Does maritime casualty management influence the ESG performance of shipowners and their insurers and should broader ESG considerations have anything to do with managing maritime casualties?
Waypoints 04 Navigating a New Reality

“Waypoints Magazine,” Issue 04 explores several critical aspects of maritime operations, focusing on sustainability, regulatory changes, and gender equality in the industry.



Nicky Cariglia, of Marittima Ltd explores an ESG-integrated casualty response approach for the 2020s


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Maritime casualty management plays a crucial role in saving lives, protecting the environment, and safeguarding affected communities. As the importance of sustainability and ESG considerations continues to grow, it is essential to integrate these factors into the response to maritime incidents. Long-established frameworks and standardized tools can help identify and manage environmental and socioeconomic risks, while reporting on casualties and incidents from an ESG perspective can demonstrate an organisation’s commitment to responsible management. By embedding ESG performance into corporate governance, the maritime industry can improve outcomes, efficiently deploy resources, and contribute to a more sustainable future. 


The Waypoints magazine effectively communicates the pressing issues and developments within the maritime industry, underscoring the need for operators to evolve in response to environmental concerns, regulatory demands, and societal shifts. For consultants, these insights are crucial in advising maritime businesses on best practices, strategic planning, and compliance to navigate the new realities of the industry.

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Nicky Cariglia

Nicky Cariglia

Marine environmental and sustainability professional with a broad range of experience over 17 years.
Ten years spent responding to maritime incidents, attending on site at more than 30 pollution and salvage incidents around the world.

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