The road to recovery: The essential check-in and outlook for 2021
When: 7 July 2020
This webinar will discuss the commercial impact of COVID-19 on shipping and crewing; priorities for the second half of 2020 and projections for 2021; a critical look at infrastructrue and digitisation.
Registration details coming soon. Watch this space.
SEAFARERS' MENTAL HEALTH: LEARNING FROM HAVING WALKED A MILE IN THEIR SHOES
Social isolation, restriction of rights and life-style, confinement, dependability on the internet, not being able to celebrate events with friends and family – we've all been subjected to this for over 40 days now. For a seafarer, this is normal. What have we learned about seafarer mental health while living one-tenth of their lives? What will change?
- Sandra Welch, CEO, Seafarers Hospital Society
- Rebecca Hayes Mejia, Public Health Manager, Marine Benefits
- Johan Smith, Wellness at Sea (Sailors' Society)
- Caitlin Vaughan, Project Manager, ISWAN
- Ann-Kristin Siewert, Owners Representative, Interorient Shipmanagement
- Ben Bailey, Director of Advocacy and Regional Engagement, The Mission to Seafarers
INDUSTRY DIALOGUES: LESSONS AND BEST PRACTICES FOR CREW MANAGERS FROM OTHER CREW MANAGERS
In part I of this webinar, we discussed the impact of COVID-19 on seafarers' rights and examined the exposed vulnerabilities and the measures that should be in place to ensure crews are safe and protected at sea. We also looked at seafarers' rights, visa and travel, anti-corruption practices, and welfare provisions.
In part II, our speakers, representing some of the largest ship management companies, looked at the pressure points in crew management during the crisis and future risk management frameworks; admin, bureaucracy and cooperation – what worked, what didn't – assessing system reliability.
Speaker line-up included experts from the Institute for Human Rights and Business, Maritime Anti-Corruption Network, Columbia Shipmanagement, MSC Cruises, BSM Singapore, and InterManager.