Building a Resilient Safety@Sea Culture

Organised by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, the International Safety@Sea Conference, is a platform for industry practitioners across different sectors of the maritime industry to share best safety practices at sea. This initiative is part of the Safety@Sea Week, which aims to enhance safety by raising safety awareness and instilling a safety-first culture. International Safety@Sea Week 2016 runs from 29 August to 2 September.

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Opening Address by Guest of Honour:

Mr. Khaw Boon Wan
Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure & Minister for Transport

 

 

 

Keynote Address:

Mr. Kitack Lim
Secretary General
IMO

2016 Discussion Themes Not To Be Missed!

Opening Address and Keynote Address

  • Opening Address by Guest of Honour: Coordinating Minister for Infrastructure & Minister for Transport
  • IMO Initiatives and Future Directions for Progressing Safety at Sea

Training and Readiness

  • Past Incidents and Training for Risk Management
  • Crew Training – The Role of Culture, Competence and Certification in Safety Training
  • Addressing the Human Factors in Safety at Sea

Rethinking Strategic Safety Management

  • Harmonising a Global Approach to Safety at Sea through Collaboration, Standardisation and Technology
  • Safety Audits and Incident Investigations – What Can We Learn?
  • Digital Security - the Must Do’s in Managing Cyber Threats to Ships

Keynote Address:

  • Next Generation Safety Benchmarks for the Maritime Industry

Passenger and Crew Safety

  • Passenger Ship Readiness – Ensuring Safety Factors are in Place
  • Effective Safety Management and Emergency Response Plan 
  • Ferry Safety Design, Technology and Crew Training - How are they Contributing to Safety@Sea?
  • Safe Passenger Ship Operations – How are Operators Advancing Safety Standards? 

Navigation Safety and Collision Prevention

  • Navigational Safety Checkpoints – What Matters Most?
  • Collision Cause Analysis – What is the Data Telling Us?
  • Managing Navigation Challenges in the Straits of Malacca

Investigation and Insurance

  • Near Miss Incident Evaluations and Lessons Learnt
  • P&I Perspective on Marine Incident Claims

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