This two-day interactive workshop will demystify the subtleties and nuances of managing the risks of General Average and Salvage Operations consequent to a maritime casualty from the perspectives of all the Parties to the Maritime Adventure, their Insurers (Hull & Machinery, Cargo, Freight, Marine Liabilities), Protection & Indemnity Clubs and Professional Salvors.
Given the high-value stakes and risks involved in sea or inland water transport, marine insurance is an important business aspect, inseparable from all maritime activities and the associated risks. Although the subject matter is handled by specialists, it is critical that all the stakeholders involved- be it exporters or importers, charters, ship owners, ship management companies, technical or commercial managers, port and terminal operators, etc. are adequately informed about the principles and practices of marine insurance as applicable to their respective businesses.
Beginning with principles of marine insurance and then moving on to examples and cases from actual practice, this course provides a number of practical guidelines useful to all those associated with maritime transport.
Exporters or importers, ship charters, ship owners, ship management companies, technical or commercial managers, port and terminal operators, shipping agents, seafarers at the operational or management levels, officers and staff of marine insurers, stevedores, etc.