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NEXT GEN Shock Mitigation Solutions Workshop; 31st March 2020, Southampton

Top speakers will be presenting at this workshop looking at whether Vibration Directives have helped crews and maritime operators?

July 2020 marks 10 years since the EC Vibration Directive came into force. Over the past decade professional sectors have learned the hard way about which technology and data is relevant - or not!

High level organisations now recognise there is a need to debate the implications of compliance regarding Control of Vibration at Work Regulations - including methods for partial exemption.

As simple and cost effective solutions become available to
improve decision making in rough conditions for lower speed vessels NEXT GEN workshops bring industry together to address the key issues.

The NEXT GEN SHOCK Mitigation Solutions Workshop will take please 31st March 2020 at the Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton.

The event is relevant to anyone working in the professional, commercial and military sectors including port and marina operators, passenger vessel operators, boat captains, boat building, equipment manufacturers, naval architects, safety integrators, training organisations and maritime legislators.

For more information and booking details please visit:

http://www.nextgen-marine.com/page/81/

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Posted 2020-01-09 11:01:48

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