Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations
The Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations course is based on the regulation V/1-2 paragraph 3 and section A-V/1, paragraph 2.2 of the STCW Code and guidelines of IMO Model Course 1.02. Program is majorly targeted at Masters, Chief Officers, Chief Engineers and Second Engineers and other personnel responsible for cargo handling on board of oil tankers.
The purpose of the Advanced Training for Oil Tanker Cargo Operations is to equip key tanker personnel with skills of safe oil loading, unloading and in transit handling in order to enhance efficiency of cargo operations on board of oil carriers and reduce risk of accidents with damage to either people or environment.
• Design features of oil tanker, systems and equipment;
• Physical and chemical properties of oil cargoes;
• Pump design and characteristics;
• Tanker safety culture and implementation of safety-management system;
• Safety procedures, including the emergency shutdown;
• Cargo handling operation incl. loading, unloading, care in transit;
• Operational plans, procedures and checklists for cargo handlings;
• Effect of liquid bulk cargoes on trim, stability and structural integrity of the vessel;
• Gas detection devices and systems;
• Personnel with cargo-related responsibilities;
• Hazards and response measures associated with oil tanker cargo operations;
• Safe working practices;
• Collision, grounding or spillage and oil tanker emergency procedures;
• Medical first aid procedures on board oil tankers;
• Spillage and atmosphere pollution prevention;
• MARPOL code familiarization module.
Target Audience: Masters, Chief Officers, Chief Engineers and Second Engineers and other personnel responsible for cargo handling on board of oil tankers.
Pre-requisites: Basic Training for Oil and Chemical Tanker Cargo Operations certificate.