Industry leaders to explore seafarer welfare and safety in the digital age and how to put policies into practice
Latest Seafarers Happiness Index from The Mission to Seafarers shows decrease in positivity and satisfaction among those working at sea
A wide-ranging study by Yale University – commissioned by the ITF Seafarers Trust – has found dangerously high levels of mental stress among seafarers, and recommended how it can be reduced.
Mental health awareness should be made a core component of first aid seafarer training, according to Captain Rajesh Unni, CEO and Founder of leading shipmanager Synergy Group.
A new training course will provide management-level personnel on shore and on board ships with an introduction to mental health awareness.
ISWAN’s second self-help guide for seafarers, Psychological Wellbeing at Sea, is now available in five additional languages.
A recent study published by the maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society and Yale University found that 26% of seafarers said they had felt ‘down, depressed or hopeless’.
A new crew connectivity report reveals the impact on seafarers of being away at sea for months at a time with little or no internet access.
The Mission to Seafarers today published the latest of its ongoing Seafarer Happiness Index reports, which revealed a growing link between onboard connectivity and seafarer happiness levels.