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.
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.
This module offers you the opportunity to assess your individual endurance risk factors, find solutions to these challenges and generate ideas to create a Crew Endurance Plan.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Flight Crew involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Load Handling Personnel involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
The unique engaging and challenging Dangerous Goods Trainer is aimed for initial and recurrent training of Security Staff involved in transportation of Dangerous Goods by air and in particular by helicopter.
Dropped objects awareness is focused on the prevention of accidents and safe behavior on drilling and production installations. This course is designed to increase the awareness of anyone working on a rig or any other oil and gas installation.
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 module introduces the important safety aspects of working with and near electrical equipment on board ship.
In this course we explain why gases are divided into classes, areas into zones and show you how equipment is designed and marked for use in specific conditions. All to ensure safety and reduce the potential for explosions in gaseous atmospheres.
This is an e-learning course for personnel organizing and/or performing inspection and maintenance on Ex equipment.
This course package is made for personnel who organize or perform: planning, installation, inspection and maintenance of Ex equipment. The courses give an introduction and repetition in different subjects treated in the IEC 60079 Standard (NEK EN 60079).
This course-series consists of 5 e-learning modules, that aims to give the candidate a fundamental understanding for the principles of intrinsically safe systems in different environments. The concept intrinsic safety is unlike the other Ex protection concepts, it is a system concept.
This course shows you how to secure yourself whilst working at hight. The advantages of various specific safety equipment is clearly visualized, and relevant regulations and regional differences are also covered.
FSE high and low voltage offshore covers all topics detailed in the FSE-regulation concerning work in and close by high and low voltage installations offshore.
FSE high voltage offshore covers all topics detailed in the FSE regulations concerning work in and by high voltage installations offshore. In addition we´ll go through safety philosophy, various injuries caused by electricity and correct treatment, and personal protective equipement.
FSE high and low voltage offshore 2018 Quick Qualify covers all topics detailed in the FSE-regulation concerning work in and close by high and low voltage installations offshore.
FSE low voltage offshore covers all topics detailed in the FSE-regulation concerning work in and by high voltage installations offshore. In addition we´ll go through safety philosophy, various injuries caused by electricity and correct treatment, and personal protective equipment.
FSE low voltage offshore covers all topics detailed in the FSE-regulation concerning work in and by high voltage installations offshore.
The purpose of the food and catering regulation (3.2) is to ensure that seafarers have access to good quality food and drinking water provided under regulated hygienic conditions.
GOMO stands for the ‘Guidelines for Offshore Marine Operations’, and its objective is to provide guidance in the best practices which should be adopted to promote the safety on board all vessels servicing and supporting offshore facilities, and to reduce the risks associated with such operations.
The purpose of this training programme is to focus on the importance of proper greasing and maintenance of mooring winches and windlasses. The possible consequences of improper or infrequent greasing of mooring equipment are described together with tips for safe and efficient greasing procedures.
This training module will familiarize you with where H2S can be found onboard a vessel and explore the properties and specific health and safety risks H2S poses. The training module will also introduce the methods used to measure H2S levels and identify safe and unsafe levels of exposure.
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.
Exercise benefits every part of the body, including the mind. The merits of regular physical activity ranges from preventing chronic health conditions to promoting weight loss and better sleep are widely acknowledged.
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.
This training course prepare personnel on how to execute first aid in a safe and efficient manner. This course will focus primarily upon how first aid techniques work. It also provides valuable knowledge about how to evaluate and treat injured and sick persons.
Choosing the best suited personal protective equipment is essential to be as safe as possible, when working in a hazardous environment. Personal protective equipment (PPE) come in many different qualities and designs for various hazards and conditions.
As part of our ongoing modules for the offshore industry, this is a very important safety introduction to what people should know and be prepared for on their first visit onboard.
With Global warming, there has been an increased use of the Arctic region especially, by all elements of the maritime community: commercial, military, scientific and recreational. This has led to revised requirements for crew in STCW with amendments.
Exercise benefits every part of the body, including the mind. This CBT module is intended to help seafarers improving their lifestyle while onboard. This is done by offering them pragmatic lifestyle advice and an easy to use physical training program appropriate to their onboard situation.
After completing this course you should be able to operate rotating equipment, evaluate the use of heat exchangers and explain the different types of valves and seals used in process installations.
You will learn to calculate energy conditions in process installations explain the design of piping systems and calculate the capacity and flow patterns in pipes.
After completing the course you should be able to operate equipment for adding chemicals to production wells, injection wells and process facilities on a platform or production ship.
When speaking, we inevitably shorten the description and explain only what we believe is the essence of our experiences. Using question techniques enables us to get more information from other persons.
Requirements for the recovery of persons from the water entered into force on 1 July, 2014, under SOLAS regulation III / 17 - 1. This requires ship-specific plans and procedures for the recovery of persons from the water.
The purpose of this training programme is to provide the users with knowledge and understanding of Risk Assessment and Risk Management. The idea is to heighten awareness of safety issues and get people to think about job hazards and how they can be controlled.
The world changed on September 11th 2001. We all realised how vulnerable we are to attacks from terrorists. A ship can be used by terrorists, either to transport weapons or as a weapon itself.
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.
An effective way to get a course diploma for the CHARTPILOT ECDIS system! One of the challenges the industry faces is the multiple number of ECDIS system and types available in the market.
Vi tilbyr kurs i FSE Lavspenning Offshore 2016 som nettkurs. Kurset konsentrerer seg om sikkerhet ved arbeid i offshore lavspenningsanlegg. Dette e-læringskurset dekker emne. Forskrift om sikkerhet ved arbeid i og drift av elektriske anlegg FSE.
Vi tilbyr grunnleggende sikkerhetsopplæring for vinsj og personalvinsj operatører. Målsettingen med opplæringen er at den som gis opplæring tilegner seg tilstrekkelige kunnskaper om sikker bruk av vinsjer og personell vinsjer med tilhørende utstyr slik at ulykker ved bruk unngås.
Vi tilbyr kurs om drikkevann på offshoreinnretninger som nettkurs. Målet med kurset er å gi personer som har ansvar for, eller oppgaver i forbindelser med drikkevann offshore, kompetanse og forståelse for de vanligste prinsippene innenfor vannproduksjon og vannbehandling i Norge.
Datek Løfteteknikk AS tilbyr riggerkurs (offshore). Kurset tilbys for større grupper og bedrifter i hele Norge.
Føler du at du har vedlikeholdt kompetansen som skal sikre ditt bidrag til sikker drikkevannsproduksjon på installasjonen?
Dette e-læringsprogrammet hjelper deg til en systematisk gjennomgang av lærestoffet.