SMT Introduction to Tanker Inspections and Vettings

This is an introduction to taker inspections and vettings, aimed primarily at junior officers.

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This covers the need for inspections and vettings, how to prepare for an inspection, and how to conduct a vetting inspection, supporting the senior officers.


SMT  Introduction to Tanker Inspections and Vettings.

Learning Objectives

  • Need for inspections
  • Port State Control
  • SIRE
  • CDI
  • VIQs
  • Preparing for an inspection
  • Escorting an inspector
  • Safety
  • Escalation of concerns 

Who is this course for?

Cadets and Junior Officers on Tankers.


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