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September 11, 2024

London - United Kingdom

11th Maritime Salvage & Casualty Response Conference

Following the success of previous editions, ACI is pleased to announce that the 11th Maritime Salvage & Casualty Response conference will be taking place on the 11th – 12th September 2024 in London, UK.

The focus of the program will be on the issues of greatest significance to risk managers and other insurance buyers, but it will also be highly relevant and important to casualty professionals throughout the insurance and reinsurance markets. The two day conference will once again bring together senior executives and experts from salvage companies, technology providers, P&I Clubs, law firms and global regulators to discuss the latest challenges and developments making an impact on the industry.

Key topics include:

Salvage & Casualty Response Case Studies

Integrating ESG Principles in Salvage Operations

Regulatory, Commercial, and Practical Challenges in Ship Recycling and General Waste Management

Managing Mental Health in Post-Casualty Emergency Response: Exploring Psychological Factors

Lithium-ion batteries: Fire Risks and Loss Prevention Measures in Shipping

Next Generation Fuels – the Future of Emergency Response

Trends in Next-Generation Tugs: Focus on Firefighting Preparedness

Anticipated Crew Considerations, Diversity, and the Changing Role of the Designated Person Ashore

Contact:

Salil Kanwar

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