This course is intended for all deck officers and other ships’ complement that have direct involvement in operations of Gas, Chemical, and Oil tankers.
Course Aims & Objectives:
The purpose of the course is to establish, maintain and endeavor to improve a quality standard for the correct use and manning of gas measuring instruments in order to ensure that the instruments are utilized and maintained as specified by the manufacturers / OCIMF rules.
Participants completing the course will be issued with a Document of Evidence enabling them to do all routine calibrations and maintenance of gas measuring equipment onboard thereby reducing the costs by not using shore services.
Coverage / Program Focus:
Emphasis of theoretical instruction and hands-on training deals with the following:
- Regulatory Requirements
- Safety and Risk Factors
- Tests and Sampling
- Hot work & Gas Freeing Procedures
- Types of Gases and Gas Explosion
- Measurement and Calibration Procedures
Theoretical and practical training is given in appropriate combination. Theoretical instruction deals with gas theory and risk assessment while the practical part covers the preparation, use, calibration and maintenance of gas measuring instruments.
Entry Requirement / Target Group:
Entry to this course is open to all deck officers and crew involved in oil, chemical and gas tanker operations.
A course certificate in a form of Document of Evidence is given to each participant who fulfills the course
2 Days (Monday –Tuesday)
This course shall be conducted only upon request.