Lifting Operations Using Cranes

Oro World 21 minutes

According to the MLC regulations, all countries should make provisions for health and safety legislation to cover all shipping operations. In the instance of lifting and slinging involving the use of cranes, this means that all flag and port state regulations for the use of cranes must be implemented onboard ships when using these pieces of machinery.

In this course you will learn how the UK implementers these requirements, for use in UK waters and aboard UK-flagged ships. These lessons can then be applied to other vessels and operations in other states by referencing their local regulations to ensure compliance.

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Oro World

Oro World is a Maritime Training Consultancy firm, specialising in academic education and training courses with a worldwide audience. With over 20 years in the industry; experience at a host of ranks and for multiple flag states and sailing on container, tanker, passenger, and government vessels, we have seen much of the seagoing industry. Add to that experience ashore in dry-docks, teaching in merchant navy colleges, and working on SMS and procedure updates post-MLC, we are able to bring a wealth of experience to your studies.

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  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 21 minutes
  5. Intended for: All crew on any type of vessel.
  6. Reference: Based on parts of MLC Health and Safety Requirements - referencing UK legislation as an example.