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Seminars & Events
The UK Club regularly organises presentations and training seminars for its Members. The Club is able to call upon the world’s most expert and influential speakers to address our Members on topical and relevant issues.
Sometimes these presentations and events address the needs of specialist groups within the membership. In the United States an annual Bodily Injury Team Seminar is held by Thomas Miller Americas Inc. bringing personal injury claims specialists together from the Club’s American Members, and those from further afield. Such events take place in all the regions where the Club is represented.
One of the most important activities of the Club is advancing the interests of its Members as an industry. Its recognised expertise in legal liability and technical risk management issues leads to frequent participation in governmental and industry meetings and debates. UK Club executives regularly take part in the activities of forums such as the IMO, Intertanko, EU and the International Group of P&I clubs.
UK Club executives are frequently in demand as speakers for industry conferences on a wide range of issues. UK Club speakers have presented papers on piracy, overweight containers, handling and preparing dangerous cargoes, pollution and stowaways, as well as giving general presentations on P&I as an insurance class.
The UK Club keeps Members abreast of the updates to its website with a weekly email bulletin titled “Latest Updates”. This email is sent every Thursday evening to all Members, brokers and industry partners who are registered to use the Club’s online services within the Members’ Area. Simply click on the Members Area button at the top of this page to register.
Alternatively, an easy way to follow the UK Club website updates is through Twitter. The Club’s twitter address is @ukpandi . Twitter is a free service, simply register your own address at http://twitter.com/ and then search for ‘ukpandi’ and select “Follow”.