Train the student to comply with the competence regulations required to assume the works, tasks and Responsibilities in the Fields indicated in Sections A-VI / 1.3 of the International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for seafarers of 1978, STCW.
All personnel who are part of the ship’s crew and who carry out maritime professional functions, as well as those entrusted with safety or pollution prevention tasks related to ship operations, under the Vessel Obligations and Consignment Chart, of the On-Board Emergency Plan in case of Hydrocarbon Pollution or the Safety Management Manual.
- Personal survival techniques including but not limited to: placing life jacket, put on and use immersion suit, jump safely into the water from a certain height, make a life raft, swim wearing a life jacket, stay afloat without a life jacket, get on a survival boat.
- Prevention and fire fighting including but not limited to: use different types of portable fire extinguishers, use the self-contained breathing apparatus, extinguish fire fighting small fires, in enclosed spaces full of smoke carrying a self-contained breathing apparatus.
16 practical hours.
Does not apply
30 and 31 January