Ship ropes. picking and taking ropes. Developing ropes. Stacking the rope after use. Maintenance of ship's ropes. Steel ropes. Division and properties of steel ropes. Maintenance and handling of steel ropes. Vozli. Subvezes. Spliced ropes. Vessels. Types of vessels. Basic equipment. Maintenance and protection of the vessel. Maneuvering by boat (boat, boat, boat). Maneuvering and leaving the ship's connection. Maneuver anchor with one and two anchors. Stop the crash stop. POB manever (full turn, Williamson, Scharnow).
Practical exercises for various emergency situations. Life-saving and lifeless lifeboat rescue. Management and use of gravity and prosthetic sofas with lifeboats. Use of signaling and communication equipment for rescue at sea. Diving. Preparation of respiratory apparatus. Diving, time and length. Jump into the water and dive under the imaginary conditions of oil pollution from the vessel as a sea-breeze exercise. Solving the drowning. Receiving a drowned man in an unconscious, semi-conscious, and conscious state. Survival techniques at sea. Naval rowing. Entrance and exit from the boat with a 3.80 m long oars and personal belongings. Correct load of the tower: bow, middle, fodder, left and right side. Basic matching of paddles. The function of the navigator. Charter of the sailor. Naval boats adapted to knowledge and skills. Stopping. The function of individual rowers. The function of the unwashed. Function of the quarry. Rowing-rowing technique. Basic starting position: position of hands, hull, feet and happy. Active and passive stage of paddle. A culture of behavior at sea. Mornarskovlaški veslaji: short, medium, long and strong.
Basics of sailing. Parts of sails. Krmar. Crew. Suit. Security equipment, departure and arrival. Reduction of sails. Basic controls. The principle of the boat's work. Sailing in the wind, against the wind, with the wind in the side.
Fire safety. Use of basic fire equipment and extinguishing small fires. Loss of steering. Ingress of water, leaving the vessel.
The exercises must be carried out theoretically (at the table) and practically with the elements that are available on the ship.
Basic Workshop Works. Safety at Work. Working with hand tools and machine tools. Basic maintenance of the hull and equipment.
Content according to IMO Model course 7.01:
- ACTIONS TO BE TAKEN TO PROTECT AND SAFEGUARD ALL PERSONS ON BOARD IN EMERGENCIES
- FUNCTIONS AND USE OF LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES
Content according to IMO Model course 7.03:
- THOROUGH KNOWLEDGE OF THE COLLISION REGULATIONS
- PRECAUTIONS FOR PROTECTION AND SAFETY OF PASSENGERS
- Contingency plans for response to emergencies
- Precautions for protection and safety of passengers in emergency situations
- INITIAL ACTION FOLLOWING COLLISION OR GROUNDING
- Precautions when beaching a vessel
- Actions following stranding/grounding
- Actions following a collision
- Initial damage assessment and control
- Means of limiting damage and salving ship following fire or explosion
- Procedures for abandoning ship
- Use of auxiliary steering gear and rigging jury steering arrangements
- Arrangements for towing and being towed
- RESCUING PERSONS FROM THE SEA, ASSISTING A SHIP IN DISTRESS AND PORT EMERGENCIES
- Rescue of persons from a vessel in distress
- Actions for emergencies in port
- Measures for assisting a vessel in distress
- RESPOND TO A DISTRESS SIGNAL AT SEA
- SEARCH AND RESCUE
- IAMSAR Manual
- TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE SIGNALS BY MORSE LIGHT
- Signalling by Morse code
- USE THE INTERNATIONAL CODE OF SIGNALS
- International Code of Signals
- OPERATE LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES
- CONTRIBUTE TO SAFETY OF PERSONNEL AND SHIP
Content according to IMO Model course 7.04:
- Basic construction and operation principles of machinery systems
- steering gear
- deck machinery
- Safety measures to be taken to ensure a safe working environment and for using hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments
- Use of hand tools, machine tools and measuring instruments
- hand tools
- powered hand tools
- machine tools
- measuring instruments
- Safety measures to be taken for repair and maintenance including the safe isolation of shipboard machinery and equipment required before personnel are permitied to work on such machinery or equipment
- ISM code
- safety measures to be taken
- The use of appropriate specialized tools and measuring instruments
OPERATE LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES
- See IMO model course 1.23, and STCW Convention 1978, as amended regulation VI/2, paragraph 1-4
FUNCTIONS AND USE OF LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES
- See IMO model course 1.23 and STCW Code section A-VI/2-1
Content according to IMO Model Course 1.19 Personal survival techniques
Introduction, safety and survival
Survival craft and rescue boats
Personal life-saving appliances
Personal life-saving appliances (demonstrations)
Survival at sea
Emergency radio equipment
Content according to IMO Model Course 1.20 -Fire prevention and firefighting
The theory of combustion, ignition sources, combustible materials
Fire hazard and fire expansion
Procedures on board in case of fire
The fire detection system for ships
Extinguishing fires with different types of exercises
Types and installation of fire-fighting equipment on board and secure exits
Organisation of the fire services on board
Content according to IMO Model Course 1.21 - Personal safety and social responsibility
Safety at Work
Security procedures on board
Exercises on ship-simulation
Prevention of pollution of the marine environment
Communication between persons on board
Mutual relations of persons on board
Content according to IMO Model Course 1.13 – Elementary First aid
The body and its functions positions injured resuscitation
Action at various injuries and consequences
Supply and transport of injured
Content according to IMO Model Course 3.27 - Security Awarness
Responsibilities in the field of protection
Identifying suspicious persons, objects and events
Perform protection on board
Emergency prepareness, drills and exercises.
Goals and competencies
Obtaining maritime skills, expertise and responsibilities in relation to basic safety requirements at sea.
Students must, at the end of the course, independently run the vessel in all conditions.
Implementation of the learning content among others include requirements in accordance with the provisions of the STCW Convention A-II / 1, A-II/2, A III/1, A III/2 and the recommendations of the »Master and Chief Mate (Model course 7.01)« and »Officer in charge of a navigational watch (Model course 7.03)«, "Chief engineer officer and second engineer officer (Model course 7:02)" and "Officer and charge of an engineering watch (model course 7:04), International Maritime Organization, London, 2014, , IMO model courses 2.03 Advanced training in firefighting, IMO model courses 1.23 Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats , IMO model courses 1.19 Proficiency in personal survival techniques, IMO model courses 1.13 Elementary first aid, IMO model courses 1.20 Fire prevention and firefighting, IMO model courses 1.21 Personal safety and social responsibility, IMO model course 3.27 - Security Awarness
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- IMO model courses 2.03 Advanced training in firefighting, IMO, London, 2001.
- IMO model courses 1.23 Proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats), IMO, London, 2000.
- IMO model courses 1.19 Proficiency in personal survival techniques, IMO, London, 2000.
- IMO model courses 1.13 Elementary first aid, IMO, London, 2000
- IMO model courses 1.20 Fire prevention and firefighting, IMO, London, 2000.
- IMO model courses 1.21 Personal safety and social responsibility, IMO, London, 2000.
- International Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue (IAMSAR)