- Students: 8
- Duration: 9 hours
Inert gas system – (V/1–1 п. п .3, 4, A–V/1–1-2 п. 2)
Team and private crew on tankers must be prepared to perform the duties of safe loading/unloading/transportation/processing of cargo.
The aim of the course is to train captains, senior mechanics, and other tanker crew members as part of their duties on:
- Ensuring the safety of tankers;
- The use of fire safety systems and facilities;
- Warnings of pollution of the sea, the environment;
- Operational practice; international maritime conventions and national legislation.
The objectives of the course are to prepare trainees for their duties within the capacity of the competition.
The content of the course meets the qualifications set out in the 1978 International Convention on DDNW.
- requirements of international, national legal norms for tankers, the order of their application;
- tanker terminology;
- what physical and chemical properties inert gases have;
- what are the systems and installations of inert gases, how they should be used;
- How is the system of distribution of inert gases, what types of ventilation are used;
- Features of control-measuring, signaling equipment, recording devices;
- how to prevent pollution of the sea, the environment.
The listener needs to be able to:
- use appropriate equipment to ensure the safety of goods, to prevent pollution of the sea, the environment;
- Ensure the safety of the tanker in the conduct of production activities;
- to guide crew members using a system of inert gases.
Requirements for listeners:
- Age – from 18 years;
- Marine education;
- state of health, allowing you to perform official duties.