Our mission

IMEQ Magazine is an international source of information aiming to guide and promote wellness at sea. 

We have created a network of mental health professionals who care to contribute to the education of seafarers regarding mental health


IMEQ Magazine is a joint project with the UK P&I Club

“The UK P&I Club is a leading provider of P&I insurance and other services to the international shipping community.

Established in 1869 the UK P&I Club insures around 240 million tonnes of owned and chartered shipping through its international offices and claims network. ‘A (stable) rated by Standard & Poor’s.

The UK P&I Club is renowned for its specialist skills and expertise which ensure ‘best in class’ underwriting, claims handling and loss prevention services.

The UK P&I Club is managed by Thomas Miller, an independent and international insurance, professional and investment services provider.”


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October 29, 2019

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Dealing  with Lockdown at Sea

Author:  Penelope Robotis 

Clinical – Occupational Psychologist 

The sudden onset of the Covid 19 and the unprecedented  impact on our lives whether  we are on a lockdown at home,  stranded  at sea; working in the first line; o...

Resiliency  has been recognized as an important constuct   to understanding   why some people can go through adverse events and bounce back , while others suffer debilitating effects including the onset of post traumatic stress disorder.  According to the  experts in t...

Battling Burn out at Sea

Job burn out is a state of physical or  emotional  exhaustion as a result of prolonged stress and frustration  leading to feelings of depression or stress.  Challenging factors that  contribute to job burn out   include unsupported work environm...

“ The 2010 Bullying, Discrimination and Harassment Survey was completed online by 539 members of Nautilus International, viathe Union’s website  42% of respondents said they had personally experienced bullying, discrimination or harassment at work...

October 10 – World Mental Health Day

One in four people will experience a mental-health “problem” at some point in their life according to the “Economist”. In higher-developed countries, mental illnesses account for more day to day suffering and pre-mature deaths than h...

Seafaring is considered as a particularly demanding occupation. It has been well  established  that a  number of the risks and  hazards  are associated with seafaring   i.e. fatigue, long working hours, noise,  extreme weather conditions, loneliness,  isolation, exposu...