IIMS London Conference 2019 in June looming large, open to real time and online only delegates

Herringham Hall, Regent’s University welcomes delegates for the first day of the IIMS London Conference 2019 on 17 June

The speaker schedules and presenters are fixed and finalised for the forthcoming IIMS London Conference being held at Regent’s University on Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 June.

This year for the first time, you can join the Conference as a real time delegate in person, or hop on via Zoom as an online only delegate from the comfort of your office or home.

So what might you learn? The first day is aimed unashamedly at marine surveyors in the commercial sector, but day two will be of interest to all.

Day one (17 June) – Herringham Hall, Regent’s University
09.30 Welcome from IIMS President, Capt Zarir Irani
09.45 Update on IIMS activities, new innovations and enhanced member benefits by Mike Schwarz
10.20 Peregrine Storrs-Fox, Risk Management Director, TT Club – Cargo integrity in the context of cargo inspections and surveys
11.00 Coffee
11.20 Neale Rodrigues, Divisional Director, Loss Prevention, Britannia P&I Club – What a P&I Club expects from a surveyor
12.00 Capt Nick Sloane, Resolve – Challenges of the Southern Iceberg Project
12.50 Lunch
14.00 Nick Deal, Bond Solon – Beware the pitfalls of expert witness work
14.45 Capt Zarir Irani, IIMS President – Cyber vulnerability for terminals and vessels in confined waters
15.10 Coffee
15.30 Karen Brain, Matrix Insurance – What are contracts and why do you need them?
16.10 Panel discussion
16.40 Close

Day two (18 June) – Tuke Common Room, Regent’s University
09.30 Gary Lowell, Lowell Boats – Wooden boat inspections
10.30 Bas Edmonds, Regulatory Delivery Officer – Ship Standards, MCA – Maritime & Coastguard Agency update on new and recent regulations for small craft surveyors
11.30 Coffee
11.50 Craig Norton, President, Inspect X – Report writing software for surveyors by surveyors
12.45 Lunch

Day two (18 June) – Tuke Cinema, Regent’s University
09.30 Keith Chappell & Tom Montgomery, Cyber Prism – A Pentest is not enough with an introduction from an insurance perspective. A demonstration of why Pen-testing is only part of the solution set by giving practical demonstrations of hacks and breaches that would not be found by penetration testing alone
10.30 Jayan Pillai – Fire on Ships & Boats
11.30 Coffee
11.50 Jon Blower – Update on the Cordstrap system
12.45 Lunch

14.00 IIMS Annual General meeting (free to attend)

Dinner on the evening of Monday 17 June takes place at 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5AH, a magnificent Regency building adjacent to The Mall. Guest of Honour and speaker is Capt Andrew Moll, Chief Executive of the Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB).

To reserve your place at Conference please click to complete the form on the website and we will invoice you, or call us (UK office hours) on + 44 23 9238 5223.

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