I denne kategorien finner du sikkerhetskurs i alle former for sjøfart. Eksempler på temaer for slike kurs er; livbåtfører, medisinsk førstehjelp på skip, STCW, helikopterevakuering, alarmreaksjonslag, brannvern, mann over bord osv. Ta kontakt med oss hvis du ikke finner det du er på jakt etter.
Vi tilbyr kurs i BRM - Bridge Resource Management (STCW-2010). Målsettingen med kurset er å forbedre styring og ledelsens ferdigheter for å sikre sikker drift.
Vi tilbyr kurs i ERM - Engine Room Resource Management (STCW-2010).
Vi tilbyr IMO 60 (50) Grunnleggende sikkerhetskurs (STCW-2010 A-VI/1-1, 1-2, 1-3, 1-4).
Vi tilbyr kurs i IMO 60 Rep. underordnet mannskap (12 mnd. seilingstid siste 5 år).
Vi tilbyr IMO 80 Oppdatering for Dekksoffiserer uten medisinsk behandling. Kursets mål er å oppdatere dekksoffiserer for å møte kravene til repetisjon iht. STCW2010.
Vi tilbyr IMO 80 Oppdatering for Maskinoffiserer (A-VI/2-1,3,4-1). Kursets mål er å oppdatere maskinoffiserer for å møte kravene til repetisjon iht. STCW2010.
Vi tilbyr NOROG Grunnleggende sikkerhet, grunnkurs. Kurset skal gi grunnleggende kompetanse i sikkerhetsrutiner, sjøredning, forebygging av arbeidsulykker og aktuell verne, brann og redningsutstyr på innretningen.
Vi tilbyr NOROG grunnleggende sikkerhet - repetisjonskurs. Kurset skal gi deltagerne vedlikeholdt og oppdatert kompetanse innen personlig redning og førstelinje brannbekjempelse, med førstehjelp og forebyggende sikkerhet.
Vi tilbyr NOROG Livbåtfører konvensjonell livbåt - grunnkurs.
Vi tilbyr passasjer- og krisehåndteringskurs / Crowd and Crisis.
This CBT covers aspects of an anchor handling operation undertaken by a vessel. Extensive use is made of video, recorded on an anchor handler during an operation to lay out an anchor.
In order to operate the auxiliary boiler plant at a safe and efficient way it is necessary to properly understand all the components in a steam system. Seagull has developed a CBT covering the auxiliary boiler plant, the control systems and safety precautions.
This course is designed to provide the tools to improve and develop seafarer safety behaviour and improve safety awareness. The key steps in developing seafarer safety (OAPE) are identified along with the vital role of behaviour based safety in developing a good safety culture.
One of the reasons why officers have problem giving feedback is that they don´t quite know what to say or how to say it. They find the situation awkward, particularly when they have to give critical feedback. As a result, problems are left unaddressed, and they often get even worse.
Assisting in training needs for the more hazardous tasks involved in Offshore operations this module has been developed in consultation with offshore experts and also mandatory legislation and guidelines.
This course illustrates the serious health, job performance and legal implications of alcohol and drug abuse, with particular attention given to the hazards of substance abuse in the maritime workplace.
The offshore unit is a workplace that requires not only sufficient technical skills but also good cooperation and team work among the crew. There are many factors that destroy good cooperation, and one of these is the prevalence of harassment and bullying.
This is Seagull’s Advanced level module on the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code, for seafarers with immediate responsibility for the loading, discharging and care in transit or handling of dangerous, hazardous or harmful packaged goods.
This training is designed to create awareness of hearing-loss hazards in the maritime workplace: to underscore the importance of taking adequate precautions to prevent hearing damage: and to provide practical knowledge about the proper selection, use and maintenance of hearing-protection equipment.
Accidents cost money: whether crew change and medical costs for personnel or clean up costs and fines for pollution. Chapter IX of SOLAS requires the safe management of ships through compliance with the ISM Code.
This training module is designed to train navigators in the practical use of the JRC ECDIS and satisfy the requirement for ‘Equipment Specific ECDIS Training’.
For personnel of various nationalities on board vessels, which do trade around the world, effective communication among themselves and between ship and shore is critically important.
This module gives a brief overview on the roles of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and the International Labor Organization (ILO) with respect to maritime conventions.
This is a basic training program in marine environment awareness for offshore personnel at management, operational as well as on support level.
This e-learning course will provide all necessary understanding and practical knowledge of how to operate the MARIS ECDIS900 system in a safe and efficient manner.
The main objective of this training programme is to educate the user as to how to provide medical care to sick and injured persons while they remain on board. Another objective is to enable the student to participate in coordinated schemes for medical assistance on board ships.
Many people often feel that holding a meeting is a waste of time. They say so, because meetings sometimes create confusion rather than provide clarity. However, a well-organized meeting is an effective venue for discussions of crucial issues within an organization.
This module introduces the learner to experiential knowledge. It highlights the importance of mentoring, the role of a mentor and how experiential knowledge is passed on.
A modern marine electrical plant is a very complex system that demands trained personnel to ensure safe and economical operation. This CBT module will give understanding of basic principle of synchronous generators,and paralleling of generators, the main switchboard, and the power management system.
Permits To Work are integral safety systems that control and manage risks which arise during hazardous tasks on board. They ensure all personnel are mindful of their roles and responsibilities.
In an emergency situation the crewmembers must be familiar with the ships lifesaving equipment. They must be familiar with personal survival techniques and the equipment located in survival crafts.
This training program is designed to assist the seafarer in preventing a piracy or armed robbery attack, managing a situation where pirates or armed robbers gain access to the vessel and understanding how to react if pirates do actually seize control of the ship.
This module prepares personnel to protect a vessel from pirate or armed robber attack, including the defence measures that can be taken on a vessel and sources of information to assist a crew.
This CBT module will provide a sound introduction to the principles of assessment for ships’ officers and shipping company staff involved in the assessment of seafarers’ knowledge and competence.
Maximizing the potential of multi-skilled crews can only happen if the leadership style within an organization follows an effective management philosophy and approach, which may be quite different from those applied 30 or 40 years ago.
This training program begins with an overview of ergonomics – workplace design that is conducive to good health and effective job performance. In this context, the course instructs learners on how to assess risk of workplace injury and how to organize a workplace properly to minimize that risk.