- Develop policies and plans to eliminate bullying and harassment onboard ships.
- Ensure it's everyone's responsibility to be respectful and actively participate in a work environment.
- Stay attentive and sensitive to staff feedback and complaints.
Useful information for companies & operators on how best to devise and implement mental health policies and practices that promote and protect positive mental health shore-side and on-board.
Information for companies & operators to develop a traumatic stress management policy or guideline.
Information for companies & operators, shore & onboard management, on causes of fatigue and guidance on good practices to prevent and manage fatigue.
Simple information for companies & operators on the causes, consequences and management of fatigue. Primarily aimed at managers /operators of Australian regulated vessels but can be applied by all.
Research shows that safe and well-motivated teams are happier and more productive – and we all have a role to play in making sure incidents are reduced and everyone feels that they are being looked after at work.
The Maritime wellbeing website below has a wealth of information on how leaders and individual team members can take steps to improve physical and mental wellbeing.
The more our industry collaborates, the greater our chances of achieving our vision of an incident free industry. Incident and near miss data is critical to our ability to learn, and sharing data across our industry is how we will truly make a difference.
We have worked together with HiLo Risk Management to support development of a free to use, anonymous data platform.
The 9 Golden Safety Rules focus on the work areas known to have a significant impact on safety in the maritime industry – from fall prevention and spotting hazards to hotwork and navigation.
Taking each area in turn, the rules highlight the key issues involved and give operators a series of Dos and Don’ts that can be shared with employees to promote safer working practices.