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Man Overboard Prevention and Recovery Workshop, 17th April 2018, Southampton

The 2018 MAN OVERBOARD Prevention & Recovery Workshop is being held at the Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton on 17th April 2018.

All sectors are invited to participate in this unique one day event that focuses on viable solutions. Knowledge gained about the risks of people falling in the water from recent incidents with sub IMO / sub 24 metre vessels is becoming increasingly relevant to vessels of all sizes.

Using the latest knowledge from around the world this group will identify the effectiveness of traditional methods versus innovative systems. For commercial, professional and military end user organisations the unique knowledge gained from presentations and networking sessions will help to shape long term decisions that lead to improvements for current operations and procurement of next generation equipment.

MOB Workshop Topics Include:

* MOB Prevention - from operating procedures to use of equipment
* Personnel Transfer - preventing MOB incidents and injury between vessels
* Primary Reactions - effective responses to MOB situations
* Location Of casualty - from crew lookout to electronic devices
* Communication - with maritime rescue, shore side, other vessels
* Return To MOB - connecting with and communicating with * Casualty Recovery - connecting with and lifting onboard, considering injuries
* Effects of Wearing PPE - in the water and contributing to MOB incidents
* Managing The casualty - immediate treatment and the survival timeline
* After Effects Of Incident - From personal care to legal issues

This workshop is suitable for commercial, professional and military end-user organisations, along with boat operators, boat builders, equipment manufacturers, naval architects, safety integrators, training organisations and legislators. Presentations are relevant to passenger ferries, pilot boats, police, patrol craft, survey vessels, wind farm support vessels, superyacht tenders, military craft and SAR vessels.

There is a discount rate for members of British Marine, RINA, SSA, UKMPA, UKHMA, YBDSA.

Supporters include University of Southampton, Southampton Marine & Maritime Institute (SMMI), Super Yacht Captains, Maritime Reporter (US), News (US), Marine Link (US), Maritime Journal (EU).

For more information please contact Event Manager Julie Arthur +44 (0)7449 000228 julie@shockmitigation.com

or visit http://www.shockmitigation.com

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Posted 2018-01-08 17:50:36

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