VIKING Safety Academy’s onboard training program ensures that crew are professionally trained for emergencies occurring onboard or externally with emphasis on accidents related to the maritime industry. The onboard development and training program consist of a full scope training package that is based on IMO and STCW requirements. The blended learning program is delivered as a combination of e-earning and practical hands on training.
The training program consist of a theoretical part and a practical part. Crew members can access their theoretical lessons via VIKING’s Learning Management System (LMS). Every month a new practical exercise, dealing with typical offshore accidents, is published to the LMS of participating vessels allowing crew to maintain their practical skills. The training facilitator onboard, most likely the chief officer, arranges the exercise, writes a report detailing the essential elements of the exercise and submits the report to the VIKING assessor team in the LMS, who gives a thorough feedback and approves the report.
The training covers the following subjects: • 12 abandon ship drills covering different emergency scenarios • Sounding the alarm and mustering • Searching own vessel (if applicable) • Preparations of duties described in the muster list • Donning of suitable equipment • Preparing and operating lifeboats, rescue boats and corresponding equipment • Deployment of throw overboard and davit launched liferafts • Optimizing survival chances in survival crafts • Search and Rescue - SAR • Communication including radios, EPIRBs and SARTs • Types of emergency situations and life saving appliances • Evacuation procedures
This training package is designed for seafarer onboard tankers, container ships, passenger ships, bulk carriers, supply ships etc.
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E-learning can be taken in the seafarer’s own pace. Practical drills are planned onboard.
SOLAS III/B/I/19 Emergency training and drills
€120.00 ex. VAT
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