PROFICIENCY IN ELEMENTARY FIRST AID (EFA) MODULE
Regulation VI/1, paragraph 1 Section A-VI/1 paragraphs 2.1.3
This course is a mixture of theory and practical sessions offering essential knowledge on how to provide immediate basic medical care at the scene of an accident or other medical emergency.
PROFICIENCY IN FIRE PREVENTION AND FIRE FIGHTING (FPFF) MODULE
Regulation VI/1, paragraph 1 Section A-VI/1 paragraphs 2.1.2
This course deals with the necessary precautions to minimise the risk of fires aboard ship. It examines how fires are caused and the proper means of extinguishing them. The course includes practical training in the use of fire-fighting equipment and the use of self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) for fire fighting and rescue. The practical live fire fighting training takes place in the Galileo fire training facility and in our IMO/MNTB model fire ship.
PROFICIENCY IN PERSONAL SURVIVAL TECHNIQUES (PST) MODULE
Regulation VI/1, paragraph 1 Section A-VI/1 paragraphs 2.1.1
This course provides knowledge of essential prevention and survival techniques, including theory and practice sessions, investigating causes of distress, knowledge and use of equipment, launch and recovery of life rafts, preparation for survival, personal survival skills and use of search and rescue organisations. Exercises are carefully supervised and can be undertaken by non - swimmers.
PROFICIENCY IN PERSONAL SAFETY AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (PSSR) MODULE
Regulation VI/1, paragraph 1 Section A-VI/1 paragraphs 2.1.4
This classroom based course provides basic induction training in safety procedures and accident prevention, and to familiarise novice crew with the employment conditions and working environment onboard.
PROFICIENCY IN SECURITY AWARENESS (PSA) MODULE
Regulation VI/6, paragraph 1 Section A-VI/6 paragraphs 4
This course is for crew who do not have designated security duties, but must still be aware of key security issues, such as : threats to the maritime transport industry, maritime security definitions, security roles and responsibilities, company and ship security requirements, security threat levels and security measures and procedure.