With its team of risk assessors, the UK Club is in a unique position to gather data and target areas of risk onboard ships.

This Risk Focus provides guidance to Shipowners when compiling the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM). Addressing important concepts, processes, requirements and the technical aspects of IHM, this publication aims to assist Members' compliance with the existing ship recycling regulations and reduce the likelihood or reputational risks.
The advent of the 2020 global sulphur cap regulation has been driving marine engine technology towards achieving environmental compliance.
This Risk Focus is intended to be a practitioner’s good practice guide covering all stakeholders throughout the supply chain whether operating, packing, unpacking or handling temperature controlled, ‘refrigerated’ or ‘reefer’ cargo transport units (CTUs).
Burns are bad news wherever they occur, but when they happen at sea, remote from shore medical facilities, the consequences can be grave.
How to ensure safe bunkering practice to avoid spills
The maritime industry's reliance on computers and its increasing interconnectivity within the sector makes it highly vulnerable to cyber incidents. Cyber poses a threat to all parts of the shipping sector; Cyber risks can be...
With its team of risk assessors, the UK Club is in a unique position to gather data and target areas of risk onboard ships.
In order to help our Members manage the risk of fishing vessel collisions and to learn from these often tragic events, we have worked with experts in fisheries and aquaculture to produce a guide for Masters and their Bridge teams on how to reduce the risk of collisions with fishing vessels.
Are the ships’ hatch covers weathertight? This seemingly simple but important question is what surveyors, whether acting on behalf of P&I clubs, shippers, charterers or courts have to answer on a regular basis.
The UK Club has teamed up with experts in forensic investigation, Burgoynes,  to produce the latest Risk Focus on Engine Room Fires. Engine room fires are one of the most common fires on ships owing to the presence of a wide range of sources of fuel, sources of ignition and running machinery. An extended period of time on board a ship without a fire incident can lead to complacency and a failure to prioritise fire prevention measures and simulated fire incident practices.

Emergency Contacts

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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.

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