STCW Training News Update nr. 2 February 2021 In this STCW Training News Update: What to consider before choosing STCW training or online courses Some RBG online STCW training courses include a workbook: why is that? Why you should book your refresher course early in 2021 Stay tuned, sign up for our STCW Training News…
During the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions on movement and group gatherings are preventing traditional classroom lead training courses from going ahead. Online training provides a convenient and cost-effective solution to the maritime industry’s essential training needs.
COVID-19 Guidance for shipowners and captains – Polar Code for SPS non-SOLAS-ships (vessels 300 GT) – Withdrawal of Inmarsat Fleet 77 Services – Reminder refresher training – Training Designated Security Duties (DSD) online – Change in text EU2009/45 Directive
Maritime Single Window: small ports procedure no longer applicable – Guidance Ship Recycling IHM – Covid-19 – MLC-inspections vessels <500GT - Laying-up in Coronatime - Non-ISPS statement
The corona-circular NSI
Corona Policy – Keep in touch with the local authorities – What to do in case of a suspected Coronainfection?
Office Rood Boven Groen – Refresher courses – Medical certificates
Security Awareness fully Online Training – IHM – Inventory of hazardous materials – New SOLAS requirements for damage control drills onboard passenger ships – Ships without compulsory MLC certification – Damage Control plan – Regarding the application of a certificate of competency for officers and masters
CIC Emergency systems and procedures – Safe Sea Net – Port Base – an important role in Merchant Dutch Ports – Have you ever been bullied or harassed? – Changes in the office staff
MAIB Safety digest 2019 – CO2 emissies scheepvaart – Ballast water management – Online Security Awareness training – Deense regels, Safe Sea Net – Inventory hazardous materials (IHM)