The C2C Committee have released new articles on Project Cargoes, Bitumen and Flashpoint Contamination.

New Apps from UK P&I Club & Lloyd's Register

Download our new apps for iOS and Android devices here.

Project Cargo Matters

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Carrying Solid Bulk Cargoes Safely

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New Apps for iOS and Android devices

After 20,000 downloads of the popular ILO/MLC and ISM/ISPS apps, the UK Club and Lloyds Register have converted three more of their PSC booklets into apps, including 'Port State Control', 'Marine Pollution Prevention' and 'Fire Safety'. By popular demand the original apps have been modified to attach photographs to the checklists and email functionality enabled to allow checklists to be sent direct to other parties. These apps will allow our Members to access these checklists in a more user friendly way.

Please see our apps page to download the latest apps from the UK Club.


Project Cargo Matters

The UK P&I Club has joined forces with leading marine cargo insurer Allianz AGCS Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) to publish new practical guidance for shipowners and operators on how to carry heavy-lift and project cargoes safely at sea.  Recent incidents with such cargoes have led to significant ship and cargo losses as well as multi-million dollar claims for consequential project delays.

Self Assessment Scheme


Our new self assessment scheme will enable Members to use the Club’s historical claims data and expertise to review their own practical efforts to keep their ships safe.

Focusing on cargo, pollution, personal injury, collision and third party property claims, a simple and logical system will be provided to participating Members to assess the Controls that are in place on board their ships and to mitigate the various Threats that may be encountered. These are based on the Club’s long experience in dealing with over 12,000 serious claims over the past 20 years, where some 76 Threats have been identified as having been allowed to develop into an incident due to one or more of 450 Controls having failed.

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Carrying Solid Bulk Cargoes Safely

Carrying solid bulk cargoes safely outlines the precautions to be taken before accepting solid bulk cargoes for shipment; sets out procedures for safe loading and carriage and details the primary hazards associated with different types of cargoes.

No Room for Risk App

The UK P&I Club has launched the No Room for Risk app, including a 14 minute video introduction to the Club’s highly successful risk management project.


LP Initiatives

The UK P&I Club is committed to safety. Its high-level loss prevention programme – the most extensive in the industry – aims to offset rising claims and maintain quality amongst Members. This concise Brochure details all our Loss Prevention initiatives.


Loss Prevention Notices

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Meet the Team

Loss Prevention Director

Stuart Edmonston
work +44 20 7204 2341
cell +44 7917 472996

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Stuart, a Master Mariner, joined Thomas Miller’s Loss Prevention department in 2014. Prior to this he worked as casualty investigator for a leading shipping law firm and was at sea on a variety of different ship types including crude oil tankers, freight ferries, passenger ships and offshore drilling units, where he sailed as Barge Master.


Administrative & Secretarial Assistant

Hilary Max
work +44 20 7204 2092

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Loss Prevention Executive

Petar Modev
work +44 20 7204 1234

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Petar joined Thomas Miller as Loss Prevention Executive in 2014 having previously worked at Sea as a Watch Keeping Officer for the past eight years.


Risk Assessor

David is a Master Mariner joining Thomas Miller in June 2014, after gaining a wealth of experience both at sea and ashore. After leaving the sea, he was employed as a claims manager with a Piraeus based P&I correspondent for 2 years before joining a well-respected and busy marine surveying consultancy in Greece. In 1997, David established his own marine consultancy, with the majority of work being P&I related. From 2010 until joining Thomas Miller, he was employed as a claims executive with another Group P&I Club, handling a wide variety of P&I and FD&D claims as well as being actively involved in their Loss Prevention initiatives.


Senior Risk Assessor

Captain Chris Roberts
work +44 20 7204 2307

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Chris joined Thomas Miller in March 2001, after a long seagoing career in all types of tankers. 
Joined Shell Tankers in 1969 as cadet and sailed with them until 1977 rising to Second Officer, then joined Silver Line (V.Ships UK) and sailed in Chemical Tankers and LPG vessels.

 
From 1983 until December 2000 he served as master for V Ships in LPG, Chemical and Product carriers, including 1 special OBO. 


Chris is a Fellow of the Nautical Institute and a qualified Lead Auditor for ISM.


Loss Prevention Technician

Alex Sandom
work +44 20 7204 2625

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Alex joined the UK Club as a Loss Prevention Technician in June 2014 supporting the loss prevention team. Alex started at Thomas Miller in 2012 at the TT Club as part of the Information Management Team where he provided administrative support to the claims team. 


P&I executive and Loss Prevention Advisor

Captain Anuj Velankar
work +65 63 09 96 87
cell +65 9010 4358

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Risk Assessor

Tony joined Thomas Miller as a Ship Inspector. After passing a degree in Marine Engineering and becoming Chief Engineer, he came ashore as Superintendent and then Marine Surveyor / Consultant.


Risk Assessor

Captain Markus Westphal
cell 07880105213

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Markus Westphal joined Thomas Miller in June as a Risk Assessor. Previously worked as a ships master on Container ships.


Emergency Contacts


If you need to call our offices out of hours and at weekends, click After Office hours for a up to date list of the names of the Duty Executives and their mobile phone numbers. 

Ship Finder


This Ship Finder is updated on a daily basis. Members who need to advise the Club of updates to their recorded ships' details should advise their usual underwriting contact.