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Mental health and wellbeing are on the agenda, but what can we do about it?

  • Svendborg Søfartsskole 6A Overgade Svendborg, 5700 Denmark (map)

Mental health and wellbeing at sea will be the topic of this event!
We will look at the problems, discuss recommendations and solutions, we will have case examples and a number of tools will be presented. The range of topics will be broad; loneliness, cooperation ship-shore, bullying, fatigue, internet, etc. We will engage the audience in the discussion with an aim to set a direction and give solutions, which can be implemented relatively easy and used when needed.

Awareness, communication, care and good leadership seem to be key components, but there are also more specific tools.


Speakers

  • Presentation of The “Mental Health Resilience Toolbox”
    Maritime leaders and seafarers will in 2020 have access to concrete tools and knowledge on how to prevent and manage stress, bullying and harassment, social isolation, depression and suicide and ensure good mental health on board.
    Mads Schramm, Organizational Psychologist/Leadership Consultant, Sea Health & Welfare

  • "Loneliness at sea"
    Connie Gehrt, Owner, CONOVAH

  • Case: "Fatigue - A healthy ship is a safe ship”
    How to keep up with legislation on rest hours. What do seafarers think is needed for managing fatigue? When it comes to lack of sleep, due to weather and sea condition, Jet Lag, watch system, duties/workload while in port etc.
    Mads Winther, Royal Arctic Line

  • “What are the problems young seafarers face and what are their expectations?”
    Lene Østergaard, Student Advisor, SIMAC (TBC)

  • Panel debate and discussion

Pris (ex. moms)
Medlem af MDC eller Danske Rederier: Gratis
Ikke-medlem: 995 DKK
No-show fee: 500 DKK

Earlier Event: October 31
Maritime Disruptors Academy
Later Event: November 25
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