Safety familiarization basic training and instruction

All seafarers employed or engaged in any capacity on board ship as
part of the ship’s complement with designated safety or pollution
prevention duties in the operation of the ship shall and receive appropriate basic training or

Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats

On meeting the minimum standard of competence in survival craft
and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats, a trainee will be
competent to operate life-saving appliances and take charge of a
survival craft or rescue boat during or after launch

Handling on ships carrying dangerous and hazardous substances

Trainees successfully completing this course will thereby be enabled
to contribute to the preparation and execution of the safe carriage of
dangerous goods and marine pollutants by sea

Medical first aid on board a ship

The training in this course aims to provide seafarers with the knowledge and skill in first aid to be able to take immediate effective action in the case of accident or illness likely to occur on board ship

Crane Operator and Maintenance

To provide the knowledge to masters, officers and ratings who is going to handle a cargo operations by means of a crane.

Ship Security Officer

1.Introduction, Course overview
2.Maritime Security Policy
3.Security Responsibilities
4.Ship Security Assessment
5.Security Equipment
6.Ship Security Plan
7.Threat Identification, Recognition, and
8.Ship Security Actions
9.Emergency Preparedness

Designated Security Duties Part A

1.Introduction, Overview
2.Maritime Security Policy
3.Security Responsibilities
4.Ship Security Assessment
5.Security Equipment
6.Threat Identification, Recognition and Response
7.Ship Security Actions
8.Emergency Preparedness, Drill and Exercises

Security Awareness Training Part A

1. Introduction, Overview of the course
2. Maritime Security Policy
3. Security Responsibilities
4. Threat Identification, Recognition and Response
5. Ship security actions
6. Emergency Preparedness, Drills and Exercises

Safety During Mooring Operation

1.Mooring arrangement and terminology
2.Safe mooring procedures
3.Practical exercises
4.Extras (optional)

Safety is a choice

• You are not a superman
• What does “safety first” mean?
• Safety is a common responsibility
• Be proud to say “stop”
• Stress coping
• Resilience
• Conflict handling
• Suicide warning signs

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