SMT Marine Rescue Training

A short rescue boat course for close coastal work.

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This is a rescue boat and marine rescue course for emergency response teams using small rescue boats. It will look at The use of the boats and rescue of the casualty.

Learning Objectives

• Launch & Recovery
• Off load hooks/release mechanism
• Slow speed boat handling
• Holding position
• Outboard Engine Failure
• Communication
• Man overboard
• First Aid/Casualty recovery
• Boat Handling in prevailing weather
• Capsize procedures

Issuing Authority

Stream Marine Training


SMT Marine Rescue Training

Who is this course for?

Small vessels, such as shipyard and similar facilities, and close coastal rescue boat courses.






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