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Seafaring will never be completely safe, but Safety at Sea International does a great deal to help the maritime sector manage operational risk and to understand what challenges may be over the horizon.
Shipowners, safety officers and seafarers need an information source they can rely on and for 40 years Safety at Sea International has given them the facts they need, whether it be the latest in lifeboat designs, the fine print of ECDIS mandation or the latest security update on the Gulf of Aden.
But Safety at Sea International offers more than just up-to-date information and incisive writing on casualty incidents, regulation and product innovation.
Safety at Sea International is a critical tool through which subscribers increase safety throughout their fleets. Our accident reports, operational articles and examples of best practice can help to improve safety on board, whether 'on board' means a tanker, bulker, passenger or container ship, supply vessel or offshore installation.
Our monthly features boast the best writing and analysis on safety in the industry and cover topics for all major vessel types, as well as for offshore installations. We examine how to cope with major hazards such as fire and gas, but also look at how to get the best out of bridge operations and how the latest innovations in life-saving appliances can improve survival chances, should the unthinkable happen.
Subscribers are kept up-to-date with key topics including:
- Safety standards
- Maritime safety and security
- Technical and market developments
- Ongoing research projects
- Conference and exhibition reports
- The latest equipment and services
Core areas of editorial coverage are:
- Lifesaving and rescue
- Firefighting and prevention
- Training and education
- The human element of safety
With a clearly differentiated editorial proposition and substantial global audience, Safety at Sea International offers a unique marketing and advertising environment for the promotion of global maritime safety.