Governance

FLTC is a charitable not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, the Founding Members of which are the fishing and oil and gas industry associations SFF, and NFFO and Oil & Gas UK. Decisions of the FLTC Board are made by consensus, with each industry having equal weight.

Each Founding Member is entitled to appoint a Director (two for Oil & Gas UK). The agreement of all Founding Members is required for any change to the Memorandum of Association, the appointment or removal of Directors additional to Founding Members’ nominated Directors, and the choice of Company Secretary and Chairman. Should the Company be wound up, its property and business must be transferred to a similar charitable body and if that is not possible then to The Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen and/or the Royal National Lifeboat Institution or their successors, failing which to a body dedicated to the reduction of the risk of loss or damage from marine related incidents in U.K. waters.

FLTC BOARD

DIRECTORS

Charles Scott

Chairman

Elspeth Macdonald

SFF

Dale Rodmell

NFFO

John Skipper, OGUK

UKFTLC

Graham Elgie, OGUK

UKFLTC

OTHER ATTENDEES

Derek Duthie

Company Secretary

Wendy Kennedy, OPRED

Observer

FLTC SERVICES BOARD

As per FLTC Board

FLTCS TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

Steven Alexander

SFF

Valerie Appleyard

Apache

Bernie Bennett

OGUK

Janine Brand

OGUK

Matt Frow

SFIA

Mike Garratt

BP

Mark Grove-Smith

Total

Jonathan Hoare

CNRL

Tanya Knowles

OGA

David Lecore

OGA

Gary Robb

Schlumberger

Dale Rodmell

NFFO

Richard Salway

CDA

Charles Scott

FLTC

Andrew Studman

PLUG

Andrew Third

SFF

John Wibberley

Shell

FLTCS INVESTMENT COMMITTEE

Charles Scott

FLTC

Elspeth Macdonald

SFF

Dale Rodmell

NFFO

Derek Duthie

SFF

Graham Elgie

OGUK

John Skipper

OGUK

New version of FishSAFE unit

The much enhanced latest version of the FishSAFE unit will be available in late spring 2020. This version incudes substantial improvements to provide fishermen with the benefit of a state of the art aid to safety. Previous versions of the unit have proved invaluable with sales of over 300. The European Union and the Scottish Government have awarded grants to support the project.