Crises, disasters and accidents can happen everywhere, including on sea-going vessels. On board passenger ships and ro-ro ships, there is not only the crew to deal with but also passengers who are under pressure.
Objective of the course
After completing this courses, the participant has acquired knowledge and skills on how to act effectively on board passenger- and/or ro-ro passenger vessels in case of emergencies related to passenger and cargo safety and hull watertightness.
Masters, Chief engineers, Chief mates, Second engineers and anyone responsible and/or designated for the safety of passengers, cargo and ship in emergency situations.
Conditions for participation
During the course Crises Management & Human Behaviour, the following components will be discussed:
- organize shipboard emergencies
- optimize the use of resources
- control response to emergencies
- control of pax and personnel
During the course Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety and Hull Integrity, the following components will be discussed:
- loading and embarkation, dangerous goods, securing cargo
- stability, securing hull openings, ro-ro deck atmospheres
Upon successful completion of the course, the participant will receive the certificate:
- Proficiency in Crisis Management & Human Behaviour, STCW reg. V/2, par. 8, Section A-V/2-4, table A-V/2-2
- Proficiency in Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety and Hull Integrity Training, STCW reg. V/2, par. 8, Section A-V/2-5
Crisis Management & Human Behaviour 1,5 days
Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety & Hull Integrity 0,5 day
Number of participants
Minimum 6, maximum 12 participants
08.30 – 17.00 hour (each day)
No course dates available. Dates on request: firstname.lastname@example.org