It is vital for seafarer to understand that PSC preparation is not a last-minute routine before arrival port, instead it is a continuous ongoing process and part of daily routine. Ship should be always ready for any inspection. Course is designed to give seafarer understanding of how PSC works, what is the role of PSC inspector, what PSC inspector is looking for during inspection and conduct of shipâ€™s staff during PSC inspection. When seafarer understand well, the significance of PSC inspections, it will help them to overcome their fear of inspections and assist in promoting safety culture which result in clean seas and safer ships.
SAFETY FIRST is the tag line posted everywhere on ship but still every year accidents and injuries cost millions, to the shipping industry. This course is designed especially for ratings, as they are more prone to hazardous conditions like working aloft, over side, on deck or inside tanks. Aim of the course is to provide them guidance on the best working practises and knowledge about importance of risk assessment and work permits.
Shipping industry recognizes environmental protection as one of its highest priorities and that every effort should be made to conserve and protect the environment from any form of pollutions. Regular updating on the subject, is an important part of training to avoid complacency. Aim of the course is to refresh the seafarer about the MARPOL annexes, update them with latest amendments in regulations and share current good practises followed in the industry.
Risk assessment is an important tool to identify the hazards and avoiding an accident. Without RA, injury and incident numbers would go much higher. Risk assessment helps in evaluation of each hazard associated with the risks in terms of the likelihood of harm and its potential aftermath. Aim of the course is to guide seafarer how to carry out the risk assessment properly covering hazard identification, risk evaluation, identification and implementation of control measures, communication, monitoring and review the risk assessment.
All Incidents should be treated as opportunities to learn and improve. Start with the basics and by collecting facts.â€ The Purpose of the course is to introduce you to the philosophy, processes and procedures required to support an incident investigation. Participant will learn how to find the causes leading to undesired event by using the combination of most reliable methods for conducting investigation without the negative figure-pointing & blame
Course is about familiarisation of electronic engines both RT FLEX and ME engines, each in separate course. Module covers various aspects from design features to operational principles of engines also covering trouble shooting and acquaintance with Human Interface Screens which control / display vital engine parameters. It will be a comprehensive solution to impart basic knowledge to engineers.
Safe and smooth vessel operation can be ensured only when our Deck officers are familiar with working principles and operational procedure of Machineries. Smooth operation of machineries can be ensured only when correct starting and stopping procedures are followed. Course covers engineering knowledge about deck machineries to give them insight about correct operational procedures.
Maritime English is used by seafarers and by individuals working in the shipping and shipbuilding industry. Maritime English lies in the domain of workplace English. Merchant ships are used for global trade and the communication gap between different nationalities is bridged by English. Ships’ crews and shipping-industry personnel are necessary to conduct a ship safely to destination and deliver commodities efﬁciently while, at the same time, protecting the marine environment.