Prevention at Sea Ltd (P@S) and KPMG in Cyprus have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with an aim to jointly design, develop and promote services and products that reduce safety risk to the maritime industry and ensure a safe business environment.
The MoU was signed by Mr. Petros Achtypis, CEO of P@S and Mr. George Tziortzis, Head of Management Consulting at KPMG in Cyprus.
Under the MoU, both companies will work collaboratively to promote mutually agreed projects and initiatives that support the digitalisation of the maritime industry with a focus on safety, efficiency and performance. P@S and KPMG will bring to the industry services and products aiming at minimising safety risks, particularly those associated with human born unsafe acts, as well as continuous compliance and operational excellence.
Commenting on the collaboration, Mr. Petros Achtypis said: “We are extremely proud to be working in alliance with KPMG in Cyprus to develop and promote both existing and new expert maritime services, operational risk assessments and software products. Both companies are driven by determination and passion to make purposeful and significant contributions to the improvement of safety in the maritime industry. It is time two organisations serving the industry from different fields to join forces in making prevention a habit.”
Mr. George Tziortzis commented: “KPMG in Cyprus is dedicated in supporting and promoting data-driven innovation to our communities, clients and ecosystem. We are excited to embark into a collaboration with Prevention at Sea, which will supplement the efforts made to better serve our customers, by enabling us to offer the best solutions that support safer and optimised maritime operations.”
About Prevention at Sea Ltd
Prevention at Sea is an ISO 9001 maritime technology and marine risk prevention firm, certified by Lloyd's Register, built on a safety culture and risk prevention foundations. The company was born to serve the maritime industry by preventing the negatives and promoting the positives.
Prevention at Sea clients benefit from their diversified maritime services and innovative software products which ensure paperless functionalities, high calibre and fleet performance optimisation, effective treatment of marine operational risks, prevention of ‘human factor’ errors and compliance with regulations, by allowing the maritime business environment to thrive.
About KPMG in Cyprus
KPMG operates in Cyprus since 1948 and currently employs more than 900 professionals working from 6 offices across the island (Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaka, Pafos, Paralimni and Polis Chrysochous). It is a member of the global network of KPMG, one of the world’s largest professional firms providing Audit, Tax and Advisory services, employing 219.000 people in 147 countries and territories. Clients look to KPMG for a consistent standard of service based on high order professional capabilities, industry insight, local knowledge and expertise.
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