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DMAIB (Havarikommisionen): Procedures manage risk, but do not necessarily create safety

  • The Cube - Lauritzen Kosan 15 Tuborg Havnevej Hellerup, 2900 Denmark (map)

The Danish Maritime Investigation Board's newly released report, Proceduralizing marine safety - Procedures in accident causation, discusses the challenges of using procedures as a safety barrier.

Based on the conclusions of the report, we will look into how safety management systems not only comply with legislation but also comply with the intention behind it and thus becomes a useful tool for the seafarers. The speakers will present common traps, and how we can communicate complex work situations so the are meaningful for the target group.

Program

  • Presentation of the main conclusions from the report about proceduralization of marine safety, and how the problem areas can be addressed
    Øssur Hilduberg, Head of the board, Danish Maritime Accident Investigation Board
     
  • ISM – What is the purpose?
    Lars Gerhard Nielsen, Director, Ship survey and certification, Danish Maritime Authority
     
  • Creating meaningful procedures - do's and dont's
    Mia Verniere, Owner, Ponte
     
  • Debate and conclusions
     
  • Wine tasting and networking on the roof terrace of J.Lauritzen overlooking Øresund

    The meeting is held in collaboration with Danish Shipowners Association 
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Read the report: Proceduralizing marine safety - Procedures in accident causation here

Sign up before 30th of August, 2016 at 12:00.

Price (ex VAT)
Member: free
Non-member: 995 DKK

For more info, contact Henriette Dybkær

Later Event: September 4
PRADS 2016