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MARINE COATINGS


RISK MANAGEMENT COURSE 2nd October 2012, London


Te failure of marine coatings can lead to significant in-service costs for owners and operators of marine vehicles (ships and offshore structures). A good understanding of the problems that can result in coating failure is essential if the risks associated with marine coatings are to be avoided or mitigated and coating in service performance improved hence reducing operating costs through life and the potential for claims.


Marine Coatings – Risk Management is a one-day course for all maritime professionals in who are involved in managing risk associated with marine coatings - legal advisors, insurance claim managers, P&I Club claim advisors, ship superintendents and coating professionals and of course naval architects, marine engineers. No previous knowledge of coatings and the processes involved is required.


On completion of the course, the maritime professional will be familiar with basic coating terminology and risks, understand how these risks can be assessed and/or mitigated, and in the event of a coating failure understand the basic procedures required to assess the cause of the failure and the validity of any claim for compensation.


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