IHS Safety at Sea
Over the past 40 years, IHS Safety at Sea magazine has established an enviable reputation as the only global title dedicated to maritime safety.
IHS Safety at Sea magazine is the sole publication devoted to maritime safety. Published monthly, IHS Safety at Sea enjoys a wide global audience and a promising advertising platform: 6,000 paid subscribers, 5,000 monthly online visitors, and more than 9,000 weekly newsletter recipients. Its broad editorial content appeals to shipowners at the operational, board and managerial levels as well as all seafarers interested in all aspects of maritime safety.
IHS Safety at Sea delivers vital safety news and information to its readers with a mix of regular sections and special features.
Regular sections cover:
- Safety standards
- Maritime safety and security
- Technical and market developments
- Ongoing research projects
- Conference and exhibition reports
- The latest equipment and services
- Lifesaving and rescue
- Firefighting and prevention
- Training and education
- The human element
Special features might also include an analysis of accidents and the resulting lessons. As a sponsor of The Nautical Institute's Marine Accident Reporting Scheme (MARS), the magazine includes regular coverage of its latest reports.
Subscribers to IHS Safety at Sea receive:
- Free access to Safety at Sea where subscribers can read the latest safety news and download the digital magazines
- Free weekly newsletter, detailing breaking news and articles that link to the website
Who uses the service? Why?
- Professionals in charge of maritime safety, including:
- Ship Owners, Managers, Operators, Charterers
- Fleet managers
- Safety & Training officers
- Captains & Senior officers
- Technical and Marine Equipment Firms
- Designated Ashore Personnel
- Maritime Organizations and Class Societies
- Maritime legislators and authorities
- To learn best practices for ensuring safety at sea and to mitigate operational risks
- To stay apprised of legislative and regulatory developments
- To keep abreast of the latest safety designs, equipment, technologies, and systems
- To learn about the latest R&D projects
- To obtain conference and exhibition news
IHS Safety at Sea enables you to:
- Receive the latest safety information for ships from the sole and long-established maritime safety publication
- Learn about impending legislation, required safety standards, and topical maritime safety/security issues
- Weigh the pros and cons of the latest equipment and services
- Keep up on conference and exhibition events
- Stay apprised of market and technical developments
- Access the latest accident reports from the Nautical Institute’s Marine Accident Reporting Scheme (MARS)