Peregrine leads loss prevention services, promotes safety and security, and leads campaigns on VGM information.
Hear Peregrine Storrs-Fox talk to Peter Mackay of HCB Live around the subject of container ship fires
Hear Peregrine Storrs-Fox chat to Peter Mackay about TT Club innovation in preventing containership fires
How engineered cargo protection can dramatically improve your sustainability and ESG performance
Cargo securing is not only relevant to ESG because the international maritime industry incurs losses of about $6 billion each year because of incorrectly packed or documented cargo (TT Club 2021) but also because of the consequences of additional CO2 emissions generated for the reworks of damage products and subsequent additional shipments.
Read more about TT's work in campaigning for more transparent and diligent handling of dangerous goods
TT Club advocates for continued vigilance in limiting container ship fires, ensuring compliance with the IMDG Code, CTU Code and BIRPIT
The second webinar in our ship fire series looks at on-ship fire fighting capability. More details, including speakers, to be released in due course.
A number of container lines have recently announced measures to discourage shippers from mis-declaring hazardous cargoes, which is a practice strongly suspected as being either the cause of, or at least contributory to, the spate of container ship fires in recent months.
Serious accidents can happen if the provisions of the IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods) Code are not met.
TT Talk - Ship fires often start ashore
Find out about TT Club ship fire claims statistics, causes of ship fires and what can be done to prevent them.
New 'Guidelines for the Carriage of Calcium Hypochlorite in Containers' are intended to allow the carriage of calcium hypochlorite under controlled circumstances, to ensure that it is properly declared, packaged, packed and carried.