Registration Desk is open from 7:00am–5:30pm
Morning Keynote Speakers:
Jennifer M. Lincoln, U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (Presentation slides).
Sandra Allnutt, International Marine Organization (IMO)
Session 1A – Weather and Fishing Safety
Session 1B – Understanding Injury in the Fishing Sector
Session 1C – Quick Takes: Short Talks on a Variety of Topics
Session 2A – Evaluating the Effects of Fisheries Management Measures on Risk-taking and Safety in Commercial Fishing: Efforts by the National Marine Fisheries Service
Session 2B – Tracking Injury in the Fishing Sector: Trends and Opportunities
Session 2C – Regional Approaches to Aquaculture and Seafood Processing
Session 2D – What’s Working (and Not Working) in Fishing Safety?
Session 3A – Policy and Regulation: Best Practices and Initiating Change
Session 3B – Regional Approaches to Fishing Safety 1
Session 3C – Seafood Processing, Hazards and Interventions
Session 3D – Utilizing an Industry-Led Integrated Approach to Advancing Safety, and Reducing Injuries, Illness & Fatalities in Commercial Fishing
Session 4B – Commercial Fishing and Processing Health and Safety Surveillance Informing Intervention Development
Session 4C – Safety and Health in Aquaculture: Policy and Practice
Session 4D – Prevention of Chronic Injury and Illness
Afternoon Keynote Speakers:
Mohamed Jeebhay, School of Public Health and Family Medicine and Department of Medicine at University of Cape Town (UCT), South Africa (Presentation slides).
Ingunn Marie Holmen, SINTEF Ocean and Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) (Presentation slides).
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