Health and Wellbeing

Promote a healthy lifestyle for maritime professionals, covering physical and mental well-being topics.
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This course is directed to the training of the personnel responsible for the control of the waters on board seagoing vessels according to the most recent international regulations and the good practices in the field. The aim of the course is to develop adequate knowledge on the healthiness of drinking water, the health damage that can result from contaminants of a chemical or microbiological nature, that the water can collect during its cycle, and the main sanitisation procedures for drinking water.

Engineering
2 hours and 18 minutes
Avg. rating 0.0

This course is directed to the training of the personnel responsible for the control of the waters on board seagoing vessels. The aim of the course is to develop adequate knowledge of the healthiness of drinking water and how disease & infections travel through water.

Engineering
44 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course is directed to the training of the personnel responsible for the control of the waters on board seagoing vessels. The aim of the course is to develop adequate knowledge of the healthiness of drinking water, and the health damage that can result from contaminants of a chemical or microbiological nature.

Engineering
55 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course is directed to the training of the personnel responsible for the control of the waters on board seagoing vessels. The aim of the course is to develop adequate knowledge of the healthiness of drinking water, the health damage that can result from contaminants of a chemical or microbiological nature and the main sanitisation procedures for drinking water.

Engineering
38 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

This course is directed to the training of the personnel responsible for the control of the waters on board seagoing vessels according to the most recent international regulations and the good practices in the field.

Engineering
32 minutes
Avg. rating 4.0

Suicide is, unfortunately, all too common across the world. Most of us will come into contact with friends, family or workmates who are feeling suicidal at some point in our lives. That's why it's so important for us all to have at least a base knowledge of suicide and what leads to suicidal behaviours.

In this course, we will look at the main signs & symptoms of suicidal behaviour and emotional distress. We'll cover an effective action plan to help people when they're feeling suicidal, as well as useful referral options and ideas for self-care. This course is important for all workers.

Health and Wellbeing
2 hours and 20 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Hours of Rest have long been one of the most contentious topics among seafarers across all sectors of the maritime industry. Given that many at sea face fatigue from extended periods of work as well as sporadic and often broken sleep, it’s not surprising that they take a keen interest in the regulations governing their hours of work and rest.

Regulations and Policies
12 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Ergonomics is a science that deals with the study of functions and the interaction between the three elements that make up a working system: Man, Machinery and Environment. The objective of workplace ergonomics is to improve system performance and to protect the well-being, health and safety of workers. To achieve this goal, various areas are investigated, including the human factor and the risks related to the manual handling of loads and repeated movements.

Health and Wellbeing
1 hour and 19 minutes
Avg. rating 4.0

In this course, we will discuss what anger really is. We will look at ways to identify anger within ourselves and what signs to look for in our fellow workers.
We will look at the different parts of the brain and the reasons that we get angry, as well as the different characteristics & expressions of anger.
After discussing the different types of anger we'll move on to how we can effectively manage our anger to help ourselves and those around us.

Human Resource
1 hour and 14 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Culture is a complex and often sensitive topic, but it is integral to our lives.

Human Resource
11 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

Back pain is a highly prevalent condition across many industries worldwide, and the maritime industry is no exception given the physically demanding nature of work onboard. Although back pain doesn't seem like a serious problem, it has a significant impact on a worker's life. In fact, it is highly associated with significant disability and absenteeism among workers.

Avg. rating 4.8

Burnout is a common issue, it can be challenging to recognise the symptoms of burnout but it is essential to do so to take steps to address and prevent it. Burnout is a serious threat in these times of ever-increasing working demands, stress and pressure.

Health and Wellbeing
11 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4