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We’re excited to announce we’ve joined the Witt O’Brien’s family, a leading crisis and emergency management consulting firm in both the public and private sectors, based in the U.S..

Witt O’Brien’s, part of the SEACOR family of businesses, has been an innovator and leader in the maritime industry for 35 years, providing training and exercises, planning, regulatory compliance, communications, port security, Qualified Individual (QI), Incident Management Team (IMT) and Spill Management Team (SMT) services and supporting the owners and managers of more than 11,000 vessels.

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It’s late and your standing that red-eye watch. There’s a moderate breeze, with a sea state 4. Visibility is 1.5 nautical miles and a full moon lights the wisp of white horses. How could there possibly be an incident? 

Have you ever been called by a journalist? They usually only call when something’s gone wrong.

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I saw three ships, three kings… three titans of legislation, now in force appearing. That’s some epiphany dawning with the new decade.

Whilst many ship operators will be prepared for low sulphur fuel as IMO 2020 comes into force, there will be many others who aren’t.

Legislation is one thing, enforcement is quite another when left to individual states. Countries such as South Africa, Jamaica and much of the Caribbean lack domestic laws, whilst the UAE reportedly lacks any intention of robust enforcement from 1 January.

Meanwhile, the EU sets out an over-arching climate policy that aims to set stiffer limits, rules and subsidies across industries, including energy, construction, automobile, aviation …and maritime.

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Navigate Response, the global maritime crisis communication consultancy, announced today that Tom Adams has joined its expanding London team as a Crisis Response Manager.

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