Safety at Sea’s pedestrian dynamics tool EVI™ is used by several universities worldwide as part of their teaching and research. The University of Trieste is one such university that has worked with us for many years and has kindly provided us with the following paper for your interest. Through the 3D representation, it is easy […]
Understanding the impact of IMO MSC.1/Circ.1533 ‘Revised Guidelines on Evacuation Analysis for New and Existing Passenger Ships’
by Yasmine Hifi, Safety at Sea Ltd [Originally published in The Naval Architect, October 2019] IMO rules for evacuation analysis have, until recently, only applied to Ro-Pax ships. However, from January 2020, all passenger ships (in addition to Ro-Ro passenger ships) carrying more than 36 people and with keel laid on or after the same […]
Innovation to solve challenges old and new
[Originally published in Cruise Industry News’ Return to Service publication] It is an unprecedented time for this industry and for every industry. As governments struggle to contain the pandemic and create a basis for economic recovery, it is down to each industry to look at innovative ways to return to work. What is undeniable is […]
Evacuation Analysis for Passenger Vessels
A recording of the webinar on Evacuation Analysis for Passenger Vessels. This was given in September 2020, when the business was part of Brookes Bell.