Cargo Handling

Learn the key principles and practices of efficiently and safely managing cargo on board ships, including loading, stowage, and unloading procedures.
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Embark on a comprehensive learning path with our four-course series designed to enhance your expertise in marine environmental management and sustainability. Start with "Environmental Management in Marine Engineering", where you'll gain essential insights into sustainable practices and regulatory compliance. Progress to "Environment and Energy Efficiency Training" to deepen your understanding of energy conservation and operational efficiency. Expand your knowledge with "Ballast Water Management Awareness", focusing on the environmental implications and best practices for ballast water treatment. Conclude with "Bilge Water Management", a concise course that covers practical methods and regulatory guidelines for effective bilge water management. This learning path equips you with the skills and knowledge to minimise environmental impact and promote sustainability in marine operations.

3 hours and 51 minutes

Navguide Solutions courses will assist in maintaining your vessel in all respects and improve your results in third-party Inspections, like Port State, SIRE, Rightship, Flag state inspections, audits, etc. This will also assist in bolstering your knowledge and skill, which in turn will help boost your self-confidence and groom you into a thorough marine professional ready for promotions and dealing with challenges onboard.

Let’s embark on this journey to empower you to develop an eye, to spot non-compliance and eventually turn you into a highly valuable member of the ship's team.

Inspections
6 minutes
Avg. rating 4.2

Welcome to an introductory course on container firefighting where you will learn about different container types, what classes of cargo are stored inside them and how to boundary cool in the case of a fire on board.

Firefighting
30 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

Vegoils Chemical Cargo Handling Training - Vegetable Oils course, a specialised training program designed for maritime professionals, including seafarers, cargo handlers, and logistics personnel involved in the transportation of vegetable oil cargoes. This course aims to equip participants with the essential knowledge and skills required for the safe, efficient, and environmentally responsible handling of vegetable oil cargoes aboard tanker vessels.

Cargo Handling
15 minutes
Avg. rating 4.0

This course aims to provide general and useful information about safe rigging and slinging practice.

Cargo Handling
41 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

The purpose of refrigeration systems on board vessels is to store temperature-sensitive cargo, perishable food supplies and air conditioning. In line with the Montreal Protocol, and as per MARPOL Annex VI, refrigeration installations must comply with various requirements, including the charging and discharging of systems, and the types of refrigerant utilised.

Engineering
39 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This course is designed to empower maritime professionals with the expertise required to tackle hull damage and potential abandonment scenarios in bulk carriers. With a focus on safety, regulatory compliance, and best practices, this course equips participants with the skills needed to safeguard lives and assets at sea.

Inspections
25 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This Accident is based on the experiences of the UK P&I Club. As you go through this course, ask yourself, "Could this happen on my ship?”. “Could I take corrective action?”

Cargo Handling
14 minutes
Avg. rating 4.8

Ship-to-ship transfer operations, also known as STS operations, are operations where crude oil or petroleum products are transferred between seagoing tanker ships moored alongside each other at sea. Such operations can take place when one ship is at anchor or both are underway at very low speeds.

Cargo Handling
1 hour and 10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3

Fumigation is a critical process employed to eliminate pests, such as insects and rodents, from various types of cargoes, including bulk goods like grain and cereal products, as well as packaged items like cocoa and timber. In the past, fumigation was typically conducted while the vessel was in port, with the crew staying ashore. However, in-transit fumigation has become the prevailing practice today, offering convenience to shippers but also posing certain risks to the crew members onboard.

Cargo Handling
31 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Navguide Solutions courses will assist in maintaining your vessel in all respects and improve your results in third-party Inspections, like Port State, SIRE, Rightship, Flag state inspections, audits, etc. This will also assist in bolstering your knowledge and skill, which in turn will help boost your self-confidence and groom you into a thorough marine professional ready for promotions and dealing with challenges onboard.

Let’s embark on this journey to empower you to develop an eye, to spot non-compliance and eventually turn you into a highly valuable member of the ship's team.

Inspections
6 minutes
Avg. rating 4.0

Learn about the different types of Inert Gas systems, inerting operations, the types of ships they are applicable to, and their advantages and limitations.

Engineering
47 minutes
Avg. rating 4.3