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    7th REA Symposium, 26-29 June 2017

    To support the research community in resilience, we would like to share with you the announcement of the 7th Symposium of the Resilience Engineering Association.

    SEAHORSE regional event in Madrid, 18th October 2016

    SEAHORSE’s final regional event is scheduled to take place in Madrid on the 18th October 2016.

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    SEAHORSE regional event in Madrid, 18th October 2016

    SEAHORSE’s final regional event is scheduled to take place in Madrid on the 18th October 2016.

    The Second Annual SEAHORSE Workshop, Rotterdam - 13 October 2015

    The second SEAHORSE annual workshop is scheduled to be held in Rotterdam on the 13th of October 2015.

    e kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    We kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    We kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    We kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    We kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    We kindly invite you to the public awareness and validation workshop entitled "Human Factors in Shipping Safety – Resilience Engineering and Smart Procedures" The workshop will be held on Tuesday 13 October 2015 in Rotterdam. We will confirm the venue of the workshop closer to date.


    This workshop is part of the activity conducted under the EU research project SEAHORSE (Safety Enhancement in Transport by Achieving Human Oriented Resilient Shipping Environment). SEAHORSE Project aims to achieve safer and more resilient shipping operations through transferring proven human factors and resilience concepts from aviation to maritime transport. Please visit the website (http://seahorseproject.eu/) for more information about the project.


    Due to limited space at the venue, we would encourage you to register your participation by emailing the host of the workshop, Jouke Rypkema (jouke.rypkema@tno.nl), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in Rotterdam to kick-start the fruitful discussion and collaboration towards a safer maritime industry. Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you need any assistance.


    Yours faithfully,
    Prof. Osman Turan
    Co-ordinator of project SEAHORSE, University of Strathclyde


    Preliminary agenda can be found in the invitation letter attached. Attached you can also find our project's brochure.


    The First Local SEAHORSE Workshop, Glasgow - 3 March 2015

    The first SEAHORSE local workshop is scheduled to be held in Glasgow on the 3rd of March 2015.

    4th Technical Meeting – 7 October 2014

    Next technical meeting of SEAHORSE Project will be hosted by Kratis Training and Consulting LTD on 7th -9th of October in Larnaca, Cyprus.

    3rd Technical Meeting – 12 June 2014

    Next technical meeting of SEAHORSE Project will be hosted by Jumbo on 12th -13th of June in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

    2nd Technical Meeting - 16 February 2014

    Next technical meeting of SEAHORSE Project will be hosted by Deep Blue on 24th-25th of February in Rome, Italy.

    SEAHORSE Project Kick Off - 15 November 2013

    SEAHORSE Project had a very successful Kick off meeting in Brussels with participation of all partners and Project Officer.

    Thank you for joining the SEAHORSE workshop in Rotterdam

    Please feel free to download the slides presented during the event.