Ship Salvage Law and Practice
- Course Type:
- Risk Management and Incident Investigation
- Training School:
- Warsash Maritime School
- Southampton, United Kingdom
- 5 days
Developed in direct response to industry needs, the purpose of this course is to provide an in-depth knowledge of the law, commercial practice and physical acts involved in ship salvage or wreck removal.
The course is aimed at seagoing and shoreside professionals from a wide range of marine disciplines, including but not limited to ships’ officers; marine insurers including those focused on hull and machinery (H&M), protection and indemnity (P&I), and cargo; port staff; coast guard personnel; ship owners and their representatives; and anyone wishing to join the salvage industry.
The programme is run over five days and consists of an engaging mix of interactive lectures, instruction from industry experts and a bespoke emergency simulation. The course is delivered in English and class size is limited to ensure a more personal experience.
What you'll learn
- The salvage process and parties involved
- Law of marine salvage
- Lloyd’s Open Form (LOF)
- SCOPIC & environmental salvage
- The role of the Salvage Casualty Representative (SCR)
- Wet and dry salvage
- Choosing the correct salvage agreement
- Coastal State involvement/powers of intervention
- Places of refuge
- Wreck removal
- The salvage challenges of the future
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