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The world’s leading supplier of marine distress signals, WesCom Signal and Rescue announces it has been shortlisted for the prestigious, Best Crew Safety Development Programme Award, in this year’s Safety at Sea Awards 2018.
IHS Safety at Sea has a proud history of promoting safe and secure work practices within the commercial shipping industry. The awards recognise businesses which improve seafarer competence and risk management, with innovations and achievements in the fields of training, operations, equipment and services. The Best Crew Safety Development Programme Award specifically recognises standout programmes that develop seafarer skills and ensure crew comply with industry best practice and global regulation.
Chris Feibusch, Director of Global Marketing and Communications at WesCom Signal and Rescue, comments, “Safety is of paramount importance to our brand and we are thrilled to be shortlisted for this industry award. We work tirelessly to ensure safety at sea, which includes the training and education of our distributors, partners and suppliers. WesCom Signal and Rescue is renowned for the exceptional standard of our products globally, and to win this award would highlight the outstanding work and commitment of our team.”
The Safety at Sea Awards 2018 will be held on the 18th October 2018 at the Le Méridien Piccadilly Hotel, Mayfair, London. For more information about the Awards and to see the full list of shortlisted businesses, please visit: www.sasawards.com/shortlist.
WesCom Signal and Rescue is the world’s leading supplier of marine distress signals and is the parent company of Pains Wessex, Comet, Oroquieta and Aurora. Its brands have been helping to save lives for more than 100 years and are trusted for their reliability, high quality and consistent superiority by rescue services, navies, merchant ships and fishing fleets throughout the world.
For further information about WesCom Signal and Rescue, please visit: www.wescomsignal.com.