The Shipowners’ Club extends partnership with ISWAN to better Psychological Wellbeing at Sea

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Following the success of our Crew Health campaign, the Club is pleased to announce that it will extend its partnership with the International Seafarers’ Welfare and Assistance Network (ISWAN) to deliver a series of articles on Psychological Wellbeing at Sea.

Claims related to poor mental health are becoming more apparent to the Club. In an effort to address this trend, the Club has partnered with ISWAN, an international charity dedicated to the relief of need, hardship or distress of seafarers.

Louise Hall, Director – Loss Prevention commented:The Shipowners’ Club is committed to assisting seafarers in achieving positive mental health whilst on board. With this in mind, we are pleased to announce our decision to extend our partnership with ISWAN to provide a series of Good Mental Health Guides which aim to raise awareness of psychological wellbeing and assist Members in highlighting this to their crews.’




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The Shipowners’ Club is a mutual marine liability insurer, providing Protection and Indemnity insurance for small and specialist vessels since 1855. The Club is a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs and works with more than 600 brokers globally to insure over 32,000 vessels across a range of operating sectors and geographical areas.

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