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This first session will focus on 'Vessel tracking & monitoring: Optimise your fleet and minimise carbon emissions with vessel tracking and monitoring technology.' Join our panel of experts to learn how the latest technology can help you monitor and reduce both fuel consumption and harmful emissions.
In assocation with The Workboat Association
UK Harbour Masters Association
UK Maritime Pilots Association
Society of Maritime Industries
The sessions will feature expert panels providing insight on the practical steps businesses can take towards decarbonisation compliance in the marine civils industry - looking at ways to deliver cost effective solutions and reduce harmful carbon emissions.
This first session in the series will focus on the benefits of HVO fuels.
Supported by Construction Plant-hire Association
The OXE Diesel Outboard is the perfect outboard for your vessel to reach the remotest of places; as diesel is more widely available and can be acquired in the hardest to reach locations. Not only is diesel more accessible but less flammable than petrol outboards. Diesel produces less carbon dioxide, runs more efficiently than petrol. Diesel-powered outboards are an alternative for those who are doing all they can to reduce their carbon footprint. Find out more by watching this brief video, which explains why the OXE is the perfect solution for you. For more information on the OXE range of diesel outboards, please speak to Simon Barnett at Proteum, Simon.Barnett@Proteum.co.uk or call 07970116437 Visit: www.proteum.co.uk to discover the variety of marine products and services they offer.
Supported by SMI
Join the British Tug Owners Association and Workboat Association as they explore improving MOB recovery from Small Commercial Vessels.
Learn from some of the industry’s Operations and Safety leaders along with expert guests as they discuss, from experience, the key challenges and opportunities to the successful recovery of a person from the water. Topics to be discussed include: practicality; preparations; equipment; manning/training; suitability; and some of the key messages.
The session will also include the launch or a new ‘joint’ safety poster campaign.
This session is open to Members and non-Members.