SMT Mooring Operations and Safety

A short course on the safety aspects of mooring a vessel.

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The mooring operations course covers all aspects of safe mooring operations, focusing on the essential safety requirements to ensure all crew and mooring gangs are safe.

As ships get larger and the strains on mooring equipment become greater, this is an excellent choice for CPD and safety awareness.

Who is this course for?

The mooring operations course is aimed at people, whether at sea or shoreside, who will be working in a mooring operations environment.

Learning Objectives

The core topics of the mooring operations course are:
• Typical forward and aft mooring stations*
• Mooring and safety hazards
• Mooring signals
• Mooring ropes and heaving lines
• Mooring and unmooring*
• Communications
• Mooring Boats
• Damage
• Winches*
• Snapback zones
*Can be tailored to the specific company or vessel

Issuing Authority

Stream Marine Training


SMT Certificate of Mooring Safety and Operations Training


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