Events & Press releases

The Maritime Executive //

Columbia Shipmanagement (CSM) has taken the issue of seafarer care to a new level with the introduction of a series of initiatives that will promote their health, fitness and well-being to a standard not yet seen in the shipmanagement sector....

XD Xinde Marine News //

Under the global COVID-19 this year, crew change has been severely affected which has led to worldwide attention on the mental health of the crew attracts. Anxiety, social isolation, pressure of work and disturbed sleep, can negatively impact crews' mental health....

TradeWinds //

Mark O'Neil explains why the shipmanager has a moral duty to deal with the mental health of seafarers

Author: Gary Dixon, London

TANKER Operator //

Columbia Shipmanagement is providing seafarers and office staff with access to a remote counselling service - and also recognising the importance that good technical management, and good social life onboard, can have to how seafarers feel in these difficult times.

TradeWinds //

New schemes are being developed to help seafarers cope with feelings of anger, frustration, anxiety and depression

Author: Adam Corbett, London

Ship Management International //

To coincide with World Mental Health Day tomorrow (10th October), Mental Health Support & Solutions (MHSS), specialists in providing mental health support and guidance to the maritime sector, is urging the industry to tackle fake news because of its effects on seafarers’ mental health... //

Fake news and misinformation about the impact of Covid-19, exacerbated by social media usage, could be seriously impacting seafarers’ mental health and the industry needs to tackle the root cause before it gets much worse...

Ship Management International //

With human error being one of the biggest causes of accidents on vessels, key shipping thought leaders will debate how ship managers, owners and operators can future proof their businesses to provide consistent and continuous competency training and clearly defined career development paths for seafarers in the post-COVID era.

Stuart Ostrow (President ShipMoney), Capt Fradi Faouzi (Group Director Training at Columbia Shipmanagement), Raal Harris (Group Creative Director, Ocean Technologies Group), Henrik Jensen (Managing Director Danica Maritime Services), Christian Ioannou (Managing Director MCTC), Charles Watkins (Clinical Psychologist, Mental Health Support Solutions)

Moderated by: Sean Moloney (Managing Director, Elaborate Communications)

Working remotely from home or spending longer times at sea is challenging. And uncertainty about restrictions implemented during the COVID-19 outbreak add even more stress to the new situation. New questions will arise as we slowly get used to the office environment once again. Now, three protective factors are significant in determining strong and healthy resilience: high levels of confidence in your own abilities, disciplined routines for your work, and family and social support...

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