Developing a robust safety culture within maritime
WED 03 MAR 2021
09:00 LONDON | 11:00 ATHENS | 17:00 SINGAPORE/MANILA
Safety culture is defined as a set of values, attitudes and practices that management and personnel share; in order to be effective, strong commitment from the top and full engagement from all stakeholders are key. In these challenging times, safety continues to be a top priority for shipping and the need to become more safety conscious is now bigger than ever.
- How has safety culture evolved over the last 20 years?
- Is the pandemic an opportunity or a threat to safety at sea?
- How can we become more safety conscious ashore and onboard?
- Are there any best practices and lessons to be learned from other industries?
- When it comes to safety, which are the key challenges and where is industry still lacking?
Capt. Pradeep Chawla
Managing Director, QHSE and Training
Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd
Dr. Claire Pekcan
Capt. Rahul Sapra
Loss Prevention Manager – Asia
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