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/ 06 Oct, 2021
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Wonderful Wednesday at SeaworkConnect

You’ve signed up and now activated your account for SeaworkConnect so what does Day Two hold in store for you?

Check out the Commercial Marine USV Conference looking at 'Decarbonising operations with the use of USV technology'.  This session looks at how real-time operations are taking steps towards achieving net zero through the use of uncrewed surface vessels.

Then there’s The Workboat Association & British Tugowners Association Safety Forum looking at the vital topic of 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.

The UK Shipping Concierge introduces itself via Joanna, Commercial Director and Graham, Account Manager, in a session about the new UK Government service; a one-stop shop for businesses, connecting shipping and maritime business with the right expertise when it’s needed.

Seawork’s Women in Marine Industry goes virtual for 2021. Join our inspirational speakers live as they share their stories, their challenges, and their achievements. Hear what they have to say about their career progression; covering ground in technical roles, recruitment and naval cadet programmes, policy and engineering followed by Q&As.

For the full programme and to see and network with over 300 exhibitors showcasing online throughout the three days, go to Seawork Connect

Exhibitor: Workboat Association

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