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Nominations for Ship Safety Awards

      6/13/2005

Nominations for Ship Safety Awards

The annual RINA-LR Ship Safety Awards recognise the contribution which individuals or organisations have made to the improvement of safety at sea, or which have the potential to do so. Individuals or teams from universities and industry, from any country may submit entries. They may cover any aspect of safety, including design, construction, research, equipment or operations. There are separate categories for individuals and teams. An Award of £1,500 is made in each of the categories and will be presented at the 2006 RINA Annual Dinner.

Nominations may also be made by anyone who is aware of recent work by an individual, university, company or organisation which has, or could lead to an improvement in safety at sea. The nomination should include brief details of the achievement. The nominated university, company or organisation will then be invited to submit an entry. An individualís contribution may have been carried out over a period of years, although in-service products should have been introduced more recently.

Mr. Giuseppe Gigantesco, Director of Professional Affairs (RINA)
 

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