US Port Access, P&I Assistance and Crisis Communications webinar

Apr 02 2020


We are pleased to announce the next in the Maritime London series of webinars on the impact of COVID-19 organised jointly with Members.

The US Port Access, P&I Assistance and Crisis Communications webinar will take place on Monday, 6 April 2020 at 14:30 GMT+01:00.



Four expert speakers will take a practical look at COVID-19 related issues facing ship managers and operators in US ports and around the world.



Free and open to all, the one hour live and interactive webinar will provide:

  • An update on COVID-19 from North America, including updated CDC and USCG guidance
  • The impact COVID-19 is having on seafarers and how P&I clubs are assisting their members globally
  • The media response to COVID-19 including global coverage patterns, communicating about suspected cases and managing non pandemic related incidents

 

Speakers:
Jos Standerwick CEO, Maritime London
Dustin Eno COO & Crisis Response Manager, Navigate Response
Ian Carter Associate Director, The London P&I Club
Sean Rock Associate Managing Director, Witt O'Brien's

 



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