WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
This course is open to all Masters and deck officers get involved to
mooring operations as well as Pilots and Tug Masters.
To understand why incidents involving moorings used to happen.
To understand their role and individuals’ involvement for establishing a
Safe working Environment during mooring operation.
To understand the safe practices to be followed.
To understand the importance of maintenance of ropes / wires and
- This training program covers topics defined in Section A-II/5 of the STCW Code 2010 Manila Amendments, including the recommendations prescribed in the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seaman (Consolidated Edition), of United Kingdom’s Maritime Coast Guard Agency (MCA), MEG4.
- Thinking-Mooring Safety
- Risks Involved in Mooring
- Mooring Incidents /safety Factor Groups
- Understanding Mooring Incidents
- Incidents-Analysis of Factor
- Mooring Incidents
- Mooring incidents-The Underlying Factors
- The Underlying Factors
- Analysis of Factors
- Number of People used in mooring operations FWD & AFT
- Hierarchy of Controls
- Risk Management
- The Most common Risks
- The BOW TIE approach
- The hazards of SNAP BACK
- How to moor SAFELY
- Mooring Lines
- Case Study
- OCIMF/VIQ 7 Ch.9 Mooring
A combination of lecture through PowerPoint presentation, case studies analysis, video presentation and written assessment.
Course delivery in Greek/English while training materials in English.