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Inspection of Engine Room Condition and Safety for Captains – Survey Simulator Workshop

This course aiming at high-quality and efficient inspection of ER safety required to be carried out by the master of a vessel.

Objectives

This course is aimed at high-quality and efficient inspection of ER safety required to be carried out by the master of a vessel.


Entrance regulations

None

Who should attend:
Captains, deck senior officers who plan and expect to become captains, ship owner’s shore staff whose duty is to inspect vessel’s engine room, ISM internal auditors, engine room officers/crew who wants to increase their knowledge about safety conditions of their working environment

Duration: 1 day


ISM Code describes Master’s responsibility with regard to verification that specified requirements related to safety are observed. These requirements cover also engine room which is – according to statistics – the most common area where fires break out.
Companies’ Safety Management System normally requires a master to check regularly engine room condition and often contains procedures for evaluation of chief engineer/ER crew by the master with respect to duties and qualifications related to safety matters.
This course takes place in Gdynia, Poland.


The course focuses on:

During the course all participants – masters or experienced deck officers – after a short familiarization with the Survey Simulator – will carry out inspection of an engine room on individual computer stations. Deficiencies found will be documented by taking pictures.
Once inspection is finished participants will present their findings on the big screen. Reasons, impact on safety, compliance with relevant rules, possible consequences, rectification method and corrective/preventive action will be discussed, guided by the trainer.
At the end of the session re-inspection of the same ER but with different findings or located in different places will be carried out in order to consolidate and check the knowledge gained.

Objectives

This course is aimed at high-quality and efficient inspection of ER safety required to be carried out by the master of a vessel.


Entrance regulations

None

Who should attend:
Captains, deck senior officers who plan and expect to become captains, ship owner’s shore staff whose duty is to inspect vessel’s engine room, ISM internal auditors, engine room officers/crew who wants to increase their knowledge about safety conditions of their working environment

Duration: 1 day


ISM Code describes Master’s responsibility with regard to verification that specified requirements related to safety are observed. These requirements cover also engine room which is – according to statistics – the most common area where fires break out.
Companies’ Safety Management System normally requires a master to check regularly engine room condition and often contains procedures for evaluation of chief engineer/ER crew by the master with respect to duties and qualifications related to safety matters.
This course takes place in Gdynia, Poland.


The course focuses on:

During the course all participants – masters or experienced deck officers – after a short familiarization with the Survey Simulator – will carry out inspection of an engine room on individual computer stations. Deficiencies found will be documented by taking pictures.
Once inspection is finished participants will present their findings on the big screen. Reasons, impact on safety, compliance with relevant rules, possible consequences, rectification method and corrective/preventive action will be discussed, guided by the trainer.
At the end of the session re-inspection of the same ER but with different findings or located in different places will be carried out in order to consolidate and check the knowledge gained.

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