Occupational health and safety for general industry in accordance to OSHA Standards
- 36 (Registered)
The perfect eye opener for professionals in the safety and quality department in the maritime industry
to provide detailed insight of the marine industry safety standards and ways to implement them within your company system
Marine companies Safety personnel, Ship owners, liner and passenger company personnel, mariners, officers, compliance, audit and training managers, lawyers and government specialists
Most of the accidents at sea are due to Human Error. Human error can be reduced by proper training and motivation. Accidents mainly happen due to lack of management, taking shortcuts, complacency, attitudes, etc.
The responsibilities to avoid accidents flow from the top down; from the shore establishment to the Master, to each and every individual aboard. “Safety awareness” by all hands is the biggest single factor in reducing accidents.
The role of the Marine Safety Officer is to promote Safety Culture by training and motivating the crew. And continuously inspecting and auditing the vessels against the requirements of SOLAS and the ISM code. It is the desire of every seafarer to work in a safe and healthy environment.
Neglecting safety not only endangers an individual’s life but also his colleagues. It can have serious implications on one’s health and the marine environment besides down time and financial losses.
The course is based on the Guidelines given in the STCW Code 2010 Table A-II/2 & A-III/2 and IMO Model Course 3.11 (Marine Accident & Incident Investigation).
- Responsibilities and duties of the Shipboard Safety Officer.
- Brief introduction to SOLAS, ISM & LSA Code.
- Conducting Safety Meetings and spreading safety awareness on board.
- Risk assessment.
- Accident theory and accident investigation.
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