The Maritime Safety Award is presented annually to an individual, company or organisation that in the opinion of the Institution and Lloyd’s Register is judged to have made an outstanding contribution to the improvement of maritime safety or the protection of the maritime environment. Such contribution may have been made by a specific activity or over a period of time. Individuals may not nominate themselves. Nominations are invited for the 2014 Maritime Safety Award.
Nominations of up to 750 words should describe the nominee’s contribution to:
- safety of life or protection of the maritime environment through novel or improved design, construction or operational procedures of ships or maritime structures
- the advancement of maritime safety through management, regulation, legislation or development of standards, codes of practice or guidance
- research, learned papers or publications in the field of maritime safety
- education, teaching or training in maritime safety issues
Queries about the Award should be forwarded to the Chief Executive at firstname.lastname@example.org