STCW PSSR COURSE DETAILS
STCW PSSR Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities is one of the five safety courses that makes up STCW Basic Safety Course. The STCW 1995 and STCW 2010 conventions require that those new to commercial vessels understand some of the health and safety issues that face the super yacht and shipping industries. The course is recognised throughout the world by every IMO signatory nation on the planet and is part of the STCW 95 Code of Practice and STCW 10 amendments.
STCW PSSR COURSE OVERVIEW
Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities is a half day of shore based training on safety issues and procedures unique to the maritime world. The course introduces new seafarers and super-yacht crew to many of the social issues they will face working at sea.
STCW PSSR COURSE PRE REQUISITES:
As a STCW Basic Safety Training course there are no pre requesters other than;
- Minimum age 16 years (your ID is checked on arrival at the centre
- Students do not need to be fit to participate in any aspects of the course delivery however it is helpful for them to have some basic knowledge of life on a ship
The Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities Course is classroom based and for new seafarers before they board their first ship. The course provides an introduction to safe working practices onboard and covers human relationships on board, understanding orders, emergency procedures, entry into enclosed spaces, controlling fatigue, international differences, drink and drugs and communication.
STCW PSSR COURSE CONDITIONS
Training and certification are provided by an external MCA Approved Training Provider under their MCA accreditation. The course is run from Hythe, near Southampton.
- Half day of training
- STCW Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities Certificate
- Tea & Coffee
- Free Parking
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