Crisis Management Services
New Naval is participating in Green Bow Maritime’s (GBM) innovative and integrated Crisis Management Service Agreement to the shipping industry including oil & gas installations, ports, harbors and refineries, as one of the response organizations offered through Green Bow’s Crisis Management agreements.
WHY INCORPORATE A CRISIS MANAGEMENT SERVICE?
Reputation is for any company, a valuable asset. For some, the most valuable and with the greatest added value. Because “accidents happen”, the true test of a corporation is its resilience and ability to:
- Mitigate the risk
- Manage the problem
- Implement the right solutions
WHY CRISIS MANAGEMENT SERVICE AGREEEMENT (CMSA)?
- Covers due-diligence normally required by National/International Legislation and insurance companies
- Proves “Excellence” required for commercial purposes to gain access to certain markets/customers
- Ensures companies always remain in complete control
- Allows selection of non-exclusive and non-retainer choice of solutions/responders
- Ensures that Crisis Coordination remains firmly in-house for both marine casualties and cyber-attacks
- Provides your decision maker(s) clarity in choosing the required solutions and services
- Emergency activation of a pre-established response network resulting in a cost-effective response (-20%)
“CHERRY-PICKED” SERVICES PACKAGE CMSA INCORPORATES:
- Establishment of a response system (activation, tactics, response network and pre-agreed fees)
- Expert’s consultancy and cost control
- Coordination of response (live feed from the casualty to all involved parties)
- Salvage & oil spill response (allocation of resources; a non-exclusive choice with major benefits)
- Oil spill preventive measures (equipment & training)
- Media response & reputation management
- Cyber Security prevention, response & claims handling to ensure business continuity
- Marine cyber-risk insurance
OUR COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
In the current market there is distinct separation between companies that provide Crisis Management for marine casualties and tech-companies providing cyber-risk management, resulting in complex response activation and a disconnection between complete protection. New Naval CMSA covers both marine casualty and cyber-attacks under a single system with a single retainer’s fee and a single point of mobilization.