MOL holds safety conferences in Manila, Mumbai, Dubrovnik and Tokyo

2012 03 10

JAPAN's largest carrier Mitsui OSK. Lines (MOL) has held this year's set of Safety Conferences in Manila, Mumbai, Dubrovnik and Tokyo.

More than 210 seafarers, who were on leave, took part in the February conference in Manila, 100 participated in Mumbai, 130 attended the event in Dubrovnik, and 70 were on hand for the March 7 session in Tokyo.

The event opened with a message from company chairman Akimitsu Ashida, and president Koichi Muto was cited as saying: "Safe operation is key to winning credibility and trust from our customers in the severe business environment surrounding our company. Our goal is to become the world leader in safe operation, as stated in its mid-term management plan."

"To achieve this goal, I hope all seafarers on the front lines of safe operation will be motivated to further enhance the safety of the MOL group fleet," Mr Muto added.

The conferences focused on the main theme of "eradication of accidents resulting in injury or death," and safe vessel operations.

In addition to the Tokyo conference, 60 Japanese seafarers and office staff, including executive officer Masaaki Nemoto, who took part in a "hazard experience" training session that replicated various potential risks in onboard operations, and reaffirmed the group's commitment to accident-free operation.

Source Shipping Gazette - Daily Shipping News

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