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Arabian American Center January Training & Development
Program Title:
SOLAS-Safety of Life at Sea (English-Arabic)
Location:
Dubai
Date:
30.12.2018 - 03.01.2019
Fees:
$ 3900

Description

Course Objectives:

            After successful completion of the training, participants will be able to:

                   1. Understand all IMO-SOLAS regulations for GMDSS

                   2. Learn the architectures of GMDSS

                   3. Understand the technologies and systems of GMDSS

                   4. Describe the procedures of operating GMDSS Systems


Who Should Attend:

                   1. Maritime & Offshore Officers

                   2. Engineers

                   3. Radio Operators

                   4. Navigation Officers


Course Contents:

        DAY 1

                   1. Introduction to IMO & GMDSS Systems

                   2. Marine Radio Communications

                   3. General Regulations and Procedures

                   4. Digital Selective Calling

                   5. DSC and Radiotelephony procedures

                   6. INMARSAT Systems

                   7. Marine Safety Information


         DAY 2

                   1. Types of emergency

                   2. Fire and foundering

                   3. Stranding and collision

                   4. Pollution

                   5. Emergency signals


                   6. Muster lists and training

                   7. Muster stations

                   8. Abandoning ship drills

                   9. Personal protective clothing

                  10. SOLAS regulations and safety legislation

 

                  11. Action on discovering emergencies

                  12. Action taken for emergency alarm

                  13. Duty of care

                  14. Precautions on entering enclosed spaces

                  15. Familiarization with international measures


                  16. Social responsibilities

                  17. Employment conditions

                  18. Alcohol and drug abuse

                  19. Situation cards



        DAY3

            First priorities of First Aid

                  1. Drills and training

                  2. Calling for help

                  3. Assessment & immediate action

                  4. ABC

                  5. CPR

 

                  6. Handling casualties (including helicopter rescue)

                  7. Bandaging casualties

                  8. Allergies

                  9. Amputation


                10. Anaphylactic shock

                11. Control of bleeding (internal and external)

                12. Awareness of CAT drugs

                13. Contents of a first aid kit

                14. Head injuries

                15. Shock


                16. Spinal injuries

                17. Fractures

                18. Heart attacks

                19. Angina

                20. Stroke

 

                21. Burns

                22. Choking

                23. Asthma attacks, diabetic emergencies and epilepsy

                24. Sea sickness

                25. Hypothermia (prevention, recognition and treatment)

                26. Electric shock



        DAY 4

            Dry Drill 1

                1. Course introduction and outcome

                2. What is survival, survival difficulties, survival factors

                3. Principles of survival

                4. Knowledge and training

                5. Types of life raft/boat

                6. Muster stations and drills

                7. Lifejackets and associated equipment

                8. Entering the water

                9. Evacuation methods

              10. Immersion suits and TPA’s


       Dry Drill 2

                1. Manual launch life raft

                2. Hydrostatic release

                3. Action taken prior to abandonment, roles and responsibilities

                4. Operation, inflation boarding and securing the life raft

                5. Action to be taken aboard raft

                6. Muster stations and drills

                7. Lifejackets and associated equipment

                8. Entering the water

                9. Evacuation methods

              10. Immersion suits and TPA’s


      DAY 5

         Dry Drill 3

                1. Manual launch life raft

                2. Hydrostatic release

                3. Action taken prior to abandonment, roles and responsibilities

                4. Operation, inflation boarding and securing the life raft

                5. Action to be taken aboard raft

                6. Righting the life raft

                7. Life raft survival pack and grab bag

                8. Survival techniques (discussion)



         Dry Drill 4

                1. Principals of survival

                2. Hypothermia

                3. Frostbite

                4. Heat stroke/ exhaustion

                5. Distress signals, EPIRBS, SARTS and flares

                6. Helicopter rescue and strop


 


 


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