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Project Update: SEAHORSEwins prestigious RINA-LR Maritime Safety Award

The SEAHORSE project consortium has received the prestigious RINA-LR Maritime Safety Award, which was presented at the Royal Institution of Naval Architects’ (RINA, UK) annual dinner on 27th of April 2017. The award was presented by Tom Broadley, the EVP of Lloyds Register & the President of the Institution of Naval Architects and Joanna Pohorski, UK & Ireland Area Manager at Lloyd’s Register.

The SEAHORSE project, of which TCD is a consortium member, was an EU funded maritime safety project, focusing on human factors and organisational issues. The project was completed in November 2016 and used Resilience Engineering principles to transfer best practice methodologies from the aviation transport sector to maritime transport in an effective, collaborative and innovative manner.

Dr. Paul Liston, of the Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS) was the Principal Investigator for TCD, developed a systemic and systematic methodology for transferring learning and innovation across sectors. Read the full press release here.


Last updated 24 July 2017