Small Craft Surveyors Forum to meet at Seawork in July

On Wednesday 4th July, the Small Craft Surveyors Forum will present their annual seminar at the Seawork show in Southampton from 13.30 in Conference Room 2.
On Wednesday 4th July, the Small Craft Surveyors Forum will present their annual seminar at the Seawork show in Southampton from 13.30 in Conference Room 2.

On Wednesday 4th July, the Small Craft Surveyors Forum will present their annual seminar at the Seawork show in Southampton from 13.30 in Conference Room 2. This is a free to attend event and anyone is welcome to sit in and listen, but please register your place – see below.

The programme for the afternoon is as follows:
13.30 Introduction by Trevor Blakeley (CEO RINA)
13.40 Challenges for 24m and mini ISM Code vessel surveyors by Richard Franklin, Braemar Yacht Services
14.30 Tonnage Measurement. Calculating Load Line Length, breaks and depth by Paul Johnston, Euro Marine Surveys
15.15 Tea/coffee break
15.30 The importance of maintaining and extending your knowledge and skills as a marine surveyor
A panel chaired by Mike Schwarz (IIMS CEO), comprising Nick Gladwell (SCMS – workboats); Hugo Morgan-Harris (YDSA/IIMS – sailing yachts) and Richard Linford (Mecal – mentoring) – will look at and discuss some of the issues the associations experience, and will invite delegates to put forward views from their perspective. Questions submitted beforehand will be welcome.
16.15 Conclusion and Close

The seminar is free to attend but please click here to reserve your place so the organisers have numbers for H&S, chairs and catering.

The Small Craft Surveyors Forum is made up of RINA, IMarEST, IIMS, SCMS, NI, YDSA.

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