Workshop Overview

This course is a must-attend for those establishing themselves as a Marine Warranty Surveyor and for experienced marine warranty surveyors who may be lacking experience in some areas and will find the course useful as a reference work. The course will address the core competencies of warranty surveying, presenting the knowledge and practical techniques being practiced in this specialized field. The course will comprise of six half day practical sessions broken down into the essential aspects of marine warranty surveying. There are many pitfalls which can confront a Marine Warranty Surveyor. It is the hope of the presenter that by attending this course you will be aware of many of them before they become a reality.

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Key Benefits of Attending

  • Gain insights into the legal aspects of marine warranty surveying to safeguard your interests
  • Understand different types of marine warranty surveys with practical application
  • Learn about the role of the marine warranty surveyor with respect to different types of surveys to ensure that the risks associated with the warranted operations are reduced to an acceptable level in accordance with best industry practice
  • Attain knowledge of codes of practice and scope of work for better execution
  • Learn about relationships with other surveyors to ensure everything proceeds smoothly
  • Be aware of surveyors’ liability and protection to protect your position
  • Understand the role and meaning of JHC warranties
  • Develop core competencies in reporting and learn the industry best practices
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Who Should Attend

  • Marine Surveyors aiming to be Marine Warranty Surveyors, Marine Warranty Underwriters, Brokers
  • Those involved in projects dealing with the MWS
  • Naval architects; structural and offshore engineers moving into warranty surveying
  • Technical, operations and logistics supervisors working on major maritime transport, construction or oil and gas projects
  • Master mariners, vessel and project managers becoming involved in warranties
  • Insurance assessors, P&I underwriters, brokers and claims handlers wanting to broaden their warranty knowledge
  • Consultants and professionals in maritime law, classification societies, ports, terminals and shipyards