PROFICIENCY IN CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN BEHAVIOUR TRAINING INCLUDING PASSENGER SAFETY, CARGO SAFETY AND HULL INTEGRITY TRAINING — IMO MOD
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Traditionally for all IMO Model Courses, this one opens with the general introduction to the provisions of the STCW Convention. The main content of the course is divided into twelve sections, and four of them are related to the passenger and cargo safety plus the integrity of the ship’s hull, including the procedures established for the loading and embarkation, marine transportation of the dangerous cargo, stability and trim calculation, cargo securing on board and evaluation of the hull stress.
After that, the students will get to know about the hull openings and the associated sealing surveys, as well as the deck atmosphere on board ro-ro vessels. Once all above has been successfully completed, the next section starts dealing with the human behavior and crisis management, including the optimization of the available resources, associated safety regulations, design and layout considerations, emergency response techniques and procedures, passenger response, establishing and maintaining effective communication and many other aspects considered important for the purpose of this course. Numerous practical exercises have been included to track the progress of the trainees; the course concludes with the review and assessment part.
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