Trainees knowledge will be updated to 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.
The aim of this course is to raise awareness on the hazardous factors that might lead to an accident during a mooring operation. Through cause analysis of a mooring incident trainees become aware of the mooring operation risks and how to avoid any accident.
No matter how well prepared and trained you are for any onboard operation, still there are many factors that can lead to an incident. All the onboard tasks are important. Avoiding grounding, however, is the topmost one. The aim of the course is to prepare onboard staff throught refleactive learning from a grounding incident.
Most of the accidents that occur on board are during typical operations. One of the typical operations is mooring. The factors that might lead to mooring accidents are weather conditions, equipment failures or misuse, while the most common are human errors. The aim of this course is to raise awareness on the hazardous factors that might lead to an accident during a mooring operation.
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…
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.