Port and terminal risks: Single person incidents
TT Club's Loss Prevention team is pleased to have run a webinar discussion around single person incidents including slips, trips and falls.
Single person incidents make up 5% of TT's port and terminal claims. This may seem like a small percentage, but it's the sixth most common claim we see and a single injury claim has the potential to be extremely costly. According to the TT's claims data, 94% of bodily injury claims in the ports and terminals we insure are caused by operational human factors. This means that implementing procedures to reduce human error could drastically reduce these types of claims, which is what has been covered in this webinar.
This session has covered:
- TT Club claims statistics
- Identifying poor practices
- Risk assessment
- Incident prevention
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 Executive Officer
Richard is a safety and skills professional with a Masters in Training and Development, who has been involved in the ports industry for 21 years. Prior to ports, Richard worked in the nuclear industry on safety and skills provision. Richard was the Learning and Development manager for the Associated British ports for 10 years and has led Port Skills and Safety for 11 years. He was appointed CEO of ICHCA in July 2021.