Shipping must stop thinking of seafarers as a problem
Seafaring will lose much of its expertise if the industry focuses on shoreside control centres rather than offering operational support. Loss of responsibility will likely diminish the appeal of seafaring
Shipping should regard the human element — at sea and shore — as a resource to be used throughout the industry. That resource needs upskilling; the initiative for that must come from seafarers themselves
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