4th Annual Tristar ‘Safety at Sea’ Conference

Reinforcing the well-being of seafarers

Date: 22nd November 2022 | Time: 10:30 AM – 06:00 PM | One & Only Royal Mirage

22nd November 2022

10:00 am – 6:00 pm

One & Only Royal Mirage

General Information

Under the patronage of the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, Tristar Group will host its 4th annual ‘Safety at Sea’ conference in Dubai on November 22 2022. The event will be attended by senior government officials, prominent leaders of the regional maritime industry, and representatives from numerous maritime organizations, in addition to seafarers.

The conference launched by the Maritime Logistics division of Tristar will continue to draw industry and global attention to the importance of the well-being of workers at sea such as their physical and mental health. The inaugural conference was held in Dubai on November 10, 2019, and was attended by more than 150 decision-makers and senior officials from the maritime industry and watched remotely by over 500 seafarers.


10:30 – Registration & Welcome Tea / Coffee
10:45 – Safety Briefing
10:55 – Welcome Address
Eugene Mayne – CEO, Tristar Group
11:10 – Opening Remarks 1
Message to Seafarers by Mr. Kitack Lim, IMO Secretary General
11:20 – Opening Remarks 2
Message to Industry by H.E Hassan AlMansouri, Undersecretary of Infrastructure and Transport Affairs

11:30 – Session 1
Seafarers Happiness & Well-being

12:00 – Panel Discussion
Capt. Abduallah AlHayyas, Director of Maritime Transport Affairs

12:40 – Session 2
Mission Green:
Understanding Decarbonization
Carbon Exchange / Offset
Green & Clean Fuels
Hydrogen Market
Engr. Nawal AlHanaee, Director of Future Energy Department, MOEI

13:40 – 14:40 – Lunch & Networking Break

14:40 – Session 3
Road Map to EEXI & CII Management

16:45 – Session 4
Artificial Intellegence on board
Dr. Capt. Ahmed Yousef, Associate Dean of Maritime
Transport Technology, AASTS

17:50 – Closing Remarks
Chris Peters – CEO, Tristar Maritime

18:00   Cocktail and Reception

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