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Exhibitor List (Partial)
ACR Electronics Inc.
Alden Electronics Inc.
Aspli Marine Ltd.
BCB International Ltd.
Compass Maritime Ltd.
Cosalt International Ltd.
Fire Services College
Fleetwood Offshore Survival
Focal Displays Ltd.
CM Hammar Handels AB
International Safety Grp. Ltd.
Jotron (U.K.) Ltd.
Lanes. County Fire Brigade
Land & Marine Products
Litton Special Devices
Loctite Luminescent Systems
Maritime Progress Ltd.
Maritime Operations Centre
Multifabs Survival Ltd.
Royal Verkade Ltd.
Scottish Inf I Fire Training Centre
Sea-Dog Lifesaving Appliances
Seaweather Marine Services
Stearns Manufacturing Co.
Strathclyde Fire Brigade
U.K. Hydrographic Office
XM-S Ltd. tive. • The Conference will conclude with an examination of the Elec- tronic Future. The role that cor- rectable electronic charts could play will be detailed by the U.K. Hydro- graphic Office, while Professor Jens
Froese of the Hamburg School of
Maritime Studies will debate the themeMore Electronics—Improved
Safety of More Risk?
Another change for the Sasmex show is in the event's frequency: once a biannual event, it is now happening annually.
The event is supported by the
IMO; the Royal National Lifeboat
Institution; the International Asso- ciation for Sea Survival Training; the International Lifesaving Appli- ance Manufacturers Association; and the Nautical Institute.
For more information on this event, contact Gillian Jones,
Sasmex International '94,
Queensway House, 2 Queensway,
Redhill, Surrey. RH11QS, England; tel: +011 44 737 768611, extension 3418; fax: +011 44 737 760564.
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SASMEX '94 (Continued from page 72) ing Association with backing from the U.K. Department of Transport.
The Association's report will receive its public premiere at Sasmex In- ternational '94.
A presentation will be delivered by the U.S. National Transporta- tion Safety Board (NTSB) entitled
Improving Coastal Safety. This fol- lows research into recreational boat- ing safety which has been examined by the U.K. Department of Trans- port. Among the other topics for discussion are: • As highlighted by theBraer disas- ter, ships passing close to environ- mentally sensitive areas can pose a very real danger. Dr. Glen Plant of the Centre for Environmental Law and Policy at the LSE will be speak- ing on Mandatory Ship Reporting and Vessel Traffic Systems in the
Developing Context of Particularly
Sensitive Sea Areas. • The Secretary of the Nautical
Institute, Julian Parker, will be addressing the question, Naviga- tional and Seamanship Incidents — Could They Have Been Avoided? • The ongoing revision of the Stan- dards of Training, Certification and
Watchkeeping will be discussed by
David Stratton, one of the IMO's consultants working on this initia-
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