Loss Prevention & Brookes Bell
The UK Club can work in conjunction with international marine consultancy and marine surveying company Brookes Bell to provide
bespoke loss prevention initiatives
On board Navigation Audits with Brookes Bell’s experienced container master mariners riding on board witnessing arrival and departure operations, analysing associated ISM procedures, examining VDR recordings (CCTV recordings if available) and issuing an independent report to Members.
On board Mooring Audits focussing on mooring decks during mooring operations, on safe practises and learning from past incidents.
On board Cargo Operation Audits performed by Brookes Bell’s team of container operating experts comprising container master mariners, marine reefer engineers and cargo scientists.
Dangerous Goods casualty workshop involving UK Club claims, LP and Brookes Bell. The workshop would involve discussion sessions covering all aspects of the incident
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