Each year, Maritime Safety Week marks the UK government’s recognition of the excellent safety work that goes on across the maritime sector. Now in its third year, it provides a valuable opportunity to focus on specific safety challenges and what is being done to tackle them, as well as helping to share knowledge, experience and best practice and to deliver key safety messages.
As part of IMarEST’s two-week long virtual conference, BMT’s Phaedra Gibson, Head of Training Services, will be presenting on Humans and Autonomy and the future of the maritime workforce.
He joins BMT as the organisation pivots to capture a bigger portion of Australia’s vast and growing expenditure on defence. Strategic advice to strengthen BMT’s regional portfolio, as the business looks to expand its footprint in the defence and security industry, and multiply wins led by an influx of investment by multinationals/primes.
As part of our ongoing support for the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), we’ve been using 3D printers to help alleviate the shortage of safety equipment for front-line workers
BMT stands ready with Harland & Wolff and Navantia to offer a modern approach to the FSS program that will contribute to sovereign shipbuilding and prosperity for the United Kingdom for years to come.