Salvage Conference Set for November

Wednesday, February 09, 2005
The 2005 National Maritime Salvage Conference, sponsored by the American Salvage Association (ASA), is scheduled to take place November 1-3, 2005 in New Orleans, LA. The first day, Tuesday, November 1, will offer a training seminar focusing on marine salvage, wreck removal, and harbor clearance operations as they relate to port security. The conference program for Wednesday, November 2 and Thursday, November 3, 2005 will include a discussion of Maritime Security, Wreck Removal, Harbor Clearance, Firefighting Contracting, U.S. Salvage Regulations and the International View of the Salvage Industry, Incident Command Structure (ICS), Responder Immunity, Salvage and the Environment, Places of Refuge, Training and Safety, and more. "The National Maritime Salvage Conference 2005 will offer guidance to representatives of the maritime community, including governmental representatives, ship-owners, underwriters, attorneys and salvors alike, on matters concerning salvage regulations, salvage plans and training, environmental protection, port security and wreck removal," said Richard Fairbanks, President of the American Salvage Association. "For anyone in the U.S. and international maritime salvage community, mark your calendars now for this not-to-be missed conference in 2005!" he continued. For more information visit www.americansalvage.org

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