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SAS Awards 2019 programme

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www.sasawards.com 5 SafetyatSea Awards2019 Meet the judges Guy Platten Secretary-general,InternationalChamberofShipping Guy's career at sea began in 1982 with the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service, then as an RNLI inspector of lifeboats and an MOD salvage officer. He is a former CEO of Caledonian Maritime Assets and UK Chamber of Shipping. Dr. Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry President,WorldMaritimeUniversity With more than 30 years of experience, Cleopatra, an international lawyer, is a leader on maritime law, labour standards and labour law, and law of international organisa- tions. She is the seventh President of the World Maritime University. Katie Higginbottom HeadofITFSeafarers'Trust,ITF Katie joined the ITF in 2005 and worked extensively with maritime unions in the Black Sea region, East and West Africa and Myanmar. She became head of ITF Seafarers' Trust in 2018 where she works to maintain and develop the welfare of seafarers. Paul Watkins Technicalcommitteechair,ILAMA Paul has been employed in the maritime and offshore oil and gas industries for more than 35 years. The ILAMA committee shares its members' views, experience, and tech- nical papers to regulatory bodies including the IMO, at which it holds NGO status. Credits from top to bottom: Border Photography/Justin Mihulka, MWU, ICS, ITF Seafarers'' Trust, DNV GL, ILAMA, UK P&I Catherine Logie Businessdevelopmentdirector,Marlins Catherine has worked in maritime training since 1998 and headed the international training business Marlins for 15 years. A consultant to the IMO, she wrote the first IMO Model Course 3.17, and co-authored the IMO's Maritime English Instructor course. Øystein Goksøyr M.Sc Headofdepartment,safetyadvisory,DNVGL–Maritime ØysteingraduatedfromtheNorwegianTechnicalUniversitywithanM.Scinmarine technology.HejoinedDNVGLin1994;amonghisspecialistdisciplinesareshipoperations, newbuilding,safetyandriskcontrol,LNG,classificationandbusinessdevelopment. Stuart Edmonston Losspreventiondirector,UKP&I Stuart, a master mariner, joined the UK P&I Club as loss prevention director in 2014. Prior to this he worked as an admiralty casualty investigator for a shipping law firm based in London. He was at sea for approximately 14 years on a variety of ship types. SAS book of the night_2019.indd 5 SAS book of the night_2019.indd 5 28/08/2019 17:16:46 28/08/2019 17:16:46

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