The aim of this course is to provide guidance to the Master and the crew of a vessel regarding the plan and procedures for recovering persons from the water and to make them familiar with cold water survival techniques.
During the course trainees will be familiarized with the following subjects: Gastrointestinal (GI) illnesses, Foodborne illnesses, causes and prevention, Equipment and facilities (related to food and other areas), Food protection, Hazard analysis critical control points (what they are and how to apply them), Potable water (protection and handling), Housekeeping and infection control.
This course is intended to provide participants with the qualification for assessing seafarer level of competence in accordance with international provisions as well as selecting and organizing assessment methodologies. The course is based on key topics of IMO Model Courses 1.30 “On board Assessment” and 3.12 “Assessment, Examination & Certification of Seafarers”, STCW Regulation I/6, A-I/6 and is interactive.
Mooring is one of the most common and complex operations onboard. By completing this course the student will be able to identify hazards associated with mooring operations and comprehend all the relevant procedures on safe mooring operations. The course is based on requirements of STCW Section A-II / Table A-II/2, Table A-II/3, Table A-II/4.
Under the International Safety Management (ISM) code, every ship must appoint a Ship Safety Officer (SSO) who has the knowledge, experience, and skills to look over the important safety issues related to ship safety and crew’s well-being.
Every ship is required to implement specific rules and regulations (ISM code, MCA publication, IMO Resolution A.1050 (27), ISGOTT Chapter 10 and MSC.1/Circ 1401) regarding enclosed space entry, which is considered a potentially hazardous activity on board a vessel.
Provides guidance on how to record a wide variety of operations by following the IMO guidance (including handling of bilge water and sludge, bunkering and fuel tank ballast operations). A number of common sources of oil record book mistakes are highlighted, together with the IMO recommended way of making corrections. Guidance on how to keep accurate records that will provide evidence to Port State Control that the ship has handled oil and oily waste correctly and that the regulations have been complied with.
Upon the completion of the course, the participants will have a thorough knowledge of the regulations of Annex V of MARPOL and be able to identify opportunities for further improving the current garbage management plan and implement actions that can easily ensure compliance and an environmentally sound waste management in harmony with the established environmental standards of the company. The course also includes garbage collection, processing, storage, disposal and record-keeping, using the Garbage Record Book from the person responsible.
Upon the completion of the course, the participants will have a thorough knowledge of the regulations of Annex V of MARPOL and be able to identify opportunities for further improving the current garbage management plan and implement actions that can easily ensure compliance and an environmentally sound waste management in harmony with the established environmental standards of the company.