MARITIME RISK ASSESSMENT
The latest amendment to ISM Code came into effect from 1st July 2010. One of the amendments relates to requirements for the Company to assess all identified risks & establish appropriate safe guards. This is a new auditable requirement which is likely to be verified during audits onboard vessels and shore offices.
- Introduction and objectives
- What is risk and risk management?
- step 0 – setting the framework
- step 1 – hazard identification
- workshop - swift
- step 2 – risk ranking
- workshop – risk ranking exercise
- step 3, 4 & 5 – control options and cost benefit assessment
- workshop – cost benefit assessment
- case studies of practical applications the way forward
MARINE INCIDENT INVESTIGATION
Training provides participants with basic working knowledge to conduct incident & accident investigations within their companies. The course is structured to provide comprehensive training in the theory and practical aspects of incident and accident investigations, providing a systematic approach in identify and treating root causes to prevent recurrence of undesired events.
- Definition of Incident and Accidents
- Definition of Near Misses and how to identify them
- Reasons for Investigating Incidents and Accidents
- Know how to initiate an investigation and gather evidence
- Know how to identify Causes for Undesirable Events
- Know how to avoid future incidents by developing appropriate recommendations to address root causes