The Loss Prevention Committee (LPC) was established at the request of Norwegian Hull Club’s Board in 2013 and meets twice a year. The committee consists of delegates from members of Norwegian Hull Club, each serving for a period of two years.
The purpose of the committee is to share timely and relevant information gleaned from operational experience and industry developments in order to safeguard lives, the environment and assets in marine and offshore. Members of the LPC should possess relevant experience and knowledge to grapple with complex issues and have the necessary authority to act on the findings within their own organisations.
Through an open and trusted dialogue, the LPC members believe it is essential to learn from each other and preempt future scenarios in order to avoid costly mistakes. Discussions, suggestions and recommendations are followed up by Norwegian Hull Club’s Loss Prevention and Emergency Response department in order to further develop our products and services according to this valuable input.
Examples of LPC discussion topics:
Case studies from claims and near misses
Culture, behaviour and implementation challenges
General insurance matters
General safety matters
General operational matters
War, terror and cyber related challenges
LPC member companies:
Columbia Ship Management
Fraser Worldwide S.A.M.
Fred Olsen & Co.
Gearbulk Norway AS
Grieg Star AS
Harren Shipping Services GmbH & Co. KG
Høegh Autoliners AS
Island Offshore Management AS
JO Shipping AS
Knutsen OAS Shipping AS
Kristian Gerhard Jebsens Skipsrederi AS
Lomar Shipping Ltd.
NSC Schiffahrtsgesellschaft mbH & Cie. KG
Reederei F. Laeisz GmbH
Simon Møkster Shipping AS
SMT Shipping (Cyprus) Ltd.
T. Klaveness Shipping AS
Transpetrol TM AS
Ugland Marine Services AS
Wallem Shipmanagement Norway AS
Westfal-Larsen Management AS
Wilhelmsen Ship Management Norway AS
Questions regarding the committee and its work, can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org