Seminars

In addition to loss prevention seminars that we hold on a regular basis, we offer special seminars on topics below upon request at occasions such as the safety meetings at your office.
Seminar topics can be combined and the time durations are flexible to meet your request.

For further details, please contact our underwriting staff in charge.

Loss Prevention

  • Sea Rough in Handling Ship Weather Marine - Head and countering/Following Seas

    We speak on something that deserves extra attention from ship operators when navigating in rough seas by focusing the generation mechanisms in Head and Countering/Following Seas.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins (Incl. DVD 30 mins)
  • Preventing an Anchor from Dragging

    We explain; how and why dragging the anchor occurs; the difficulties with vessel manoeuvrability whilst dragging an anchor; and the space required to regain control of the vessel of the anchor drags, from the viewpoint of persons responsible for ships' manoeuvring.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2hrs 30mins (Incl. DVD 35mins)
  • Dragging Anchor – Case Study & Preventive Measures

    We introduce dragging anchor cases which were affected by Typhoon, and explain how to take avoidance plan & action and how to prevent dragging anchor from the viewpoint of persons responsible for ships’ manoeuvring.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins (Incl. DVD 35mins)
  • Coastal Vessels – Prevention of Damage to Harbor Facilities

    We introduce damage statistics regarding harbor and fishery facilities, and explain specific analysis of causation and countermeasures of accidents (Quay contact, Oyster raft damage, Fair way buoy damage).

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 15 mins
  • ECDIS

    Since installation of ECDIS is compulsory, navigation without the use of the paper chart is becoming a reality. While, of course, ECDIS is one of several useful nautical instruments, if it is not used correctly, the risk of serious accidents such as collision or grounding arises. We will explain the functions, familiarization training and important points of ECIDS.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
    Materials
    Download PDF 5,091KB
  • Case Study (Collision, Engine Trouble and Oil Pollution)

    We explain more specific analysis of causation and countermeasures of accidents (Collision, Engine Trouble and Oil Pollution) which are handled by our club and/or Japan Transport Safety Board.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
  • Thinking Prevention of Engine Trouble

    Though it is said that about 90% of the causes of maritime accidents are human errors, we found that the engine trouble also occurred due to the human error by our analysis of statistical data and our trend. We will explain the cause and preventive measures of “human error” of engine trouble.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
    Materials
    Download PDF 10,301KB
  • Preventing Cargo Shortage

    Cargo Claim is second most common case in our Club. In order to avoid the cargo shortage trouble, especially bulker and tanker as much as possible, we will explain our cargo shortage trend and precaution of technical such as Draft Survey at loading and discharging port.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
    Materials
    Download PDF 2,952KB
  • Thinking Safety – Bridge Resource Management and Engine Room Resource Management

    To ensure effective operation of BRM & ERM, it is important to raise awareness of crew on-site through improved understanding of the overall concept, and in understanding component elements. In other words, it is necessary that all members of the team engaged in operation of the bridge and engine room have a shared awareness, and that this awareness is not limited to specific crew such as captain and chief engineer. We will explain the methodology for effective use of BRM and ERM from the point of view of those on-site.

    Launguage
    Japanese
    Required Time
    2 hrs 45 mins (Incl. DVD 30mins)
    Materials
    Download PDF 3,794KB
  • Large Claim Analysis and Trends – Reducing the Number of Large Claims

    We have analysed the trends of claims handled by our Club over the seven years span between 2007 and 2013 Policy year. Of these, we will explain the proportion of ‘large claims’ and how they impact on insurance money.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins
    Materials
    Download PDF 10,250KB
  • Preventing Damage to Harbour Facilities and Ship Handling in Harbours

    We introduce claim statistics and examples of accidents, and set out what matters of ship’s manoueuvrability must be understood by the navigator on board, including various conditions within the harbour and the performance of the ship.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 50 mins (Incl. DVD 35mins)
  • Emergency Response in the Event of a Collision

    Ensuring an appropriate response as an initial action in the collision accident is most important mission to minimize damage as little as possible, and to assist with the smooth handling of any resulted claim. We explain what initial response should be made utilising convenient communication tools.

    Launguage
    Japanese / English
    Required Time
    2 hrs 30 mins (Incl. DVD 20mins)