Shipping is a global business of great importance to international trade.
Course dates: 9th to 15th February, 2014
The Maritime industry has been aware that 'Human Error' is the major factor in maritime accidents and has started appreciating the need for 'Resource Management' training for improving safety and efficiency on board.
Refresher for bridge and engine-room resource management course
Shipping is a business and the 'management team' on board plays a pivotal part in making it profitable.
Though shipping is one of the most efficient and environmentally benign modes of transport, a small number of shipping accidents have tarnished this image.
On-board training for seafarers is a vital component of competency development necessary for superior performance.
The world today is witnessing a rapid environmental degradation. In present times, with the alarming rise of marine pollution and its impact on the globe, the maritime industry has come under closer scrutiny.
Course Dates: to be notified.
Ports have a key role in facilitating trade, playing a critical interface between marine and land based transportation.
In a hazardous work environment, management of operational risks is an absolute necessity for preventing accidents and incidents.
Effective implementation of the Company’s Safety Management System on board is at the core of ISM Code compliance.
Safety on board ships has come a long way in reducing accidents, but there is still a lot of scope to improve safety.