Our work includes:

Representing Insurance Industry at United Nation’s International Maritime Organisation on Finalisation of the Polar Code for Shipping

Working with European Commission on Maritime Spatial Strategies

Working as Special Advisor to Arctic Council

Advising Individual Governments on implementation of International Regulation and adoption of Best Practice Standards

Advising Industry on Government and International Regulatory approach to implementation of International Regulation and Best Practice Standards.

For further reading on this topic and our work please see the following:

11th March 2014 & 12th March 2014 Sustainable Shipping Conference Report’ on Swedish Polar Research Secretariat website and Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website

15 March 2014 Lloyd’s of London Press Release (repeated in several papers worldwide) following Arctic Ice Conference on 12th March

Insurance Day 19 November 2014  ‘Optimism as new voyage limitation guidance tabled as polar code reaches final stages’

Insurance Day 09.12.2014. ‘Ice regime for Arctic Shipping Risks Welcomed’


Insurance Day 10 June 2015Coming in From the Cold’ 

Power and Energy Solutions 15 June 2015 ‘It’s Time to Target Sustainable Growth’

Lloyd’s of London 03 January 2017Polar Code sets new industry standards

Riviera Media January 2017Decoding the Polar Code’

August 2017 Safety Will Not Stand Still for Ireland

United States Coastguard ‘Proceedings’ Publication December 2017 ‘Why We Should Care ? - The insurance market and changing maritime industry risks’

Tanker Shipping and Trade December 2017Rules are one thing: implementation another

Arctic Council’s Website ‘Arctic Shipping Best Practices Information Forum

Inshore Ireland, The Whiddy Island Disaster- High Court Action. Autumn 2019

Inshore Ireland, Ireland Must Ratify the Cape Town Agreement.Summer 2019

Inshore Ireland, Pressure builds on Ireland to ratify
international fishing vessel safety
Winter 2020