Personal Safety

Focus on personal safety measures for maritime professionals, covering topics such as personal protective equipment and safety drills.
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Throughout this course, we will delve into the critical precautions, regulatory requirements, and emergency procedures necessary to manage reactive and self-reactive cargoes effectively. We will explore the guidelines set forth by the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code, U.S. regulations including 46 CFR 150, and best practices for ensuring safety on board vessels.

Cargo Handling
16 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Modern slavery is a grave violation of human rights, a crime that robs individuals of their freedom and dignity.

Personal Safety
12 minutes
Avg. rating 3.7

This course on spiritual wellbeing is designed specifically for maritime seafarers to help enhance their overall health, resilience, and sense of community.

Spiritual wellbeing involves finding inner peace, a sense of purpose, and a connection to something greater than oneself. It is not limited to religious practices but includes personal values and experiences that bring meaning to life.

We explored the importance of spiritual wellbeing, highlighting its positive impact on mental, emotional, and physical health.

Health and Wellbeing
13 minutes
Avg. rating 5.0

Enhance your understanding of engine room safety and maintenance with this essential learning path. Covering hand tools safety, workshop safety, handling chemicals in the engine room, and planned maintenance systems, each course provides critical knowledge and best practices for maintaining a safe and efficient engine room environment. Ideal for marine engineers and engine room personnel seeking to improve their safety protocols and maintenance procedures on board.

2 hours and 51 minutes

Dive into this learning path focused on engine room operations. From engine room watchkeeping to resource management and operations procedures, each course equips you with essential knowledge and skills to ensure the smooth and efficient functioning of the engine room. Ideal for marine engineers and engineering personnel seeking to enhance their expertise and proficiency in maintaining and operating shipboard machinery.

5 hours and 58 minutes

Explore crucial maritime operations with this comprehensive learning path. From pilot boarding to mooring, entry into enclosed spaces, port state control, and man overboard procedures, each course provides in-depth insights and practical techniques essential for safe and efficient maritime operations. Perfect for maritime professionals seeking to enhance their skills and knowledge in critical operational procedures.

6 hours and 10 minutes

Dive into essential maritime safety with this specialised path. Learn about watertight doors, avoiding 'pinch points', firefighting, lifeboat operations, personal safety, first aid, and risk assessment. Essential knowledge for all maritime professionals.

11 hours and 56 minutes

The goal of this course is to equip marine ship engineers and engine department personnel with the knowledge and skills necessary to operate safely in the engine room; to minimise the risk of accidents and injuries; and to promote a culture of safety in the maritime industry.

1 hour and 21 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

This course is intended to provide basic information about ships, the different types, and how they float. Gain a fundamental understanding of the ranks onboard a ship and an introduction to maritime law.

Personal Safety
53 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

This course gives additional training for operations in polar waters, underpinning the knowledge gained during STCW polar courses. In this course, the ship's crew will be given guidance on emergency procedures in polar waters. This course is not meant to be an approved STCW course but an additional training course for onboard learning.

Emergency Procedures
28 minutes
Avg. rating 4.4

This course is intended to provide basic knowledge of the International Safety Management Code, the ISM code. The purpose of the ISM Code is to provide an international standard for the safe management, safe operation of ships and pollution prevention. The ISM Code is one of the most fundamental regulations within international shipping and knowledge about the rules is, therefore, of outermost importance so that you are aware of the requirements and expectations.

Regulations and Policies
20 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

This incident is based on the experiences of the UK P&I Club. Accidents like the one in this course can and do happen. As you go through this course, ask yourself, "Could this happen on my ship?"

10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6