ABYC Presents USCG Risk Mitigation Series 6 – Don’t Be a Statistic: Data Saves Lives


Apr 2, 2024

The next USCG Risk Mitigation is here May 1, 2:00pm-3:30pm (ET), Online!
Don’t Be a Statistic: Data Saves Lives, the sixth, free online event in the USCG/ABYC Risk Mitigation Series has been announced.
On May 1, 2024, our speakers will discuss how boating incidents are reported, recorded, and categorized, and how that data informs standards and regulations, with ABYC and USCG professionals.
Attendees will be eligible to claim 1.5 CEUs.
Cost: FREE
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Agenda includes:

            • Industry Update from the USCG – Jeff Ludwig, USCG

            • What Gets Reported to the US Coast Guard? – Tamara Terry, Ohio Department of Natural Resources

            • Reportable vs. Non-Reportable Accidents – Susan Webber, USCG

            • A Look at the Data: Are Boats Built to ABYC Standards Safer? Meghan Sheahan, Industrial Economics

            • The Role of Standards in Safety – Craig Scholten, Brian Goodwin, ABYC

The USCG/ABYC Risk Mitigation Series are recurring online events dedicated to reducing the risk involved in designing and building recreational boats. These events are free and recorded. To view past recordings, see below:
Series 1: Regulations & Electrification
Series 2: Put the Fire Out!
Series 3: Defect Notification and Product Recalls
Series 4: Staying Current with Electrification
Series 5: Navigating Compliance in the Age of Evolving Technology

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