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Major Energy & Petrochemical Company Case Study

The Client is a subsidiary of an energy and petrochemical company.  It provides ship management, technology services and shipping oil and natural gas and is well known to be a leader in health, safety, security, environment, and social performance (HSSE & SP) that commits to conducting an environmental, social and health impact assessment for every major project. Find out how they improved crew wellbeing, Human Reliability, and safety outcome onboard with SOL-X Connected Worker Health & Safety solution. Download to know more. Download Now

Magellan X brings invaluable knowledge and deep insights on Worker Safety

- The International Labour Organisation estimates that over 2.3 million workers in the world die each year from work–related accidents and diseases. - How we address and reduces incidents through IIoT and AI with our SOL-X Worker Safety Solution and Intrinsically Safe SmartWatch Singapore – 24 March 2023. Magellan X will join as a Gold Sponsor at The Connected Worker Summit 2023, Norris Conference Centre in Houston, Texas from 28 to 30 March. Captain Daniel Alcantara, our Chief Solution Delivery Officer will represent Magellan X to meet and network with the renowned experts and leaders. The Connected Worker Summit is a three-day event that aims to promote innovative solutions to increase productivity and understand how they can better connect workers to the information and resources they need to do their work more effectively. Magellan X is all set to participate in the event to share insights on worker safety which is crucial to enhance the connected workforce and drive operational efficiency in energy companies and organisations. Highlights of the event: • Main conference on day 1 (Magnolia Room) Keynote Presentation by Captain Daniel Alcantara for 20 minutes on, “Leveraging IIoT Enabled Connected Worker Platforms for Workforce Safety” at 3.30 to 4 p.m. followed by a 10-minute Q&A session. He will emphasise enhancing safety with Digital safety management systems and wearables that are compatible with major connectivity protocols like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Long-Range Bluetooth etc. to provide a connected worker platform for the oil and gas industry. • Exhibition (Red Oak Ballroom) Magellan X’s SOL-X will be exhibited at booth number 30 of the Red Oak Ballroom. Our experts in safety, Daniel Alcantara, Chief Solution Delivery Officer, and Alister Leong, Chief Product Officer will also be showcasing and demonstrating how the product works. About Magellan X Magellan X specialises in developing Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) technologies for the oil and gas, mining, chemicals, and maritime sectors. We are backed by MISC and BCG Digital Ventures. Magellan X's technology solutions address ESG needs of our clients and better position them to achieve their sustainability goals through IIoT solutions that accurately capture real-time data streams and produce analysis using artificial intelligence. Our suite of specific solutions includes: ecoMax - Decarbonisation SOL-X - Worker Safety Propeller - Inventory Optimisation Media Contacts Magellan X Pte Ltd Eric Graffagnino / Gladys Ng Chief Marketing Officer / Associate Director, Marketing and Communications +65 8866 0172 / +65 9145 7766

EGYPS 2023: Join Magellan X to understand safety and sustainability challenges in the Oil and Gas industry

Egypt International Exhibition Centre, Cairo, Egypt Singapore, 8 February 2023. Magellan X is gearing up to join eminent influencers of the Oil, Gas and Energy sector at EGYPS 2023, (The Egypt Petroleum Show) from 13 to 15 February. We are pleased to present Fatema Choudhury, Chief Operating Officer who will be speaking at the Lightning talks, and Ricardo Puig, Chief Commercial Officer as an expert speaker at the ESG Panel Discussion of the event.The leading Oil, Gas and Energy Exhibition and Conference with 32,000 plus attendees, 500 plus exhibitors and 260 plus speakers is where professionals and industry experts convene to engage in dialogues, create partnerships and identify solutions that cater to the needs of the evolving Global Energy market. The three-day event aims to drive the conversations that address the challenges of the sector in terms of sustainable climate-conscious production of oil and gas. Highlights of the event Panel Discussion: Ricardo Puig, CCO of Magellan X will be a part of the “Sustainability in Energy Conference & Awards” panel discussion on 14 February from 12.00 to 12.45pm at 219, Al Manara Room, Egypt International Exhibition. The topic “Demonstrating ESG credentials to drive sustainability and growth” highlights the sustainability agenda and the benchmark that reports on ESG performance whilst demonstrating compliance in the Oil and Gas industry.Lightning talks and audience Q&A: Fatema Choudhury, COO of Magellan X will be speaking at “Equality in Energy Conference & Awards” on 15 February from 1.30 to 2.30pm. The topic “The Digital Future: closing the skills gap” emphasises on further digital advances and deployment needed in the oil, gas and energy value chain over the next 5 years, and the skillsets and tech knowledge which will be required.Exhibition at The Digitalisation in Energy Zone: Stuart Douglas, Enterprise Sales Director and Thomas Deepak Xavier, Product Lead from Magellan X will be demonstrating SOL-X, our worker safety solutions at Stand Number 1B39 Hall 1. Learn how our ESG innovative solutions can help resolve safety challenges and enhance worker wellbeing through more connectivity and efficiency with IIoT and AI for the Oil and Gas industry.About our speakers: Fatema Choudhury is the Chief Operating Officer at Magellan X. Fatema comes with 20+ years of operational experience in the software and technology space with demonstrated expertise in meeting and exceeding targets, leading cross-functional teams, identifying areas for growth, and streamlining processes.Prior to Magellan X, Fatema held several roles in Business Development and Growth, Sales, Strategic Planning, Sales Operations and Management, Process Management and Improvement, Programme Management, and Finance at Aspen Technology, RSA security, IDBS, and Lucent Technologies. Fatema graduated with a BA in Finance from Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales (now DeSales University) and an MBA from Lehigh University. Ricardo Puig is the Chief Commercial Officer at Magellan X. He has 20+ Years of General Management and SaaS enterprise sales leadership with Wartsila Voyage, Teltronic, and Satlink in corporate acceleration, exponential market share, and revenue growth. Ricardo graduated with a double major BS in Finance and Economics from Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong Business School. About Magellan X Magellan X is a global leader in Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) technologies, where it develops and invests in oil & gas, mining, chemicals, and maritime sectors. We are backed by MISC and BCG Digital Ventures. Magellan X technology solutions address our customers varying ESG needs and better position them to meet their sustainability goals through IIoT devices that accurately capture as real-time data flows and produce analytics using A.I. Our suite of purpose-built solutions covers ecoMax - Emission Optimisation, SOL-X - Worker Safety and Propeller - Inventory Optimisation. Media ContactsMagellan X Pte LtdEric Graffagnino / Gladys NgChief Marketing Officer / Associate Director, Marketing and Communications+65 8866 0172 / +65 9145 7766

Mitsubishi Corporation and Magellan X have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) after the completion of a successful trial.

Join Magellan X at Oil and Gas Automation and Technology Week Singapore – 11 January 2023. Magellan X is pleased to announce its participation in the Oil and Gas Automation and Technology Week as a Gold Sponsor. Eminent thought leaders of Magellan X, Captain Daniel Alcantara and Alister Leong will be the expert speakers. The theme of the event is “Integrate Emerging Technology and Drive Digital Innovation for Accelerated Business Transformation” which highlights the challenges in the digital transformation of the sector and strategies to overcome them. The two-day Oil & Gas Automation and Technology Week is held from 14 to 15 February 2023, includes interactive sessions, roundtable discussions and keynote presentations where industry experts will share their valuable insights on various topics. Magellan X, as a global leader in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) technologies will be part of this event to focus on worker safety and the need for ESG technologies in Oil, Gas and shipping Industry. We are also excited to showcase our solutions at the Technology Demonstration Sessions of the event.

Join Magellan X at Oil and Gas Automation and Technology Week

Join Magellan X at Oil and Gas Automation and Technology WeekSingapore – 11 January 2023. Magellan X is pleased to announce its participation in the Oil and Gas Automation and Technology Week as a Gold Sponsor. Eminent thought leaders of Magellan X, Captain Daniel Alcantara and Alister Leong will be the expert speakers.The theme of the event is “Integrate Emerging Technology and Drive Digital Innovation for Accelerated Business Transformation” which highlights the challenges in the digital transformation of the sector and strategies to overcome them.The two-day Oil & Gas Automation and Technology Week is held from 14 to 15 February 2023, includes interactive sessions, roundtable discussions and keynote presentations where industry experts will share their valuable insights on various topics.Magellan X, as a global leader in Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) technologies will be part of this event to focus on worker safety and the need for ESG technologies in Oil, Gas and shipping Industry. We are also excited to showcase our solutions at the Technology Demonstration Sessions of the event.

Magellan X unveils the SOL-X SmartWatch’s latest features, adding a new dimension to worker safety

Singapore - 27 March 2023. Magellan X announces that the SOL-X SmartWatch, an ATEX certified safety smartwatch, will have three new features. The new features – Broadcast Message, Noise Monitoring and Fall Detection – will amplify the benefits of SmartWatch in providing a safe and secure work environment. The Annex contains illustrations of the SOL-X SmartWatch’s new features. One of the world’s first intrinsically safe smartwatches, SOL-X takes industrial safety up a notch by providing a connected worker platform. The existing features of the product include heart rate and heat stress monitoring, GeoFencing, Crew Assist and more. This SOL-X solution is also compatible with major connectivity protocols such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Long-Range Bluetooth. Download Press Release to know more.

Shell chartered LNG tanker fitted with SOL-X safety management solution

SOL-X, a leading Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) safety management technology company, is pleased to announce the evaluation of SOL-X by Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited (Shell), a leading global energy shipping company where safety and social responsibility are fundamental to their business operations. Global energy leader Shell has partnered with SOL-X to trial the breakthrough safety solution – SOL-X on an LNG tanker to further enhance crew safety management practice. As part of its ongoing focus on health and safety, Shell has been increasing its use of technology to prevent accidents and reduce people’s exposure to potential incidents. Common industry high risk incidents relating to working in and around high hazard environments such as enclosed spaces, hot work areas, mooring areas, and health related issues such as heat stress exposure, coronary stress and work rest hours are some of the areas that SOL-X is addressing in a holistic approach to crew safety and wellbeing. SOL-X developed as a turnkey solution which connects the crew via the intrinsically safe wearable technology (SOL-X SmartWatch) which enhances operational visibility, Control of Work management and improves overall crew situational awareness of their personal wellbeing and safety in the line of fire. SOL-X is a game changing safety 4.0 platform that improves human reliability, operational excellence, and safety outcomes. Our solution SOL-X Control of Work helps customers automate workflows, improve productivity and operational excellence. It also provides assurance of safety and compliance by promoting positive crew behavior change. During the trial, the system was enthusiastically adopted by the ship’s staff who were able to tailor the functionality to meet their specific needs. Some of its highlighted features include virtual barrier management and the ability to account for crew faster before the release of CO2 and during emergency drill mustering. “We are excited to be collaborating with Shell in deploying preventive technology to improve human performance and evolution of shipboard safety culture. At SOL-X, we understand that safety is the top priority for any ship operator and focusing on the human factors will reduce crew risk exposure and improve crew productivity. Ultimately, it will save operational cost in the long run and differentiate sustainable ship operators from their peers,” said Paul Keng Teoh, Vice President of Growth. About SOL-X SOL-X is a leading IIoT safety technology company centered on human factors. Combining deep maritime knowledge with Internet of Things capabilities and predictive Artificial Intelligence, our focus is on improving safety and compliance outcomes, increasing operational productivity, and enhancing crew wellbeing. SOL-X is an industry leading Behavioral Based Safety solution that combines an enhanced Control of Work with a holistic approach to Crew Wellbeing in improving worker health and safety culture. For more information, please visit https://sol-x.co ‍ ‍Media Contacts Magellan X Pte. Ltd. Alister Leong | Gladys Ng Chief Product Officer | Associate Director, Marketing & Comms. +65 9627 2765 | +65 9145 7766
oil and gas operations, gas extraction industry

Safety in Oil and Gas Industry: Common Hazards & Prevention

Occupational safety is a key concern in any line of work, but especially so in high-risk industries such as the energy sector. Oil and gas workers face a host of potential dangers in their work environment, like falling equipment and hazardous chemicals.With a higher possibility of being struck by hazards, workplace safety becomes all the more crucial — organisations should place the well-being of their workers at the heart of their culture and values.In an interview with McKinsey & Company, Bernadette Spinoy — then senior vice president of health, safety, and environment (HSE) from the major global oil and gas player Total—talks about how inculcating a collective mindset in which workers choose the right behaviour even when no one is watching can lead to a successful safety culture transformation.To encourage this collective behaviour, this article will cover 5 ways on how safety can be achieved in the oil and gas industry.Safety Hazards and Risks in Oil and Gas IndustryAccording to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), these are just a few of the many workplace hazards that can occur in the oil and gas extraction industry.1. FallsWorkers often must work from elevated platforms or equipment. This poses a risk of slips, trips, and falls that could cause serious bodily harm. Accessing these places via a ladder, would thus require more precautions to safely guide workers. Vigilance and proper safety training are essential.2. Confined SpacesWorkers often must work within confined spaces, where there is a higher risk of health hazards such as asphyxiation or exposure to toxic chemicals. The ignition of flammable vapours or gases is also a possibility, in the event of small or narrow areas which would position workers directly in the danger zone.3. Machine HazardsOil and gas extraction involves working with or around dangerous machinery. Workers could get struck by or caught between unguarded machines, which may result in cuts, burns, or other serious injuries. This is why routine checks and regular machine maintenance are important, as well as alertness to one’s surroundings in high-risk areas.4. Explosions & FiresThe ignition of flammable gases or vapours can also result in explosions or fires, which can wreak damage on a large scale in such a hazardous environment. Some causes include electrical energy sources, open flames, and frictional heat. High-pressure lines may also leak or burst if not properly maintained.5. Physical StrainOil and gas extraction is a physically demanding job that, even with the surplus of machines, often requires manual labour. Certain tasks, such as the lifting of heavy loads or equipment, can continuously exert a strain on workers’ bodies over time. Poor workplace ergonomics negatively affects safety in this area and can increase the risk of injury. Tips to Prevent and Reduce Hazards in Oil and Gas IndustryWhile safety risks cannot be completely eliminated, they can be significantly reduced through awareness of potential hazards and how they can be avoided. Use these 5 safety tips to help improve worksite safety.Tip #1 Establish Good Safety CultureWorkplace safety culture is a collective set of values and attitudes towards safety, which goes beyond the individual to the overall safety of the organisation. This sense of solidarity would encourage workers to obey rules and communicate hazards to keep themselves and their fellow workers safe.A good safety culture begins with strong leadership, as workers would feel more reassured knowing that their well-being is being cared for from the top down. Aside from having processes that are tailored to your company, it is important that these are clearly stated and reinforced in the worksiteNot only does this ensure that safety precautions are observed, it will also give workers added peace of mind knowing the processes are in place for their occupational safety. Furthermore, the mental health of workers will go a long way in keeping them vigilant and alert on the job.Tip #2 Learn to Embrace Automation & DigitalisationWhile there are manual steps that can be taken to ensure overall safety, such as installing safety signs or having highly visible floor marking, we live in an age where technology can provide useful tools for detecting and minimising hazards.SOL-X solutions provide valuable data and leading indicators through AI and IIoT. SOL-X is a management system focused on behavioural safety. By collating data on risk assessment and permits within the work environment, it provides real-time data to increase worker situational awareness, enhancing both safety and efficiency.Through smart wearables and AI technology, SOL-X solution addresses human factors — the most common cause of workplace accidents such as inaccurate fatigue management. By tracking conditions such as heat stress levels, heart rate trends, and work rest hours, it also helps workers monitor their symptoms to ensure that they are physically fit for the tasks at hand.Tip #3 Use the Process Safety ApproachThe International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) defines the Process Safety approach as the safe management of oil and gas operations and processes, with the aim of preventing hazardous emissions or structural failures that could lead to more severe consequences.While the traditional approach to accident prevention is based on trial and error, Process Safety attempts to identify trends and so more accurately predict events based on probability. The implementation of relevant safety precautions can thus protect workers from situations that can be easily avoided.According to the IOGP, there were 56 process safety events between 2007 and 2017 that led to 128 deaths. Combined with safety management systems like SOL-X and culture programmes, having process safety will greatly reduce the occurrence of oil and gas hazards.Tip #4 Communicate with Emergency Response OrganisationsAlthough prevention should always come first, unforeseen events may still occur from time to time. In such cases, a quick response could save a life. It is thus important for oil and gas companies to maintain good communication with their local emergency response community.This includes emergency responders and health professionals who will be able to take action and help minimise the consequences in the event of an accident. Developing a collaborative relationship with these organisations can also be beneficial to the workers by increasing awareness of emergency and safety equipment.Tip #5 Having Consistent Maintenance Activities & Safety ProgrammesAs with anything, consistency is key. Conducting regular maintenance checks and occupational safety training programmes can help to reinforce safety messages, especially for new workers entering a company. Since the job is highly focused on working with various equipment, routine maintenance is also mandatory to prevent premature machine failure.Risks and hazards can look different from day to day, especially if a project begins that requires working with new materials or equipment. By encouraging consistent training, this also ensures that workers are prepared for any situation that may come their way.Enhance Safety of Oil and Gas Workers with SOL-X SolutionsIn such a high-risk environment, the safety of oil and gas workers should never be left to chance. The safety solutions provided by SOL-X can not only reduce hazards in the worksite, but also enable quicker responses and boost overall productivity.Contact us to learn more about risk management and accident prevention today.

Inventory Management : Addressing A Complex Problem With A Simple Solution

The complex problem Inventory management is one of the most manual and operational workflows in the shipping industry. Lack of complete solution, time consuming processes and absence of standard operating procedures lead to inaccurate storage and consumption data. Insufficient or unavailable spare parts can lead to vessel downtimes that could cost the shipping company millions in delays and insurance claims. Holding excess inventory will incur significant carrying costs and spare part ageing and degradation problems. According to Clarkson’s Research, spares and maintenance costs in the shipping industry have been steadily on the rise and can constitute approximately 18% of a vessel’s Operating Expenses (OPEX). The manual processes cause additional burden to the crew’s productivity. The existing systems create redundant steps in carrying out the day-to-day operations and hours are wasted every day in finding and locating spare parts on ships. Moreover, the supply chain disruptions in the last two years have made the task of procurement even more challenging and cost intensive. The whole cycle of events is causing additional pressure on the operating costs and workload on both ship and shore employees. The challenge is to have the right ecosystem between the various stakeholders to optimise the inventory levels across the fleet and increase productivity for both ship and shore employees. PROPELLER: Simplifying complexity with innovation SCNX is partnering with shipping companies in digitising their inventories and creating a personalised ecosystem that suits their needs and solves their problems. The SCNX PROPELLER Internet of Things (IoT) solution enables company-wide visibility throughout the supply chain. The PROPELLER product suite integrates seamlessly with existing planned maintenance systems (PMS) / nterprise resource planning (ERP) platforms and consists of three integrated software and hardware modules: PROPELLER Ship: The portable onboard solution that enables engineers to carry out their inventory-related tasks and operations from any part of the ship or engine room. This system seamlessly works with the PMS system and helps to provide accurate inventory data and automate inventory management operations. This results in saving thousands of dollars in overstock and man hours. PROPELLER Shore: The high-end data engine for the shore buyer and procurement teams that aggregates vessel data and uses AI and ML to generate dashboards with actionable insight. Propeller Shore’s valuable recommendations include opportunities for bulk procurement, bundling opportunities and pricing trends to help customers manage and control budgets. PROPELLER Supply: Currently in pilot with selected suppliers, this module integrates the supplier ecosystem that allows pre-tagging of the spare parts and provides shipping status updates along the supply chain. This leads to better transparency of goods arriving on board How PROPELLER works: Onboard workflow is simplified through industry grade IoT tablets with integrated cameras and scanners and RFIQ/QR codes to facilitate accurate inventory updating on the go. Data automatically synchronises with PMS or ERP platforms. Even when tablets are offline or out of range, inventory reconciliation can still be completed once later synchronised – providing total vessel coverage. Captured data from PROPELLER Ship seamlessly feeds to onshore officers, fleet managers, and procurement teams via our highly secure cloud-based PROPELLER Shore portal. The information converts into actionable insights through AI and ML algorithms. Performance data and trends help vessel operators make better business decisions with fleetwide monitoring and analysis. Users can quickly gain highlighted inventory details from the ease of a dashboard, such as critical spares levels, parts that need restocking, purchase orders pending delivery & check-in, and equipment tagging/scanning activity. Accurate data and visibility provide competitive advantages while identifying opportunities for inventory optimization. The digitalization of inventory ensures: An accurate digital starting point for inventory data consisting of right inventory levels, spare-part pictures and digital manuals. Instant savings of over 25% of annual procurement spend proven by our experience of deployment over 50 vessels. Reduction in spare part ageing enabled by FIFO (First in First out) recommendations. Elimination of overstocking leading to reduction in operational expense. Strong boost in productivity by automating manual processes such as stock reconciliation. Establishment of standard SOP’s that ensures sustainable communication and data between ship and shore teams. Continuous cost saving opportunities across the fleet through intelligent recommendations. What our customer’s say: PROPELLER is improving well-being and vessel morale by simplifying onboard and shoreside workflow with fun and easy tools to use. “Crews say the PROPELLER portal and tablet are user-friendly, and it’s like playing with a game on their phone. Finding parts is like using a metal detector that pings the location. Engineers can become fluent with the app in a few hours. Even staff who are reluctant at first appreciate using it. They also love the digital equipment manuals stored on the tablets,” Conclusion: IoT technology has huge potential to unlock value in the shipping industry. According to Mckinsey&Company, over 10% of maintenance costs and 50% of downtime can be addressed with IoT systems. SCNX is challenging the status quo by building systems for frontline workers that focus on user-friendly experiences to improve working conditions and productivity. Utilising cutting-edge digital tools and mobile scanning technology, SCNX simplifies complex inventory management with benefits that scale up the entire value chain.

The Road towards Decarbonising the Shipping industry

Chord X’s white paper highlights the decarbonization of the maritime industry.In this paper, we explore how GHG regulations will change the face of the maritime industry. Learn more about #ChordXecoMax and #ChordXoptiMax (https://www.chordx.co/solutions) and how #ChordX can help you navigate the uncharted waters of marine decarbonization integration with operational efficiencies of your machines.Please download the whitepaper to find out more.

The “Good Trouble”

Discovery – Design & Implementation – Delivery The late civil right activist and US Representative, John Lewis, once said that “Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble”. He was, of course, referring to a much larger cause of social (in)equality in the United States and how voicing out, while often troublesome is necessary for a better future. While Chord X does not have the same lofty ideals, our ambition to contribute to Green Shipping through product that complements our users’ daily life, has just about the same kind of challenges – albeit with obvious differences. We are dedicated to developing products that are central to the User Centric Design (UCD) philosophy so that it compliments what our users want to accomplish. A large part of what is intangible that goes into developing a digital product is the “necessary trouble” of paying attention to all aspects of users’ needs and wants. WHAT IS THE USER CENTRIC DESIGN PROCESS? Please download the whitepaper to find out more.

Using FFT to analyse and cleanse Time Series Data

Digitalize Product and unexpected noise The challenge Often when dealing with IOT data, the biggest challenge is encountering unexpected noise. This noise can be very troublesome when you want to derive values from the signal. The noise can easily mislead your models with inaccurate values The challenge lies in how we can clean the noise from the data when (often) we don’t know the frequency of which. To make matters worse, these frequencies may varying constantly due to the operating conditions of sensors. A possible solution is to decompose the signal. Once decomposed, it will be easier to filter out the nose. Please download the whitepaper to find out more.

Magellan X and Coolon Announce Strategic Partnership

Magellan X and Coolon are pleased to announce they have entered a strategic partnership, combining Magellan X’s leading Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) software solutions, namely SOL-X Connected Worker Health and Safety, with Coolon’s Brilliant Connected Lights (BCL). We are also excited to participate at “The 21st International Mining & Mineral Recovery Exhibition”, held from 13 to 16 September 2023 at Jakarta International Expo. Coolon’s booth number is B3-520 (Hall B3, #520). We will be showcasing both Coolon BCL and SOL-X solution as part of our partnership. Download Press Release to learn more. Download Now

Mining Safe to Work – SOL-X heat stress detection solution combats hotter climates for industrial workers

According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, global temperatures were an alarming 1.1°C higher between 2011 and 2020 than they were during the 1990s. Industrial workers across the sectors are the most affected due to heatwave caused by climate change. Despite the measures to beat the heat, workers are exposed to extreme heat every day which leads to fatigue, sickness and dehydration. This condition calls for innovative solitons to combat extreme climatic conditions. Read this article from Mining Safe to Work magazine which talks about how Magellan X’s SOL-X Connected Worker Health and Safety solution protects workers against heatwaves. Know more about Magellan X solutions
ship, vessel, marine environment, marine industry

What is a Vessel Safety Management System? (Maritime & Shipping)

In 2012, the Costa Concordia ship was grounded in an accident that resulted in the deaths of 26 passengers and 4 crew members. In 2007, marine vessel Cosco Busan experienced an collision that released approximately 54,000 gallons of oil into San Francisco Bay. The common grounds for these accidents were inadequate Safety Management Systems and failure to comply with the ISM code. As such, proper procedures must be in place to mitigate such incidents. Vessel Safety Management Systems play a crucial role in risk management and environmental protection. This article covers how they can reduce potential risks and improve safety for maritime workers. What is a Ship Safety Management System? A ship Safety Management System is an organised system of operational procedures and mandatory safety rules which safeguard the vessel and the maritime environment. It ensures that ship owners and crew comply with international safety regulations and those established by relevant government authorities. Safety Management Systems should document health and safety considerations, important policies, and emergency response procedures. It should also cover crew member training and proper vessel maintenance. Safety management involves determining the root causes of all maritime incidents, near misses, and non-conformities, whether major or minor. From there, a company should take corrective and proactive actions to prevent any recurrences of accidents. Is a Safety Management System Required Under ISM Code? The International Safety Management Code is the standard for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention. Under the ISM code, a Safety Management System is a legal requirement for every ship, both private and commercial vessels. The ISM code requires shipping companies to conduct internal and external audits for each vessel. The audits are to verify whether the Safety Management System of the ship complies with ISM requirements and that routines on board match the implemented procedures. If all the necessary criteria are met, the vessel receives a safety management certificate which verifies that a proper system is in place to ensure safety. What are the Common Features of a Safety Management System? The majority of EMSA safety recommendations comprise ship-related procedures and human factors—45.5% and 21.6%, respectively. Safety Management Systems thus emphasise safe operations and practices as well as emergency procedures. Here are 3 standard features of a vessel Safety Management System: 1. Implements safety standards and procedures on the worksite A Safety Management System sets the standards for operations and communications on a worksite. Establishing guidelines for workplace safety culture can reduce the occurrence of preventable accidents. These can include supervision of tasks and skills training. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X Control Of Work allows easy worker supervision with user, time, and location stamp verification. It ensures that supervisors can identify the RIGHT person, at the RIGHT time, in the RIGHT location.​ Furthermore, with SOL-X Crew Protect, companies can set better safety standards by enabling workers to access health analytics such as their work/rest hours. With this data, they can proactively manage their workload and resources, providing preemptive intervention against worker fatigue. 2. Improves operation safety within maritime facilities Safe operations reduce the risks of accidents to safeguard the vessel and each and every crew member. On an individual level, wearing protective clothing and personal protective equipment is necessary. There is also a need for safety equipment, proper anchoring of heavy loads, and procedures to ensure safe movement around the vessel. On top of physical equipment, companies can explore digital solutions. SOL-X Control Of Work boosts existing Safety Management Systems by including an integrated mobile interface that streamlines Permits To Work. This feature zooms in on specific workers who are working in confined spaces, physically isolated, or engaging in hot work such as welding. It ensures workers are authorised for specific tasks in those potentially hazardous conditions. 3. Includes concrete emergency plans and procedures A Safety Management System ensures crew members receive regular training through drills and exercises for emergencies. A ship should also have its safety and environmental policies displayed in an accessible location on board, where they can be easily seen and reviewed. Familiarising themselves with emergency procedures enables crew members to respond effectively to potential incidents. A quick emergency response time can save lives in a crisis situation such as a fire, abandon ship, or man overboard. With SOL-X Crew Protect, existing Safety Management Systems can now be enhanced with Broadcast Message alerts that enable the crew to communicate with workers on the ground in case of an emergency. This solution also equips workers with their own SmartWatch with a “Crew Assist” function which they can use to alert their supervisors if they are in any danger. What is the Purpose of Safety Management Systems in Maritime Sectors? There were a total of 2,637 marine casualties in 2021. Maritime workers face unpredictable, high-risk environments out at sea. The job also involves working with dangerous equipment and chemicals that could cause fatal injuries if improperly handled. The safety and security of crew members are essential not just for individual well-being but also for the protection of the vessel and everyone on board. A Safety Management System focuses on tackling the root cause of maritime accidents, emphasising risk prevention rather than 'cure.' Here are 3 benefits of having a proper vessel Safety Management System: 1. Improves communication and efficiency Safety Management Systems ensure information is disseminated efficiently to update workers on worksite procedures and conditions. Good workplace communications are essential to manage risks and facilitate collaboration between workers on board, regardless of location. For instance, the ISM code requires every ship to have a designated person ashore (DPA). The DPA provides a direct link between the company and those on board to support safe operations on the vessel. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X Control Of Work also takes the groundwork out of Permits To Work. With automated workflows and a portable interface to Work On The Go, it eliminates the need for manual paperwork, encouraging compliance and increasing work efficiency. 2. Saves costs While implementing more safety procedures might involve more expenses, Safety Management Systems ultimately save costs for shipping companies by improving productivity and resource management. An organised system of operations ensures that trained workers uphold high standards of quality and safety. By avoiding potential safety risks, companies also avoid incurring uninsured financial losses. In 2020, the costs of work injuries added up to $163.9 billion. This figure included wage and productivity loss, medical expenses, and administrative costs. 3. Predict dangers On top of alerting dangers, Safety Management Systems can also predict possible risks. When out at sea for long periods of time, it is important to monitor if a worker is medically fit to work so as to prevent occupational diseases. For instance, as part of a Safety Management System, the SOL-X SmartWatch tracks health vitals, including heat stress exposure, coronary stress, heart rates, and more. This data collected can help to predict which workers' well-being is in potential danger. Boost Your Vessel Safety Management with SOL-X Worker Safety Solution With the hazardous nature of the industry, maritime companies must not leave the safety of their workers up to chance. Proper technology and software can get you up to speed on modern maritime safety standards. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X solution can provide the resources to enhance maritime operations and procedures. Ensuring a vessel runs smoothly helps create a safer environment for everyone on board.

Magellan X and Coolon Announce Strategic Partnership

Magellan X and Coolon are pleased to announce they have entered a strategic partnership, combining Magellan X’s leading Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) software solutions, namely SOL-X Connected Worker Health and Safety, with Coolon’s Brilliant Connected Lights (BCL). We are also excited to participate at “The 21st International Mining & Mineral Recovery Exhibition”, held from 13 to 16 September 2023 at Jakarta International Expo. Coolon’s booth number is B3-520 (Hall B3, #520). We will be showcasing both Coolon BCL and SOL-X solution as part of our partnership. Download Press Release to learn more. Download Now

Mining Safe to Work – SOL-X heat stress detection solution combats hotter climates for industrial workers

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What is a Vessel Safety Management System? (Maritime & Shipping)

In 2012, the Costa Concordia ship was grounded in an accident that resulted in the deaths of 26 passengers and 4 crew members. In 2007, marine vessel Cosco Busan experienced an collision that released approximately 54,000 gallons of oil into San Francisco Bay. The common grounds for these accidents were inadequate Safety Management Systems and failure to comply with the ISM code. As such, proper procedures must be in place to mitigate such incidents. Vessel Safety Management Systems play a crucial role in risk management and environmental protection. This article covers how they can reduce potential risks and improve safety for maritime workers. What is a Ship Safety Management System? A ship Safety Management System is an organised system of operational procedures and mandatory safety rules which safeguard the vessel and the maritime environment. It ensures that ship owners and crew comply with international safety regulations and those established by relevant government authorities. Safety Management Systems should document health and safety considerations, important policies, and emergency response procedures. It should also cover crew member training and proper vessel maintenance. Safety management involves determining the root causes of all maritime incidents, near misses, and non-conformities, whether major or minor. From there, a company should take corrective and proactive actions to prevent any recurrences of accidents. Is a Safety Management System Required Under ISM Code? The International Safety Management Code is the standard for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention. Under the ISM code, a Safety Management System is a legal requirement for every ship, both private and commercial vessels. The ISM code requires shipping companies to conduct internal and external audits for each vessel. The audits are to verify whether the Safety Management System of the ship complies with ISM requirements and that routines on board match the implemented procedures. If all the necessary criteria are met, the vessel receives a safety management certificate which verifies that a proper system is in place to ensure safety. What are the Common Features of a Safety Management System? The majority of EMSA safety recommendations comprise ship-related procedures and human factors—45.5% and 21.6%, respectively. Safety Management Systems thus emphasise safe operations and practices as well as emergency procedures. Here are 3 standard features of a vessel Safety Management System: 1. Implements safety standards and procedures on the worksite A Safety Management System sets the standards for operations and communications on a worksite. Establishing guidelines for workplace safety culture can reduce the occurrence of preventable accidents. These can include supervision of tasks and skills training. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X Control Of Work allows easy worker supervision with user, time, and location stamp verification. It ensures that supervisors can identify the RIGHT person, at the RIGHT time, in the RIGHT location.​ Furthermore, with SOL-X Crew Protect, companies can set better safety standards by enabling workers to access health analytics such as their work/rest hours. With this data, they can proactively manage their workload and resources, providing preemptive intervention against worker fatigue. 2. Improves operation safety within maritime facilities Safe operations reduce the risks of accidents to safeguard the vessel and each and every crew member. On an individual level, wearing protective clothing and personal protective equipment is necessary. There is also a need for safety equipment, proper anchoring of heavy loads, and procedures to ensure safe movement around the vessel. On top of physical equipment, companies can explore digital solutions. SOL-X Control Of Work boosts existing Safety Management Systems by including an integrated mobile interface that streamlines Permits To Work. This feature zooms in on specific workers who are working in confined spaces, physically isolated, or engaging in hot work such as welding. It ensures workers are authorised for specific tasks in those potentially hazardous conditions. 3. Includes concrete emergency plans and procedures A Safety Management System ensures crew members receive regular training through drills and exercises for emergencies. A ship should also have its safety and environmental policies displayed in an accessible location on board, where they can be easily seen and reviewed. Familiarising themselves with emergency procedures enables crew members to respond effectively to potential incidents. A quick emergency response time can save lives in a crisis situation such as a fire, abandon ship, or man overboard. With SOL-X Crew Protect, existing Safety Management Systems can now be enhanced with Broadcast Message alerts that enable the crew to communicate with workers on the ground in case of an emergency. This solution also equips workers with their own SmartWatch with a “Crew Assist” function which they can use to alert their supervisors if they are in any danger. What is the Purpose of Safety Management Systems in Maritime Sectors? There were a total of 2,637 marine casualties in 2021. Maritime workers face unpredictable, high-risk environments out at sea. The job also involves working with dangerous equipment and chemicals that could cause fatal injuries if improperly handled. The safety and security of crew members are essential not just for individual well-being but also for the protection of the vessel and everyone on board. A Safety Management System focuses on tackling the root cause of maritime accidents, emphasising risk prevention rather than 'cure.' Here are 3 benefits of having a proper vessel Safety Management System: 1. Improves communication and efficiency Safety Management Systems ensure information is disseminated efficiently to update workers on worksite procedures and conditions. Good workplace communications are essential to manage risks and facilitate collaboration between workers on board, regardless of location. For instance, the ISM code requires every ship to have a designated person ashore (DPA). The DPA provides a direct link between the company and those on board to support safe operations on the vessel. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X Control Of Work also takes the groundwork out of Permits To Work. With automated workflows and a portable interface to Work On The Go, it eliminates the need for manual paperwork, encouraging compliance and increasing work efficiency. 2. Saves costs While implementing more safety procedures might involve more expenses, Safety Management Systems ultimately save costs for shipping companies by improving productivity and resource management. An organised system of operations ensures that trained workers uphold high standards of quality and safety. By avoiding potential safety risks, companies also avoid incurring uninsured financial losses. In 2020, the costs of work injuries added up to $163.9 billion. This figure included wage and productivity loss, medical expenses, and administrative costs. 3. Predict dangers On top of alerting dangers, Safety Management Systems can also predict possible risks. When out at sea for long periods of time, it is important to monitor if a worker is medically fit to work so as to prevent occupational diseases. For instance, as part of a Safety Management System, the SOL-X SmartWatch tracks health vitals, including heat stress exposure, coronary stress, heart rates, and more. This data collected can help to predict which workers' well-being is in potential danger. Boost Your Vessel Safety Management with SOL-X Worker Safety Solution With the hazardous nature of the industry, maritime companies must not leave the safety of their workers up to chance. Proper technology and software can get you up to speed on modern maritime safety standards. As part of a Safety Management System, SOL-X solution can provide the resources to enhance maritime operations and procedures. Ensuring a vessel runs smoothly helps create a safer environment for everyone on board.

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1. Use of the Magellan X Website

By accessing, browsing and using this website or downloading data, material, text, images, videos or audio etc. from the website, you accept without limitation or qualification these Terms and Conditions.  Magellan X. Pte Ltd. (“Magellan X”) reserves all rights to amend or revised these Terms and Conditions and any services, data or information contained in or related to this website without prior notice.  As such you are advised to regularly access these Terms and Conditions.

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Magellan X views seriously any unauthorised access (whether malicious or otherwise), alteration or modification of its website and/or the contents therein and will not hesitate to initiate and pursue appropriate legal action (civil or criminal) under the applicable laws.

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If you have any questions or comments about the use of this website or your dealings with this website, you can contact: info@magellanx.co

Last Updated: 29 June 2022

MAGELLAN X PTE. LTD.
PRIVACY POLICY

Magellan X Pte. Ltd., its subsidiaries and affiliates (“Magellan X”, “we”, “our” and/or “us”), are committed to safeguarding the Personal Information of our customers, vendors and users (“User” and/or “you”) who visit our website (“Website”). This privacy policy (“Privacy Policy”) sets out the ways in we collect your Personal Information, the purposes for which we use it and the instances where we share it with other individuals and organisations. “Personal Information” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable individual.

If you are an existing customer or vendor of ours, or a representative of an existing customer or vendor of ours, further details about how we use your Personal Information are set out in your/your employer’s customer/vendor contract with us. We may provide further notices to you at the point we collect your Personal Information, which will highlight any further information relating to our use of that Personal Information and, where applicable, provide you with the ability to opt in or out of selected uses.

This Privacy Policy is intended to explain our privacy practices and covers the following areas:

  1. What Personal Information about you we may collect;
  2. How we may use your Personal Information;
  3. How we protect your Personal Information;
  4. Contacting us and your rights to access and update your Personal Information; and
  5. How changes to this Privacy Policy and the Cookie Policy will be made.

This Privacy Policy applies to the activities for which Magellan X is a “data controller” which means that Magellan X decides why and how Personal Information is processed. Magellan X may also process User’s Personal Information as a “data processor” in the context of the services we provide to our customers. When we process Personal Information on behalf of our customers, customers determine “why” and “how” the Personal Information is processed. To learn more about the processing of your Personal Information in this context, please refer to their respective privacy policies.

If you are based in the European Economic Area (“EEA”) or the United Kingdom (“UK”) during your interactions with us (other than solely for travel purposes), the laws in those countries require us to provide you with additional information about our processing activities. We have included this information in the European Appendix.

1. Personal Information we may collect about you

We will collect and process all or some of the following Personal Information about you:

1.1 Personal Information you provide to us ► Personal Information that you provide to us, such as when using the contact form on our Website, including your name, email address, other contact details;

1.2 Personal Information you provide when applying for a role at Magellan X► if you apply for a role at Magellan X through the Website, we may collect, where permitted by law and appropriate, your CV or résumé and contact details. We may also undertake criminal records or financial probity checks or other independent searches to assess your suitability for the position where permitted by, and in accordance with, applicable laws;

1.3 Our correspondence ► if you contact us, we will typically keep a record of that correspondence;

1.4  Your feedback ► we may ask you for feedback from time to time, that we use to help us to improve our service; and

1.5 Website and communication usage ► details of your visits to our Website and Personal Information collected through cookies and other tracking technologies including, but not limited to, your IP address and domain name, your browser version and operating system, information about your device, traffic data, location data, web logs and other communication data, and the resources that you access.

2. How We Use Your Personal Information

In this section, we set out the purposes for which we collect, process, store and use Personal Information described above:

2.1 To communicate effectively with you and conduct our business ► to conduct our business, including to respond to your queries, to otherwise communicate with you, or to carry out our obligations arising from any agreements entered into between you and us;

2.2 To assess your application for a role at Magellan X ► to assess your application prior to entering into an employment contract with us and pursuant to laws to which Magellan X is subject (e.g. in relation to equal opportunities). This processing is a necessary pre-condition of entering into any future contract with you and for Magellan X to fulfil its employment duties with respect to other employees and you (should you be employed by Magellan X). If you are unable to provide us with the Personal Information we request for this purpose, we may be unable to assess your appropriateness for the job applied for or to communicate with you.

2.3 To provide you with marketing materials ► to provide you with updates and offers, where you have chosen to receive these. We may also use your Personal Information for marketing our own products and services to you by post, email, and phone and, where required by law, we will ask for your consent at the time we collect your data to conduct any of these types of marketing.  We will provide an option to unsubscribe or opt-out of further communication on any electronic marketing communication sent to you or you may opt out by contacting us as set out in the “Contacting Us” Section 4.2 below.

2.4 For research and development purposes ► to analyse your Personal Information in order to better understand your and our clients’ business and marketing requirements, to better understand our business and develop our products and services;

2.5 To monitor certain activities ► to monitor queries and transactions to ensure service quality, compliance with procedures and to combat fraud;

2.6 To inform you of changes ► to notify you about changes to our services and products;

2.7 To ensure website content is relevant ► to ensure that content from our websites is presented in the most effective manner for you and for your device, which may include passing your data to business partners, suppliers and/or service providers;

2.8 To re-organise or make changes to our business ► in the event that we: (i) are subject to negotiations for the sale of our business or part thereof to a third party; (ii) are sold to a third party; or (iii) undergo a re-organisation, we may need to transfer some or all of your Personal Information to the relevant third party (or its advisors) as part of any due diligence process for the purpose of analysing any proposed sale or re-organisation. We may also need to transfer your Personal Information to that re-organised entity or third party after the sale or reorganisation for them to use for the same purposes as set out in this Privacy Policy.

2.9 In connection with legal or regulatory obligations ► We may process your Personal Information to comply with our regulatory requirements or dialogue with regulators as applicable which may include disclosing your Personal Information to third parties, the court service and/or regulators or law enforcement agencies in  connection  with  enquiries, proceedings or investigations by such parties anywhere in the world or where compelled to do so.  Where permitted, we will generally direct any such request to you or notify you before responding unless to do so would prejudice the prevention or detection of a crime.

3. Transmission, storage and security of your Personal Information

3.1 Security over the Internet

No data transmission over the Internet or website can be guaranteed to be secure from intrusion. However, we maintain commercially reasonable physical, electronic and procedural safeguards to protect your Personal Information in accordance with applicable privacy and data protection laws.

All Personal Information you provide to us is stored on our or our subcontractors’ secure servers and accessed and used subject to applicable security policies and standards.

3.2 Sharing Your Personal Information

We may disclose Personal Information for the purposes we explain in this notice to service providers, contractors, agents, advisors (e.g. legal, financial, business or other advisors) that perform activities on our behalf and to other third parties in connection with our legal and regulatory obligations (as described above).

Our Website may contain links to other third-party websites. If you follow a link to any of those third-party websites, please note that they have their own privacy policies and that we do not accept any responsibility or liability for their policies or processing of your Personal Information.  Please check these policies before you submit any Personal Information to such third-party websites.

3.3 Export to other countries

Your Personal Information may be accessed by staff or suppliers in, transferred to, and/or stored at, a destination outside the country in which you are located, whose data protection laws may be of a lower standard than those in your country. We will, in all circumstances, safeguard Personal Information as set out in this Privacy Policy.

3.4 Retention of Personal Information

Our retention periods for Personal Information are based on business needs and legal requirements. We retain Personal Information for as long as is necessary for the processing purpose(s) for which the Personal information was collected, and any other permissible, related purpose. For example, we may retain certain transaction details and correspondence until the time limit for claims arising from the transaction has expired, or to comply with regulatory requirements regarding the retention of such data. When Personal Information is no longer needed, we either irreversibly anonymise the data (and we may further retain and use the anonymised information) or securely destroy the data.

4. Your Rights and Contacting Us 

4.1 Updating Personal information

We will use reasonable endeavours to ensure that your Personal Information is accurate. In order to assist us with this, you may notify us of any changes to the Personal Information that you have provided to us by contacting us as set out in the “Contacting Us” Section 4.2 below.

4.2 Contacting Us

If you have any questions in relation to this Privacy Policy, please contact our data protection officer at info@magellanx.co or write to us at: 83 Clemenceau Avenue, #17-05/08, UE Square Singapore 239920.

4.3 Changes to our Privacy Policy

We may change the content of our Website and how we use your Personal Information from time to time. If we change this Privacy Policy, we will update the date it was last changed below.  If these changes are material, we will indicate this clearly on our Website.

European Appendix

The European Appendix to this Privacy Policy applies if you are based in the EEA or the UK during your interactions with us (other than solely for travel purposes) and Magellan X processes your Personal Information as a data controller.

It sets out the additional information that we are required to provide you under European data protection law (“EU DP Law”), including information about rights that you have in relation to your Personal Information that we handle.

Why we collect your data, and who we disclose it to

Under EU DP Law, we are required to inform you of the “lawful bases” on which we rely to process your Personal Information. Below we set out the purposes for which we collect and use Personal Information and the “lawful bases” that we use for each of the purposes mentioned in Section 2 of this Privacy Policy. You can find an explanation of each of the grounds relied on below:

EU Use Bases Table

Processing activity

Reference to Privacy Policy

Lawful bases

Purpose for which we collect and use personal information

To communicate effectively with you and conduct our business

2.1

–  contract performance

–  legitimate interests

(to enable us to perform our obligations and provide our services to you)

To assess your application for a role at Magellan X

2.2

–  contract performance

–  legal obligations

–  legitimate interests

(to enable us to fulfil our employment duties with respect to other employees and you (should you be employed by Magellan X))

To provide you with marketing materials about Magellan X’s products and services

2.3

–  consent

–  legitimate interest

(to keep you updated with news in relation to our products and services)

For research and development purposes

2.4

–  legitimate interests

(to allow us to improve our products and services)

To monitor certain activities

2.5

–  legal obligations

–  legal claims

–  legitimate interests

(to ensure that the quality and legality of our services)

To inform you of changes

2.6

–  legitimate interests

(to notify you about changes to our products and services)

To ensure website content is relevant

2.7

–  legitimate interests

(to allow us to provide you with the content and services on the websites)

To re-organise or make changes to our business

2.8

–  legitimate interests

(in order to allow us to change our business)

For compliance, including enforcing our rights, or as may be required by applicable laws and regulations or requested by any judicial process or governmental agency

2.9

–  legal obligations

–  legal claims

–  legitimate interests

(to defend, prosecute or make a claim against you, to cooperate with law enforcement and regulatory authorities)

 

Use Bases

These are the principal legal grounds that justify our use of your Personal Information:

Consent: where you have consented to our use of your Personal Information (you will have been presented with consent language in relation to any such use), You have the right to withdraw any consent you previously provided to us regarding the processing of your Personal Information, at any time and free of charge.  We will apply your preferences going forward and this will not affect the lawfulness of the processing before your consent withdrawal. You may withdraw your consent by contacting us as set out in Section 4.2 (Contacting Us) of this Privacy Policy.

Contract performance: where your Personal Information is necessary to enter into or perform our contract with you.

Legal obligation: where we need to use your Personal Information to comply with our legal obligations.

Legitimate interests: where we or a third party have a legitimate interest in using your Personal Information. We only rely on our or a third party’s legitimate interests to process your Personal Information when these interests are not overridden by your rights and interests.

Legal claims: where your information is necessary for us to defend, prosecute or make a claim against you, us or a third party.

Where applicable, we indicate whether and why you must provide us with your Personal Information, as well as the consequences of failing to do so. If you do not provide Personal Information when requested, you may not be able to benefit from our service if that information is necessary to provide you with it or if we are legally required to collect it.

Export outside the EEA

Your Personal Information may be accessed by staff or suppliers in, transferred to, and/or stored at, a destination outside the country in which you are located, including Singapore, whose data protection laws may be of a lower standard than those in your country. We will, in all circumstances, safeguard Personal Information as set out in this Privacy Policy.

Where we transfer Personal Information from inside the EEA to outside the EEA, we may be required to take specific additional measures to safeguard the relevant Personal Information. Certain countries outside the EEA have been approved by the European Commission as providing essentially equivalent protections to EEA data protection laws and therefore no additional safeguards are required to export Personal Information to these jurisdictions (please see the full list here: https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/law-topic/data-protection/international-dimension-data-protection/adequacy-decisions_en). In countries which have not had these approvals, we will establish legal grounds justifying such transfer, such as EU Commission-approved model contractual clauses, or other legal grounds permitted by applicable legal requirements.

Please contact us as set out in Section 4.2 (Contacting Us) of this Privacy Policy if you would like to see a copy of the specific safeguards applied to the export of your Personal Information.

Your Additional Rights

If you have any questions in relation to our use of your Personal Information, you should first contact us as Section 4.2 (Contacting Us) of this Privacy Policy. Under EU DP Law, you may have the following additional rights in relation to your personal information to those set out in this Privacy Policy. Under certain conditions, you may have the right to require us to:

  • provide you with further details on the use we make of your information;
  • provide you with a copy of information that you have provided to us;
  • update any inaccuracies in the Personal Information we hold (please see Section 4.2 of this Privacy Policy);
  • delete any Personal Information the we no longer have a lawful ground to use;
  • where processing is based on consent, to withdraw your consent so that we stop that particular processing (please see Section 2.3 of this Privacy Policy in relation to marketing);
  • to ask us to transmit the Personal Information you have provided to us and we still hold about you to a third party electronically;
  • object to any processing based on the legitimate interests ground unless our reasons for undertaking that processing outweigh any prejudice to your data protection rights; and
  • restrict how we use your Personal Information whilst a complaint is being investigated.

Your exercise of these rights is subject to certain exemptions to safeguard the public interest (e.g. the prevention or detection of crime) and our interests (e.g. the maintenance of legal privilege).  If you exercise any of these rights, we will check your entitlement and respond in most cases within a month.

If you are not satisfied with our use of your Personal Information or our response to any exercise of these rights you have the right to lodge a complaint with a data protection regulator in your country of residence, place of work or where an incident took place.

Contacting Us

If you have queries about any part of this European Appendix, please contact us as set out in Section 4.2 (Contacting Us) of this Privacy Policy.

If after contacting us you do not feel that we have adequately addressed your concerns, you may contact the data protection regulator in your country (the EEA data protection regulators are listed here: https://edpb.europa.eu/about-edpb/about-edpb/members_en).

Last Updated: 29 June 2022

MAGELLAN X PTE. LTD.
COOKIE POLICY

 1. Use of Cookies

By browsing or using the Magellan X Website (“Website”), you consent to our use of cookies to collect information on your Website usage data and improve your online experience when browsing or transacting using the Website.

A cookies is a small file placed on your computer’s hard drive that helps to analyse web traffic or let you know when you visit a particular site, and can include information about the way you use a website, your choice of internet browser, the type of device you are accessing from, and where you are in the world.  In particular:

  • Cookies allow web applications to tailor its operations to your needs, likes and dislikes by gathering and remembering information about your preferences, but a cookie does not give us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you choose to share with us.
  • Traffic log cookies enable us to identify which pages are being used and help us to analyse data about webpage traffic to tailor services to your needs.  The information is used for statistical analysis, and the data is removed from the system thereafter.

You can choose to accept or decline cookies in the course of browsing the Website.  Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer.  However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of the Website.

2. Contact

If you have any questions or comments about the Magellan X’s cookie policy, you can contact: info@magellanx.co