This one-day course is familiarize participants with focuses on specific areas to compliance with international regulation of safety enclosed space entry.
Risk assessment is an inherent part of a broader risk management strategy to introduce control measures to eliminate or reduce any potential risk-related consequences.
This course is intended to provide participants with an understanding all aspects of practical work on a ship, starting with the first step onto the ship’s ladder.
This three-days course is familiarize participants with ISM, ISPS, ISO, ILO MLC requirements, Quality/Health/Safety/Security auditing, theory and practice of auditing, methods, tools and auditor psychology, checklists, practical audit preparation, execution, follow up and monitoring, practical handling of audit findings and follow up.
This one-day course is familiarize participants how to manage the ballast water, which precautionary water uptake practices and either exchange, use of alternative discharge zones, retention of ballast water, and use of reception facilities or another approved method and how to deal with treatment which defined as a process of mechanical, physical, chemical or biological method to kill, remove or render infertile, harmful or potentially harmful organisms within ballast water.
The developed course raises awareness of threats and countermeasures, affects the cyber security management system, encouraging good cyber hygiene of the crew.
One-day course (4-5h) for all ship’s stuff who involved in operations on Ro-Ro and PCTC vessels. Intensive lecture material with multimedia tools.
In this globalized world, the maritime industry is characterized by an increasing mutlinationality of the crewmembers. For this reason, the knowledge of the English language is increasingly more important for the seafarers that wants to develop their career in the maritime sector.