Shipboard Safety Officer

Duration: 2 days

Course Objectives and Benefits

This course offers delegates comprehensive understanding of implementing, monitoring and continually complying with an effective Safety Management System in combination with the requirements of the latest applicable Maritime Industry Standards. Detailed reference is made to vessel operations in line with TMSA Element 9, analysis of this impact on Safety Management, both shore–based and ship-board, along with reference to current regulatory and other requirements. In addition, the course raises the awareness of participants on the day to day implementation of the Safety Officer's duties and responsibilities in line with sound Safety Management Procedures and Practices &  IMO model course 3.11

Course Highlights

The course uses presentations and consolidated workshops to illustrate the following:
•The role of IMO on Safety
•International Conventions
•ISM Code Requirements, Safety Management Systems
•Continual improvement process
•Flag State and Port State Control
•TMSA Requirements
•Application of Risk based methodology
•Permit to Work Systems, Shipboard Operations
•Emergency Preparedness, Communications
•Safety and Training
•Safety Officer, duties and responsibilities
•Personnel Safety and Shipboard Training
•Human Factors, Lessons to be learnt
•Maintaining the Integrity of an effective SMS

The presentations and course material are in English. The course is based on case studies, applicable examples and group discussion.
Who Should Attend
Shipboard and shore-based safety officers.

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