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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....
ColRegs & IALA Buoyage Training Course
This course is in two parts and examines in great detail two essential topics for deck officers...
Maritime Security Awareness Training Course
Stories about pirate attacks, terrorism, stowaways, drug and gun smuggling and organised crime are...
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PERSONAL SAFETY ON BOARD
Research indicates that promoting accident prevention on board reduces injuries, many of which are small in nature but can result in expensive medical treatment, legal and other associated costs.
It looks closely at ways of safeguarding and improving the personal safety of everyone on board ship. Its overall objective is to reduce the number of personal injuries that occur on board. Some of the videos are devoted to certain areas of the ship the others to specific types of ship.
The series has 13 modules:-
The first module is designed for briefing senior staff and safety officers on board and for them to use in training junior officers. The rest of the videos in the series are suitable for training all sea staff.
PERSONAL SAFETY IN THE ACCOMMODATION Code No: 554
The basic safety rules are highlighted by featuring two seamen whose behaviour changes dramatically when they come off duty. On deck, in workshops and other areas, they are models of thoughtfulness and professionalism, but as soon as they stop work they undergo a...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON DECK Code No: 555
This video portrays accidents on deck involving lifting, mooring, ladders, electricity, corrosive materials and many more, as well as the correct procedure in each case. The viewer is shown in a factual and convincing way what damage can be done to the human body when...
PERSONAL SAFETY IN THE ENGINE ROOM Code No: 556
In the engine room everyone has to ensure the hazards which exist do not result in personal injury. Realistic scenes show the value of correct protective clothing and how to deal with the hazards of working with machinery, hand tools and welding equipment. Advice is...
PERSONAL SAFETY IN THE GALLEY Code No: 557
This module looks at the significance of safe working practices and good hygiene in the galley. Spills, trips and falls are shown and correct techniques described when lifting hot or heavy objects. Careful use and storage of knives and mechanical slicers are shown. The...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON BULK CARRIERS Code No: 558
This module shows personnel how to avoid the most common forms of accident which occur on bulk carriers. These include entering restricted areas, failing to wear a hard hat, smoking near hatches and the special risks associated with some cargoes. Each risk is depicted...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON GENERAL CARGO SHIPS Code No: 559
This module shows the personal consequences of gambling with safety on board cargo ships. The presenter tells the story of his misfortune; when he took a chance and ignored some elementary safety precautions during his work on the deck, as an electrician. His friend...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON CONTAINER SHIPS Code No: 560
This is the story of Abu, who fell when he didn't bother using a portable ladder. He lay for what felt like hours before anyone found him. If only he'd said he was going on deck at night to carry out his routine checks. Abu would have kicked himself for being so...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON TANKERS - PART 9 Code No: 561
Research indicates that promoting accident prevention on board reduces injuries, many of which are small in nature but result in expensive medical treatment, legal and other associated costs. This series looks closely at ways of safeguarding and improving the...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON CAR CARRIERS & RORO'S Code No: 562
Car carriers and RoRos present special; risks arising from their specific design features and cargo operations. For this reason, all personnel joining such trips must attend special training programmes. The module stresses the importance and preparation prior to cargo...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON PASSENGER SHIPS Code No: 563
When people are in a holiday mood, acting safely is rarely at the top of their list of priorities. The message of this video is that crew have to watch out for the safety of the passengers as well as doing their own job safely, using the correct procedures. Passengers...
THE SHIPBOARD MANAGEMENT ROLE (EDITION 2) Code No: 969
This module sets the scene by looking at what senior management on board and ashore can do to promote and sustain good personal safety. The main message is clear: safety must become a key issue in all management decisions and the shore office needs to take the lead. On...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON TANKERS (EDITION 2) Code No: 970
This module discusses relevant issues on all types of tankers. It looks firstly at enclosed spaces, which should only be entered after the most thorough checks. Everywhere on board good housekeeping, proper maintenance of mechanical equipment and regular inspections...
PERSONAL SAFETY ON CHEMICAL TANKERS Code No: 980
Chemical tankers are complicated ships with demanding cargo operations. They carry many different cargo parcels on each voyage, with each different chemical representing a potential threat to personal safety. This video emphasises that the most important defence...