The aim of this course is to provide information about ERMA FIRST BWTS components and overall system operation, in order to be prepared to operate the system.
The aim of this course is to help trainees become familiar with the philosophy, methods and means used to treat ballast water. The trainees will acquire basic knowledge of the various technologies currently applied on most commercial Ballast Water Treatment Systems; technologies that have prevailed in the market.
The aim of this course is to provide awareness of the Articles and Regulations of the Ballast Water Management Convention, the Guidelines accompanying the Convention, BWMP development, implementation and operation, BWRB keeping, the USCG Ballast water program and the EPA compliance.
Course category: COMMON Code: 1046 Who should attend: Ship and shore-based staff Objectives and Benefits: The aim of this course is to provide guidance to participants with regards to the selection of the suitable PPE and to enhance their understanding concerning the best use and maintenance of the equipment. Highlights Responsibilities (Personal responsibilities and duties, Qualified persons’ & Company’s…
The aim of this course is to enhance the understanding of what the Cyber Security is and provide information regarding the respective threats, the system’s vulnerabilities, the risk assessment process, the procedural and technical measures. Also, the course aims to alert and assist seafarers’ to tackle any cyber attack by responding effectively and achieve business continuity.
This course is intended to enhance participants’ understanding importance of obtaining the necessary rest Effects of sleep, schedules and the circadian rhythm on fatigue Effects of physical stressors on seafarers Effects of environmental stressors in and outside the ship and their impact on seafarers Effects of schedule changes on seafarer fatigue.
The aim of this course is to enhance participants understanding of the fundamentals of Behavior Based Safety (BBS) and to provide solid information regarding the effective implementation of BBS programs.
The aim of the course is to provide all crew members with the required information about fuel bunkering procedures, introducing all the necessary precautions to ensure onboard safety, environmental protection and Company’s reputation.
The purpose of this module is to prepare ship personnel on how to change over fuel properly, according to rules and regulations during the vessel’s voyage.
The aim of this course is to provide sea going personnel (Management and Operational) with the required information in order to prepare and respond effectively to inspections conducted in Australia and the United States.