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Health and Safety Training

Do you need health and safety training for your workplace?  

At Stream Marine Training, we offer a range of basic courses which will provide the majority of employees with either the tools they need to care for those in need of medical attention, what to do in the event of a fire or general safety such as Working at Heights or Entry into Enclosed/ Dangerous Spaces.

Some of our essential skills courses held within the Glasgow Airport campus include: STCW Elementary First Aid (EFA), STCW Medical Care on Board Ship (MCOB) and QA Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (RQF) (FAW) or Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting (FPFF).

As well as providing lifting and manual handling courses, for those heavily involved with the movement of goods or chemicals we also provide specific training listed under the dangerous spaces, goods and chemicals category which includes Oil, Chemical and Gas courses.

For information on each course category, please click on the links below to find out more. 

Medical Courses

Fire Safety Courses

Lifting and Manual Handling Courses

Dangerous Spaces, Goods and Chemicals Courses



QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF)

2 Day

During this 2 day course, Learners will develop their knowledge of risk assessment processes so that they can apply their knowledge and skills when completing risk assessments in the workplace. Topics covered include: the importance of health and safety in the workplace, the principles involved in risk assessment and the relationship between hazard and risk as part of an accident and ill health strategy.

The QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF) is ideal for those who have a responsibility for conducting risk assessments in low risk environments, such as supervisors and site managers. This qualification is also suitable for those who significantly contribute to the risk assessment process, e.g. team leaders and technicians.

3 years

QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF)

  • Understand the importance of health and safety in the workplace
  • Understand the principles involved in risk assessment
  • Understand the relationship between hazard and risk as part of an accident and ill health prevention strategy
  • Apply the hierarchy of controls to control risk to an acceptable level
  • Apply knowledge of the risk assessment process in a workplace

£199 excl. VAT


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

Stream Marine Training

SMT Certificate of Mooring Safety and Operations Training

£140 excl. VAT


SMT Shipboard Safety Officer Training - Online via Webinar

3 Days Webinar

From £600.00

The course which has been developed in line with the current legislative framework. To enable designated personnel to take up the role of a safety officer onboard a ship, as identified in The Merchant Shipping and Fishing Vessels (Health and Safety at Work) Regulations 1997 (SI 1997 No. 2962) (the Regulations), which define a safety officer as ‘a person who has sufficient training and experience or knowledge and/or qualifies, to enable him/her to properly undertake the duty imposed under the relevant provision in the regulations.’

The aims of the course are to ensure that the delegates will:

  • Understand the duties of the SSO
  • Have considered the legal framework for safety
  • Understand the relationship between the ISM code, safety management on board ship
  • Have an overview of the ISM code
  • Have considered the causes of accidents
  • Understand the process and limitations of risk assessment
  • Have considered the accident investigation process
  • Understand the importance of appropriate interviewing technique
  • Have considered factors influencing the effectiveness of safety committee meetings

On achievement of the desired standard of competence, a certificate can be issued by the training provider.



£600 excl. VAT


STCW Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety & Hull Integrity Training For RO RO Passenger Ships (ROPAX)

1 Day

From £180.00

The STCW Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety and Hull Integrity Training for RO RO Passenger Ships course is set up to offer masters, chief mates, chief engineer officers, second engineer officers and any other personnel who are responsible for embarking and disembarking passengers and for the safety of passengers in emergency situations. This course meets the requirements of CoP in Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety and Hull Integrity as laid down in Regulation V/2, paragraph 9 and section A-V/2 of paragraph 5 of the STCW Convention and Code as amended.

  • organise the safe movement of vehicles and passengers when embarking and disembarking 

  • control all elements of cargo safety and hull integrity 

  • monitor and control atmosphere in ro-ro cargo spaces 

  • organise shipboard emergency procedures 

  • optimise use of resources 

  • control response to emergencies 

  • control passengers and other personnel during emergency situations 

Outcome 1: The learner knows how to carry our safe loading and embarkation procedures.
Outcome 2: The learner understands the requirements for safe carriage of dangerous goods.
Outcome 3: The learner knows the requirements f or securing cargoes and knows how to use cargo-securing equipment and materials.
Outcome 4: The learner can carry our stability and stress calculations.
Outcome 5: The learner knows how to open, close and secure hull openings.
Outcome 6: The learner knows how to monitor and maintain a ro-ro deck atmosphere.

Successful delegates will be awarded with an MCA approved STCW Passenger Safety, Cargo Safety and Hull Integrity Training for RO RO Passenger Ships, after a short exam. 

  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 prerequisites you may need for a course, please go to to check. 


£225 excl. VAT