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Other STCW Certificates According to Function Performed Onboard and /or Type of Vessel
Other crew members with designated safety or pollution prevention duties in the operation of the ship
Other crew members that are not certified under the STCW 2010 Convention or do not have designated safety or pollution prevention duties in the operation of the ship
If in charge of survival craft or rescue boats (other than fast rescue boats)
If designated as crew of a fast rescue boat
If designated to control fire fighting operations
If designated to provide medical care
If the seafarer has designated security duties
If designated as the ship security officer
If the seafarer has a non-security role onboard
For personnel working on passenger ships engaged in international voyages
For personnel working on a tanker
Anti Piracy Training
- Anti piracy training for all crew will be dependent on the area the vessel operates in and may be incorporated into the security training required under the ISPS code at the discretion of the flag state and company.
ILO Rules on Seafarer Medical Training
- Whilst the STCW Convention only requires medical certificates and basic training for seafarers certified under the convention or carrying out safety duties, the 2006 ILO MLC requires all seafarers have medicals, Reg 1.2 and successfully completed training for personal safety on board ship, Reg 1.3.
Additional Non-Mandatory Training - STCW 2010
- B-V/a - Additional training for masters and chief mates of large ships and ships with unusual maneuvering characteristics
- B-V/b - Training of officers and ratings responsible for cargo handling on ships carrying dangerous and hazardous substances in solid form in bulk
- B-V/c - Training of officers and ratings responsible for cargo handling on ships carrying dangerous and hazardous substances in package form.
- B-V/d - Application of the provisions of the STCW Convention to mobile offshore units (MOUs).
- B-V/e - Training and experience for personnel operating dynamic positioning systems.
- B-V/g – Training of masters and officers for ships operating in polar waters.
Note: C/R - Certificates Required, D/P Documentary Proof, T/O Training Onboard, E/R Endorsement Required