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Accident Files - Entry into Enclosed Spaces

   Four seamen die in fire... Crew missing after collision... Seaman found dead in locker... Three die as ship sinks... Fire kills five seamen... All of these deaths happened and they could be prevented. The number of deaths at sea resulting from entry into enclosed spaces is constantly rising. Such fatalities often take place as a result of the failure to follow the very basic safety procedures. this issue is iof an increasing concern to all maritime authorities. This training is aimes to the shipboard and shore based personnel. It stresses the need for shared responsibility of the ship operators and owners to design effective procedures relating to actual shipboard operations, and implement them, as well as their obligation to ensure the effectiveness of the training.

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Working at Height - Scaffolding Systems & Platforms

   Time was, going to the scaffold only meant one thing - sudden death. The thing is that sometimes it still does. When it comes to working on scaffolding, it is easy to imagine some of the things that may go wrong. Maybe you are on a platform with no guardrails, or you have got no safety harness, for instance. But there are plenty of other hazards which are not that obvious. The sad truth is that deadly mistakes can happen at any of stages of the working process. Even when you are just thinking about what kind of access equipment to use, or designing or erecting the scaffolding, or left alone actually doing the job. So, each and every one of us, if we are involved in height access equipment, it does not matter how, has a responsibility for our own safety and that of the people around us. It is clear that if you want to keep a risk of the falls and other accidents to a minimum, you need to plan the whole process of working at height. The first step in that process is assessing the risks. Before anyone can work at height, there needs to be a risk assessment. It will help determine the safest way to go about the whole process. Start by looking at the measures which will provide protection for everyone - by controlling access, for example. After that, think about individual protection, such as protective equipment, where risks can't be further reduced by other means, and make sure that the gear you use is right for the situation. Remember, the process is not over after the initial risk assessment, there is also need for continuing monitoring...

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Holding Effective Drills

   One of the training videos forming a Videotel course. Unfortunately, accidents are not rare and can happen any time when you are sailing on any ship. If any unexpected event does happen, crew members shall always be ready and know what is expected of them. Drills are the mandatory part of shipboard life. They shall help build teamwork and confidence. But eyewitness reports from port state authorities have discovered that too often crew members are unfamiliar, hesitant, unaware or use wrong techniques in such situations. That is why holding effective drills is considered so important. If drills are carried out realistically, the knowledge attained will enable crew members to handle real emergency situations promptly and ensure a positive income. Crew members shall remember that holding effective drills is not just a task undertaken to conform to regulations. Effective drills are designed to save lives. Of course, simulating real emergency situation if difficult and can be dangerous. A drill is a way to test the knowledge and preparedness of the crew members and reveal the areas for further training. With a number of sea incidents involving vessels it is becoming evident that the ship have not always been effective, crew members were not responding effective enough, they used wrong techniques and lack of proper understanding of their role...

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Emergency Response on Container Ships (Video)

   Here is another training video - this one is intended to supplement this training booklet on the Emergency Response on Container Ships. Although the training programme addresses specifically container ships, the main messages apply equally to emergency on any type and.or class of ships. Since container ships were introduced in 1960s, the container industry has undergone extraordinary growth. Ship size has increazed dramatically and so have the commercial demands. As a result, today's container ships are running at high level of possible risk. The most common emergencies reported on container ships are fires, which can spread to other parts of the ship, and leaks, posing safety risks to personnel from toxic atmosphere and/or pollution to the marine environment and coastal areas.

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A Seafarer's Guide to Living Life Without Drugs

   This film was produced for the sole purpose of educating seamen against drugs - particularly the life-changing effects and criminal liabilities of its unlawful usage and smuggling. The narrated and re-enacted real life events in this film are personal accounts of interviewees, mostly seamen and their loved ones, who have voluntarily given details of their personal experiences and insights, and how these have affected their lives. May they serve as clear testimonies and lessons to seamen, to properly guide them when confronted with actual situations involving illegal drugs. Life is all about being truly alive. Living with the ones you love. Existing by choosing a purpose. Not a death dose. Not a fatal choice. Say No!...

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Safe Gangway and Ladder Operations (Video)

   On every arrival at port, vessels are boarded by so many people - custom officials, insectors, ship agents, shore crew members and other visitors, They are all to use the gangway, or accommodation letter as the normal means of access - the condition of the gangway often gives people the very first impression of how the vessel is managed. Since the pilots often have to embark/disembark the ship in hazardous conditions, it is essential that the pilot ladder of the ship complies with the highest standards and is properly maintained. In addition to that, it is very important that the crew members are fully aware of the procedures and are able to follow them in the correct manner. The present video film supplements this training booklet.

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Entry into Enclosed Spaces - Part 1 - Awareness (Video)

   The first part of the video traiing course addressing the hazards of the enclosed spaces on board ships. The authors show how to properly recognize the enclosed spaces on the vessel and raise awareness of the associated hazards, focusing on the lack of oxygen. The target audience of the course is deck officers and deck rating, catering, engine room electricians, junior and senior officers, engine room rating etc. The video supplements the booklet of the course.

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Helicopter Underwater Egress Trainer

   This short video will show how the wet part of the HUET - Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (in US) or Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (in other countries) training is conducted. The purpose of this course is to prepare people involved in offshore activities and traveling over the sea surface (regardless of their job position), for emergency exit from the chopper crash landed over water. This film focuses of the simulated sinking of the helicopter cabin in the pool. Watch this video if you are interested in offshore life and, of course, if you are planning to assign yourself to this course.

Category: SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA | Views: 437 | | Comments (0)

Davit Launched Liferaft Training

   As the title implies, this short video film is intended to provide some basic training on the launching of the marine inflatable liferafts, namely ones requiring the daviits for launching. Such liferafts are the the important part of the lifesaving appliances set of any vessel. The number and capacity of the liferafts is governed by SOLAS Convention. The proper training is very important since the qualified crew will be one of the security blankets providing safe launching and subsequent survival of the ship personnel and passengers in case of disaster.

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Distress Flares

   Distress flares are essential items of safety equipment. Flares are one of the most effective and rapid mains of boat signal in distress, indicating your position. It is imperative that flares are stored in a water-proof container. Flares can play a key role in assisting early rescue and also reducing heavy cost of search and rescue operation. Forty-eight percent of boats in Tasmania are used outside smooth waters and so are required to carry flares...

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Hammar H20 Hydrostatic Release Animation

   As the name implies, this short educational animation video shows how the Hammar H20 hydrostatic release works.

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6T Lifeboat Release Hook Operating Instructions

   Survival Craft Inspectorate - 6T Lifeboat Release Hook - Operating Instructions. This training video shows the step-by-step operation of the release hooks. Will be very useful as a source of training for marine cadets and everyone dealing with the maintenance and periodical inspection of subject part of lifesaving equipment on board.

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Fire Down Below

   This is a very short, just two-minute-long video prepared by Walport.

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Lifeboat Drills - preparing for safety

   This short training video was produced by Walport. Lifeboats do save lives and get you to safety, and this film will show you what you need to know about lifeboat drills on board ships. It is only four minutes long but still gives you some information to start with.

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Lifeboat Safety - Managing the Risks
   It is a fact that many seafarers have been, and continue to be. killed or seriously injured in accidents involving the failure of lifeboat on-load release mechanisms. The objective of this briefing booklet is to give the responsible officer an outline of the content of each of the four sections in the DVD so that the officer has a clear idea of the key safety messages and can think about how to conduct the pre-lifeboat drill briefing. The responsible officer should confirm the understanding of the crew by discussion of the safety messages. The purpose of the DVD is to highlight the growing body of support for fall preventer devices (FPD) and a 'new' potential hazard of not being able to release the painter. Some simple control measures are suggested - in addition to the basic SOLAS requirements - that will hopefully reduce lifeboat accidents that are killing or seriously injuring seafarers. The DVD can be re-started at any time for discussion.

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Water Tight Door - SOLAS Training
   The watertight doors are designed to prevent the ingress of water from one compartment to other during flooding or accidents. Such doors are used onboard ships and floating structures in areas where chances of flooding are high enough, e.g. engine room compartments, shaft tunnel and some other spaces. This short video will give you some more information on the watertight doors.

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When you join your ship - safety familiarization
   Being familiar with the surroundings in a vital part of being safe. During your career, you may have to go onboard a variety of different vessels. It is very important that you know the correct actions to take in case of an emergency before assuming a shipboard duty. This is now a mandatory requirement that applies regardless whether you are crew member or not, i.e. you must know your ship and be familiar with shipboard safety, emergency and safety routes and important signs and symbols.

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Fire Fighting At Sea - Command & Control at the incident
   Prompt action by a well trained crew could make the difference between saving the vessel or losing her altogether...
Category: SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA | Views: 2997 | | Comments (2)

Freefall Lifeboat
   This is the official training video provided by Fossmer. Freefall Lifeboats are designed for crew abandoning ship or offshore rig, and provide a safe and swift means of evacuation. They have been in use for years and have been responsible for saving many human lives.

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Fire Fighting At Sea - Machinery Space Fires
   Any fire on board causes a threat to the safety of ship and crew. However, by far the most dangerous is the machinery space fire. Machinery space fires are the biggest single reason for the total loss of ships and their cargo. This program looks at the causes of machinery space fires, shows how can they be prevented, and demonstrates how to tackle them.  
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Fire Fighting At Sea - Basic Fire Fighting
   Fire is one of the greatest hazards at sea. Most fires start as small ones. The larger they become, the more difficult they are to control. This program deals with the basics of fire fighting, the immediate action to take when an incident occurs, with fire extinguishers and the general fire fighting techniques...

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Fire Fighting At Sea - Fire Prevention
   Fires are dangerous because they potentially threaten the safety of the vessel. On board ship even a very small fire can quickly turn into a major disaster. This film looks at the basics of fire. It examines how fires start and how they spread...
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Personal Safety on Deck
   How often do you think about your personal safety on deck? All the time? Once a day? Once a month? What are you doing to protect yourself and your fellow colleagues. This is the story of for men. They though they would never have an accident on deck, but they did. The question for you is to decide is - how did it happen...
Category: SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA | Views: 2958 | | Comments (0)

Personal Safety in the Engine Room
   From an early age we learn about the hazards of everyday life. we continue to learn about safety for the rest of our lives. We have to protect ourselves, our families and friends from life's hazards... Aboard ship you are responsible for your own safety and the safety of fellow crew members. A safe voyage for you is the voyage without accident or injury. Your shipmates and your friends and family are relying on you.
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Personal Survival at Sea Part 4 Survival at Craft
   Part 4 of the Personal Survival at Sea Video Training - Survival at Craft
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