If you want to keep employees safe and claims costs low, it's critical to stay educated. That's why AEU puts an emphasis on training our members and brokers on the latest trends in safety, claims, leadership, staffing and more.
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This annual event addresses leadership, safety and claims-related topics important to shipyards, stevedores, marine terminal operators, and marine construction companies. For a day and a half, ALMA members and their brokers learn from industry experts and peers about field-tested methods, emerging trends, and solutions to common issues. The forum is held in major U.S. cities and typically draws more than 100 maritime industry professionals from the field of safety, claims, HR, operations and executive management.
Houston, TX - April 13 - 15, 2020
This event will be held at the Hilton Houston Americas-Houston Hotel. Registration has not yet opened for this event.
AEU hosts one-day seminars throughout the year to provide educational information related to leadership, loss control, claims handling, safety culture development, and more. Held regionally and at no cost to ALMA members, these seminars are ideal for members of all sizes looking to learn new skills and network with others in their industry.
We are currently planning Regional Forums for 2020.
Members who cannot attend our in-person events may benefit from our ongoing webinar series, which covers topics of interest to the maritime industry.
Traffic Safety in Marine Terminals | October 16, 2019 | 1:00pm CST
Presented by Bobby Anderson and John Bloess
Traffic incidents are a serious problem in marine terminals due to fast-paced operations and large, heavy equipment. Traffic safety controls can help avoid traffic incidents and prevent or reduce work-related fatalities and injuries.
In this webinar, AEU Loss Control Managers Bobby Anderson and John Bloess will provide a general overview of Marine Traffic Safety and general principles when implementing a traffic safety program.
By attending this webinar you will:
- Receive practical recommendations to reduce the number and severity of traffic-related injuries in marine terminals
- Learn the elements of an effective traffic safety program
Who should attend: Employers and contractors with exposure to marine terminals
Brokers may obtain CE credit by attending our courses on USL&H or MEL (maritime employers’ liability). Four hours of CE credit is granted for full completion of each course (eight hours total if you complete both courses).
St. Louis, MO - October 23, 2019
AEU hosts periodic trainings in partnership with certified safety professionals. These trainings include OSHA certifications, Shipyard Competent Person training, and more.
We currently do not have any training events planned.