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BI – Business Interruption Insurance

ARS192,000

Cursos a distancia
Junio 2024
  • Idioma: Inglés
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Metodología

El curso de desarrolla través de nuestro Campus Virtual, una plataforma especialmente diseñada para una experiencia ágil y placentera en capacitación a distancia.

En la fecha de inicio del curso, Ud recibirá su acceso al Campus y podrá completar el curso en forma asincrónica dentro del lapso de tiempo establecido, el Campus está a su disposición las 24hs. durante el mes del curso.

En días y horarios establecidos al inicio de la capacitación, los tutores dictarán 3 videoconferencias en vivo, en las cuales se desarrollaran temas específicos y se abrirá un espacio de consultas para repasar dudas que puedan surgir a lo largo del seminario.

En el curso se analizan casos reales, focalizando la atención en aspectos prácticos que permiten luego el análisis y comprensión de los fundamentos legales y técnicos que sustentan la actividad.

Todo el material necesario será brindado desde el Campus, tanto material gráfico como audiovisuales.

¡Todo está preparado para que capacitarse se transforme en una divertida experiencia!

Los cursos y seminarios organizados por nuestro equipo son oportunidades únicas para crear ambientes de reflexión sobre soluciones técnicas orientadas a la realidad de los negocios y han sido preparados con carácter práctico aplicando a la siguiente metodología:

  • Todos los cursos propuestos incluyen material de estudio, ejercicios prácticos de aplicación y trabajo sobre casos reales.
  • 3 videoconferencias sobre distintos temas que se irán definiendo a lo largo del seminario

Temario y contenido

EL COMERCIO INTERNACIONAL

  • Ley aplicable y convenios internacionales.
  • Operativa del Comercio Internacional.
  • Incoterms.
  • Terminales portuarias.
  • La carta de crédito.
  • Transporte Multimodal.
  • El contenedor
  • Riesgos en el transporte a granel
  • Las mercaderías peligrosas

SEGURO DE TRANSPORTES MARÍTIMOS, AÉREO Y FLUVIAL

  • El seguro marítimo. Condiciones generales. Condiciones particulares. Póliza Flotante. Cláusulas “A”, “B” y “C”. Generalidades sobre tarifación.
  • El seguro de transporte aéreo.
  • El seguro fluvial. La hidrovía Sudamericana.
  • La responsabilidad del transportador terrestre.
  • El Seguro de Transporte terrestre. Las Condiciones Generales. Riesgos básicos y adicionales. Mercaderías, tipos de vehículos y Tarifación. Tipos de pólizas.

SINIESTROS DE TRANSPORTES

  • La denuncia y la obligación del asegurado.
  • La revisación y la documentación requerida.
  • El salvataje.

EL SEGURO DE CASCO DE EMBARCACIONES

  • Coberturas para Embarcaciones de Placer.
  • Coberturas para Embarcaciones Comerciales.
  • Institute Fishing Vessel Clausses (IFVC).
  • Institute Time Clauses – Hulls (ITC & ITCH).
  • Institute Yactch Clauses (IYC).
  • Otras Cláusulas frecuentes.
  • Peritaje de Valuación y condición de la Embarcación.
  • Obligaciones del Asegurado.
  • Avería Gruesa.
  • Sue & Labor.
  • Salvamento.
  • Virtual mode

    Self-paced learning activities on the web, you can take the course at any time of the day at your own pace.

  • One month duration

    The platform is available during the period required to complete it.

  • Material

    Supplemental written material, and case -study exercises.

  • Final certification

    At the end of the course, you can automatically download a customized certificate.

  • Chat

    During the month of the course, a chat room is available, the facilitator supports learners, answers technical queries, ensuring that all learners can contribute and communicate in a positive and collaborative way.

  • One line sessions

    Three online (synchronic) optative sessions with lectures and instructor-led discussion

  • 25 hours

    Completing the course, takes about 25 hours, it may take more, or less, depending on your own speed and concentration.

The course is developed through our Virtual Campus, a platform specially designed for an agile and pleasant online learning experience with learning based on “case studies”.

Once registered, you will receive a password to access the Campus and you will be able to complete the course on the platform, which will be available 24 hours a day, every day of the week.

The course is a “case study” training, with real-world examples and three online sessions where an instructor-led discussion takes place, and where students gain critical thinking skills.

The activities are based on the analysis of a Business Interruption (gross profit basis) section of a widely used industrial insurance wording for facultative international insurance programs.

Gross Profit Base Coverage is also compared to Gross Income writing (US Form BI) and other time coverages such as DSU (Engineering Insurance) and LOPI (Oil and Gas Insurance).

Who should attend?

  • Those who work in risk management or oversee providing optimum insurance cover for commercial/industrial companies
  • Those who work as underwriters or with commercial responsibilities in insurance companies
  • Those who perform as insurance “brokers” or consultants on behalf the insureds.

What is the objective?

To improve of knowledge about the risks that affect the assets and liabilities, as well as the technical base and practical issues of commercial insurance underwriting.

Syllabus

  • Origin of BI Insurance
  • Coverage Basics
  • Insurable interest
  • Gross profit concept
  • The Indemnity Period
  • Fixed costs and variable costs
  • Rate of Gross Profit (RGP)
  • Seasonal activities
  • Reduction in turnover calculation
  • Business variations adjustments
  • Case of future sales at fix/predetermined prices
  • Coverage for wages – Dual Payroll or Dual Wage basis
  • Accumulated Stocks clause
  • Compensation in companies with several production lines or departments
  • Determination of the Insurable Sum, arriving a gross profit figure from a set of accounts
  • The gross profit on a company’s income statement.
  • Differences between accounting and insurance terms
  • Case of owned facilities Vs rental of facilities
  • Case company with current depreciation expenses Vs fully depreciated assets
  • Tax implications
  • Case of loss with two production lines (or departments)
  • Deductibles application – different type – waiting period
  • The Business Continuity Plan
  • Increased cost of working calculation
  • Risk Analysis
  • Alternative sources of supply – use of stocks
  • Interruption due to Machinery Breakdown
  • Interdependencies
  • Suppliers and Customers
  • Public Utilities
  • Denial of Access
  • Contingent Business Interruption (CBI)
  • Non-Damage Business Interruption NDBI (Wide Area Damage – Loss of Attraction)
  • The US form, difference with UK form policy
  • Gross earnings
  • Period of Restoration
  • Extended Period of liability
  • ALOP/DSU Coverage in CAR/EAR Policies
  • LOPI Coverage in Energy (Oil & Gas) Policies
  • Extra Expenses – Increased cost of working
  • 27F earthquake (Chile – 2010)
  • Boiler breakdown in Cellulose plant Brazil – 2017)
  • Fukushima Tsunami, BI extension to suppliers in CISCO (Japan – 2011)
  • Dismiss of access due run aground of Aristeas ship (Argentina – 2012)
  • Hurricane Kathrina damage at Hotel Orient Express, NDBI – (USA – 2005)
  • Ice Storm in Canada, Blackout (Canada – 1998)
  • Floods in Thailand Interdependence (Thailand 201)
  • “Bertha” TBM entrapment, ALOP (USA -2013)
  • Fire in “Guatapé” hydroelectric power plant (Colombia – 2016)
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