Event Date/Time: Jan 26, 2010 End Date/Time: Jan 27, 2010
Early Registration Date: Nov 15, 2009
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Learn from the experiences of the latest attacks in the Gulf of Aden, Straits of Malacca and Singapore and investigate what is being done to enhance safety and security in these regions
Examine Best Management Practice to gain latest techniques to discourage attacks and ensure early identification of suspect vessels
Hear latest support available and up to the minute briefing from the Naval Forces
Manage the human elements in a kidnap and ransom negotiations
Implement effective emergency planning and analyse kidnap and ransom strategies
Examine ATALANTA’s Vulnerable Shipping Assessment and Group Transit System
Latest techniques in conducting effective and accurate risk assessments
Join International Maritime Experts From:
Fleet Management, Hong Kong
Anglo Eastern Group
Shipping Australia
Hong Kong Shipowners Association
Hong Kong Marine Department
Department of Foreign Affairs, Indonesia
US Navy, Combined Maritime Forces
Office of the Inspector of Transport Security, Australia
ST Education & Training, Singapore
Centre for International Law, University of Singapore
ISS, Singapore
Ince & Co
US Coast Guard British Marine, India
International Maritime Bureau
Clipper Projects AS, Denmark


Hear what delegates from April’s conference said:


"MARSEQ has done a marvellous and impressive job in the entire range from preparation to execution organising and assembling an absolutely superb and relevant roster of speakers. Many thanks! Good Show!"
Thomas Weik, DNV
"An excellent event. Well done."
Owen Doherty, MARAD

"I am confident that the audience went away fully informed on the problems, the current situation and emerging solutions. Many thanks for an informative and enjoyable event."
Peter Hinchliffe, previous Chairman at Combating Piracy,
Marine Director, International Chamber of Shipping