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.
Målsettingen med kurset er å gi deltakerne generell kunnskap om maritim næring, næringens verdiskapning både til sjøs og til lands, nasjonalt og internasjonalt, og dens mange særegne uttrykk, forkortelser og betegnelser.
This e-learning module describes the procedures for letting go an anchor and the various types of moors that can be achieved using anchors. The learner is given guidance on the effects of environmental force on a vessel when coming to an anchor berth.
The background for developing this e-learning module is the implementation of the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ship’s Ballast Water and Sediments.
Shiphandling can be defined as the task of using forces under control to manage forces not under control, to make the ship do what you want, when you want.
Maritime leadership and communication. The goals of our e-learning modules are to enhance the competence requirements of STCW and to improve best industry practice when it comes to leadership and management training.
This module provides vessel crews with the information they need to know how to work safety around Benzene and to meet the US Coast Guard Benzene Standard.
Over the years there have been numerous bulk carrier incidents, where general precautions and routines have not been carried out: these could have been avoided by following the shipboard routines included in this e-learning module.
The COLREG e-learning covers regulations according to the “Rules of the road” which applies to all seagoing vessels.The module presents COLREG and give a visual presentation of the various rules.
Highlighting the dangers of collisions between vessels at sea, this e-learning module discusses the importance of critical topics that still cause many accidents worldwide.
In response to the collisions that continue to occur between vessels at sea, this e-learning module has been developed to improve seafarer knowledge of “Rule of the Road”.
The goals of our e-learning modules are to enhance the competence requirements of STCW and to improve best industry practice when it comes to leadership and management training.
Important: Please note that in order for the course to be approved the training has to be carried out in a controlled environment (on board or in a company office). All submitted pages must be signed by the master / onboard assessor or by an office assessor in order to verify this.
Container fires are becoming an ever-increasing concern amongst ships’ crews. Some container ships have been seriously damaged or lost due to the containerised cargoes catching fire. Such cargoes include Calcium Hypochlorite and Fireworks.
The loss of containers continues to be an issue for container ship operators. Deck officers on container ships need to have an understanding of lashing systems and how they help restrain containers in a seaway.
The loss of containers continues to be an issue for container ship operators. Deck officers on container ships need know how containers are properly secured onboard and the use and layout of the Cargo Securing Manual.
This e-learning module does not include audio or animations. It is an interactive e-book with drag and drop exercises. This module covers the various practical tools and styles in making decisions.
The aim of the module is to give all personnel working on the deck of an anchor handling vessel, the knowledge necessary to appreciate the hazards concerned and the actions required to allow them to work safely at all times.
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.
In heavy weather the intense atmospheric conditions and large environmental forces make navigation difficult. There is the added risk of damage to the vessel and cargo, and injury to the crew.
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 use of variable speed electrical motors on ships is becoming increasingly common - most notably for electrical propulsion of the ship, but also for driving pumps and other auxiliaries at a more economical speeds.
Harassment and bullying should be eliminated, as they negatively affect the individuals, their interpersonal relations, and the ship’s economic and safety performance.
Success of the application of IMDG Code for transport of dangerous goods by sea is greatly depending on the appreciation by all persons concerned in the risks involved and detailed understanding of the Code.
This is Seagull’s basic level module on the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code for seafarers assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment involving packaged dangerous, hazardous and harmful 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.
This module will provide crewmembers with a better understanding of orders and communication with others and will contribute to good human relationships on board a ship.
The CBT module provides an “easy to follow” understanding of the IMSBC Code and illustrates the dangers of noncompliance with a series of case studies of actual accidents/incidents which have occurred within the industry recently.
An effective way to get a course diploma for the JRC ECDIS system! One of the challenges the industry faces is the multiple number of ECDIS system and types available in the market.
An effective way to get a course diploma for the Kelvin Hughes ECDIS system! One of the challenges the industry faces is the multiple number of ECDIS system and types available in the market. Seagull has developed a great and easy option that will solve a lot of logistics for you as a company.
Shipping has great potential to be a clean mode of transport. Many regulations, technical installations and operational procedures are designed to minimize the effects of shipping on the marine environment.
An effective way to get a course diploma for the MARIS ECDIS system! One of the challenges the industry faces is the multiple number of ECDIS system and types available in the market.
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.
To be able to communicate clearly, understanding job descriptions, and maintaining the safety of the vessel it is very important that all personnel onboard know the basic terms onboard the vessel. In this e-learning module the learner will be introduced to the most common terms onboard a vessel.
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. Meetings may create confusion rather than provide clarity. 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 e-learning module will give understanding of basic principle of synchronous generators.
Navigation of vessels is moving away from the traditional method using paper charts towards the use of electronic charts and integrated electronic navigation systems.
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.
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 e-learning module is part of a training package which includes modules giving detailed coverage of the requirements for onboard assessment of competence and for writing assessment questions for testing seafarers’ knowledge. The package also includes a work book.
This CBT module introduces personnel to the ISM Code and the role of human error in accidents. The main factors that affect the safety of the ship are identified for each type of onboard operation. The importance of following procedures is emphasised.
One of the most significant safety initiatives introduced by OCIMF is the Ship Inspection Report Programme (SIRE). This programme was originally launched in 1993 to specifically address concerns about sub-standard shipping.
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.
An effective way to get a course diploma for the Tokyo Keiki ECDIS system! One of the challenges the industry faces is the multiple number of ECDIS system and types available in the market.
Tokyo Keiki ECDIS 7000A, 7500A, 8000, 8000A, 8100, 8500, 8500A, 8600 - Distance course. An effective way to get a course diploma for the Tokyo Keiki ECDIS EC 7000A, 7500A, 8000A, 8100, 8500, 8500A and 8600 ECDIS system!
Back pain is one of the most common work-related injuries and is often caused by ordinary work activities such as sitting in an office chair or heavy lifting.
This e-learning course aims to train navigators in the practical use of the ECDISPILOT, and satisfy the requirement for ECDIS familiarisation.
This e-learning course aims to train navigators in the practical use of the ECDISPILOT 2, and satisfy the requirement for ECDIS familiarisation.
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