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Eaglestar selects SOL-X’s SAFEVUE.ai to boost maritime safety

Eaglestar has selected SOL-X’s SAFEVUE.ai to improve the human factors approach to maritime safety.

SAFEVUE.ai provides assurance of safety and compliance by promoting positive crew behaviour change. The system’s near real-time safety operations monitoring capabilities, integrated permits to work management and crew wellbeing solution provides a more holistic approach to improving safety outcomes and “human reliability”. In addition, the standardisation of best practices can increase operational excellence fleetwide, saving approximately 4,600+[1] man hours per vessel annually.

“We are pleased to be given the opportunity to partner with Eaglestar to meet the maritime industry’s ever-increasing demands for operational excellence, crew wellbeing, safety and compliance assurance. Today, 2 out of every 3 incidents and accidents in the maritime industry can be attributed to human factors. A paradigm shift is required to materially improve health and safety outcomes.”

“At SOL-X, we are pioneering Behavioural Based Safety 4.0. Our approach to enhancing the control of work with near real-time line-of-sight, improving crew situational awareness and wellbeing is unique to the market. As a result, our customers have experienced increased crew productivity, improved safety culture, and business competitiveness.” said Nigel Koh, SOL-X chief executive officer.

Managing director and CEO of Eaglestar, Captain Raja Sager, said: “We are proud to deploy SAFEVUE.ai across our managed fleet of over 67 vessels. Technology combined with the right expertise in the industry of ship management is pivotal in marking a new benchmark especially in the way we advance ourselves digitally. We are also confident that SAFEVUE.ai can further heighten crew operational excellence with an integrated solution centred around human factors.”

[1] Number is approximate and may differ depending on customer’s current practices. Based on data collected from customer usage of SAFEVUE.ai.

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