Change to legislation on transporting goods via sea - effective from July 1st 2016.
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has amended the Safety of Life at Sea Convention (SOLAS) regarding your container during export.
NEPIC and Cordstrap invite you to listen, question and network with industry experts. As part of our one day interactive seminar we offer practical education and advice on:
• The contents of the new legislation/Code.
• How it will impact you
• How to adopt it into your existing operations
If your business transports goods via containers, this free event is a must attend.
09:30 Registration & refreshments
Introduction and Welcome | Alan Green, Country Manager, | Cordstrap UK
An Introduction to the Code - content, structure and how to use it
Bill Brassington, Owner | ETS Consulting & Consultant to IMO
Cause and Consequence of Poor Cargo Securing | Nick Sharpe
Master Mariner | McAusland Turner, Marine Survey
Securing Cargo and Solutions according to the CTU Code | Mark Openshaw, Senior Applications Specialist | Cordstrap
Lunch & networking
CTU packing under the new Code - chain of responsibility and insurance implications | Mike Yarwood, Claims Excuctive | TT Club
Training Aids for Industry | James Douglas, Director | Exis Technologies
SOLAS Weight Verification Requirements | Bill Brassington, Owner | ETS Consulting & Consultant to IMO.
This is a free event, in partnership with Cordstrap, supported by PD Ports & Exis Technologies.
When & Where
NEPIC, the North East Process Industry Cluster, is a membership cluster that represents the broad range of inter-related chemistry using industries in Northeast England. The Cluster works with its member companies to provide a more collaborative environment and ultimately support the long-term sustainable growth of the sector. More information www.nepic.co.uk