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SeaworkConnect - join the Safety Forum

Join the British Tug Owners Association and Workboat Association Safety Forum at SeaworkConnect as they explore improving MOB recovery from Small Commercial Vessels.

Learn from some of the industry’s Operations and Safety leaders along with expert guests as they discuss, from experience, the key challenges and opportunities to the successful recovery of a person from the water.  Topics to be discussed include practicality; preparations; equipment; manning/training; suitability; and some of the key messages.

The live online session takes place at 1100 on Wednesday 6 October at SeaworkConnect and will be hosted and moderated by Kerrie Forster, CEO, The Workboat Association and Robert Merrylees, Policy Manager UK Chamber of Shipping & Secretary of British Tugowners Association

The expert panel of speakers include:

Scott Baker, Head of Marine Standards (Europe) Svitzer. (Chair of British TugOwners Association)

Mike Proudlove, General Manager Offshore Turbine Services. (Co-Chair of Workboat Association Safety Forum)

Shaun Mansbridge, Safety Manager Williams Shipping.  (Co-Chair of Workboat Association Safety Forum)

Jack Martin, Inspector of Marine Incidents MAIB

Tony Wafer, Senior Water Safety Partner RNLI

Exhibitor: Workboat Association

Pictured:  Mike Proudlove, General Manager Offshore Turbine Services. (Co-Chair of Workboat Association Safety Forum) 
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