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International maritime safety conferencing coming to Cork in October 2015
by NMCI




An international maritime safety conference will be coming to Cork in October 2015

IASST facilitates the exchange of information on matters relating to safety in the maritime environment and to promote continuous improvement in safety and survival training.

The  IASST 10th International Conference will be open to all those engaged in maritime safety.

This year's conference will take place at the National Maritime College of Ireland in Cork and the current programme outline is as follows:

Day 1. (19th Oct 2015) 

Maritime Survival systems 

What is the Flag state prospective? Mr. Brian Hogan Chief Surveyor MSO
What is the P&I clubs role? Alf Martin Sandberg, Senior Technical Advisor Gard P&I
Use of Simulators? VMT  
The effects of the Polar code? Dave (Duke) Snider Senior VP Nautical Institute

What about ‘The Human Element’?  

Day 2. (20th Oct 2015)  

Global training standards

The IMO prospective, achieving global standards through STCW Mr Milhar Fuazudeen, Head Maritime Training and the Human Element IMO
The Offshore prospective, achieving global standards offshore. OPITO representative  
The fishing prospective, STCW (F) the Irish viewpoint. BIM representative
The  STCW standard

See www.nmci.ie  or www.IASST.com for full details.

The Conference format and speakers may be subject to change and early registration is advisable.

Source: NMCI & www.IASST.com

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