Our first live Webinar - Bunker Quality claims
It has been an unexpected start to the year but we have some exciting news!
For our loss prevention team, it is critical that they interact with the industry. That may entail meeting you in various locations across the city, meeting ship staff in your manning offices or indeed visiting them on board your ships. Unfortunately, travelling is not viable at the present time due to the COVID-19 pandemic which is why, we are very excited to let you know that we will be hosting our very first series of Live Webinars which will help you and your colleagues keep up with your training needs and remain informed in this environment where meetings and seminars are being postponed or cancelled.
Our first Live Webinar is on the subject of Bunker Fuel quality. With Kendall Tan bringing in his legal expertise, we hope that the Webinar will be a unique opportunity that gives the audience a 360 degree view of the situation and options available. The format we have chosen gives us a lot of time at the end to cover the questions and discussion topics that you are welcome to bring up.
This link takes you to the registration page where you can find more details or simply scroll to the bottom to register.
The webinar is on Thursday 2nd April at 16:00. This time has been specifically chose to make it convenient for the most people possible in the region.
Please do decide to join us and share your thoughts.
Thanks & Kinds Regards,
The UK Club
Source UK P&I
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