Learning Path

Engine Room Safety and Maintenance Fundamentals

Curated by: Seably

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.

Learning Path Details

  1. Items: 4 courses
  2. Language: English
  3. Length: 2 hours and 51 minutes
  • 1

    The Hand Tools Safety course shows the learner how to safely select, use, maintain and store hand and power tools on board ships. This course identifies the correct PPE to be worn when using tools and the potential consequences of incorrect use of hand tools on board.

    Personal Safety
    33 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.6

  • 2

    The crew on board ships can be seriously injured (sometimes with casualties) when working with workshop tools and machines if they do not follow safety rules. The Workshop Safety course shows the learner how to safely select, use, maintain and store tools and also to work with workshop machines on board ships. Moreover, this course identifies the correct PPE to be worn in workshops and recommends common safety rules for the crew who work in workshops.

    50 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.6

  • 3

    Do you know how many different chemicals are used in the engine room of the ships? There are various chemicals supplied to be used on ships. Being useful, the majority of these chemicals onboard have hazards! In general marine chemicals are risky to store, transport and use. Some of these chemicals have health risks, while others are regarded as harmful to the marine environment.

    34 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.5

  • 4

    Planned Maintenance Systems (PMS) are vital for efficient maintenance management onboard merchant ships. This introduction provides an overview of the key aspects of PMS, including equipment identification, maintenance task planning, scheduling, work order generation, execution, and performance monitoring. Implementing a well-designed PMS ensures increased reliability, enhanced safety, regulatory compliance, and cost-effective asset management.

    Maintenance and Repair
    53 minutes
    Avg. rating 4.4
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