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Target Group: Seamen Rating, Tug Crew And Mooring Hands


Course Objective At the end of the course, participants will be able to demonstrate
proper use of deck equipment and safety and fire fighting
equipment
Course Content
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a.c Introduction
b.c Principles of survival at sea
c.c Alarm Signals
d.c Survival crafts
e.c Personal Life Saving appliances
f.c Life Rafts
g.c Life Raft construction and fittings
h.c Life raft equipment and its use
i.c Personal life saving appliances demonstration

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a.c theory of combustion
b.c classification of fires
c.c fire extinguishers - purpose, use, colour coding
d.c breathing apparatus
e.c search and rescue
f.c fire prevention
g.c fixed installations
h.c dangerous gases
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a.c Emergency
b.c Wearing personal safety equipment
c.c Lifting weights
d.c Static Electricity Dangers
e.c Enclose spaces
f.c Access
g.c Painting
h.c Communication among crew members
i.c Prevention of pollution from ships
j.c Environmental protection procedure
k.c Pollution from garbage
l.c Marpol oil discharge procedure

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a.c Introduction to First Aid
b. c Shock: Signs and Symptoms
c.c Action at an Emergency
d.c The unconscious casualty
e.c Management of shock
f.c Control of bleeding
g.c Burns, scals and electric currents
h. c Fractures
i.c Rescue and transportation of casualty

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a.c Common types of tugs and characteristics
b.c Parts of a tugboat
c.c Common terms
d.c Tug Equipment such as lights and signalling appliances
e.c Use of all deck Equipment.
f.c Towing configurations and line handling
g.c Technical specifications of the towing gear
h.c The procedures and order of events for making fast and letting go
towline
i.c Towing hazards
j.c Towing Equipment maintenance
k.c Towing off a vessel aground
l.c Tidal times and heights
m.c Towing along side
n.c Berthing a tow
o.c Using an anchor to turn
p.c Safety of the personal and equipment as well as vessel
q.c Lights and shapes of towing vessel, towed vessel , partially submerged
vessel, towing and pushing vessels as well as other vessels.

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a.c Knots, bends and hitches
b.c Common splices
c.c Parcel and serve a splice
d.c Whipping and seizings
e.c Care, use and storage of ropes and wires
f.c Stoppers for ropes and wires
g.c Slinging of stages and bosun¶s chair
h.c Hydrostatic Release Unit - HRU
i.c Securing the deck for severe weather
j.c Hatches and watertight doors
k.c Anchor cables
l. c Code of Safe Working Practice for Merchant Seamen (COSWP) 1998

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a.c Steering Principles 1hr
b.c Steering terms 2hrs
c.c Compass reading in 360degree notation 1hr
d.c Hand steering and Auto pilot if applicable 5hrs

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a.c Communication using VHF and all available means 2hrs
b.c Distress signals and their uses 1hr
c.c Man overboard procedure 0.5hr
d.c Knowledge evaluation 2hrs

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a.c Checks to be made before starting, during running and after stopping
for diesel & petrol engine.
b.c Periodic checks on engines and electrical system including spark plugs,
water filter, etc.
c.c How to bleed the fuel system and manage spare parts carried on-board
d.c Changing Lubricating oil