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Making the Difference, Passenger Mustering and Crowd Control
Recent events involving passenger ships have once again demonstrated the vital importance of a...
Drugs and Alcohol, A Manager's Guide
The MLC 2006 as amended includes guidelines on the safety and health education of seafarers,...
The Practical Management and Switching of Marine Fuels
In the highly competitive world of cargo carrying, shipowners face a number of serious issues....
Port State Control - Tightening the Net (Edition 3)
This programme explains that theobjective of Port State Control is to ensure that all the...
Heavy Lifts and Project Cargoes
Project cargoes present specific and sometimes complex handling issues, particularly if shipsa...
Social Media at Sea - Want to be Famous
It is a fact today that ships’ crews are much smaller in number than they used to be so there is...
Ebola - Staying Safe
This programme is designed to be a timely reminder of the dangers of Ebola, and how it could...
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STCW Marine Engineering
Cleaning, Engine Room Waste Management, Heavy Fuels, Hydraulics, Marine Lubrication...
VESSEL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Series of 8 titles
A complete update of the very successful Bridge Procedures and Bridge Resource Management series, this entirely new eight part training package takes as its foundation good resource management, and shows how important it is to every seafarer and how vital it is to...
The Practical Management and Switching of Marine Fuels Code No: 1203
In the highly competitive world of cargo carrying, shipowners face a number of serious issues. High fuel costs and strict emission controls directly influence the way a vessel’s fuel systems and engines are operated and managed. Having a thorough understanding of...
DIESEL ENGINE CRANKCASE LUBRICATING OILS Code No: 126
Aims to remind engineer officers of the importance of keeping diesel engine crankcase oils in optimum condition. This is to ensure long life of the oil, efficient engine operation and reduced wear of engine components. The film will study the problems faced in keeping...
Time: 27 minutes
HANDLING & TREATMENT OF HEAVY FUELS Code No: 143
The ever increasing world demand for crude oil based lighter distillate fuels inevitably impacts on the characteristics of the residues left for blending into marine bunkers. This video contains recommendations for handling and treating heavy fuel oils on board ship,...
Time: 25 minutes
INTERNAL CARE OF MARINE BOILERS Code No: 150
Considerable saving in operating costs will be achieved by strict control of boiler water treatment and analysis. A better safety record and operating efficiency result from an accurate control of feed water, boiler water and condensate quality no matter which type of...
Time: 25 minutes
HYDRAULIC OIL CONTAMINATION Code No: 166
Contamination is often found in the hydraulic systems on which much of the expensive, vital machinery aboard ship depends for its power and control. This video is about the dirt and water which can contaminate hydraulic fluid, enough to bring things to a grinding halt....
Time: 25 minutes
DIESEL FUEL INJECTION PUMPS Code No: 302
MICROBIAL PROBLEMS IN FUELS Code No: 322
The development of new diesel, gas oil and fuel oil products involves the use of new additives and materials. Fuel handling and distribution is also changing to suit the changing patterns of use. These two factors combine to create environments in which microbes may...
Time: 22 minutes
BASIC MARINE LUBRICATION Series of 3 titles
BASIC MARINE LUBRICATION SERIES - 3 PARTS PART 1 - PRINCIPLES OF LUBRICATION AND GENERAL APPLICATION PART 2 - LUBRICATION, SLOW AND MEDIUM SPEED MARINE DIESEL ENGINES PART 3 - LUBRICATION OF ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY ALARMS & PROTECTION DEVICES Code No: 528
This video has a powerful message for marine engineers. Engineering breakdowns on board ship can cause disastrous injuries to ship's personnel over and above the physical damage they can cause to machinery. For this reason entire systems of alarms and protection...
Time: 18 minutes
CHEMICAL WATER TREATMENT Code No: 539
This training video package, which focuses on competence in the use of chemicals to control water quality. Aimed at junior engineers, this video can be used to supplement on-board training. It stresses that the use of water is fundamental to a ship's safety and...
Time: 24 minutes
FUEL OIL BURNER THEORY AND DIAGNOSTICS Code No: 604
This video is designed to provide insights into basic burner design and an understanding of how and why they work. Troubleshooting and setting-up are the focus of this video. Plant performance can be closely dependent of the condition of the burner. Although it is a...