STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations (TBLG) - Webinar

The STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations course focuses on the understanding of function and competence on board a liquefied gas tanker vessel. Seafarers will be able to; take hazard precautions, apply occupational health and safety precautions and measures, carry out firefighting operations, respond to emergencies and take precautions to prevent pollution of the environment from the release of liquefied gases.

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The STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations course is set up to offer seafarers, who have a Tanker Fire Fighting certificate, with the essential education and training in tanker cargo operations, in order to meet the knowledge, understanding and proficiency (KUP) requirements set out in the specific part of the following: Table A-V/1-2-1.  

  • Relevant symbols according to the types of Gas carried on board Liquified Gas tankers 

  • Relationship between pressure and temperature, including vapor pressure/temperature 

  • How an electrostatic charge may be generated 

  • Hazards associated with Liquified Gas cargoes 

  • Inerting, drying agents and monitoring techniques 

  • Hazard controls 

  • Gas-measuring instruments 

  • Safety equipment and protective devices 

  • Safe working practices and procedures 

  • Effects of liquefied gas pollution on human and marine life 

  • Loading, unloading, care in transit, tank cleaning, purging, gas-freeing and inerting cargo 

  • Operations 

  • Different Liquified Gas tanker types, including their general arrangement and construction 

  • Brittle Fracture 


Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW 2010 BASIC Training in Liquified Gas Tanker Cargo Operations, after a short exam. 


  1. Delegates must already hold an MCA approved certificate in Tanker Fire Fighting or (FPFF or AFF inclusive of Tanker firefighting component). 

  1. Photographic ID (A Government issued, photographic proof of identity on the day of the course and this should take the form of either a valid Passport or a driving license or a valid discharge book). 

  1. If you are unsure of which pre-requisites you may need for a course, please go to to check. 



Special Requirements

  1. Please note for this course you must have a stable internet connection with a PC, laptop or tablet/iPad that has an active camera. SMT must be able to see you at all times in order for you to sit the course, take the examination and if successful receive your certificate through the post. 
  2. Participants are advised to have stable Internet speeds of over 5 Mbps for the best user experience.
  3. At least 330 kbps (send), and 245 kbps (receive) will be required for connection.
  4. We recommend using a desktop/laptop computer with a large enough screen to comfortably see the presentation and follow media materials.
  5. If a mobile/tablet device is used make sure to have both Zoom and Microsoft Teams applications installed. The device must have a functioning web-camera and microphone.


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