Crisis Management and Human Behavior Training (V/2 п. 6), А-V/2 п. 3)

crisis management
  • Students: 7
  • Duration: 8 hours

Crisis Management and Human Behavior Training

In the event of emergency on board of the ship, the captain, command staff and other crew members must be prepared to ensure safety of the passengers.

Purpose of the course – master knowledge and practice practical skills, foreseen by the standards of international maritime conventions, national legislation:

  • emergency behavior, maintaining self-control and influencing actions and behavior of other people
  • using emergency plans
  • actions during instructions and alarms
  • assistance to passengers, following to the place of assembly and placed in life saving appliances.

Course Objectives of Crisis Management and Human Behavior Training provide the need for the crew members of a passenger ship:

  • get acquainted with emergency plans
  • learn to maintain self-control and influence other people in difficult situations
  • use the available resources competently
  • keep in touch with passengers during an accident, including the use of the English language on basic level
  • know how to assistance passengers, following to the place of assembly and placed in life saving appliances
  • show passengers the rules for using individual and collective life-saving appliances

Course content is selected in such a way that the listener receives the necessary theoretical and practical training allowing crew members to behave correctly in the event of an accident and manage other people.

Knowledge, that is necessary for the listener:

  • arrangement of the ship, placement of premises;
  • safety rules, contingency plans, the order of actions in case of emergency on the ship.

He needs to be able to:

  • use the resources available on the ship in the vent of accident realizing their limitations;
  • follow procedures provided in case of emergency;
  • apply the known experience in case of emergencies;
  • make non-standard decisions if necessary;
  • establish and maintain communication with passengers avoiding panic;
  • show by personal example how to behave during an accident, show cheerfulness and confidence, cheer up and calm down passengers, crew members;
  • act decisively and energetically.

Requirements for listeners:

  • to be professional sailors over the age of 18;
  • admitted to the performance of official duties due to the state of health.