LES COLLOQUES

Centenaire du Titanic

The Ecole Nationale Supérieure Maritime (ENSM), which trains mainly merchant navy officers, organises half a day of conferences on maritime safety, on 13th December 2012, on the Nantes campus

Following Awa Sam-Lefebvre initiative, teacher-researcher in maritime safety and security, within ENSM’s safety and security department managed by Emmanuel Corné, some teachers from Nantes-CDMO University, from ENSAM and from ENSM will wonder what lessons to learn for the history of maritime safety, hundred years after the sinking of the Titanic ?

The morning session will be organized around six speeches :

  • Looking back on the great catastrophes in the carriage of passengers and their technical answers in the SOLAS convention, by Dominique Guiziou, ENSM teacher.
  • The current textual framework of « crew management »: ISM, ISPS, MLC 2006 OIT, safety training, par Patrick Chaumette, professor at Nantes-CDMO University.
  • The IMO and the intensification of maritime safety, by Hélène Chalain, Doctor of Law, Nantes-CDMO University.
  • The IMO and the intensification of maritime safety, by Hélène Chalain, Doctor of Law, Nantes-CDMO University.
  • Has the government’s strategy to deal with maritime safety issues evolved? by Amaury Meullenaere, ENSAM teacher.
  • Forecasts on safety at sea, by Martin Ndende, teacher at Nantes-CDMO University.

The colloquium will be opened by Philippe Roquet,. Marc Chapalain will close the meeting.
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