Dear website visitors!
From June 1, 2020 OMTC will resume training.
We are waiting for you at the address: Odessa, Pastera, 16

Dear website visitors!
From June 1, 2020 OMTC will resume training.
We are waiting for you at the address: Odessa, Pastera, 16

Dear website visitors!
From June 1, 2020 OMTC will resume training.
We are waiting for you at the address: Odessa, Pastera, 16

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SAFETY FAMILIARIZATION, BASIC TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION FOR ALL SEAFARERS

 

Certification       DNV-GL approved

Course level       basic

Teaching language  russian, english

Course objective                  Acquiring knowledge, understanding and proficiency necessary for performing duties and carrying the responsibility prescribed by Regulation VI/1 of International Convention STCW and standard А-VI/1 STCW Code, taking into account of typical IMO Model Courses: 1.19 – Personal Survival Techniques; 1.20 – Fire Prevention And Fire Fighting; 1.13 – Elementary First Aid; 1.21 – Personal Safety And Social Responsibilities.    
      
Course content 

  • Survival at sea in the event of ship abandonment
    • Types of emergency situations which may occur, such as collision, fire, foundering
    • Types of life-saving appliances normally carried on ships
    • Equipment in survival craft
    • Location of personal life-saving appliances
    • Principles concerning survival, including: value of training and drills; personal protective clothing and equipment; need to be ready for any emergency; actions to be taken when called to survival craft stations; actions to be taken when required to abandon ship; actions to be taken when in the water; actions to be taken when aboard a survival craft; main dangers to survivors 
  • Minimization the risk of fire and maintain a state of readiness to respond to emergency situations involving fire
    • Shipboard fire-fighting organization
    • Location of fire-fighting appliances and emergency escape routes
    • The elements of fire and explosion (the fire triangle)
    • Types and sources of ignition
    • Flammable materials, fire hazards and spread of fire
    • The need for constant vigilance
    • Actions to be taken on board ship
    • Fire and smoke detection and automatic alarm systems
    • Classification of fire and applicable extinguishing agents
    • Fighting and extinguishing fires
  • Fire-fighting equipment and its location on board
    • Instruction in: fixed installations; fire-fighter’s outfits; personal equipment; fire-fighting appliances and equipment; fire-fighting methods; fire-fighting agents; fire-fighting procedures; use of breathing apparatus for fighting fires and effecting rescues
  • Taking immediate action upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency
    • Assessment of needs of casualties and threats to own safety
    • Appreciation of body structure and functions
    • Understanding of immediate measures to be taken in cases of emergency, including the ability to: position casualty; apply resuscitation techniques; control bleeding; apply appropriate measures of basic shock management; apply appropriate measures in event of burns and scalds, including accidents caused by electric current; rescue and transport a casualty; improvise bandages and use materials in the emergency kit
  • Complying with emergency procedures
    • Types of emergency which may occur, such as collision, fire, foundering
    • Knowledge of shipboard contingency plans for response to emergencies
    • Emergency signals and specific duties allocated to crew members in the muster list; muster stations; correct use of personal safety equipment
    • Action to take on discovering potential emergency, including fire, collision, foundering and ingress of water into the ship
    • Action to take on hearing emergency alarm signals
    • Value of training and drills
    • Knowledge of escape routes and internal communication and alarm systems
  • Taking precautions to prevent pollution of the marine environment
    • Basic knowledge of the impact of shipping on the marine environment and the effects of operational or accidental pollution on it
    • Basic environmental protection procedures
    • Basic knowledge of complexity and diversity of the marine environment
  • Observing safe working practices
    • Importance of adhering to safe working practices at all times
    • Safety and protective devices available to protect against potential hazards aboard ship
    • Precautions to be taken prior to entering enclosed spaces
    • Familiarization with international measures concerning accident prevention and occupational health
  • Contribution to effective communications on board ship
    • Understanding the principles of, and barriers to, effective communication between individuals and teams within the ship
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective communications
  • Contribution to effective human relationships on board ship
    • Importance of maintaining good human and working relationships aboard ship
    • Basic teamworking principles and practice, including conflict resolution
    • Social responsibilities; employment conditions; individual rights and obligations; dangers of drug and alcohol abuse
  • Understanding and taking necessary actions to control fatigue
    • Importance of obtaining the necessary rest
    • Effects of sleep, schedules, and the circadian rhythm on fatigue
    • Effects of physical stressors on seafarers
    • Effects of environmental stressors in and outside the ship and their impact on seafarers
    • Effects of schedule changes on seafarer fatigue


Entry requirements  Course is intended for all seafarers

Number of participants    maximum 16

Course duration  8 working days (primary training)

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