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New SAFETY4SEA survey aims to address crew welfare in the COVID-19 era

SAFETY4SEA is pleased to announce the SAFETY4SEA Crew Welfare Survey, including Wellness & Wellbeing elements, as an industry initiative to assess status, provide feedback to all industry stakeholders and identify a roadmap to improve on welfare issues at an organizational and industry level. This will be the 2nd Crew Welfare Survey, following a similar initiative conducted within Q4 of 2019.

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Marine Insurance Claims in the COVID-19 era: Key considerations

During the 2020 SAFETY4SEA Virtual Forum, the last panel focused on the challenges surrounding marine insurance claims such as the rise of damaged cargo and the increase of containerships fires, while discussed about how the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the risk environment around the high value and temperature-sensitive goods and how shipping industry is affected in several ways.

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Cyber security: Having the right mindset is vital

During last SAFETY4SEA’s Virtual Forum, the attendees gave their insights on cyber security and its part in the shipping industry, highlighting that shipping has still a lot way to go, in regards to how it treats cyber risks. Also, in what is an industry first, the experts applauded IMO’s Resolution, effective from January 1st 2020, and explained why, to some extent, the COVID-19 crisis has a positive impact on the digital evolution.

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What does safety culture mean in shipping?

Safety remains a top priority for shipping, especially in these challenging times of mental tiredness which make the need for safety conscience bigger than ever. In this respect, a bigger focus on seafarers’ human aspect and mental wellbeing is the one thing that could have the most profound impact on the industry’s safety culture, shipping experts agreed during a recent SAFETY4SEA Talk.

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