Date for Diary: MRA-Hosted Seminar 'Navigating in US Waters'

MarineLink.com
Friday, August 23, 2013

The Marine Response Alliance (MRA) will host an OPA 90 regulatory Seminar entitled, “Navigating US Waters”, on September 4th in Hamburg, Germany at Le Meridien hotel.

The afternoon seminar will bring speakers from different sects of the industry and around the world together providing their different perspectives on handling salvage incidents in the U.S.

Speakers are expected from  the USCG, State Authorities, QI, Underwriters, Operators, P&I Clubs and more, including so far:
Charles Anderson - The Skuld, 

Lindsay Malen - MRA
Captain
Dennis Brand - Titan Salvage
Timothy Gerland - Hudson Marine

H.-C. Enge Lampe & Schwartze
 - United States Coast Guard VRP

The industry will have the chance to discuss compliance regarding OPA 90 regulatory changes as well as abiding to current regulations in place.

The seminar will start promptly at 1:30pm and will conclude at 5:30pm allowing for networking opportunities, cocktails, and hor d’ouvres until 7:30pm.

For more information visit: http://marineresponsealliance.eventbrite.com/
 

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