Blog & Press releases
Key study findings show that 40% of all respondents experienced suicidal thoughts on rotation some or all the time compared to an average of 4% to 9%.
14. Apr 2021
The maritime sector should invest more in supporting the mental health of its seafarers as ships’ crews contend with mounting anxiety
08. Apr 2021
The impact of Covid-19 crew change crisis on the mental health of seafarers has resulted in alarming consequences.
31. Mar 2021
Asian and Eastern European crews suffered most from burnout and depression in the study period between December 2020 and February 2021.
30. Mar 2021
We need to understand the scale of the problem of mental health at sea, offer solutions and support – and take action to help struggling seafarers.
26. Mar 2021
Addressing crews' psychological and emotional well-being should be viewed as an investment, not a cost
23. Mar 2021
Concern about seafarers’ mental health has been significantly boosted by the pressures they have been under during the crew-change crisis, but there is still a long way to go.
16. Mar 2021
Mental health problems among seafarers are getting worse, not better, with an industry report citing an increase in requests for counseling support from ships’ Masters.
11. Mar 2021
Mental Health Support Solutions (MHSS) is delighted to announce it has become a signatory of Maritime UK’s (MUK) ‘Mental Health in Maritime Pledge’.
04. Mar 2021