UK P&I CLUB LIVE WEBINAR (Series 5): Practical aspects of Passage Planning and Bridge Resource Management_Part 1
About this webinar
This webinar has been split into two videos, the first recording contains the complete webinar in which Captain Anuj Velankar, Sr Loss Prevention Executive, dealt with the case study of the CMA CGM Libra, what can be learnt and the best practices to be followed. The second recording displays a special Q&A session that was carried out with Pilots.
In this first video Ansuman Ghosh, Director of Risk Assessment at the UK Club moderated the webinar where Capt Rachit Jain, MD Safe Lanes Consultants, provided an insightful talk on gaps found in passage planning and BRM during various audits and incident investigations.
This was followed by a useful Q&A session addressing the various questions of the viewers.
Both webinars were attended by a large segment of industry professionals and active seafarers. It is hoped that the various presentations, Q&A and also the unique opportunity to have Pilots in on the conversation would be appreciated by the audience.
For more information please get in touch with the UK Club Loss Prevention team who will be pleased to assist you.
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