SMT LNG/LPG Operational Aspects Training

This training is an introductory look at the operational aspects of gas tankers, and is aimed at shore personnel who will be inspecting or working on a ship for any period of time.

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Description

  • Properties of gases and liquified gases
  • Dangers of LNG, LPG and chemical gases
  • Gas detection
  • Cargo compatibility
  • IGC code requirements
  • Tank types
  • Cargo equipment
  • Cargo operations
  • Ship-shore interface
  • Fire fighting systems
  • Pollution control
  • Emergency response
  • Control of Work

Description

  • Properties of gases and liquified gases
  • Dangers of LNG, LPG and chemical gases
  • Gas detection
  • Cargo compatibility
  • IGC code requirements
  • Tank types
  • Cargo equipment
  • Cargo operations
  • Ship-shore interface
  • Fire fighting systems
  • Pollution control
  • Emergency response
  • Control of Work

Description

  • Properties of gases and liquified gases
  • Dangers of LNG, LPG and chemical gases
  • Gas detection
  • Cargo compatibility
  • IGC code requirements
  • Tank types
  • Cargo equipment
  • Cargo operations
  • Ship-shore interface
  • Fire fighting systems
  • Pollution control
  • Emergency response
  • Control of Work

Price

£400 excl. VAT

Price

£400 excl. VAT

Price

£400 excl. VAT

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