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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.

    SEAHORSE Project received the Maritime Safety Award 2016

    SEAHORSE project received very prestigious RINA-LR Maritime Safety Award, which was presented at Royal Institution of Naval Architects’ (RINA) annual ...

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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.

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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.

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    A.E. Nomikos Shipping Investments Ltd

    Shipping Company

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    MISC Berhad

    Shipping

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    SEAHORSE workshop in Piraeus/Athens - 31 May 2016

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    SEAHORSE - Human Factors Conference, Glasgow - 21-23 September 2016. CALL FOR PAPERS!

    We are pleased announce SEAHORSE Conference on ‘Maritime Safety and Human Factors’. The conference is organised as part of EU project ‘SEAHORSE’ wh...

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    Thank you for joining the SEAHORSE workshop in Rotterdam

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

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    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.


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    SEAHORSE Annual Rotterdam Workshop (13.10.2015)

    The second annual SEAHORSE workshop is scheduled to be held in Rotterdam on the 13th of October 2015. For more info please click here.

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    SEAHORSE Local Glasgow Workshop (03.03.2015)

    The first SEAHORSE local workshop is scheduled to be held in Glasgow on the 3rd of March 2015. For more info please click here.

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    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.

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    First Public SEAHORSE Workshop

    SEAHORSE Project had a very successful workshop on 12.11.2014 at Lloyd’s Register London. We thank to those who joined the workshop and provided their valuable feedback.

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    SEAHORSE Questionnaire

    The SEAHORSE questionnaire is now available. You can fill in the Seahorse questionnaire here.


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    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.

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    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.

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    Hill Robinson

    Yacht Management

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    Maritime Coastguard Agency

    UK Maritime Authority

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    Airbus

    Aircraft Manufacturer

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    Loganair

    Airline

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    Brussels Airlines

    Airline

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    Image Soft Oy

    Training Simulator Company

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    Posted in: Advisory Board

    Cyprus Airways Public Ltd

    Airline

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    Posted in: Advisory Board

    Sener Shipping

    Shipping Company

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    Posted in: Advisory Board

    Aena

    Airport Operator

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    Posted in: Advisory Board

    SASEMAR/Centro Jovellanos

    Maritime Safety Research and Training Centre

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    Posted in: Advisory Board

    Zodiac Shipping

    Shipping Agency

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    SEAHORSE Newsletter Issue 1

    You can now find our first newsletter from here.

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    SEAHORSE brochure and the first public workshop

    The SEAHORSE brochure is now available.

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    ISTANBUL TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY / MARITIME FACULTY

    ITU / TR
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    KRATIS TRAINING AND CONSULTING LTD

    KTC / CY
    Posted in: Consortium

    AP&A Ltd

    APA / GR/UK
    Posted in: Consortium

    ESM

    ESM / ES
    Posted in: Consortium

    TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

    TCD / IRL
    Posted in: Consortium

    KAHN SCHEEPVAART BV

    KAHN / NL
    Posted in: Consortium

    DANAOS SHIPPING

    DAN / CY
    Posted in: Consortium

    CALMAC FERRIES LTD

    CAL / UK
    Posted in: Consortium

    SATAKUNTA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES / MARITIME FACULTY

    SAMK / FI
    Posted in: Consortium

    LLOYD’S REGISTER EMEA

    LR / UK
    Posted in: Consortium

    DEEPBLUE

    DBL / IT
    Posted in: Consortium

    TNO

    TNO/NL
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    STRATHCLYDE UNIVERSITY

    SU / UK
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    WP7 - Awareness, Training and Dissemination

    The main aim of the WP7 is to ensure that the project concepts and outputs reach the appropriate stakeholders and end-users as well as to develop necessary training modules to achieve superior acceptance of SEAHORSE outputs by the maritime transport sector.

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    WP6 - Full Scale Testing and Validation of Model

    The main aim of WP6 is to ensure the quality and the validity of the innovative outputs of the SEAHORSE project as well as to measure the potential improvements through their application to the maritime transport sector.

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    WP5 - Development of Multi-Level Resilience Model for Maritime Transport

    The main aim of the WP5 is to develop an innovative "SEAHORSE Multi-Level Resilience Model" for maritime transport together with the virtual platform which integrates all the developed tools. This will incorporate multi levels and abilities, define operational demands on transport systems and resilience resources that may be applied and performance outcomes, including how to measure them.

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    WP4 - Development of Smart Shortcut Methodology in Maritime Transport

    The main aim of WP4 is to create a bespoke "SEAHORSE Smart Shortcut Methodology" for capturing and assessing the practice of taking shortcuts as well as the potential positive and negative outcomes of the taking such shortcuts.

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    WP 3 - Scope of Transfer and Implementation Strategy

    The main aim of WP3 is to identify existing aeronautical resilience resources (solutions) utilising the operational demands (i.e. user needs) defined in WP2 and to develop an "implementation strategy" in order to adapt the identified (feasible) existing resilience resources to maritime transport.

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    WP2 - Sector Profiling: User Needs

    Therefore, the main aim of the WP2 is to study the characteristics of air &maritime transport and to conduct a comparative study which will identify the operational demands (i.e. user needs) for the technology transfer.

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    WP 1 - Coordination and Management

    The main aim of WP1 is to manage the SEAHORSE project, ensuring that the project objectives and deadlines are adhered to, to the full satisfaction of all the partners and of the EU (Project Officer).

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    Welcome to SEAHORSE - 20 December 2013

    SEAHORSE webpage is currently under development. This web page is our temporary webpage and soon will be renewed with the new version.

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    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.

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    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.

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