Safety Management System (SMS) on Ships; Implementing ISM Code

Reza KAPO
1 hour and 31 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Safety Management System (SMS) on Ships; Implementing ISM Code

Reza KAPO
1 hour and 31 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5
  1. Introduction to ISM Code & SMS

    Introduction to ISM Code & SMS

    IMO developed the ISM Code to promote ship safety and environmental protection by mandating a Safety Management System (SMS). This system guides the maritime industry in managing safety operations, emergency responses, and maintenance, aiming to prevent accidents and protect the environment. It encourages the industry's commitment to safety and continuous improvement.

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  2. ISM Code - Part A: Implementation (Shipping Company Responsibilities)

    ISM Code - Part A: Implementation (Shipping Company Responsibilities)

    This part of this course delves into the integral components of a Safety Management System (SMS). Part A of the ISM Code outlines the mandatory requirements for the safe management and operation of ships and for pollution prevention. It consists of 13 elements that establish a standard framework for the safe management and operation of vessels. Here's an overview of these 13 elements:

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  3. ISM Code - Part B: Certification and Verification (Flag Responsibilities)

    ISM Code - Part B: Certification and Verification (Flag Responsibilities)

    This section of the course navigates through the vital aspects of certificates, documents, drills, and manuals within the Safety Management System (SMS). Emphasising their pivotal role in maintaining safety and compliance, this module imparts knowledge on the correct usage, maintenance, and management of these elements. It delves into the importance of regular drills, accurate documentation, and the role of certificates and manuals in ensuring safety onboard and enhancing the understanding of the SMS, aligning with the latest provisions of the ISM Code.

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  4. Assessment

    Assessment

    The Assessment section of this course is designed to evaluate the comprehension and practical application skills acquired from the course content. This crucial part of the course ensures the participants' readiness to implement and maintain safety on ships effectively, in line with the standards set out by the IMO.

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