ERRV Crew Initial Training Shipboard Operations (ITSO) Program for all Prospective ERRV Crew Members Excluding Chief Engineers and Masters
Emergency Response and Rescue Vessel (ERRV) is a purpose-built rescue vessel attending offshore installations. An ERRV combines good maneuverability, enhanced survivor reception and medical after-care facilities, state of art navigational/communications equipment and rescue craft capable of operating in severe weather. Many ERRVs are fitted with both daughter craft (DC) and fast rescue craft (FRC).
The aim and objectives of the ERRV Crew Initial Training Shipboard Operations (ITSO) training program are to equip the delegate with the initial knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the role of ERRV crew.
This program is designed to meet the initial training and assessment requirements for all prospective ERRV crew members excluding Chief Engineers and Masters, as there is no requirement for them to undertake the training.
The purpose is to set out the initial Emergency Response training requirements for all prospective ERRV crew members, which will be conducted onshore. This is only part of a broader training program, which includes ongoing onboard training and assessment.
- Duration: Approx. 35 hours (5 days)
- Validity: Continuous training and assessment required through Ongoing Onboard Development and Training Program for ERRV Masters and Crew (OODTP). A formal assessment is made through the OODTP program at least every 3 years.
- Pre-requisites: None
ERRV Crew ITSO Training
The Role and Function of the ERRV and its Crew
- Overview of ERRV operations
- Emergency Incidents External to the Vessel
- ERRV On-Board Response
ERRV Survivor Rescue and Recovery Equipment
- ERRV Survivor Rescue and Recovery Equipment
Principles and Priorities for Basic Medical Aid
- Anatomy and Physiology as appropriate to the role of the BMA
- Principles and Priorities of First Aid
- Understanding of Anticipated Scenarios encountered by the BMA following an Offshore Incident
Assessment and Treatment of Casualties
- Initial Reception and Receiving Casualties Onboard
- Initial Assessment
- Treatment of Anticipated Scenarios encountered by the BMA following an Offshore Incident
- Casualty Monitoring and Recording
- Preparation of Casualty for Transfer
Disclaimer: For general information purpose only - please check with OPITO for the latest and accurate information on Training Standards
Last Updated: March 23, 2021