Shape the future
of TT Talk covered the IMDG Code and the latest initiatives from the UK P&I Club and TT Club to support training and awareness of the amendments. The Clubs have launched anonline survey
to identify needs in relation to IMDG Code training in order to help shape tools that can better support such activity and mitigate the risks arising from errors.
The Clubs are calling on all supply chain stakeholders to complete theshort survey
which will take no longer than 5 minutes to complete and to encourage you to forward the link to any relevant parties.
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Michael Carroll and David Thompson of Signum Services, the in-house investigative arm of UK P&I Club issues this reminder to colleagues, Members and their staff to be extra vigilant, alert and cautious during this Covid-19 period when confinement orders in place in many countries are requiring staff to work from home from their personal laptops and computers.
A webinar organised by the Thomas Miller managed insurance mutuals, container freight specialist TT Club and protection & indemnity insurer, UK P&I Club, revealed the diverse range of factors important to safe container ship operations and the security of the container stacks they carry.
Insurance mutuals urge the container shipping industry and participants in the global supply chain it serves to give ever more serious attention to the causes and consequences of ship fires, jointly issuing a guide outlining the responsibilities of all stakeholders in reducing risk.
2017 Satisfaction Survey
First-rate service relies upon the Club having a thorough understanding of what our Members expect from their Club and identifying any areas where we can improve. As I mentioned in the Autumn Statement in 2016, the UK Club Board announced our intention to carry out a Member Survey in 2017 in order to better understand and meet the service standards and expectations of the membership.