Strong Conference Program Set for Passenger Ship Safety

g src=”/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Passanger-Ship-Safety-0305.jpg” alt=”” style=”margin: 5px; float: left;” />Passenger Ship Safety Southampton, scheduled from April 4-6, will be underscored by a robust conference program touching on relevant safety and security as they relate to the cruise industry.

Passenger Ship Safety 2017 is the only forum of its kind to discuss passenger safety among cruise and ferry operators. TDN UK, the event organizer, held a similar event in South Florida in January.

View the program online here.

End-user led interactive discussions, case studies, technological solutions, future procurement plans and exclusive networking opportunities will provide attendees with the knowledge to keep passengers safe at sea. 

View a preview of April’s event.

Delegates will also have access to the exhibition area to meet with leading industry innovators and discuss the latest technological solutions solve challenges and operational requirements.

Key focus areas will include:

-Adapting SOLAS to modern requirements
-Evacuation and the testing of lifesaving appliances
-Innovative design and future employment
-State of the market: Regulatory developments
-Fire detection and suppression
-Modern training methods
-Challenges of machinery space and car deck fires
-Ship design and construction
-Alternative fuels
-Moving forward: Technological advancements and investment
-Cruise and ferry operators, coastguards, emergency response and public sector employees will receive free entry to Passenger Ship Safety 2017.

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