Events & Press releases

Hellenic Shipping News //

The maritime sector should invest more in supporting the mental health of its seafarers as ships’ crews contend with mounting anxiety

The Seafarer Times //

The impact of Covid-19 crew change crisis on the mental health of seafarers has resulted in alarming consequences.

Lloyd's List //

Asian and Eastern European crews suffered most from burnout and depression in the study period between December 2020 and February 2021.

MARINE Professional //

We need to understand the scale of the problem of mental health at sea, offer solutions and support – and take action to help struggling seafarers.

TradeWinds //

Addressing crews' psychological and emotional well-being should be viewed as an investment, not a cost

TradeWinds //

Concern about seafarers’ mental health has been significantly boosted by the pressures they have been under during the crew-change crisis, but there is still a long way to go.

qCaptain //

Mental health problems among seafarers are getting worse, not better, with an industry report citing an increase in requests for counseling support from ships’ Masters.

Ship Management International //

Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) is delighted to announce it has become a signatory of Maritime UK’s (MUK) ‘Mental Health in Maritime Pledge’.

Seatrade Maritime News //

Data from Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) showed a growth in mental health problems among seafarers in a three-month period to the end of February

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