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NMCI to host the 67th International IASST Meeting & Conference

Posted: June 11, 2015

 

The National Maritime College of Ireland, as members of IASST, are delighted to announce that they will be hosting the 67th International IASST Meeting & Conference on the 19th to 20th of October 2015 at the National Maritime College of Ireland in Ringaskiddy

Registration for the conference, which is open to non IASST members is now live over on the IASST Website by clicking here and full details on the Conference agenda can be found by clicking here.

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So who are the IASST?

The IASST is an association of safety and survival training organizations whose mission is: To facilitate the exchange of information on matters relating to safety in the maritime environment and to promote continuous improvement in safety and survival training internationally. The IASST aims to improve safety and survival training by sharing of best practice information between its members. 

Within the Association there is a wide variety of expertise, which encompasses universities, nautical colleges and scientific institutions, as well as both privately and publicly owned safety training schools, professional organisations and manufacturers of all types of safety equipment.

 

New membership;

SEftec NMCI Offshore officially made the list to become a full member of the IASST recently and they couldn’t be more delighted. It is a privilege to be ranked among the top training centres in the world and to be part of an international organization whose mission is: “To facilitate the exchange of information on matters relating to safety in the maritime environment and to promote continuous improvement in safety and survival training internationally.”

Being part of this organization will enable SNO to further develop and strengthen their roots on an international level.  Check out IASST membership information over here.

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