On 30 November 2022, the Club held a webinar to discuss the causes and methods of prevention of container losses at sea.
The Club would like to draw Members' attention to the latest circular from our listed correspondent Huatai relating to the Damage to Fishery Farms along Shandong Coast.
Preventing mooring line injuries
Damon Hartley looks at how mooring line incidents occur and the methods to prevent them
Stuart Edmonston, Loss Prevention Director for the UK P&I Club, spoke with Maritime Risk International to discuss the continuing problems of incorrectly packed cargo
Crew Health Advice: Homesickness
Homesickness is the emotional distress that we experience when adjusting to new circumstances or surroundings when away from home and feeling cut off from our regular support system.
A Roadmap for Ship Decarbonisation
Global warming is one of the most severe and complex challenges our world faces today; there is an urgent need to reduce emission levels and avoid the most devastating impacts of climate change and every individual, business, and industry, including shipping, has a part to play.
Huatai Circular PNI 08: Regulations on Disposal of Food Wastes in Chinese Coasts and Loss Prevention Suggestions
The UK Club would like to draw Members attention to the latest circular from our local correspondent Huatai relating to the Regulations on Disposal of Food Wastes in Chinese Coasts and Loss Prevention Suggestions
The UK Club would like to draw Members' attention to the latest alert from our local correspondent Venepandi C.A related to the navigational hazard in the internal waters of the Venezuelan Caribbean Sea, specifically to the vessels that are heading towards the ports of eastern Venezuela.
During the 110th session of the International Labour Conference, held from 27 May to 11 June 2022, the plenary session approved additional amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC 2006)
Carriage of Fertiliser Cargo
This article explains how fertilisers are made and shaped as well as the issues that can arise during sea voyage.
Bunker fuel analysis indicates more cases of contaminated bunker fuel in the Rotterdam and Amsterdam areas (ARA), suggesting that the problem persists
The UK Club is a founding member of Together in Safety, which has a core objective to protect seafarers’ lives while delivering improved business efficiency and commercial effectiveness.
Book it right and pack it tight
As part of our commitment to continued knowledge transfer, the Loss Prevention Department of the UK P&I and TT Club have updated our industry leading "Book it right and pack it tight" publication, to bring it in-line with the most current thinking and regulations.
Maritime Criminal Investigations
Signum Services is the in-house investigative arm of UK P&I Club at Thomas Miller & Co
Support, awareness & education is the key in recognising mental health issues & the first step in order to support crew on the journey to recovery.
The UK P&I Club retains 6 risk assessors, including ex masters and chief engineers
Ask an Expert: LNG Quality Sampling
In the latest series of 'Ask an Expert' Ansuman Ghosh spoke with Sven Lataire of SGS about the specific purposes, methods, challenges, advantages and disadvantages, and future trends of gas sampling.
On Thursday 05 May, the Club held their latest Loss Prevention webinar discussing the practical aspects of mitigating and clean-up of pollution and examining the critical task that P&I clubs hold with organisations such as ITOPF and salvors to mitigate and clean up various types of pollution at sea and on the coast.
On Thursday 7th April the Club hosted a webinar with CAE, the global leader in civil aviation training, for the discussion 'Can you train for a Black Swan Event?'
The UK P&I Club, a leading provider of P&I insurance and other services to the international shipping community, has appointed Colin Legget as a risk assessor in its London office