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Summary
Can a vessel operator completely reshape its safety culture? At BC Ferries time loss injuries have been cut in half. Serious injuries have been reduced by two-thirds. Annual insurance claims costs have been reduced by over three-quarters. This is a story that every maritime CEO, safety officer and training officer needs to know. Read the full blog post here.


“We have come a long way for sure and after nine weeks this year our time loss injuries are down 47 percent compared to last year. ”

Walter Stasiuk. Manager, Safety Administration. BC Ferries

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News Article from Maritime Training Issues: Summary Can a vessel operator completely reshape its safety culture? At BC Ferries time loss injuries have been cut in half. Serious [&h »

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