From structural condition and marine warranty to JH143 surveys of shipyards and newbuilding projects
Effective loss prevention starts with excellent risk assessment. Particularly in the case of shipyards and newbuilding projects. Huge losses triggered the Joint Hull Committee, representing Lloyd’s and marine underwriters, to create Shipyard Risk Assessment Form JH 143. JH 143 is now the standard for the evaluation of risks and exposures posed by shipyards and newbuilding projects.
Similarly, environment and life face comparable risks from a wide range of activities involving an even wider range of vessels and floating objects. These include dredging, towing, offshore energy and the transport of large structures.
Working for the marine industry, and underwriters, brokers, P&I Clubs, owners and shipyards in particular, our elite surveyors conduct:
- marine warranty surveys
- JH 143 surveys (by Halyard Risk, part of Van Ameyde Specialists, and Van Ameyde Krogius)
- structural condition surveys, including JH 115 surveys