This course is designed to meet the requirements of STCW mandatory requirements and specification of minimum standards of competence for all seafarers engaged in any capacity on board ships on the business of that ship as part of the ship’s compliment .
Specific Course Outline:
SAFETY & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
The instructional objectives are:
Þ Comply with emergency procedure
Þ Types of emergency
Þ Knowledge of shipboard contingency plan and emergency signals & duties
Þ Action to be taken on discovery of potential danger
Þ Value of training and drills
Þ Action to be taken on hearing emergency alarm signals
Þ Observe safe working practice
Þ Ability to understand orders & communicate with others
Þ Understand fully social responsibilities
PERSONAL SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES
Þ Types of emergency situation
Þ Principles concerning survival
Þ Emergency response actions
ELEMENTARY FIRST AID
Þ Rescue & Transport a casualty
Þ Identify main dangers to survivors in an emergency.
Þ Applying resuscitation techniques.
FIRE PREVENTION & FIRE FIGHTING
Þ Safety Principles
Þ Theory of Fire
Þ Fire hazards and fire spread
METHOD OF DELIVERY
The student will be taken through practical exercises to demonstrate the level of competence required. Apart from the continuous evaluation of the trainee, there will be examination in both the written and practical, this includes the use of life jackets and Immersion suits, entering water form a height, righting an inverted life-raft boarding & operating small craft & equipment. The maximum number of participants is fifteen.
COST: US$385.00.00 per person
DURATION: FIVE (5) days