Safety of Life at Sea

30.07.2021
FIRST AID SERIES — STCW 95 — PARTS 1 & 2

Due to the nature of their service, all ships, and ocean-going ships in particular are considered hazardous places - this is because they are commonly well outside of the areas where professional medical facilities can be available and where decent medical treatment can be offered to the crew members.

That is why, whether through illness or injury, there is always some possibility that the human life on board could be at risk. As a result, your ability to deliver effective first aid to the people who need this help could actually mean the difference between life and death, and these are not just words.

It is critically important to have some minimal skills in order to be able to save someone's life at sea - it may happen that there is no time to wait until the vessel calls the next port or even until the medic arrives. This video is intended to help people willing to get some very basic knowledge and underline the importance of first medical aid at sea.

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30.07.2021
ENTERING INTO ENCLOSED SPACES

This video is devoted to one of the most important safety aspects both offshore, at sea or ashore - entering confined, i.e. partially or fully enclosed spaces. Answer a simple question - would you enter any enclosed space if you knew or suspect there was a mad man there with the gun waiting to kill you? No, of course you wouldn't.

Can you explain then why more than two hundred of your fellow mariners each year enter enclosed spaces and die there knowing that toxic gases might be present and that the surrounding atmosphere inside the space might not contain enough oxygen to support human life.

Strange but it is very difficult to find the easy explanation but we will do our best to show, in this short training film, the dangers commonly associated with entering such spaces without taking all necessary precautions, and potential consequences of such actions. Have a close look and never repeat their mistakes, you will save your life and maybe life of your co-workers...

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SURVIVAL AT SEA — PART 1 — MUSTER LIST, DRILLS AND HELICOTER OPERATION

This is the opening part of the four making the famous "Personal Survival at Sea" series produced by Videotel. This first part is devoted to the muster list, drills and chopper operations. Watch this part of the set and you will know what the muster list is, what information it shall contain and how it shall be prepared.

You will also get all required information about the safety drills normally held on board vessels and offshore rigs, how they shall be conducted, at what periodicity and how to record them in a vessel's drills log. Finally, you will know everything about the helicopter operations, including preparations to be made for the helicopter approaching, necessary fire prevention and fire fighting arrangements etc.

Three other parts of this safety training course address the personal survival in the enclosed lifeboat and rescue boats, survival in the liferafts and open lifeboats, and survival at crafts. In short, this is an absolutely recommended training set for every person on board.

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SURVIVAL AT SEA — PART 2 — ENCLOSED LIFEBOAT AND RESCUE BOAT

This is the second part of the "Personal Survival at Sea" series released by Videotel specialists. This continues the first one devoted to the muster list, drills and helicopter operation and is dealing with the personal survival in the enclosed lifeboats and rescue boats.

Watch this film and get duly familiarized with the main survival techniques to follow when abandoning the vessel or offshore rig in these survival crafts. The video will provide all necessary information in this regard so that you will be prepared and know what to do in case you end up in the lifeboat or rescue boat - you knowledge will let you survive and help the other people.

The two remaining parts of the pack address the personal survival in the liferafts and open lifeboats and personal survival at crafts. One more recommended safety training instrument - make sure you go though the whole content very carefully since this is a matter of safety which is of utmost importance for everyone.

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SURVIVAL AT SEA — PART 3 — LIFERAFTS AND OPEN LIFEBOATS

This is the third part of the Videotel's "Personal Survival at Sea" - the first part was devoted to the muster list, drills and helicopter operation, while the second one deals with the personal survival in the in the enclosed lifeboats and rescue boats.

This part, in turn, is covering the major aspects of personal survival in the inflatable and rigid liferafts and open lifeboats. Trainees who spend some time watching this video will get a proper understanding of survival methods to be used when leaving the ship or rig in these crafts.

The video is intended to give all required safety information to make people prepared for immediate action so that they have more chances to survive and assist others. The remaining fourth part of the set deals with the personal survival at crafts. An excellent and easy to use training tool which is recommended for use by all crew members, deck and bridge officers, passengers and in fact every person on board a vessel or rig at sea.

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SURVIVAL AT SEA — PART 4 — SURVIVAL AT CRAFT

And here is the closing part of the training set telling about the personal safety at sea. The first three parts of this training pack were covering the muster list, drills and helicopter operations, personal survival in lifeboats and rescue boats, as well as the personal survival in the liferafts and open-type lifeboats. This last part is devoted to the personal safety at craft.

As it was the case with the first three parts of the training, the trainees will get all necessary information that will definitely be helpful. Since the safety on board a vessel is everyone's responsibility, we highly recommend every person to go through all four parts of this interesting training course; it does not matter what position you hold on board, you may even be a short-time visitor - once there is a casualty, all of the persons will be using same lifesaving appliances and thorough knowledge of the survival techniques will become critical.

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SAFETY IN THE ENGINE ROOM

From a very early age human beings learn about the real hazards of their everyday life. Nowadays, we still 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, and this approach equally applies to every person sailing on board, including crew members, officers and passengers - even occasional visitors. A safe voyage for you is the voyage without accident or injury. You shall always remember that your shipmates, your family and friends rely on you...

This video is one of the two instructional videos presented at our website and devoted to the personal safety on board vessels. The other part of this training program is covering the personal safety on deck. We definitely recommend you to have both of them and go through very carefully, as this is the key point to your safety on board any vessel, and safety is the most important task every single person on board is assigned.

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30.07.2021
PERSONAL SAFETY ON DECK

Tell us please how often do you actually 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 why and how did it happen. This training video supplements another we one we have, devoted to the personal safety in the engine room and is intended to portray the accidents that have occurred on decks of the vessels - such accidents involve mooring arrangements, ladders, lifting equipment, electrical equipment, corrosives and many other items - and in most cases the correct procedures were not followed.

The author have introduced the details of each casualty doubling the impact by invitation to try and consider which of the accidents caused which of the human injuries, and this is the most memorable way of presentation of the consequences of carelessness... /span>

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