Global Marine Casualties Week

04 Dec 2019 12:00AM - 06 Dec 2019 12:00AM Hilton London Tower Bridge, London Partner Event

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Global Marine Casualties Week (4 – 6 December 2019, London) combines years of experience and world-class expertise in the marine emergency response industry. Over the course of three days, you will access 5 market-leading agendas and meet the full spectrum of maritime professionals involved in preventing and mitigating accidents at sea.

You will get access to:

Salvage & Wreck Removal Conference (4 – 5 December 2019): The key annual event for salvors, marine consultants, insurers, lawyers, maritime administrations and technology providers to discuss legal and insurance issues, examine recent casualty operations and incidents, and focus on the future role of salvage, new ways of working and emerging technology.

Maritime Accidents & Emergencies Summit (5 December 2019): A one-day summit dedicated to planning, prevention and response to maritime casualties, including search and rescue operations, and investigations post-event. The agenda also looks at situations for mass rescue operations involving passengers.

General Average Seminar (4 December 2019): Designed by the industry's top legal and insurance experts, this is the only event exploring the latest incidents in the news, commercial implications and legal backbone of general average.

Liquefaction of Bulk Cargoes Seminar (5 December 2019): The only educational event dedicated to combating the causes and consequences of liquefaction incidents. The agenda will provide industry stakeholders with detailed information on the technical, financial and legal implications of liquefied bulk cargoes.

Management & Prevention of Containership Fires (6 December 2019): This one-day seminar will provide the most-up-to-date information on the reality of containership fires, environmental and financial implications of these incidents, information on how to mitigate the risks and manage safety.

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