IMO Secretary-General Efthimios E. Mitropoulos: “Seafarers deserve respect and recognition: let us resolve, during 2010, to ensure that this message is trumpeted loud and clear.
Nautical Institute West of Scotland Branch presents a one-day seminar
“2010 Year of the Seafarer” – Challenges and Opportunities
Friday 21st May 2010
0900 – 1630 hrs
Venue: The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour
100 Stobcross Road,Glasgow, G3 8QQ
Captain Jasprit Chawla – V.Ships – Hebei Spirit Story; Seafarer Criminalisation at the sharp end.
Matt Dunlop – V.Ships – Ship manager perspective on Criminalisation of Seafarers. What have we learned?
Kuba Szymanski FNI– Secretary General, InterManager – The Maritime Community Response to Criminalisation
Philip Wake FNI– Chief Executive, The Nautical Institute – Similar cases, different approaches.
Professor Helen Sampson – Director, SIRC – Welfare at Sea.
Paul Moloney – Asst General Secretary – Nautilus– Is MLC 2006 the seafarers’ saviour?
Cdre David Squire FNI – Chairman MNTB – MNTB updates and Ambassadors of the Sea programme.
Colin McMurray – Clyde Marine – Recruiting the Future
Seminar Fees: NI Members £40; non-members £60; cadets – Free
(Seminar Fee Includes: Lunch, Tea / Coffee / refreshments, WOSNI Souvenir and CPD certificate)
To register, contact Branch Secretary Capt. M. A. Shafique, e-mail:
(Tel: 07977704297) with your name, company (if applicable) and contact details.