Steamship films nominated for Award

July 2020

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Films 4 COVID resized

We are delighted to report that Steamship Mutual has been nominated for the 2020 SAFETY4SEA Training Award for the series of coronavirus videos which offer guidance to seafarers. The SAFETY4SEA Training Award is to be awarded to any organisation that provided a significant achievement or breakthrough or significant contribution in any aspect of maritime training.

Voting for the award is underway and you can register your vote here 

So far there are 4 films in the Steamship Mutual Coronavirus series:

Coronavirus – Stay Safe on Board
Coronavirus – Mental Resilience on Board
Coronavirus – Protection on Board
Coronavirus – Crew Change

All films can be viewed and downloaded from the Steamship Mutual website where you will also find links to subtitled versions in Korean, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese and Tagalog.

Steamship Managing Director and Head of Loss Prevention Chris Adams said “The aim of the films is to provide practical information quickly to seafarers and shipping companies. Seafarers are critical to maintaining the flow of world trade and their well-being is an issue of paramount importance. It is an honour to be nominated for this award.”

The films were produced by Marine Media Enterprises with the support and assistance of Columbia Ship Management, Cyprus Port Authority, Cyprus Shipping Chamber, Anglo Eastern Ship Management, Lavar Shipping, Singapore Shipping Association, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement, Petronav Ship Management, The International Chamber of Shipping, The Nautical Institute, MCTC Marine Ltd, Seaworld Management and Steamship Mutual.

Voting is open until Friday 4 September 2020 and votes can be registered here