Conducting Effective Onboard Drills

Moxie Media 26 minutes

This program has been developed to emphasize the importance of emergency response drills and provides instruction on how to make onboard drills more effective.
Some common drills that are demonstrated in this training are fire response, man overboard, launching/maneuvering skiffs or rescue boats, launching of life rafts, collision, allusion & grounding, spill response, security, and abandon ship drills.

Topics Include:
The importance of conducting drills.
Knowledge of the different types of emergency drills required for safe operations.
Planning and organizing drills to train and challenge crew members in different emergency scenarios.
Observing and evaluating crew drills.
Providing feedback through post-drill debriefings with a focus on continuous improvement for future drills.
Conducting effective drills in order to respond to actual emergency situations.

Course author

Moxie Media

For over 36 years, Moxie Media has been providing training, safety, and software resources to the Maritime community to help mariners stay in compliance with regulatory and customer requirements. Moxie offers a library of hundreds of maritime-specific eLearning programs that can be delivered with Seably’s best-in-class shipboard Learning Management System (LMS).


Moxie Media is a leader in developing training programs for the maritime industry to meet safety, health, security, maintenance, and regulatory compliance mandates such as Sub M, USCG, and IMO. Moxie delivers online, mobile, and offline capabilities to provide access to key learning materials, letting crew members train at their convenience while assuring operators, auditors, and surveyors that crewmembers are up-to-date with the latest compliance guidelines and regulatory standards.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 26 minutes
  5. Intended for: All personnel on any type of vessel.
  6. Reference: Based on parts of SOLAS and STCW requirements.