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Designated Person Ashore (DPA) 1,200.00 $
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Designated Person Ashore (DPA)

December 2, 2020 / No Comments

Objectives To provide training about implementation and maintenance of a company‚Äôs Safety Management Code. Candidate Requirements Sound experience in shipping and ship operations and good knowledge of the ISM Code Who should attend: Shipping Companies: Superintendents, quality managers, designated persons, nautical officers, engineers Over View A key role in the effective implementation of a Safety…

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MLC Auditor 250.00 $
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MLC Auditor

November 10, 2020 / No Comments

For Whom This training course is of value to everyone whose duties involve matters of safety, maintenance and quality aspects and for the operations of ships, as well as other marine industry stakeholders. Attendees should be ship managers, personnel/crew managers, technical superintendents, designated persons, masters and ships officers Over View ILO MLC 2006 training course…

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ISM / ISPS Lead Auditor 950.00 $
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ISM / ISPS Lead Auditor

November 10, 2020 / No Comments

Objectives To qualify participants as Lead auditors (ISM, ISPS) enabling them to prepare and conduct 3rd party audits/verifications in accordance with accepted auditing principles. Entrance regulations Good knowledge of ISM Code, ISPS Code Who should attend: Shipping Companies: Designated Persons (ashore), Company Security Officers, Quality Managers, Superintendents, Nautical Officers, Engineers Over View With the introduction…

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IMDG Practitioner 300.00 $
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IMDG Practitioner

March 20, 2020 / No Comments

To Whom: Supervisors and Administrators, Warehouse personnel, clerical workers, customer service and sales personnel, and any others who need a general appreciation of the regulations Overview of the UN Model Regulations and the link between the IMDG Code and the UN Model Regulations for transport of dangerous goods, ADR Regulations, RID Regulations and Air Transport…

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  • 9 Students
Marine and offshore H2S Awareness 200.00 $
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Marine and offshore H2S Awareness

February 23, 2020 / No Comments

Objectives This course is designed to increase your awareness of how H2S is formed and where it can be found on-board Vessels and offshore construction. It will also show you how you can protect yourself from exposure and give advice about what to do if an emergency should occur On-board your Vessel or offshore construction…

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  • 68 Students
Marine Safety Officer 600.00 $
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Marine Safety Officer

February 23, 2020 / No Comments

The perfect eye opener for professionals in the safety and quality department in the maritime industry Objectives to provide detailed insight of the marine industry safety standards and ways to implement them within your company system FOR WHOM Marine companies Safety personnel, Ship owners, liner and passenger company personnel, mariners, officers, compliance, audit and training…

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  • 30 Students
Marine Incident Investigation & RCA 850.00 $
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Marine Incident Investigation & RCA

February 23, 2020 / No Comments

For Whom Personnel who may be required to investigate or participate in the investigation of complex incidents, including ship captains, chief engineers, port captains / superintendents, vessel / fleet managers, technical department managers, safety directors / managers or their equivalent Objectives To strengthen your skills and enable you to carry out an effective incident investigation,…

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  • 21 Students
Marine Project Management 2,000.00 $
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Marine Project Management

February 23, 2020 / No Comments

OBJECTIVE To provide participants with knowledge and skills of planning, execution, scheduling and cost control of a contracted job to ensure an integrated execution of the Marine project. FOR WHOM For Marine Managers and Section Heads involved in project management. Over View A project is any planned undertaking, whose end product must be defined in…

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  • 18 Students
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