La Spezia (Italy)
As one of the most prestigious events in the naval, shipbuilding and maritime sector, Seafuture involves big companies, SMEs, maritime technology and industrial clusters around the topic of dual use, both in the civil and military sectors.
Supported by the Italian Navy, Seafuture is the place to showcase the most up-to-date maritime technologies and solutions in the civil and defence sectors.
Seafuture 2018 – See Future is organized by Distretto Ligure delle Tecnologie Marine, Consorzio Tecnomar Liguria, AIAD, EIEAD, Liguria Region, in cooperation with La Spezia EPS Special Agency Chamber of Commerce Riviere di Liguria, and promoted and supported by the Italian Navy.
We're part of the broad Seafuture agenda on Wednesday 20th June: Nico Bruni, Head of Naval Ship Sector, will participate in a conference about "International Naval Safety Association – The First 10 Years" (ITS FASAN Room 1, 2.30 PM).
Over the last 10 years and in response to a request from NATO’s Ship Design Capability Group the International Navy Safety Association (INSA) – a team of international Navies and Classification Societies – has been developing and now published a safety code for warships, known as the Naval Ship Code and published as ANEP 77. The code is now used by navies to inform procurement plans and by Classification Societies to benchmark their naval ship rules and Classification Services.
This presentation will celebrate and discuss the code’s development, its use on a number of recent warship projects to examine both technical and practical application aspects, and the future plans for the code. It will also present the other activities of INSA and invite participation from conference attendees in the work programme of INSA.