STCW 2010 BASIC MANDATORY
The STCW 2010 Basic Safety Training is a mandatory requirement for trainees aspiring to work onboard ships. Hence the course delivery covers the scope, principles, and fundamentals for working on board. Irrespective of the present area of specialization, STCW mandatory training program will provide trainees with basic safety knowledge and instructions/information required to work onboard. Participants will gain knowledge in the personnel Survival Technique (PST) and standard of competence in survival at sea in the event of ship abandonment, fire, and medical emergencies. Fire fighting and fire prevention. Take immediate actions upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency and compliance with personal safety social responsibilities on board the ship.
- Candidate must be above 18 years
- Posses Valid Seafarer Medical
- Valid Means of Identification
- 2 Recent Photographs
The Scope of the course is in line with the setup objectives of the standards of IMO model courses and in accordance with STCW Reg. A-VI/1-1, A-VI/I-2, A-VI/1-3, A-VI/1-4.
- Proficiency in Personnel Survival Techniques– Survival Suits, hypothermia, life-rafts, basics actions in an emergency, etc.
- Elementary First Aid– Basic, immediate, and emergency response to the most common shipboard injuries/emergencies, including CPR.
- Proficiency in Fire Fighting and Fire Prevention– Types/classes of fires, prevention, hazard awareness, methods of fire extinguishing, the structure of incidents response team, appropriate equipment, personal safety, etc.
- Personal safety and Social Responsibilities – Types of shipboard emergencies, alarms, and signals, initial actions, personal protective equipment, roles and responsibilities, muster list, effects of pollution, pollution prevention, individual rights, drug and alcohol awareness, etc.