When new regulations present themselves, it's vital that those who’ll become affected gain a full understanding of the lengths to which they need to comply. This new course, written by a panel of leading experts in the field, can offer you the different perspectives, from the regulation side to the technical side, giving a more holistic overview of what is to come.
After 12 weeks, you’ll be given the tools to understand the rationale for the regulation, the importance of compliance, the options for compliance and the various technologies available to meet the regulations’ demands. It also looks at post-installation, and how shipping companies can use monitoring and auditing to ensure best practice.
When: 6th October 2020
Where: via Online Learning
Duration: 12 weeks, part-time
Ideal for: DPA, HSE Managers, Technical Superintendents, Port Captains, Marine Engineers, Master Mariners, Chief Officers, Administrators, Jurists, Terminal Operators, Legal Professionals, Surveyors
Dr Christodoulou-Varotsi is a legal and academic expert with an
international educational and professional background specialised in international maritime and EU law and policies. Focus on shipping regulations, including industry best practice, from the standpoint of maritime safety, marine environment protection and maritime labour standards. Qualified lawyer since 1995. Highly experienced law drafter. Course Director and industry trainer with Lloyd's Maritime Academy for many years. Currently involved with consulting work, legal education and training.
She has published many books, including 'Maritime Safety Law and Policies of the EU and the US: Antagonism or Synergy?' (Springer/Germany), and 'Marine Pollution Control: Legal & Managerial Frameworks' (Informa law from Routledge).
She has been included in the Woman of Influence List 2019 of MaritimeEconomies magazine (Liberty Press).
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