This course provides the knowledge and skills of the ship's crew as well as the shore personnel assigned to participate in the mooring operations of ships. The course includes training in the basics and procedures for mooring safely.
The program has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Art. 47 of Ordinance No. 9 of October 17, 2013 on the requirements for the operational suitability of ports and specialized port facilities and is based on the IMO circular FAL.6 / Circ.11 / Rev.1 "Guidelines on minimum training and education for mooring personnel ”, chap. 26 of the Code of Safe Working Practices for Merchant Seamen and meets the training requirements set out in STCW Section A-II / Table A-II / 2, Table A-II / 3, Table A-II / 4 of the STCW Convention '78, Directive 2008/106 / EC, as amended.
Persons who have successfully completed this course must:
- be aware of: the types of ropes used for mooring operations, personal protective equipment, the planning and conduct of mooring of a ship, the dangers and risks involved in mooring operations, the rules for safe operation of such operations, proper communication and signals during mooring.
- and be able to - safely mooring operations.