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MAERSK: Staying safe out at sea - a message from our seafarers


published on 8 September 2022 15 -

Found on YouTube. Created by "Maersk". Originally published on 2022-09-05.
A special message from our seafarers👷🏽‍♂️👇🏽 Last week, we marked our annual Global Safety Day with the theme 'We Learn and Adapt'.

In our industry, hazards are a normal part of operations and we constantly work to identify the safety risks before anything happens and put in place safeguards to ensure that even if something goes wrong, it does not lead to severe injury.

Safety procedures on board our vessels ensure that our seafarers protect themselves and their colleagues while on route delivering cargo across the world🌍

#Safety #Message #LifeAtSea #Seafarer #Ocean #Transport #Supplychain #SeafarersAreKeyWorkers #Maersk #alltheway
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