Webinar [RECAP]: Defining Resilience in the Maritime Industry
The webinar focused on the following topics:
- How the resilience of your team can help cope with the uncertainties
- The importance of a resilient seafarer onboard
- Real-life scenarios and examples of the resilience in the maritime industry
- Ways to ensure that you and your employees are prepared for a crisis in the future
This webinar is ideal for:
- Business Owners
- Managing Directors
- HR Managers
- Crewing Managers
- Training Managers
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Global Sales Leader, Safebridge
Emmanolia Kolias is the acting Global Sales Leader of Safebridge. Having worked in various leadership positions alongside other industry leaders she has developed strong experience and understanding of her field. She is a proud member of WISTA (Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association) and is an active advocate for diversity, training and development within the workplace.
Operations Manager, Safebridge
Charles Assimakopoulos is part of the Top Management Team of Safebridge, responsible for overseeing the company’s ongoing operations, procedures and resources. He has more than 15 years of experience in the maritime industry, previously worked as a technical manager and director in various international maritime organisations.
SafeMetrix Product Expert, Safebridge
Maria Synnou is the Product Expert of SafeMetrix. She coordinates the research and development initiatives, related to Safemetrix, both internally and externally, ensuring that the products are based on thorough and reliable data and follow best practices. Maria Synnou holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology.
myCert Product Manager, Safebridge
Razvan Braghesiu has more than six years of experience in the maritime industry – both at sea and onshore. Previously worked as a Deck Officer on board of ultra-large container ships and a leader of the content development team of Safebridge. Currently, he is responsible for defining, designing, and developing online certification products that meet the needs of the maritime industry.