Now with our partners, The Chris Mee Group, we can offer the total package of courses required for anyone gong to sea for the first time. These courses includes:
Personal Survival Techniques
Personal Safety and Social Responsibility
Elementary First Aid
Always great to get a good positive feedback at the end of the course.......
"Excellent instructors, the course was very professional and informative" (161103)
Crisis Management and Human BehaviourSTCW Code A-V/2
Crowd Management STCW Code A-V/3
Safety4sea reports that the London P&I Club has launched a new loss prevention publication StopLoss to address all issues related to cyber risk, potentially the biggest threat to both shipowners and their ships as the use of information technology spreads into all areas of the business.
European Maritime Safety Agency conducted a recent audit at Sea & Shore
Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention
Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Updating
Fire Prevention and Fire FightingSTCW Code A-V1/1-2
Medical First AidSTCW Code A-V1/4-1
(7/10/2016 World Maritime News) Merchant vessels transiting the Gulf of Aden and the western Indian Ocean should take protective measures as the risk of pirate attacks still exists, according to the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Personal Safety and Social Responsibility (PSSR)STCW Code A-V1/1-4
Personal Survival Techniques (PST) Update Training STCW '95: A-VI/1
Ocean Beyond Piracy (OBP) clarifies differances between security zones.
Six crew members were kidnapped from a general cargo ship which was attacked by pirates some 10 nautical miles off the Basilan Island, the Philippines, according to data provided by International Maritime Bureau (IMB).
Proficiency in Fast Rescue BoatsSTCW Code A-V1/2-2
Proficiency in Security AwarenessSTCW Code 1978
Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boat (PSC&RB)STCW Code A-V1/2-1
GREEN4SEA reports that the US Department of Justice has announced that a senior engineering officer employed by an Italian shipping company has been sentenced to eight months in prison for deliberately concealing a vessel’s discharge of oily waste into the sea.
The deadline of January 2017 is fast approaching.
If you still have not updated your training give Sea and Shore Safety Services Ltd a call. We have approvals to conduct these training courses so that you can continue to work after the implementation date.