN World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmo, Sweden among others. Gavin holds a Masters degree in Sustainable Development, specialising in small scale sustainable shipping and logistics in developing countries. He has contributed to numerous studies, projects, books and articles on alternative propulsion solutions and helped coordinate and contributed to the UN-affiliated IRENA technical brief – Renewable Energy Options in Shipping and more recently was an expert reviewer for the IPCC special report on 1.5C climate change.

 

Paul Barker, Commercial Director Marine, NatPower Marine

Paul Barker is a seasoned executive and advisor with a distinguished global career spanning the Ports, Supply Chain & Logistics, Infrastructure, and Manufacturing sectors. His diverse experience includes significant operational and commercial roles: UK Director of a Major Shipping Line, Port Director and Commercial Director of Two Port Authorities and Head of UK Infrastructure for a Multi-Discipline Manufacturer.  Paul’s career has been characterised by his ability to lead and innovate in complex, multi-faceted environments. His strategic insights have not only guided industry stakeholders but also influenced governmental bodies and non-profit organisations. Paul Barker has delivered numerous high-impact talks, with recent engagements focusing on critical issues facing the maritime and port sectors: Breaking the Power Deadlock for Ports, Looking at Green Shipping Corridors, Clean energy for maritime – What Needs to Happen Now.  These presentations have highlighted Paul’s forward-thinking approach and his ability to address both current challenges and future opportunities within the industry. Paul has a proven track record as a speaker, having participated in several prominent events in 2024.

 

Alan Croft, Business Development Manager, ISWAN

 

 

Erik Green, CEO, Green Jakobsen

Erik Green, CEO, Green- Jakobsen A/S. Erik Green is one of the founders of Green-Jakobsen in 2001. He is a Naval Architect and has a master’s degree in organisational learning and development. Within the maritime segment Erik’s passion is human performance and how we create an open and trusting environment where people thrive and perform at their best. His expertise relates to the development of corporate and individual safety performance culture, HR processes and leadership development. As a strategic business consultant with more than 20 years of experience Erik is specialised in helping companies develop both at a strategic, tactical and operational level. His professional competence covers human performance strategy, how we best develop our people and make use of the nature and capabilities for the workforce.  Erik is an experienced subject matter expert, strategic executive coach and as a strategic business consultant who is deeply involved in the development of Green-Jakobsen’s concepts and solutions for the maritime industry.

 

Robert Haggquist, South32’s member representative & Trustee, Sustainable Shipping Initiative

Robert Haggquist is Charterer and Decarbonisation Lead for mining company South32. He is South32’s representative in Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) where he is also a Trustee. Robert is based in London and leads the company’s freight activities in the Atlantic, Americas and African region. In his current role he is also leading South32’s decarbonisation work on the shipping side and is driving various projects that aim to reduce emissions in the company’s supply chain. Prior to relocating to London Robert was based in Singapore, working for BHP Billiton as head of freight analysis but has been with South32 since the company demerged from BHP in 2015. Robert started his shipping career with a Swedish owner, before joining Clarksons in London as freight analyst. Robert has a degree in economics from Gothenburg University, a degree in maritime law from NUS and recently completed sustainability studies at MIT.

 

Edmund  Hughes, IBIA Representative to the IMO, IBIA

Edmund Hughes is the IBIA Representative to the IMO and for the past 4 years has been acting as a consultant to the shipping industry with a focus on decarbonisation policy and regulatory development. He also acted as a specialist adviser for the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee’s inquiry into “Net zero and UK shipping”. Before that he worked for 10 years at the International Maritime Organization where he was responsible for air pollution prevention, energy efficiency and IMO’s work to address GHG emissions from ships including the implementation of IMO 2020 and acting as secretary to the working group that prepared the Initial IMO GHG Strategy. Before joining IMO he worked for the Maritime & Coastguard Agency where he had environmental and safety policy roles

 

Capt. John Lloyd, Chief Executive Officer, The Nautical Institute

Captain John Lloyd has been Chief Executive of The Nautical Institute since May 2017 having originally joined the Institute in 2015 as Chief Operating Officer. Previously he was Professor, Maritime Training at the Australian Maritime College (AMC). In 2014 he inaugurated a new maritime college in Angola following a two-year development programme developed in conjunction with the City of Glasgow College and Sonangol Shipping. Prior to this he held appointments as: Chief Executive Officer of the Vanuatu Maritime College in Santo, Vanuatu; and senior posts at Flagship Training Limited and Warsash Maritime Centre. John is a Master Mariner and served as a Marine Pilot in Namibia from 1994 – 1995. He is a Master of Business Administration, a Freeman of the (UK) Honourable Company of Master Mariners, a Younger Brother of Trinity House and a Chartered Master Mariner. Since joining The Nautical Institute John has introduced a series of professional development short courses attracting a substantial amount of international interest, a new qualification for engineering and technical staff on DP vessels and has recently started working more closely on key safety issues in the fishing sector. In September 2023, John was awarded the (UK) Merchant Navy Medal for Meritorious Service for his contribution to maritime training and education, an award presented by HRH The Princess Royal at Trinity House, London. He travels extensively representing the work of The Nautical Institute and sharing his passion for safer shipping and professionalism in the maritime sector. He is currently Chair of the IMO’s Human Element Industry Group (HEIG) working with NGOs on key safety initiatives.

 

 

Nelson Mojarro, Head of Innovation and Partnerships, ICS

 

 

Dimitris Monioudis, Managing Director, Rethymnis & Kulukundis Ltd

 

 

Dimitris Psarros, Business Development Manager, RISK4SEA

Dimitris joined SQE Group back in 2012 and now holds the position of Business Development Manager at RISK4SEA, an innovative SaaS platform which aims to provide Port State Control performance transparency to the market. He has more than 10 years of experience within the industry and held various commercial positions and participated in several projects with the aim to assist shipping companies to improve/maintain their safety and quality standards.

 

 

 Captain Kuba Szymanski, Secretary General of InterManager

Captain Kuba Szymanski is Secretary General of the International Ship Managers’ Association. Formerly, he was a Merchant Navy officer, including Ship’s Command, as well as a Marine, Safety and Quality Superintendent. He was also a tutor at the International Business School, Isle of Man, UK, where he taught management of change, risk management, organisational waste, critical equipment and time and information management.

 

Sandra Welch, Chief Executive Officer, Seafarers Hospital Society

Sandra joined Seafarers Hospital Society in 2020 at an interesting and exciting time in its history as it moved towards its bicentenary in 2021. Initially trained as a music teacher, Sandra later gained a Theology Degree at the University of Aberdeen, as well as gaining a master’s degree in human resource management. She brings versatility and depth of experience to Seafarers Hospital Society, having occupied a variety of senior roles, including six years at Sailors’ Society, initially as director of programme and then chief operating officer with overall responsibility for the creation and development of crew welfare and wellbeing programmes and community development projects for seafaring communities in 26 countries.

 

Capt. Nish Wijayakulathilaka, Director, NIW & NAVIS LAW &Vice President- The Nautical Institute, United Kingdom

Nish Wijayakulathilaka holds the prestigious position of International Vice President and Fellow at the Nautical Institute, UK, and he also serves as the Vice Chairman of the Sri Lanka Branch. In recognition of his dedication to maritime affairs, Nish Wijayakulathilaka has been honoured as a Goodwill Maritime Ambassador by the International Maritime Organization. He is a Master Mariner and brings a wealth of maritime experience to the table, having served as a Captain with significant command experience aboard ships. Notably, he is also well-versed in legal matters, holding an LLB (HONS) degree from Buckinghamshire New University in the UK and currently pursuing a career as an Attorney at Law. Furthermore, Nish has enhanced his qualifications with a postgraduate degree in Master of Business Administration from the University of Colombo. His commitment to advancing knowledge in maritime law is evident through his pursuit of an MPhil leading to a PhD in Maritime Law from the University of Colombo. Nish also serves as a Director at NIW & Navis Law, where he specializes in marine surveying and legal consulting. His expertise extends to the academic realm as well, as he holds a visiting lecturer position at Maritime Division, Institute Technology, University of Moratuwa. He fulfils the role of a Nautical Inspector on behalf of the Bahamas Maritime Authority for Sri Lanka.

 

 

 

 

LEAD SPONSORS

SQEMARINE

SQE Marine is a leading provider of Safety, Quality and Environmental Solutions providing Consulting, Training and Information products in these areas. We have been successfully providing a product and service range to more than 1,200 clients (based in 75+ countries) over the last 20 years, operating a DNVGL Certified Training Center and a LR ISO 9001 certified management system. Strong enough to provide immediate response and feedback to all client queries and needs, we provide a range of competitively priced services and timeliness for product / service delivery; we provide foolproof products and services to ensure full after sales support for as long as necessary. Last but not least, technical competence is the core of our management system & operations. Our vision is to be a leading world class corporation that provides reliable maritime solutions in the areas of Quality, Health, Safety, Environmental, Crisis, Security, and Risk Management. Our mission, therefore, is to provide real life, effective and efficient maritime solutions range including Consulting, Training and Information provision in order to maximize client benefit and minimize risk.

www.sqemarine.com

 

SPONSORS

 

ARCADIA SHIPMANAGEMENT CO. LTD

Arcadia Shipmanagement Co. LTD was established in Athens in 1998 with a clear strategic goal – “the safe transportation of cargoes worldwide with respect to the environment”. Initially the Company assumed the management of two different types of vessels (dry and wet) but at a later stage ARCADIA, realizing the increased demands and responsibilities of the current times, focused its activities on tanker management. Following the Company’s establishment in 1998, an ambitious investment program began with the construction of high specification aframax and suezmax tankers, in South Korean Yards, on behalf of Companies that had entrusted the management of their vessels to ARCADIA.

www.arcadiasm.gr

 

Blue Planet Shipping Ltd

Blue Planet Shipping Ltd (BPS) was established and based at Piraeus since 1996, to manage 8 Dry Bulk Carriers. In 1998, BPS split into two separate companies. BPS retained its root name and Third Millenium Shipping Ltd (TMS) was set up to manage vessels for different owners. BPS managed 7 out of the 8 vessels; (AKMI – ARIS – EVMAR – COSMAR – ALMAVITA – AFROS & ALKIMOS) and the management of the ASTROMAR was undertaken by TMS. In 2002, clients of the company placed an order for 6 New Building Supramax vessels in China, of which 5 were delivered in 2003 and 1 in 2004. The new vessels (APOLLON – APEX – AKMI – EVNIA – NICOLAOS A and AVRA) were registered under Cyprus and Greek Flags. With the company by then managing a total of 14 vessels, it began recruiting different nationalities to man the ships, focusing mainly on Greek, Ukrainian, Burmese and Moroccan crews.

www.blueplanetshipping.gr

 

Capital-Executive Ship Management Corp.

Capital-Executive Ship Management Corp. (‘Capital-Executive’) currently operates a fleet of 40 vessels including 36 container carriers and 4 modern bulk carriers with a total dwt of 2,915,834 tons and total teu of 180,363 approx. The fleet under management includes vessels of Nasdaq-listed Capital Product Partners L.P. The Capital-Executive team has extensive experience in managing various vessel types and sizes. The Company offers comprehensive services in every aspect of ship management including: safety and technical management, claims & insurance, bunkering, risk assessment, newbuilding design and supervision, IT services, accounting, financial management and other administrative functions, as well as in-house human resources management, such as crewing and personnel training with state-of-the-art technology.

www.capital-executive.gr

 

Capital Gas Ship Management Corp.

Capital Gas Ship Management Corp. (“Capital Gas”) is a ship management service provider, currently operating a fleet of 14 modern LNG Carriers with a total carrying capacity of approximately 2.44 million cubic meters and a total dwt of 1.14 Tons. Our Team consists of highly skilled personnel with extensive experience in the LNG Sector from initial design and newbuilding supervision to LNGCs operations and technical management. Capital Gas Ship Management is a member of SIGTTO and SGMF.

www.capitalgas.gr/

 

Capital Shipmanagement

Capital Ship Management Corp. (‘Capital’) is a distinguished oceangoing vessel operator, offering comprehensive services in every aspect of ship management, currently operating a fleet of 39 tankers (12 VLCCs, 15 Aframaxes, 11 MR/Handy product tankers and 1 small tanker) with a total dwt of 5.95 million tons approx. Capital has extensive experience in managing various vessel types and sizes including all tanker segments (VLCC, Suezmax, Aframax/LR2, Panamax/LR1, MR/Handy and small tankers), dry bulk segments (Cape, Panamax, Handymax and Handy), as well as OBOs and containers. The excellent performance of Capital Ship Management has been recognized by oil major companies and major traders in the industry. It is one of a few ship management companies to have successfully completed the comprehensive office assessment process of numerous major oil companies and has also established long standing relationships with major traders, liners and operators. The Company offers comprehensive services in every aspect of ship management including: safety and technical management, claims & insurance, bunkering, vetting preparation and attendance, risk assessment, newbuilding design and supervision, IT services, accounting, financial management and other administrative functions, as well as in-house human resources management, such as crewing and personnel training with state-of-the-art technology.

www.capitalship.gr

 

Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Limited (EASTMED)

EASTMED is a ships management company with head offices in Glyfada (Athens), Greece. Presently the company has under management 78 vessels, employs 200 shore based personnel and a further 3000 seagoing staff. The fleet comprises of 29 tankers, 39 dry bulk carriers and 10 container ships, adding up to a total DWT capacity of 7.2 million tons. Principally both the tankers and the dry cargo vessels are employed on the spot market and occasionally will enter into short period charter agreements on a number of ships of the fleet.

The following overseas companies are employed as exclusive agents of EASTMED:

  • Intermar Chartering (UK) Ltd. in London, U.K.: Covers the London chartering market.
  • Eastern Mediterranean Manning Agency in Manila, Philippines: Directly selects, trains, and employs Filipino Masters, Officers, and Crew exclusively for the vessels under EASTMED’s management.

EASTMED was granted by Lloyd’s the ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification in December 2010 and is in the process of being certified with ISO 50001 within 2016. EASTMED is presently a member of BIMCO, INTERTANKO and INTERCARGO, thus joining forces for improved standards in the industry. EASTMED voluntarily participates to AMVER reporting system, operated by the US Coast Guard for promoting safety of life and property at sea. Managed vessels are honored with AMVER awards on an annual basis.

www.eastmed.gr

 

EURONAV

Euronav is an independent tanker company engaged in the ocean transportation and storage of crude oil. The Company is headquartered in Antwerp, Belgium, and has offices throughout Europe and Asia. Euronav is listed on Euronext Brussels and on the NYSE under the symbol EURN. Euronav employs its fleet both on the spot and period market. Sustainability is a core value at Euronav as it ensures the long-term health and success of our people, our business, and the environment we work in. It involves a commitment to safety and environmental practices, as well as an innovative approach to the use of technology and information.

www.euronav.com/

 

Green Jakobsen

Green-Jakobsen A/S is a maritime consultancy offering ship owners, operators, ship management companies and maritime entities a unique combination of skillsets that encompasses all aspects of managing the human factor in shipping. Our approach is to analyse, diagnose and then improve the safety mindset, leadership and human resource performance of people on shore and at sea. Our combined decades of experience with proven, custom-made programs is the foundation of our work. By balancing industry knowhow with out-of-box thinking, we transform strategy into daily work by using tangible tools which we implement alongside our customers on board and in the office. We are a group of people who combine our academic, seafaring and business experience and we are based in Copenhagen, Manila, Athens and Mumbai, with some 30 employees in total.

Our areas of expertise are:

  • Maritime safety performance – reducing LTIF, providing strong tools and methods to support the safety initiatives and focus on behaviour and actions
  • Maritime leadership – training leaders to fulfil the performance driving role, providing knowledge and tools to act as competent leaders on board and ashore
  • HR performance and management – linking the management and development of people and their competencies with leadership skills and safety performance
  • Soft skills courses – offering a wide range of subjects for company specific courses and seminars
  • Measure and develop safety performance – strengthening a proactive safety culture in an ongoing cycle in a plug-and-play solution including on board training and development

www.green-jakobsen.com 

www.safety-delta.com

 

Latsco Marine Management Inc.

Latsco Marine Management Inc. a subsidiary company of Latsco Shipping Ltd., has been established 1st January 2019 and is currently located at Kifisia. Latsco’s history begins over half a century ago as part of Latsis Companies’ Group. Latsco provides operational, technical, financial and ship building services, focusing on fundamental principles of quality, integrity, safety, health, environmental protection and energy efficiency, with established programmes for performance excellence, profitability and growth of management of clean energy transportation vessels. Latsco pursues all entrepreneurial ventures with ethics, integrity, consistency to incident-free operations and ultimate aspiration of providing excellent services through long-lasting customer relationships. Currently, LMM Inc. manages a fleet of 27 vessels (MRs, LR2, VLGCs), while another 2 vessels shall be delivered up to 2020.

www.latsco.com

 

NAPA

With over 30 years of operation, NAPA is a leading software and data services provider for ship design and operations to enable safer, more sustainable, and future-proof maritime industry. Headquartered in Finland, NAPA employs 200 experts, combining expertise in naval architecture, fleet operations and digital services. NAPA operates globally, with a presence in Japan, Korea, China, Singapore, the USA, Germany, Greece, Romania and India. With over 90% of new vessels built by NAPA customers, NAPA’s ship design software is the global de facto standard in shipbuilding. Furthermore, NAPA is a market leader in ship stability management and safety data services for passenger ships, and its cloud-based solutions for ship performance monitoring and voyage optimization support shipping’s decarbonization journey.

www.napa.fi/

 

RISK4SEA

RISK4SEA is an online platform to provide PSC performance transparency to the market by analysing PSC Data providing KPI, Demographics, Detentions Analytics, reports, Benchmarks and Insights for 23 fleet segments in an advanced analysis of the last 5 years to assist stakeholders to:

-PREPARE for forthcoming PSC inspections
-ANALYSE PSC performance to identify strengths & weaknesses
-BENCHMARK fleets against competition and the industry

www.risk4sea.com

 

 

SEAFiT

SEAFiT, powered by SAFETY4SEA, is a pioneering mental health program providing comprehensive guidance and a holistic approach to maritime stakeholders to evaluate the mental health state of both their shore and sea staff and raise awareness over wellbeing issues.

seafit.safety4sea.com

 

Who Should Attend

This is a must attend event for all companies and individuals interested in Maritime Environmental Excellence and Sustainable Shipping , including:

  • Ship owners
  • Ship Manager Company Staff (Technical, Marine, Operations, Safety & Quality)
  • Maritime professionals
  • Regulatory & government authorities
  • Flag state representatives
  • Classification societies representatives
  • Marine Insurers & P&I Executives
  • Experts on information technologies (IT) onboard
  • Other relevant with smart technologies Industry Organizations/ Executives/ Experts

Delegate Helpdesk

General Information

Who can I contact for more information on the event?
Please contact the organizers directly at e-mail: info [at] safety4sea [dot] com

Registration

How do I register?
To register you should fill in the online registration form and follow the instructions contained in the Registration Form.

Is the event free to attend for the delegates?
Attendance to the event is FREE subject to online registration. In case you are interested, please complete the online registration form and confirm with the organizers. FREE attendance includes coffee, snacks and drinks during breaks. Attendance does NOT include accommodation and/or traveling or parking which should be paid in by the delegates as decided/applicable.

What happens if I am unable to attend despite being registered?
Appreciate if you could inform the organizers by e-mail as soon as possible before the event.

At the event

Where is the event being held and how do I get there?
The event location is at the Ocean Suite, ICS Maritime Hub, London, UK. For more information on the venue, please click here.

What happens when I get to the event venue?
When you arrive at the event please go to the registration desk and collect your badge which should be worn at all times. Welcome coffee and snacks are available during registration and breaks.

After the event

How may I evaluate and comment on the event?
You may comment with the organizers at any time, during or after the event. Furthermore an event evaluation form will be available online after the event to complete anonymously any comments you may have.

Please contact the organizers directly at e-mail: info [at] safety4sea [dot] com


We look forward to welcoming you at this event!

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