Crisis Management Services

Oil Spill Response 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.

OIL SPILL RESPONSE - NEW NAVAL