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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...
Build your knowledge
This updated series comprises four programmes focusing on survival on board ship. The series reinforces seafareras abandonment and survival training and supplements shipas personal survival manuals. It represents the most up to date advice being given by the IMO and MCA. The programmes details procedures for both commercial vessels and passenger vessels and are designed to be viewed individually or watched as a complete series.
STCW, SOLAS, LSA Code
Mustering Code No: 1114
This programme beings by addressing the basic question aWhy do we muster?a It goes on to detail how to do it properly, how to account for everybody on the ship, and probably most importantly, what jobs and tasks are allocated to each crew member and how they should...
Lifeboats Code No: 1115
This second programme in the series concentrates on both freefall and fully enclosed davit launched type lifeboats on commercial ships, and partially enclosed davit launched lifeboats on passenger ships. It also gives mention to open lifeboats. The programme show ...
Liferafts Code No: 1116
This programme shows the correct method of launching both throw-over and davit launched types of life raft. The programme also addresses the correct procedure for embarkation, how to launch from the ship in the davit type and how to ensure the rapid deployment of the...
Survival and Rescue Code No: 1117
While the first three parts of this series concentrate on abandoning ship safety, the final part of this series deals with surviving afterwards. Both life on board a raft and a lifeboat are shown in this programme, addressing how to apportion food, seasickness...
MUSTER LISTS, DRILLS & HELICOPTER OPERATIONS Code No: 678
The topics covered include: The muster list and the functions contained in it. General Emergency Alarm signal and the location of the muster or assembly stations. Regular drills must be held and substitute leaders should regularly take charge of the special parties...
ENCLOSED LIFEBOATS, FREEFALL LIFEBOATS RESCUE BOATS Code No: 679
The topics covered include: totally enclosed lifeboats. Their special life-saving features. The correct boarding of the totally enclosed lifeboat. The role of the coxswain and the lowering of the totally enclosed lifeboat from the ship and from within the lifeboat. How...
LIFERAFTS & OPEN LIFEBOATS Code No: 680
The topics covered include: The preparation and inflation of davit launched liferafts. Checking and boarding of davit launched liferafts. Lowering from within the liferaft. Marine Evacuation systems, their deployment and boarding. Marin-Ark Marine Evacuation System,...
SURVIVAL Code No: 681
It cannot be stressed too strongly that your ship is your best lifeboat. Abandonment should only be considered as a very last resort. The four principal dangers to be faced; 1) drowning 2) the inability to maintain body temperature 3) lack of water 4) lack of food. The...