Working from US
Dispatch 21 issued on Monday
Working on InterManager Conference and ExCom Meeting – 5th of February 2018 – LondonVenue now confirmed LLOYDS REGISTER LONDON
Finishing off Financial Audit
Adopt a Ship project – More and more schools
Benchmarking KPIS for InterManager project
Martha Project and Paris MOU – requested to provide training for PSC Officers
Liaising EVERYDAY CONNECTIVITIES project between Academics and members (facilitating trip on board of members ship)
27th NOV – 06th December – London – IMO – 30th Assembly – Capt. Paddy McKnight representing InterManager members
Returned to the Isle of Man
Working on InterManager Conference and ExCom Meeting – 5th of February 2018 – London; Venue now confirmed LLOYDS REGISTER LONDON
High Seas project – working on initial details
Catching up on administration stuff
Coordinating 24 peaks with Seafarers UK
Sorting out IMO / InterManager relationship – IMO DOC subscription for members
TKF Board Meeting 02-03 December – Palm Springs – Capt. Kuba Szymanski attending
Adopt a Ship
InterManager has joined the Cyprus Chamber of Shipping initiated campaign Adopt A Ship.
As of this week we have:
16 classes in Poland, 2 Universities in Poland, 1 kindergarten in Poland; 3 orphanages in India – 20 ships
Anyone interested to learn more about Adopt A Ship project please get in touch with Capt. Kuba Szymanski firstname.lastname@example.org
ACI’s 12th Arctic Shipping Summit will be taking place 21-22 February, 2018 in Montreal, Canada.
The two day conference will consist of a number of informative presentations followed by interactive Q&A sessions, panel discussions and an open discussion to further involve the delegates. These talk will give a deep insight on the views shared from the different aspects of Arctic Shipping. We will explore and discuss current regulations and requirements from the IMO & the Coast Guard. Deeply examine commercial aspects, infrastructure and promising changes in cruise operations as well as the insurance challenges that are increasing ongoing. As well as this looking into training requirements and ship design options to help aid in the future of Arctic operations. The conference will bring together various key industry stake-holders including Ship-owners, Ship-mangers & associated solution providers, fuel solutions, IT & data associations, consultants & technology providers.
If interested please contact email@example.com
Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea Conference (WASC) on 16 March 2018, London.
Following the success of the inaugural Wellness at Sea Conference in Singapore earlier this year, the 2018 agenda will address crew wellness and how this impacts on the health of the ship – and ultimately the health of the ship owner’s balance sheet.
A must-attend event for ship owners and all those concerned with the recruitment and retention of crews, WASC 2018 will:
- feature presentations from industry and academic experts
- explore all aspects of crew wellness
- highlight how ship operations impact on crew morale and retention (including digital communications, ship safety and cyber awareness).
- feature live polls, breakout discussions and a panel debate
- offer networking opportunities with other industry leaders
Speakers include: Paddy Rodgers (Euronav), Stuart Edmonston (UKP&I Club), Drew Brandy (Inmarsat) and Dr. Rafael Lefkowitz (Yale University)
Date: 16 March 2018
Timings: 9:00-17:30, followed by a drinks reception
Venue: 99 City Road Conference Centre, London
Cost: early bird £75 plus VAT to 31/12/17 (£99 plus VAT thereafter)
Delegate passes include: pre-conference pastries, coffee breaks, buffet lunch, drinks reception and canapés
For more on the conference and to book your place visit: www.sailorssocietywasc.org
Capt. Kuba Szymanski
Mob: +44 7624 498 266