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Webinar on psychological safety, bullying and SASH in the maritime sector


published on 7 February 2022 9 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Northeast Maritime Institute". Originally published on 2022-02-04.
Join us for a discussion about psychological safety, bullying and SASH in the maritime sector. Participants include: Ann Till (Chief Vessel Operator, Ocean Infinity), Eric R. Dawicki (Northeast Maritime Institute & Dominica Maritime Administration), Eva Lianne Veldkamp (Northeast Maritime Institute & Dominica Maritime Administration), Jeanine Drummond (Principal Marine Advisor) and Jillian Carson-Jackson, M.Ed, FNI, FRIN (President, The Nautical Institute).
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published on 4 November 2020

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published on 28 January 2021

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published on 4 February 2022

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by Mike Wall, Baird Maritime - published on 11 December 2020

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published on 15 November 2021

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published on 20 October 2021

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published on 13 October 2020

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