SAFETY AND CREW WELFARE
The number of ship casualties and incidents have steadied in recent years, but the maritime industry cannot afford to take its eye off the ball. The global pandemic has revealed the shortcomings of the industry’s safety culture, while the crewing crisis showed attitudes towards seafarer welfare still fall short of the mark. As shipping shifts to a zero-carbon future, the safety risks for ships and their crew will only increase.
ARTICLE: DECARBONISATION REQUIRES FRESH THINKING ON SAFETY AND SUSTAINABILITY
Safety has played second fiddle to sustainability in shipping’s decarbonisation journey so far. If the pace of progress is to accelerate, industry partners must see safety as the bedrock of the enterprise
ARTICLE: DECARBONISATION WILL BRING NEW RISKS FOR SAFER SHIPPING, REPORT WARNS
The period from 2012 to 2021 saw real progress towards safer shipping, says a major analysis from Lloyd’s List Intelligence and DNV. Decarbonisation and digitalisation bring future risks that must be understood
ARTICLE: MARITIME SAFETY
The number of ship casualties and incidents have steadied in recent years, but now is not the time for the maritime industry to take its eye off the ball. The global pandemic has revealed the shortcomings of the industry’s safety culture and, as shipping shifts to a zero-carbon future, the safety risks will only increase.
ARTICLE: INTEGRATION OF SKILLSETS UNDERPINS TRANSITION TO SUSTAINABILITY
Bringing together traditional shipping expertise with non-maritime skills is a necessary part of the industry’s transition to a greener business. But do not be under any illusions about the challenges
ARTICLE: SHIPPING SKILLS WILL SORT THE WINNERS FROM THE REST, WEBINAR HEARS
The Lloyd’s List People power webinar has heard that decarbonisation will require skills that are not yet available to the industry. How quickly these skills are brought on board will be critical to success
WEBINAR: HOW TO SECURE & RETAIN THE RIGHT TALENT
Shipping has entered a decade of transformation through decarbonisation and technological advances, but the toughest challenge it may face is to recruit people with the rights skills to fuel this change