American Club Circular no. 26/19 – Loss Prevention Questionnaire

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American Club Circular no. 26/19 – Loss Prevention Questionnaire

July 24, 2019 – CIRCULAR NO. 26/19

 
TO MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
 
Dear Member:
 
LOSS PREVENTION QUESTIONNAIRE
The American Club prides itself on the range and diversity of its loss prevention materials and related service capabilities. Those materials and services include not only hard copy brochures, posters, DVDs and access to e-learning courses, but also guidance on operational best practice across a broad spectrum of maritime activity, together with claims preventative programs, general education and customized training.
Development of the Club’s materials and services in this area has historically derived mainly from initiatives suggested by the Board’s Safety & Environmental Protection Committee and by individual Members. In order to expand this breadth of input, your Managers invite all Members,and the other addressees of this Circular,to complete a questionnaire, the objective of which is to assess the quality and relevance of the services the Club currently provides as well as to take account of what Members, and others, might like to see as new loss prevention initiatives from the Club in 2020 and beyond.
To this end, Members and other addressees of this Circular will soon receive an email with an invitation to complete this loss prevention questionnaire. They are asked to review and return it as soon as possible.
As a reminder, the full range of the Club’s offerings in this important area can be seen by reference to the Club’s website at:
 
Your Managers look forward to responses to this questionnaire over the days ahead.
 
Yours faithfully,
  
 
Joseph E.M. Hughes, Chairman & CEO
Shipowners Claims Bureau, Inc., Managers for
    THE AMERICAN CLUB
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