As A Training Officer, Describe The Factors That Need To Be Considered When Drawing Up A Shipboard Training Programme

As A Training Officer, Describe The Factors That Need To Be Considered When Drawing Up A Shipboard Training Programme


Factors that need to be considered:
Basic safety familiarisation training.
Security familiarisation training.
Ship-specific familiarisation training.


ISM Part:
ISM
SMS
Drills
Environment protection
Company Policy
Onboard training record book


Basic safety familiarisation training:
Personal survival techniques.
Personal protective equipment.
Duty in an emergency.
Action in a medical emergency.
Action in a man overboard, fire or smoke detected, and abandon ship alarms.
Communication with other persons on safety matters.
Understand safety sign, symbols, and alarm signals.
Muster Station.
Embarkation stations.
Escape routes.
Location of life jackets.
Donning of lifejacket.
Use of Fire extinguishers.
Closing of fire, weather tight, water tight door.


Security familiarisation training:
SSO.
CSO.
ISPS equipment.
ISPS duty.
Security rounds.
Access point.
Piracy attack.
Security Related emergency.


Ship-specific familiarisation training:
Ship specific watch keeping.
Ship specific equipment.

Ship specific arrangements.
Video training.
These training should be completed as soon as possible after joining the ship.

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