Swedish Onboard Work Environment

Trafikverket 1 hour and 49 minutes

The work environment onboard ships is extremely complex, containing various hazards and risks. Due to this, rules and regulations were introduced to create a standard onboard, ensuring a better and safer work environment. This is done by the implementation of safety management systems and by training seafarers to recognize everyday risks and hazards and understand how they can mitigate them by the use of personal protective equipment and safe working practices.

Upon completion of this course, the candidate will understand and gain knowledge on the work environment onboard ships including the various risks to health and the importance of knowing how to mitigate such risks by proper use of PPE.

The learning objectives of this course will include;
1. Understanding the work environment onboard and the international rules and regulations covering this.
2. Gain knowledge of the risk assessment process and mitigation of such risks onboard.
3. Understand the importance of human relations onboard and factors that might affect this.
4. Gain knowledge of common risks to seafarers imposed by onboard operations.
5. Gain knowledge of additional everyday risks onboard and how to mitigate them.
6. Understand the importance of PPE and safe working techniques onboard.


Course author

Trafikverket

The Swedish Transport Administration is responsible for the long-term infrastructure planning for road traffic, rail traffic, shipping and aviation, as well as for the construction and operation of state roads and railways.

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  2. Price: Certificate issuing cost $19.99.
    Included in business subscription.
  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 1 hour and 49 minutes
  5. Intended for: All seafarers regardless of rank working onboard ships.
  6. Reference: ISM Code, 2018 Edition, COSWP 2020 Edition, MLC 2006, STCW Code, The Work Environment Act