Responsibility and accountability have always been at the core of what we do at the Shipowners’ Club. Our Corporate Responsibility (CR) strategy is the way in which we seek to identify and address the issues and opportunities we encounter, with the aim of having a more positive impact on our staff, stakeholders, the environment and society at large.
We will strive to incorporate and embrace a CR strategy that focuses on the long-term sustainability of the Club whilst adding value to its business activities for the benefit of our Membership.
Donald A. MacLeod KC
Chairman of the Association
A key output of the Club’s CR strategy is the development of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that can be used to measure its CR activities and its impact on society and the environment, and identify how these change over time.
As part of this process, the required impact and outcomes were pinpointed which drove the identification of the inputs and activities required to achieve these. This process resulted in the development of the Club’s Logic Model. This in turn defined the quantitative summary of activity in the form of KPIs that covered the Club’s internal and external operations based on areas such as health and wellbeing of staff and seafarers, diversity in the workplace, productivity, stakeholder ethics and trust and satisfaction of Members.
Underwriter / Corporate Responsibility Executive
Head of Marketing
Director – Loss Prevention/Corporate Responsibility
Risk & Compliance Manager