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'Soft Skills' For the Maritime World

Crystal Salt

 Safety Just Culture is developed by nurturing an atmosphere of trust, where people are encouraged to provide essential safety-related information without fear of punishment and take accountability for performing their duties. 

Mutual Trust
Problem Solving
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Not working in Silos
Enthusiastic workforce
Timely Feedback
Honest & Proactive
Management Office
Collaboration between people and departments
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Personal Accountability
No fear of being Blamed
Walking extra miles
Ship Staff
Wathing each others back

What is culture?

Culture starts with what people do and how they do it. What people do may not differ dramatically, but high-performing organizations distinguish themselves in how they do it. This cumulative effect of what is done and how it is done ultimately determines an organization’s performance.

Culture is an unwritten rulebook that prevails as a common belief about what gets done, ‘how it is done, what works, what doesn’t, which rules must be followed, which ones can be overlooked

Why "Safety Culture"?

Safety is a matter of prime concern for the shipping industry as it is considered a high-risk industry, and working in this industry is recognized as one of the most dangerous occupations. 

Creating procedures, checklists, renewed vision, fancy mission & stated values, won’t make a difference unless it affects the collective thinking of the people, ie the culture of the organization. 

Safety needs to be deeply embedded in the culture of the organization and should be reflected in the attitudes, beliefs, perceptions, and values that employees share in relation to safety in the workplace. 

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Include a combination of following :
1. Class Room
2. Online
3. Hybrid

Our Training Methods

We help Ship-Management Companies Develop 
 "Safety Just Culture' 

It is estimated that between 75% to 96% of marine accidents can be attributed to human error.  

Human Error can be reduced significantly by developing a culture that nurtures trust & builds accountability!

Our program offers a unique opportunity to bring officers from the Ship & Shore on one platform and have discussions and brainstorming sessions to resolve their communication-related issues.

We help organizations repair and redefine their cultures with our ‘multi-pronged’ approach that includes coaching the top managers, delivering targetted workshops to overcome the behavioral limitations, and adopting smarter management practices.

Development of Safety culture  implies moving from ‘unthinking compliance’ to
'thinking self-regulation’ - IMO

Safety Just Culture

Leading in Maritime World

Effective Communication

Emotional Intelligence

Online Training Workshop

Our Training Proccess

We customise workshops & training programs as per the vision, mission, and goals of the organization. Our training process begins with a detailed understanding of Behavioural issues and gaps that are impacting the organization's performance and growth. We identify Social & Emotional Competencies required to accomplish the Key Performance Indicators and perform a detailed Gap analysis to determine development areas crucial for the organization's success. We then formulate mutually agreed upon goals, which are then broken into SMART objectives to develop training solutions customized towards the organization's needs. 


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Great leaders have the ability to identify the spark in others, they know how to ignite their passion and inspire them to do their best. Leadership is an art & science, it is an effective blend of strategy & behavioral science.

Good communication is the key to the successful operation of any ship; in this context, communication is about empowerment, inclusion, leadership and teamwork.” -Human element in shipping.

It requires a high level of Emotional Intelligence especially in people in leadership positions, to respond suitably when negative information is shared so that the sailing staff has the confidence to share sensitive information without fear. 

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