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With many serving seafarers well beyond the terms of their original contracts – separated from the support systems of friends and family – mental health support is now more important than ever.

We assembled a team of experts from across the maritime industry to discuss one of the most pressing challenges the shipping sector faces in the continuing Covid-19 crisis – the welfare and mental health of seafarers. 

During a one-hour live webinar on 21st September 2020 panellists from North P&I, Thome Group, Future Care and Navigate Response discussed the mental health challenges faced today by those serving at sea.

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Novel Coronavirus – rarely, if ever, has a single cause had such a dramatic and widespread impact.

However, while the impacts have been felt in almost every country, they have been far from uniform. Region by region, audience by audience the impacts of the pandemic and how they’ve been reported have varied significantly.

Navigate Response operates one of the strongest global networks specialising in crisis communications and through these unprecedented times we’ve been helping our clients to communicate in every corner of the globe from Lagos to São Paulo and from Genoa to Singapore.

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Or how to manage crisis communication in the midst of an epidemic.

Every crisis has an end. The current coronavirus pandemic will have its own. It'll be the fourth Phase with a return to normalcy for just about everything except the economy.

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“Events dear boy, events,” the phrase attributed to British Prime Minister, Harold MacMillan in the 1960s to describe the reason the government was blown off course. But seismic events that rock the economy – or the slow onset crawl towards them – in news saturation are rare.

If Boris wanted his Churchillian crisis, he is now staring down the barrel at one.

 

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