Shipboard Safety - General Safety and Safe Working Practices
Learn about safe working practices to ensure general safety and prevent shipboard hazards from this free online course.Publisher: ADU
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Safety must be a priority for everything machine-related as machines do not understand human errors or negligence during operation. Machines will continue operations they have been set to do regardless of the danger of destruction they pose to life and property. This largely holds for all machines on and around ship vessels which makes it necessary to understand the safety measures adopted by marine stakeholders. Therefore, a safety mindset is essential for all ship crew members using relevant conceptual frameworks analyzed in this course for ensuring shipboard safety. Shipboard Safety - General Safety and Safe Working Practices is a free online course that is specially designed to deliver a comprehensive understanding of watercraft general safety covering different types of vessels and ships. The course also delivers important practices for how best to work safely on different types of vessels and ships.
Marine professionals seeking to discover references covering the most hazardous areas on board ships need to take this course in order to gain safety experience. This is also valuable in avoiding many possible hazards on board ships. Learners will have the opportunity of going through critical analyses on case studies conducted by global maritime conventions. These include cases from the highly reputable International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) as well as those conducted by US maritime regulators. Novice crew and staff based in the maritime sector also have basic concepts well outlined in this course for easy retention. The course provides extensive information on a range of safety activities ship stakeholders undergo to maintain bodily safety before, during, and after ship voyages across the seas. Other important safety aspects covered in this course include safety adoptions against fires, hot work, and chemical hazards ever-present on board every type of watercraft.
For marine enthusiasts who might have imagined different watercraft scenarios like the long voyages ships and vessels cover, here are questions this course answers for you: How do you control shipboard hazards? What can you do if you get trapped in a confined space or tank? What are the chances of surviving bad voyage weather like storms? etc. At the end of this course, you would have learnt how to protect yourself, those around you, and the conveying ship or vessel from ship hazards. Such hazards include those arising from improper usage of wires, fiber ropes, lifting gears, as well as electrical equipment on ships. Every learning content in this course is crucial for students, logistic entrepreneurs, researchers, marine operations managers, ship crew, marine engineers, and anyone seeking to learn about general shipboard safety. Register for this free online course from Alison today to improve your understanding of general safety and the observation of safe working practices on board ships.
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General Safety - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to General Safety
Hazardous Area in Ships and Safe Working Practice
Emergency Procedures - Entering Enclosed or Confined Spaces
Lifting Heavy Loads and Handling Tools
Working on the Deck and Bad Weather
Working with Electrical Equipment
Ship Specific Hazards and Water Transportation
General Safety - Lesson Summary
Observing Safe Working Practices
Observing Safe Working Practices - Learning Outcomes
Introduction to Safe Working Practices
Controlling Shipboard Hazards
Areas of Entrapment - Tanks and Confined Spaces
Pre-Job Safety Planning
Occupational Safety and Health Hazards
Observing Safe Working Practices - Lesson Summary
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Explain the importance of adhering to safe working practices.
- Describe different hazardous areas in ships.
- Recall concepts of safe working practices on board ships.
- Analyze the concept of job safety planning and its implementation.
- Recognize safe lifting techniques.
- Outline the procedures for safe entry to an enclosed space.
- Identify the key concepts related to occupational safety and health on board ships.
- Explain international and local efforts designed for the protection of seafarer well-being following MLC 2006.
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