On the advice of our safety and loss advisory committees, we started auditing members’ management systems according to minimum operating standards in 1993, five years before the International Safety Management (ISM) Code came into force. This evolved into the MRR in 2009 and is regularly reviewed and updated in line with new regulations and emerging risk factors.

MRRs are a unique part of our quality assurance process and key to our success as a mutual. They help us get to know new members, which in turn ensures we can provide them with better service and support. It also gives our existing members confidence that all new members are high quality operators, and both new and existing members benefit from sharing best practice via our MRR surveyors.

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What does an MRR involve?

The reviews, which should be seen as discussions rather than audits, use a risk-based approach to assess:

Each area of an MRR contains specific questions designed to provide a thorough assessment of an individual member’s strengths and weaknesses. The process is designed to provide each member with practical feedback and advice, and to provide our underwriters with a quantitative and qualitative understanding of each member’s organisation, fleet and trades. 

Where operational shortcomings are found, we advise on ways to improve performance.

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Key Contacts

Yves Vandenborn

Yves Vandenborn

Director of Loss Prevention

work fax +65 9879 8606

140 Cecil Street
#16-00A PIL Building
069540
Singapore

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John Dolan

John Dolan

Deputy Director of Loss Prevention

work fax +44 79 1957 1011

The Minster Building
21 Mincing Lane
London
EC3R 7AG
England
UK

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