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Living with Zero Tolerance


Venue: IMarEST Headquarters, London

“Living with zero tolerance - a challenge for marine scientists and engineers” is the subject of the IMarEST Second Lord Kelvin Lecture.

Despite the fact that maritime operations have become safer and cleaner, the maritime industry still faces pressures to improve its performance, as well as offering very efficient and effective transportation. Marine scientists and engineers face a challenge as a result of the 'zero tolerance' to maritime accidents and pollution incidents demanded by society.

Delivering the Lecture, Vaughan Pomeroy, Technical Director, Marine Business, Lloyd's Register will reflect on his experience gained from nearly thirty years with the organisation, where he has taken a keen interest in the lessons that can be learned from accidents and incidents, to produce an insight into these challenges.


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