Port and terminal risks: quay container cranes
TT Club's Loss Prevention team is pleased to invite you to join a webinar discussion around quay container cranes and loss prevention actions.
Quay container crane accidents are the biggest cause of insurance claims for TT Club's port and terminal Members. As the impacts of climate change become more prominent, extreme weather events are occurring more frequently, increasing the risk of quay crane collapses. Such incidents can be extremely costly with damage to equipment, disruption or reduction in operations and, at worst, loss of life.
During the session we'll cover:
- Claims analysis/top risks and trends
- Loss Prevention Actions
- Technology solutions
- Equipment specifications
- Post incident/expert witness investigations
- Case studies
Risk assessment director
Laurence’s role in the TT Club covers advice and support in underwriting decisions and claims assessment, he works proactively with clients and industry to identify areas where risks may be reduced. Laurence is based in Sydney and travels to TT Club global offices and client sites on a regular basis. He is a Director of Thomas Miller (Australasia) Pty Ltd.
Managing Director Loss Prevention,
Mike joined TT Club in 2010 as a Claims Executive providing advice to transport operator Members globally, having previously held operation management roles within the logistics industry for 13 years. Mike is a Chartered Fellow of the Institute of Logistics and Transport, a Technical Specialist Member of the Institute of Risk Management and a Member of the Chartered Insurance Institute.
Chief Technical Officer, Marine Engineer
Ray Luukas is a chartered engineer with a First Class Certificate of Competency and a BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering degree, First Class. He joined Brookes Bell in 1992, was made Partner in 1997 and Senior Partner in 2008. After the firm converted to a more corporate structure, Ray became Chief Technical Officer in 2019.
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