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SMT LICOS (LNG)

5 Days Webinar

This is a real time, high fidelity cargo simulator training program, starting with the basics and working through to high complexity cargo operations and emergency response.

Part of the training will be from a watch officer level, and part from a command level. a third officer will need to understand what the decision making process of the chief officer is, and the pressures and challenges faced by the command.

£2000 excl. VAT

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SMT LICOS (LPG)

5 Days Webinar

This is a real time, high fidelity cargo simulator training program, starting with the basics and working through to high complexity cargo operations and emergency response.

Part of the training will be from a watch officer level, and part from a command level. a third officer will need to understand what the decision making process of the chief officer is, and the pressures and challenges faced by the command.

£2000 excl. VAT

SMT LICOS (Oil/Chemical)

5 Days Webinar

This is a real time, high fidelity cargo simulator training program, starting with the basics and working through to high complexity cargo operations and emergency response.

Part of the training will be from a watch officer level, and part from a command level. a third officer will need to understand what the decision making process of the chief officer is, and the pressures and challenges faced by the command.

 

 

 

£2000 excl. VAT

SMT LNG/LPG Operational Aspects Training

2 Days Webinar

  • 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

£400 excl. VAT

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SMT Marine Evacuation System (MES)

1 Day

Familiarisation in Marine Evacuation encompassing the following elements:

  • Lifesaving Equipment
  • Release Systems
  • Deployment of Survitec Zodiac MES MIS
  • Additional Rafts
  • Completion of Evacuation
  • Means of Rescue (MOR)
  • Other Types of System

Once completed, candidates will be awarded with the SMT Marine Evacuation System Certificate.

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£140 excl. VAT

SMT Marine Rescue Training

2 days

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.

• 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

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SMT Marine Rescue Training

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

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£175 excl. VAT

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SMT Mooring Operations and Safety

1 Day

The mooring operations course covers all aspects of safe mooring operations, focusing on the essential safety requirements to ensure all crew and mooring gangs are safe.

As ships get larger and the strains on mooring equipment become greater, this is an excellent choice for CPD and safety awareness.

The mooring operations course is aimed at people, whether at sea or shoreside, who will be working in a mooring operations environment.

The core topics of the mooring operations course are:
• Typical forward and aft mooring stations*
• Mooring and safety hazards
• Mooring signals
• Mooring ropes and heaving lines
• Mooring and unmooring*
• Communications
• Mooring Boats
• Damage
• Winches*
• Snapback zones
*Can be tailored to the specific company or vessel

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SMT Certificate of Mooring Safety and Operations Training

£140 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - Crude Oil Washing (COW)

1 Day Webinar

In accordance with: - 

IMO Resolution A.897(21) – Amendments to the Revised Specifications for the Design, Operation and Control of Crude Oil Washing Systems (Resolution A.446(XI) as Amended by Resolution A.497(XII)) – (Adopted on 25 November 1999)

  • Crude oil washing requirement
  • Inerting requirements and monitoring
  • Siphoning and washing procedures.
  • Slop control
  • Hazards
  • Tank washing equipment
  • Piping and pumping arrangements
  • Training and personnel
  • Final Inspection
  • Emergency response and pollution control

£250 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - Gas and Atmosphere Operation

1 Day Webinar

  • Flammability
  • Electrostatic hazards
  • Inerting
  • Padding
  • Purging
  • Pigging
  • Gas Freeing
  • Modern and traditional gas measurement
  • Inhibitors
  • Liquid pads
  • Vapour return/Vapour Balance

£275 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - Inert Gas Systems (IGS)

1 Day Webinar

  • Flue Gas
  • IGS
  • Nitrogen
  • Argon Plants
  • Portable bottles

For each of these we will look at: -

  • The securing/stowage and location of the equipment
  • The construction, design and limitations of the equipment
  • The commercial use of the equipment
  • The hazards of the equipment
  • The Operation and maintenance of the equipment
  • Emergency response and pollution control

£250 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

0.5 Day Webinar

  • The vessel and sources of pollutants
  • The hazards of these pollutants
  • Control measures for these pollutants
  • Incident investigation and reporting
  • In port and in water compliance with NPDES.

£200 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - Ship-Shore Interface and ISGOTT

1 Day Webinar

  • ISGOTT
  • The nature of the ship-shore interface
  • The PIC 
  • Interested parties
  • The Ship-shore safety checklist
  • Emergency response and pollution control
  • Incident reporting
  • Non-conformities and reporting

£250 excl. VAT

SMT Petrochemical Safety - VOC Management

0.5 Day Webinar

MARPOL annex VI requires VOC training for officers involved in cargo operation on tankers. We will look at: -

  • Hazards of VOC, and environmental damage
  • Procedures and arrangements
  • Equipment onboard
  • VOC releases, and how to minimise them
  • Reporting
  • VOC Management Plan
  • Roles and responsibilities on board

£200 excl. VAT

SMT Tanker Inspections and Vettings

5 days

This is a look at vettings, looking in detail at the VIQs and similar standards, but also expanding much more into the negotiation and communication of the Opening and Closing meeting.

Senior Officers, though it may be interesting and useful for shore personnel.

  • Need For Inspections and Vettings
  • Port State control
  • SIRE
  • CDI
  • VIQs
  • Preparing for an Inspection
  • Conduct of an Inspection
  • Opening meeting
  • Discussion and finalising the report
  • Closing meeting
  • Responses after report submission
  • Appeal and Grievance.

SMT Tanker Inspections and Vettings

£650 excl. VAT

SMT Working at Height and Rescue

1 Day

From £165.00

Learners will develop a basic awareness of working at height, focusing on key principles such as: safety considerations, legal obligations, hierarchy of control measures, reporting procedures for defective equipment and much more. 

SMT Working at Height and Rescue

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  • Understand legislation, regulation, roles and responsibilities when working at height
  • Understand safe working practices when working at height
  • Understand the types of equipment and testing requirements associated with working at height
  • Rescue at Height basics

£195 excl. VAT

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STCW Polar Suvival

2.5 days

A 2.5 day approved Polar survival/Polar code course, and the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.  

We use an indoor ski centre here in Glasgow during the practical hands-on tent building exercise. This exercise on the snow utilises the equipment contained within the Personal survival Kits (PSKS), Group Survival Kits (GSKS), tents and immersion suits which are onboard. This gives the opportunity for the crew to build the tents, and use the equipment in a realistic, safe environment thus giving crews training using the same survival equipment as onboard the ships. During the last exercise we also have a medical emergency for the teams to treat whilst erecting tents. This whole exercise is also a team building which can be extremely advantageous especially for new crews.

The course has a focus on medical emergencies. 

As well as survival, the course discusses operational issues, human factor issues, firefighting capabilities, utilising the vessels’ Polar Water Operational Manual. The course also gives an explanation on the Polar Code. At present the course is open to all Officers & ratings.

 

STCW Polar Survival Training

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The whole course is structured around individuals with no experience or limited experience working within ice covered areas. 

    • Keeping safety equipment, escape routes and survival craft clear of snow and ice accumulation;
    • Instructing passengers in the use of survival equipment and the actions to take in an emergency;
    • Training the crew in the use of personal and group survival equipment; and
    • Training each crew member in the procedures and equipment described in the Polar Water Operational Manual relevant to their assigned duties

A medical declaration will be required when attending the course. The practical exercises may be physically demanding.

£750 excl. VAT