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SafePASS Community of Practice - Passenger Interactive Workshop

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Trinity College Dublin researchers will be hosting this workshop as part of their research & development activities in the SafePASS project.

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About this workshop

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin will be hosting this workshop as part of their research and development activities in the SafePASS project.

We want to hear passenger perspectives about the technologies being developed in the SafePASS project in order to factor these insights into the design of the solutions. Your input and feedback will be used to support the design of the project moving forward and we have a practical workshop planned to explain a little about the technologies and learn what you think of the SafePASS solutions.

For whom is this workshop intended?

All members of the ‘Passenger’ category of the SafePASS Community of Practice, and anyone who has travelled on a cruise ship in the past, anyone who has future plans to travel by cruise ship, and all those with an interest in going on a cruise.

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The workshop will last one hour from 17.30pm to 18.30pm (Irish Time), and will be interactive – with discussions and online polls.

Topics covered

  • The muster drill
  • SafePASS solutions for dynamic evacuations
  • Evacuating with families
  • Stressful situations

Joining on the Day

A Zoom link to join the event will follow by separate email.

Further Details

For futher details you can contact us at email: pliston@tcd.ie

For more information on the SafePASS project visit: http://www.safepass-project.eu/


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The products and services we take for granted in the 21st century are the outputs of complex human systems. Transport, healthcare, security, education, finance, the internet, politics. Vast, complex, interdependent systems of individuals, organisations and technologies interact to innovate, design, develop, finance, regulate, certify, produce, test, localise, market, sell and deliver these to us. At the core are people, designing, operating, managing and improving the system to produce results.


As consumers and citizens we are rarely conscious of these systems until they let us down. Sometimes this is in small ways – an app keeps crashing, our weekly shop is not delivered, the bus is late. But their failures can be chronic - treatment delays in healthcare, or catastrophic, such as when a train derails.


Over the past 25 years, the Centre for Innovative Human Systems (CIHS) has been focussed on bringing together a range of perspectives to develop better ways of describing, understanding and effectively changing these systems and processes. Psychology, Business and Organisation, Engineering and Computer Science, and Health Sciences all contribute to the work of the Centre. The CIHS provides a variety of offerings in Research, Education/Training and Consultancy

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