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STCW Tanker Fire Fighting (TFF)

The STCW Tanker Firefighting course will qualify delegates to be able to carry out the necessary firefighting actions on board tankers.

01 Oct 2021
05 Oct 2021
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04 Jan 2022
02 Feb 2022
07 Feb 2022
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Description

The STCW Tanker Firefighting course is set up to offer teaching on firefighting and operations on board tankers (oil, chemical and liquefied gas). The course is required to meet that essential knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements set out in Tables A-V/1-1-1 and A/V/1-2-1 for oil and chemical tankers and liquefied gas tanker cargo. 

  • They will be able to describe typical tanker fire response and firefighting organisation and procedures 

  • Identify the special hazards associated with cargo handling and transportation of hazardous and noxious liquids and liquefied gases in bulk 

  • Carry out the initial actions on discovering a fire 

  • Describe the correct firefighting agents used to extinguish oil, chemical and liquefied gas fires 

  • Describe the use of fixed deck firefighting equipment including dry powder and foam 

  • Demonstrate as a team member use of the deck foam monitor and use of a deck dry power installation 

  • Demonstrate and use portable firefighting foam equipment 

  • Describe spill containment in relation to fire fighting operations 

  • They will be able to describe typical tanker fire response and fire fighting organisation and procedures 

  • Identify the special hazards associated with cargo handling and transportation of hazardous and noxious liquids and liquefied gases in bulk 

  • Carry out the initial actions on discovering a fire 

  • Describe the correct firefighting agents used to extinguish oil, chemical and liquefied gas fires 

  • Describe the use of fixed deck firefighting equipment including dry powder and foam 

  • Demonstrate as a team member use of the deck foam monitor and use of a deck dry power installation 

  • Demonstrate and use portable firefighting foam equipment 

  • Describe spill containment in relation to firefighting operations 

Prerequisites

  1. People looking to attend this course must have completed/be in the process of completing the STCW Fire Prevention and Firefighting course or an MCA approved equivalent. 

  1. Prospective delegates must be physically capable to undergo the demanding practical aspects of the course. You must fill out a Medical Self Declaration Form before undergoing the course. Please consult a doctor if you are uncertain.

  2. 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).  

Certification

Successful candidates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Tanker Firefighter certificate, after a short exam.  

Special Requirements

Please wear comfortable clothes, but not jeans and not clothes with metal components.

We recommend you bring a towel and toiletries.

Dates

5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM BST - 02:00 PM BST

Paisley

  • PD points: 1
Session information

Sessions

Practical Experience
08:30 BST - 12:00 BST
3 hours, 30 minutes
Paisley
    Theory Development
    13:00 BST - 14:00 BST
    1 hour
    Paisley
      • £125.00 excl. VAT

      5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM BST - 02:00 PM BST

      Paisley

      • PD points: 1
      Session information

      Sessions

      Practical Experience
      08:30 BST - 12:00 BST
      3 hours, 30 minutes
      Paisley
        Theory Development
        13:00 BST - 14:00 BST
        1 hour
        Paisley
          • £125.00 excl. VAT
          Register3 places remaining

          5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM

          Paisley

          • PD points: 1
          Session information

          Sessions

          Practical Experience
          08:30 - 12:00
          3 hours, 30 minutes
          Paisley
            Theory Development
            13:00 - 14:00
            1 hour
            Paisley
              • £125.00 excl. VAT
              Register3 places remaining

              5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM

              Paisley

              • PD points: 1
              Session information

              Sessions

              Practical Experience
              08:30 - 12:00
              3 hours, 30 minutes
              Paisley
                Theory Development
                13:00 - 14:00
                1 hour
                Paisley
                  • £125.00 excl. VAT

                    5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM

                    Paisley

                    • PD points: 1
                    Session information

                    Sessions

                    Practical Experience
                    08:30 - 12:00
                    3 hours, 30 minutes
                    Paisley
                      Theory Development
                      13:00 - 14:00
                      1 hour
                      Paisley
                        • £125.00 excl. VAT

                        5 hours, 30 minutes, 08:30 AM - 02:00 PM

                        Paisley

                        • PD points: 1
                        Session information

                        Sessions

                        Practical Experience
                        08:30 - 12:00
                        3 hours, 30 minutes
                        Paisley
                          Theory Development
                          13:00 - 14:00
                          1 hour
                          Paisley
                            • £125.00 excl. VAT

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