On 30 November 2022, the Club held a webinar to discuss the causes and methods of prevention of container losses at sea.
The Club was joined by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and MidOcean Wind for presentations and discussion focusing on an overview of the U.S
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 recently hosted a live webinar. Patrick Ryan, the Club's Sustainability Director, asked the panel how the shipping industry's decarbonisation strategy is shaping up?
On 8th February 2022 the UK Club held a webinar on the subject of "Narcotics smuggling for ships"
Never before have we as a planet been so acutely aware of the energy and emissions we produce. Shipping, that indispensable cog in the engine of world trade, is no exception.
UK Club Live Webinar (Series 22) - Retrofitting challenges - Technical and contractual perspectives
The UK Club recently conducted another live webinar on ship retrofitting, discussing the technical and contractual perspectives.
In a recent decision on the CMA CGM Libra, the UK Supreme Court upheld the lower court's decision that defects in passage planning, could render a vessel unseaworthy.
The UK P&I Club recently held a webinar on the subject of new technology in shipping (recording available) which received a great response with great audience interactions and very encouraging feedback from attendees.
While Brazil is a world-class shipping hub, trading to and from the regions presents unique challenges to the domestic and foreign-flagged ships calling at Brazil's ports,for both locally-based and overseas Members, the Club's examines current shipping trends in Brazil and provides valuable insight to assist with smooth sailing.
The UK P&I Club recently held a webinar on the maintenance and proper use of mooring ropes; the webinar received an overwhelming response with attendees from more than 50 countries worldwide.
The UK P&I Club recently held a webinar on the subject of bridge watchkeeping which received an overwhelming response with over 1800 registrations from 78 countries - watch the webinar today.
After the UK Club webinar on bridge watchkeeping, a follow up bonus session ("After-Hour") was held with the industry to discuss the practical & legal challenges how these could be overcome.
The UK Club hosted yet another successful webinar discussing "Ballast Water Management Outlook", focusing on Ballast water management (BWM) technology, implementation, compliance monitoring, enforcement of the convention, and operational practicalities.
The UK P&I Club recently held the 16th in our series of Live Webinars, this time in collaboration with the Mission to Seafarers which focussed on Crew Health matters and in particular mental wellbeing.
UK Club Webinar (Green Shipping Series): United States and California Environmental and Compliance Trends Affecting Ship Owners
The UK P&I Club has teamed up with Blank Rome's Jeanne Grasso and Peacock Piper's David Tong, who discuss current environmental and compliance trends both on a Federal and State level for California.
UK Club Live Webinar (Series 15): Navigating in River (Dire) Straits - Collisions and Groundings
The UK P&I Club recently held a Webinar on the subject of confined navigation, particularly in rivers such as the Mississippi and Paraná; more information and a recording of the Webinar is now available
The webinar on, "Biofuel: Benefits and Barriers" covered the current regulatory status of biofuels for use on ships, the on-board handling challenges, and an overview of various types of Biofuels under consideration
The UK P&I Club recently held a Webinar on the subject of Mooring operations and safety; the Webinar received overwhelming response with about 2350 registrations from 78 countries.