Mark Your Calendar for April 12th-13th – Passenger Ship Safety 2016 Comes to Southampton, the UK!
30 Mar 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – As a media partner of The Development Network, TD The Market Publishers Ltd. is really happy to inform you about the Passenger Ship Safety 2016 (PSS 16) conference, which is scheduled for April 12th-13th, 2016 and will be held at the marvelous 4-star Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton (the UK).
Market Publishers is honored to invite you to take part in Passenger Ship Safety 2016! Grab a great opportunity to communicate and network with top ship operators and owners, coast guards, regulatory bodies, search and rescue organisations, flag state representatives, marine fire units and leading industry representatives from over the world!
Constantly rising level of sea traffic together with the introduction of considerably larger vessels brought the issues regarding severity and consequences of ship incidents to sharp focus. Encouraged by the success of Naval Damage Control portfolio of previous events, Passenger Ship Safety 2016 will be devoted to discussion of a wide range of issues shaping the development of naval industry including fire risks, power losses, flooding, technological innovations, response, personal safety and many other.
This two-day conference will become a uniting international platform, which will gather numerous naval industry players to discuss such topics as innovations in life saving equipment, planned legislative changes, ways of effective emergency response, methods of fire detection and prevention, role of collaboration between response agencies, necessity of crew training, ways to meet safety requirements and many other important issues.
Passenger Ship Safety 2016 (PSS 16)
Date: April 12-13, 2016
Location: magnificent Grand Harbour Hotel, Southampton, the UK
A full agenda of Passenger Ship Safety 2016 (PSS 16) is available here. You are welcome to apply for participation in advance, as little time left to the Event! Participate in PSS 16 and you will never regret it!