Fatigue at sea can impact judgement and therefore safety and can contribute to increased stress. This is a very serious issue which must be addressed and measures taken for it to be alleviated, says Captain Fared Khan, Marine Director for Wallem Ship Management
Captain Fared Khan is a maritime professional with expertise in the fields of HSSE, Marine HR and Learning & Development. Captain Khan began his maritime career at sea, coming up through the ranks to Master on oil tankers followed by onshore roles with American Eagle Tankers (AET) and BP Shipping, where his responsibilities included marine assurance, marine HR, technical management and lay up projects. Captain Khan’s current role as Marine Director at Wallem Ship Management encompasses HSSE, Marine HR and Training to ensure vessels are manned by professional and engaged seafarers who are proud to serve in the Wallem fleet.
Captain Fared Khan, Marine Director, Wallem Group, presents key safety issues from ship managers’ perspective to highlight why a strong safety culture contributes to operational excellence.
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