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Joint Hull Committee

Suite 358, Lloyd’s, One Lime Street


London EC3M 7DQ
Tel: (+44) 020 7327 3333 Fax: (+44) 020 7327 4443

Enquiries to: JH 2009/004


Neil Roberts June 15th 2009
(Tel: 020 7327 8375)

Updated JH143
Members are advised that the Joint Hull Committee has revised the JH143 Shipyard
Risk Assessment Form to give some new options to underwriters:

JH143A includes the option to look at an individual project as well as the shipyard
JH143B includes an option to cancel
JH143C is an annual review and compliance audit

These wordings are available for underwriters’ immediate use.

Neil Roberts
Secretary
JH2009/143A
15th June 2009

SHIPYARD AND/OR PROJECT RISK ASSESSMENT

It is a condition precedent to the liability of the Underwriters under this insurance contract
that:

1. a shipyard and/or project risk assessment is carried out by

_________________________________________________________1

on or before _ _/_ _/_ _ 2 ; and further that

2. any recommendations made by the surveyor in this survey (or any follow-up survey)
are complied with within the timescales set down by the surveyor or continuously
complied with throughout the period of this insurance contract in the case of
recommendations said by the surveyor to require continuing compliance.

The shipyard and/or project risk assessment shall include review and assessment of the
actual implementation of the safety management, quality assurance, and quality control of
shipyard systems and procedures. It shall include but not be limited to:

• Geographical and Environmental Risks

• General Site Condition

• Processes and Procedures

• Quality Assurance/Quality Control of the production process

• General Housekeeping

• Management of Subcontractors

• Permit to Work Systems

• Emergency Response Plan

• Fire Fighting Capability

• Shipyard Equipment

• Atmospheric Monitoring & Control of Industrial Gases

• Launching & Sea Trials

• Site Safety

• Casualty History

Underwriters shall be entitled to require follow-up surveys to be carried out during the
course of the construction of an individual vessel or during the period of insurance of the
shipyard. This is to monitor compliance with earlier recommendations and to assess the

1
Name of Surveyor to be inserted
2
Date to be inserted
JH2009/143A
15th June 2009

safety management, quality assurance and quality control of the individual vessel project
or the shipyard.

Any recommendations made by the surveyor shall be provided to the Assured on completion
of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment and on completion of any follow-up surveys.

The cost of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment and any follow-up surveys will be
borne by Underwriters, but any expenses incurred to comply with the surveyor’s
recommendations will be at the expense of the Assured.

Underwriters shall be entitled to receive a copy of any recommendations and/or reports


directly from the surveyor.
JH2009/143B
15th June 2009

SHIPYARD AND/OR PROJECT RISK ASSESSMENT

It is a condition precedent to the liability of the Underwriters under this insurance contract
that:

1. a shipyard and/or project risk assessment is carried out by

_________________________________________________________1

on or before _ _/_ _/_ _ 2 ; and further that

2. any recommendations made by the surveyor in this survey (or any follow-up survey)
are complied with within the timescales set down by the surveyor or continuously
complied with throughout the period of this insurance contract in the case of
recommendations said by the surveyor to require continuing compliance.

The shipyard and/or project risk assessment shall include review and assessment of the
actual implementation of the safety management, quality assurance and quality control of
shipyard systems and procedures. It shall include but not be limited to:

• Geographical and Environmental Risks

• General Site Condition

• Processes and Procedures

• Quality Assurance/Quality Control of the production process

• General Housekeeping

• Management of Subcontractors

• Permit to Work Systems

• Emergency Response Plan

• Fire Fighting Capability

• Shipyard Equipment

• Atmospheric Monitoring & Control of Industrial Gases

• Launching & Sea Trials

• Site Safety

• Casualty History

In the event the results of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment prove unacceptable
to Underwriters, they shall have the right to cancel this insurance contract by giving 14
days notice of cancellation. Underwriters shall only be entitled to exercise this right within
14 days of receiving the written report of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment. This

1
Name of Surveyor to be inserted
2
Date to be inserted
JH2009/143B
15th June 2009

clause does not affect the right of Underwriters to cancel this insurance contract under any
of its other provisions.

Underwriters shall be entitled to require follow-up surveys to be carried out during the
course of the construction of an individual vessel or during the period of insurance of the
shipyard. This is to monitor compliance with earlier recommendations and to assess the
safety management, quality assurance and quality control of the individual vessel project
or the shipyard.

Any recommendations made by the surveyor shall be provided to the Assured on completion
of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment and on completion of any follow-up surveys.

The cost of the shipyard and/or project risk assessment and any follow-up surveys will be
borne by Underwriters, but any expenses incurred to comply with the surveyor’s
recommendations will be at the expense of the Assured.

Underwriters shall be entitled to receive a copy of any recommendations and/or reports


directly from the surveyor.
JH2009/143C
15th June 2009

REVIEW AND COMPLIANCE AUDIT

It is a condition precedent to the liability of the Underwriters under this insurance contract that:

1 Further to the original assessment of the shipyard or project risk, a review and
compliance audit shall be carried out by

_______________________________________ on or before __ /__ /__ ;

2 the auditing surveyor may reissue any ongoing items from the original survey as
appropriate save as amended by this Compliance Audit;

3 any recommendations made by the auditing surveyor under this review (or any
follow-up survey) are complied with within the timescales set down by the surveyor
or continuously complied with throughout the period of this insurance contract in
the case of recommendations said by the surveyor to require continuing
compliance.

The review and compliance audit shall include but not be limited to a site visit by the auditing
surveyor.

Any recommendations made in the original assessment of the shipyard or project risk shall be made
available to the auditing surveyor who shall discuss their implementation with the Assured.

The auditing surveyor shall produce a report summarising the result of the audit and shall comment
on implementation of any recommendations made in the original assessment in the audit report.

Underwriters shall be entitled to require follow-up surveys to be carried out during the course of
the construction of an individual vessel or during the period of insurance of the shipyard.

Any recommendations made by the auditing surveyor shall be provided to the Assured on
completion of the review and compliance audit and on completion of any follow up surveys.

The cost of the review and compliance audit shall be borne by Underwriters, but any expense
incurred to comply with the auditing surveyor’s recommendations shall be at the expense of the
Assured.

Underwriters shall be entitled to receive a copy of any recommendations and/or reports directly
from the auditing surveyor.