About massimiliano di clemente
Academic Level Diploma
Sub-sector HSE, Security and Quality
Massimiliano (Max) Di Clemente is a fully licensed Master Mariner and sailed as Nautical Officer with the Italian Navy, Cargo, and Passenger ships commencing in 1994 attaining the position of Chief Officer on Bulk and Container Vessels and Safety Officer on Passenger Vessels.
Massimiliano accepted a shoreside position in 2007, working as a Certified Class and Industry Surveyor, ISM/ISPS Auditor, MLC Inspector with two IACS Leading Societies RINA (2007) and Nippon Kaiji Kyokai “Class NK” (2008-2013), during this period, he undertook numerous Class (Hull, Machinery, Installation) and Statutory Surveys (Initial, Periodical, Renewal, and Occasional), ISM/ISPS audits (Interim, Initial, Intermediate, Renewal, SSP Approval), MLC Inspections, Industry surveys.
In addition, from 2009 to 2013, he was appointed as Regional MLC 2006 Lecturer/Trainer for Europe and Africa on behalf of Class NK.
In July 2013, Max accepted a position as a Manager in the Carnival Corporation All Brand Group (ABG) RAAS
(Risk Advisory & Assurance Services) Maritime, based in the Costa Crociere (Costa Cruises) Head Quarter in Genoa, Italy.
Max worked as an Internal Auditor ISM, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 & ISPS until the end of August 2019, leading numerous Audits. As a Manager, Max was responsible for the conduct of the corporate Health, Environmental, Safety And Security (HESS) audits, which included pre and post-audit-related activities, ashore and on board the ships owned and operated by Carnival Corporation and their Operating Lines AIDA, Costa Crociere, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn, Carnival Cruise Line, P&O Australia, Cunard, P&O.
On 01 September 2019, Max was promoted to Director Marine Investigator ABG Incident Analysis Group (IAG) Carnival Corporation.
As an Investigator, Max is required to conduct marine investigations after incidents or a near miss, within this role, he has the ability to improve or maintain the safety and security of vessels, passengers, crew, and contractors, as well as promote a positive environment towards protecting the quality of the oceans and areas where corporation vessels operate.