Safety at Sea

SAS Awards 2019 programme

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www.sasawards.com 14 Best Safety Service of the Year The winning service in this category must demonstrate an innovative and original development that has the potential to improve safety onboard and/or onshore. Areas of assessment included information on how the service has resolved a pressing safety issue not currently dealt with in the market or evidence of it being use in a major incident. DNVGLwithCarnivalCorp: A"HOT"approachtoincidentinvestigation The"HOT"(human,organisational,andtechnical)approachacknowledgestherelationship betweeneachelementinensuringmaritimesafetyandhelpstobetteridentifyareasofrisk. KongsbergDigital: K-SimSafety(newfiresafetytrainingsimulator) Thehigh-fidelitysimulatorgivescrewsrigorousfiresafetytraininginverylifelikesettingsto ensurebestpracticeinreal-lifeincidents. ShellShipping&Maritime: HiLo-RevolutionisingMaritimeSafety Amathematicalriskmodelthatusesexistingincidentandnear-missdatatohighlight patternshasloweredtheriskoflifeboataccidentsby72%on900ships. TeekayTankers: FatigueManagementonBoard Therestorworkmanagementsolutionutilisesfacerecognitiontechnologytomonitorcrew resthourstatusinrealtimetoavoidmisrecordingandreducefatigue. TheUKP&IClub: ReflectiveLearningthroughLessonsLearnt Thevideoseries,basedonfivedecadesofriskdata,aimstohelpcrewpreventcommon maritimeaccidents,usingrealcaseexamplesontopicssuchaspollutionandcargoclaims. SAS book of the night_2019.indd 14 SAS book of the night_2019.indd 14 28/08/2019 17:17:11 28/08/2019 17:17:11

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