Providing the tools to help you and your company combat fatigue, poor mental health, stress and other issues that affect seafarers in their daily lives.
We believe wellness doesn’t just refer to a person’s physical health, but to all the different, yet connected aspects of who they are – from their relationships and emotions to their finances. That’s why Sailors’ Society’s Wellness at Sea programme looks at the well-being of the whole person. We coach seafarers to think about their own wellness in five key areas of life: social, emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual. By helping seafarers take control of each of these areas of their lives, Wellness at Sea can empower them to make a positive impact on their health and well-being as a whole.
“We, at Euronav, are concerned about the health and well-being of our own seafarers and it is with a sense of our broader responsibility to the whole industry that we support this initiative, particularly as it emphasises mental and emotional well-being, which are often ignored, but when they are absent their place is soon taken by accidents and injury.”Paddy Rogers, CEO, Euronav
“After completing the session, our seafarers shared they feel able to more effectively take charge of their own well-being. Importantly, they also know it will arm them with the skills to identify colleagues that need help and support.”Simon Doughty, former CEO, Wallem Group Ltd
Good crew welfare is essential to the effective running of a ship – so it’s a vital component of effective maritime business. Sailors’ Society’s innovative Wellness at Sea coaching programme empowers seafarers to look after their own well-being. It also aims to help companies maintain high levels of welfare, enabling them to achieve the best performance from their crew, particularly when they face difficult circumstances.
Sailors’ Society is at the forefront of seafarer wellness and has specifically designed a coaching programme to reflect the needs of seafarers and their employers by promoting cultural awareness, emotional intelligence, social skills and spiritual…Find out more
Long contracts and busy schedules are not always conducive to classroom-based training, so we’re very excited to be able to offer an online version of the course to provide seafarers and companies’ alike…Find out more
Set up in response to the lack of general provision of support to seafarers and their families in times of crisis, and also due to the limited provision of crisis preparation and response training for…Find out more
Our App is Android and IOS compatible, offering interactive challenges on key elements of well-being. Users receive daily feedback enabling them to monitor their progress. Holding port directories and contact details for services offered by…Find out more
Charity calls for ship owners to embrace conflict resolution, following three knife attacks at sea in as many weeks International maritime charity Sailors’ Society is calling on ship owners to embrace conflict resolution as a matter of urgency, following three knife attacks at sea in almost as many weeks. Sailors’…March 8, 2019
Sailors’ Society responds to image of seafarer’s suicide that has shocked the internet Sandra Welch, deputy CEO of Sailors’ Society, a charity which supports seafarers, said, “This tragic image is a wake up call to the maritime industry. “The publishing of such an image, which has understandably provoked criticism, highlights…February 20, 2019
Maritime charity calls on people to send well wishes to sick seafarer A maritime charity which is supporting a sick seafarer in Torbay Hospital is calling on people to send him their well wishes. Indonesian Mohammed Rosuli was hospitalised on Friday (25 January) after complications from an operation resulted in…January 31, 2019