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Assessing the impact of environment and sustainability standards on crewing

With the 2020 sulphur cap imposed by IMO looming, the progress in LNG propulsion, the mounting pressures from the customer base for business to become more sustainable, there are big questions as to how operators will manage expectations, as well as the impact these pressures will have on the crewing function.

With the 2020 sulphur cap imposed by IMO looming, the progress in LNG propulsion, the mounting pressures from the customer base for business to become more sustainable, there are big questions as to how operators will manage expectations, as well as the impact these pressures will have on the crewing function.

In this session, watch an expert panel address these concerns and take questions from the audience. The panellists are:

  • Aron Sorensen, Head of Maritime Technology & Regulation, BIMCO
  • Capt. Robert Fay, Senior Vice President, Maritime Operations, International Registries
  • Natalie Shaw, Director of Employment Affairs, International Chamber of Shipping

The discussion is moderated by Eric Visser, Director, Seagoing Workforce Management, Holland America Group.

Watch the panel below.

 

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