PERSONAL SAFETY ON BULK CARRIERS
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One more part of the Personal Safety On Board Ships set made of this training booklet supplemented with numerous videos on the personal safety on tankers and chemical tankers, container ships and general cargo ships and also addressing required safety precautions in the accommodation and engine room, in the galley and on deck, and all of the modules are equally recommended for familiarization to any mariner.
The present video will show them how most common types of shipboard accidents occurring on bulk carriers can be avoided. The typical hazards on such vessels are associated with entering enclosed spaces, not wearing proper PPE, failing to follow non-smoking policy in the vicinity of hatches plus other risks commonly associated with transportation of specific cargoes.
Each of the risks mentioned above is depicted as a sort of temptation - usually people try to save time cutting corners - and this is where the hazard arises. The trainees are invited to check if they would have given in to such temptations. And then they will see the potential consequences of such behavior. After that, the procedures will be provided which, when followed, will help to ensure safety on board...
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