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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.

    The first public SEAHORSE workshop, London.

    The first public SEAHORSE workshop "Human Factors in Shipping Safety - Can We Learn from the Aviation Industry?". The workshop will be held on Wednesday 12 November 2014 at Lloyd’s Register’s London office. (Address: Lloyd’s Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS, United Kingdom)

    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). 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 to our official email account (info@seahorseproject.eu), as early as possible. We look forward to seeing you in London 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.

    Provisional Agenda 

    Wednesday 12 November 2014

    Venue: Auditorium, Lloyd’s Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, EC3M 4BS, London.

    Time Item


    Registration, Welcome Coffee/Tea


    Welcome Address

    Ivy Fang, Lloyd’s Register


    SEAHORSE Introduction

    Speaker: Prof. Osman Turan, University of Strathclyde, UK


    Challenges in the Maritime Industry

    Speaker: Hans Goudswaard, Jumbo

    Speaker: (to be confirmed), CalMac

    Speaker: Takis Varelas, Danaos


    SEAHORSE Transfer Methodology (Identification)

    Speaker: Dr. Paul Liston, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland


    Coffee Break         


    SEAHORSE Transfer Methodology (Adaptation)

              -Covering final selected solutions

    Speaker: Sara Silvagni  and Marco Ducci, Deep Blue, Italy


    Aviation experience of utilising identified solutions and challenges they’ve addressed

              -Lessons learned and implementation tips

    Speaker: Captain Andreas A. Georgiou, Cyprus Airways

    Speaker: Solonas Demosthenous,  Kratis


    Lunch and Networking


    Feedback session

              -Anticipated benefits

              -Issues of implementation

              -Share experience


    Dr. Paul Liston, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

    Sara Silvagni, Deep Blue, Italy


    Coffee Break


    Smart Procedure Analysis

    Speaker: Rafet Emek Kurt, University of Strathclyde, UK


    How to Create Resilience for the Maritime Industry and Future Steps

    Speaker: Prof. Jan Maarten Schraagen, TNO, Netherlands


    Open Floor Discussion

              -Review and comment topics discussed throughout the day

              -Consolidate key discussion points

    Chair: to be confirmed


    Closing Remarks

    Prof. Osman Turan, University of Strathclyde, UK

    Please find the pdf version of the First Public Workshop Invitation Letter below:

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