To explain the Ship Safety Officers responsibilities, vital information about the safety awareness, safety management and to enhance the safety culture onboard.The Aim of this course is to understand the role of Safety officer, to learn key definitions and legal background, to gain an efficient view regarding Safety culture for participants.
- Introduction to ISM Code
- The Role of the Safety Officer
- Regulatory background
- Safety Organisation Onboard
- Safety Culture
- Conducting Safety Meeting
- Communication & Motivation
- Risk Assessment
- Marine Casualty Investigation.
- Company Safety Related Procedures and Documents
The Training includes 4 sections.Depending on the participants’ background and knowledge of the subject. Average time is 5 hours for all CBT modules and 1 hour for practical exercise.
According to the ISM code, a ship’s safety officer should have a minimum of 2 years of consecutive sea service. In case of tanker ships the safety officer should have 6 months of experience on a tanker ship in addition to 2 years of consecutive sea service. The appointed ship Safety officer should have the necessary qualities to properly take the responsibilities as per the relevant provision of the ISM code
- VIQ Chapter 5.1
- TMSA 3 – 9A.2
The course is based on the Guidelines given in the STCW Code 2010 Table A-II/2 & A-III/2 and IMO Model Course 3.11 (Marine Accident & Incident Investigation).