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Emergency Procedures (Operational Level) (EP-OIC)

Individual Course / Program

Length

3 Days

Training Method

Lecture and Discussion

Simulation

None

Pre-requisite

None

Individual Course

Yes

Part of Program

No

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Course Description

This course (MITPMI-185) is required for all Able Seamen upgrading to 3rd Mate/2nd Mate. Students learn procedures for dealing with emergency situations and the training that is necessary to maintain an effective response. The development and use of checklists is stressed throughout the course. It is expected that students completing this course attain a broad understanding of the subject matter. The student gains knowledge regarding the critical importance of drills, training and the preparedness that is essential to shipboard safety. Through this course, trainees will become proficient in knowledge and understanding of Emergency Procedures, which may be necessary at sea or in port.

This course satisfies the following STCW 2010 and CFR training requirements:

  • STCW 2010 Table A-II/1,“Respond to Emergencies / Emergency Procedures” section
  • 46 CFR Part 11
  • NVIC 12-14 Tasks:

What You Will Learn

  • Contingency Planning
  • Grounding
  • Collision
  • Safety of Passengers and Crew
  • Fire / Explosion
  • Abandoning Ship
  • Emergency Steering Arrangements
  • Towing
  • Rescue of Persons
  • Assisting Vessels in Distress
  • Emergencies in Port

What You Should Bring

  • Divders
  • Triangles
  • All practical navigation equipment


Course Dates

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PMI - Seattle, WA

Price:$680.00
Price:$680.00

MITAGS - Linthicum Heights, MD

Price:$680.00
Price:$680.00

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This course may be customized to incorporate company policies and procedures and / or combined with other training. It may also be taught offsite. For more information on how MITAGS-PMI can develop a “turn-key” training solutions for your organization, please call 1-866-656-5569 or e-mail Admissions@mitags.org."