IADC webinars are frequently held and cover different subjects from the Maritime Industry. The webinars are all free of charge. Presented by (dredging) experts from the field.
Webinar (replay): The Multiple Benefits of the Hondsbossche and Pettemer sea dunes, valued by the SAVi methodology
This webinar is especially of interest for policymakers, infrastructure developers, investors and other stakeholders with an interest in green infrastructure. But also for both technical and non-technical professionals in dredging-related industries like consultants and advisors at port and harbour authorities, offshore companies and other organisations that execute dredging projects.
In this webinar, the topic of sustainability in dredging will be linked to the Saly Coastal Protection Project in Senegal.
In this webinar, the topic of managing financial risks will be linked to the Brisbane Airport dredging and reclamation project.
In this session, Alkwin Landewee of Boskalis will inform you why it is important for a successful dredging project to do a good survey and site investigation, based on his own experiences in Manila in the Philippines.
IADC presents a series of interactive free live webinars with experts from the dredging sector. Topics discussed are all based on high-profile projects.
Presented by Mr Dries de Paepe and Mr Kristof Van Gysel from Jan De Nul, the safety webinar is about Vehicle Movements. Experts in the subject, the speakers will provide insights on how operational control is obtained when dealing with heavy machinery.
The webinar will focus on the benefits of using the FIDIC Blue Book, the only standard international form of contract designed specifically for the dredging industry.
The webinar will focus on the pitfalls and dangers of the new Insurance Law; this can help your organisation respond to the new Duty of Fair Presentation part of this law.
The webinar features safety experts who provide you insights on how safety risks such as hydrogen sulphide (H2S), unexploded ordnances (UXO) and mooring were handled on the New Suez Canal Project.