Continuing with its series of TT Briefs aimed at simplifying complex risk issues by providing easily digestible information and guidance, TT has published its latest Brief, ‘Understand and mitigate the risks of working at height.’
The process of storage, transport, distribution and marketing of stolen goods often shadow those of legitimate supply chains with criminals acquiring sophisticated logistics skills.
TT Talk - Are you exposed to RAAC?
Alerts were raised in the UK in mid-2023 about a potential serious safety risk arising from the use of Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete [RAAC]. While this particular building practice appears to have been widely adopted in public structures (for example schools), it is possible that it has been applied in port or warehouse facilities in some parts of the world.
Leading insurance provider to the international freight and logistics sector, TT Club has announced a significant change to its New Jersey office leadership
TT Talk - Party time? Think time!
The hosting of events can be a valuable and enjoyable experience for all; careful planning and risk assessment will pay dividends in delivering success.
TT Talk - Unplanned uncoupling
Safety of trucks on the highway is a paramount concern for the transport industry, impacting not only the lives of drivers but also all road users.
TT Talk - Alert to customs representation
Recent years, not least consequent on Brexit, have seen greater opportunities for logistics operators to provide customs related services to their customers.
The latest analysis from international freight insurer, TT Club and business improvement consultants BSI SCREEN, reports dramatic 2022 year-on-year increases in freight crime in Chile
TT Club is increasing its efforts to promote industry awareness of both trends in criminal activity and methods of combatting its success.
Poster - Carrier Fraud
Workers in the global supply chain can easily become victims of fraud as they conduct day-to-day business. Carrier fraud is becoming increasingly prevalent and sophisticated. Today’s digital business environment has enabled fraudsters to create fictitious companies, intercept legitimate business transactions and obscure their fraudulent activity more easily reducing their risk of getting caught.