The STCW Basic Safety Training is a four-day training that is intended for employees who are going to work in shipping. Everyone who works or wants to work on board a seagoing ship must be in possession of a Basic Safety Training certificate. During this training, seafarers learn the basic safety skills they need to board a seafaring ship.
This course is certified by the Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate (ILT) under institute code NL021.
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The training consists of the modules Personal Survival Techniques, Elementary First Aid, Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities and Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting. The following topics are covered in theory:
- survival techniques;
- fire safety and fire fighting;
- first aid;
- work safely;
- social responsibilities.
In addition, the following practical components are provided in this Basic Safety Training:
- exercise with personal and group rescue equipment;
- maintenance of safety equipment;
- firefighting exercises with firefighting equipment / compressed air and the use of the required extinguishing agents;
- drills related to emergency procedures;
- first aid and resuscitation.
On the first day, participants are expected to register at 7:45 am. The other training days start at 8.30 a.m. All training days will end around 4 p.m., provided that no additional training sessions or an inspection have been booked.
The training is given in English as a standard. On request, the training for groups can be organized in a different language. It is possible to hire an interpreter via STC-KNRM.