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Maritime Lounge: Unknown Risks - Uncountable Impact

Maritime security is a complicated issue that severely impacts the operations and the financial outcome of maritime projects. Learn more on this interesting topic at the Maritime Lounge with experts from the industry.

In the last decades, the industry has adapted to the reality of security threats, yet political and economic turmoil along with new technological advances increase the complexity of the problem and demand more sophisticated approached from all actors involved along the maritime chains.
How can companies prepare for this issue? Are all the possible risks and threats identified? Is the impact of an incident of poor decision-making affordable? Are there any solutions available?

We herewith kindly invite you to the HSBA e-maritime event with the support of the SKULD, LISCR, DNV GL, University of Greenwich, and DIB on the topic:

Unknown Risks - Uncountable Impact; Experts Unveil Maritime Security
Wednesday, 30 November 2016, 6- 8 pm
Audimax, HKIC Handelskammer InnovationsCampus, Adolphsplatz 6, 20457 Hamburg

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Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas will moderate the discussion.

Before the event you are kindly invited to forward questions you would like to be considered for the discussion to registration(at)hsba.de.

After the panel discussion guests have the opportunity to discuss and ask further questions during a small get-together.

The participation to this event is free. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Of course you may forward this invitation to interested colleagues and friends.

Information for Bachelor students: As this event is part of the electives (General Studies), you will receive 0.08 credits towards your degree.

We look forward to welcoming you and thank the VDR and SPNH for their support of this event!

Please register for the event with the registration form below.

Teilnahmeinformationen

Preis Kostenlos

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