• Recognizing the Existence of a Loss
  • Determining Magnitude of Loss
  • Assigning Responsibility and Allocation of Loss
  • Detailed Cargo Reconciliation / Voyage Analysis
  • How Best to Proceed if Loss Exists
  • Calculation of Acceptable Loss Allowance
  • Trouble Shooting Measurement Problems       - Equipment, Personnel and Procedures
  • Finding Hidden Cargo – Accidental or Intentional
  • Bills of Lading / INCOTERMS / UCC
  • Field Activities that Reduce Losses up to 45%
  • Importance of Good Inspectors / Inspections   and How to Get Them       
  • Practical Sample Problems and Calculations
  • Loss Prevention and Recovery Methods
  • What’s Best Recovery / Settlement Option
  • Minimizing Risk and Loss Exposure
  • Elements of a Successful Loss Control Program
  • Time Limits - Filing - Refuting Claims
  • Mock Arbitration of Actual Cargo Loss Claim
  • Reduce Loss – Increase Demurrage?
  • System Troubleshooting – Avoiding Pitfalls
  • Reducing Risk thru Charter Party / Contract Clauses
  • Oil Loss as an "Incident" 
    - Types of "Loss Incidents"
    - Determine What, Why, How Loss Happened
    - Determine How to Prevent it from Happening Again
    - Develop Claim from Raw Data
    - How to "Walk" Claim to Conclusion - Start to End
This two-day course builds on the basics you know to increase your understanding of ship/shore petroleum loss control and effectiveness in claims and recovery, such as:
Program Objective:  To expose participants to the various methods and techniques currently available to prevent oil losses, minimize exposure to loss and identify and recover those that do occur. 



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