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STCW Lifeboat Operator Certification USCG approved and recognized by Transport Canada
Course Duration: 4 Days (32 Hours)
To register for this course call our office at 206 659 7178 or Pat Boyle at 425 320 6441
This course is being offered in two formats by our training partner Seafarers Worldwide, participants have the option of attending in person in the classroom or due to COVID-19 this course is also offered in a telepresence format. The first three days are instructor lead on-line. The final day is in class at our Anacortes training facility. . To register call our office at 206 659 7178 or Pat Boyle at 425 320 6441 or register online at email@example.com
In an emergency, the lifeboat crew is responsible for ensuring the safety of everyone assigned to their survival craft, which could mean civilian passengers. The Seafarers Worldwide crew is committed to making authentic training equipment available to everyone who needs this certification. With two waterfront gravity davits in the Puget Sound and others constructed around the country at partner schools, there is no substitute for the experience gained in this training.
PSCRB stands for Proficiency in Survival Craft and Rescue Boat. At this training, you will learn about Safety Guidelines, Ship Emergencies, Abandoning the Ship, Personal Lifesaving Appliances, Rescue Operation, Life Boats, Life Boat Launching Devices / Appliances, Life Rafts, Location Aids, Signals and Signs in an Emergency.
This USCG approved STCW course has been developed for seafarers who are responsible for the survival crafts and rescue boats during an emergency situation.
By following this training participants should be able to be in charge of the survival craft or rescue boat during and after launching. Besides this the delegates will learn how to deal with the crew members and the rescue boat and provide first aid after abandoning the ship.
This training is intended for seafarers who are required to take charge of a survival craft or a rescue boat in emergency situations during and after launch, in accordance with:
SOLAS Chapter III (as amended) Regulation VI/2 of the Annex to the STCW Convention and Section A-VI/2-1 of the STCW Code
This course aims to provide the training for candidates to launch and take charge of a survival craft or rescue boat in emergency situations, in accordance with the STCW Code. On meeting the minimum standard of competence in survival crafts and rescue boats, other than fast rescue boats, a delegate will be competent to handle and take charge on such boats during or after launch.
This 24-Hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response training course based upon the training requirements of 29 CFR 1920 (q) (6). This standard applies to workers involved in emergency response operations for releases of, or substantial threats of releases of, hazardous substances
regardless of the location of the hazard.
PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE
Employees who are engaged in responding to hazardous emergency situations at hazardous waste clean- up sites that may expose them to hazardous substances shall be trained in how to respond to such expected emergencies.
29 CFR 120 (q) (6) states that this training shall provide the Hazardous Materials
Response Technician with:
1. Knowledge of the basic hazard and risk assessment techniques;
2. Know how to select and use proper personal protective equipment provided
to the first responder operational level;
3. An understanding of basic hazardous materials terms;
4. Know how to perform basic control, containment and/or confinement;
5. Operations within the capabilities of the resources and personal protective
equipment available with their unit;
6. Know how to implement basic decontamination procedures;
7. An understanding of the relevant standard operating procedures and termination procedures;
8. Know how to implement the employer’s emergency response plan;
9. Know the classification, identification and verification of known and unknown materials by using field
survey instruments and equipment;
10. Be able to function within an assigned role in the Incident Command System;
11. Know how to select and use proper specialized chemical personal protective equipment provided to
the hazardous materials technician;
12. Understand hazard and risk assessment techniques;
13. Be able to perform advance control, containment, and/or confinement operations within the
capabilities of the resources and personal protective equipment available with the unit;
14. Understand and implement decontamination procedures;
15. Understand termination procedures