Compared to other global industries, shipping is relatively insulated from the general public at large—surprisingly so given its global reach and indispensability. It is not a world where people understand that without shipping, “half the world would starve, while the other half would freeze.”
William H. Moore
Commitment to crew competency is vital for the retention of seafarer’s skill sets and employment, at a time when financial pressure impacts safety. Dr. William H. Moore, Senior Vice President of Loss Prevention, The American P&I Club, discusses about Club’s initiatives for addressing crew competency and assurance and supporting Members in identifying and managing holistic risks to safety from both shore-based management and shipboard operational perspectives.
Dr. William H. Moore, American Club, focuses on the challenges of managing seafarer competence with respect to loss prevention, highlighting that training is necessary not only for regulatory compliance but also to develop skills, and that learning outcomes should be consistent with desired performance objectives.
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