Ship Management Systems, Cargo Securing, STCW, Dangerous Goods, and BRM & Shiphandling Simulator Courses in Sweden
Founded in 1978 and located at Höganäs in Sweden, MariTerm is a Consultancy Company with expertise within the field of freight transports and offers services in training & education, research and development projects. MariTerm aims to be able to assist this progress both on behalf of the industry but also as part of research teams investigating future investments in infrastructure as well as new regulations.
Based on the knowledge built up through participation in research and development projects and missions and practical tests performed for industries and transport companies, MariTerm has built up a comprehensive training operation within the transport area.
Trainings programs include Cargo securing, Dangerous goods, Maritime management systems (ISPS-SSO (Ship Security Officer), ISM internal audit as well as root cause analysis), and Ship stability.
Ship Management Systems Courses
- SSO Ship Security Officer, CSO Company Security Officer and PFSO Port Facility Officer (2 days): ISPS knowledge training and competency development for shipping companies and ports. Courses are given both as open public courses and in-house at shipping companies and ports.
- SPS Extended - PFSO (Port Facility Officer) (1 day): On the basis of the PFSO training, the course is extended by one separate day where the Port Security Assessment and Port Security Plan are further explored.
- ISM - International Safety Management Code (2 days): ISM knowledge training and competency development for shipping companies and their personnel. Courses are given both as open courses and in-house at shipping companies. The object of the training is to develop competency for internal auditing for shipping companies and operators.
Cargo Securing Courses
- Basic training - Cargo Securing with Theory and Practice (1 day): Training for packers at industries, vehicle drivers, forwarders, terminal workers, railway personnel, authority representatives, as well as other persons working in the transportation chain.
- Basic training - Cargo Securing for Managers (0.5 - 1 day): Training for transport purchasers and heads of delivery departments, forwarders, vehicle organizers as well as insurance company staffs.
- Cargo Securing for Instructors with Theory and Practice (2 days): Training for those who shall instruct other people in cargo securing at road hauling companies and terminals.
- Training for Port Captains, Masters and Officers (2 days): Course according to the STCW requirements.
- Cargo Securing for Able Seamen and Stevedores (2 days): Course with theory and practice according to STCW for seamen (ABS), stevedores and cargo surveyors.
- BRM - Bridge Resource Management (3 days): Bridge Simulator and Bridge Teamwork with Bridge Resource Management Training according to IMO Model Course 1.22 and IMO Model Course 1.30 and conforms to the competence requirements relevant to principles of bridge resource management and application of leadership and teamworking skills prescribed by Section A-VIII/2, Part 3; Table A-II/2. And to the guidance set forth in Section B-I/12 Paragraphs 67-69 of the STCW Code, as amended.
- Shiphandling (1 day): The training includes effective ship handling procedures, delivered in a full mission ship simulator. The exercises include coastal passages, landfalls, pilotage and navigational emergencies. The course provides the opportunity for discussion and implementation of best practices with regard to ship handling procedures.
Passenger Ship Courses
- Crisis Management and Human Behavior for Service on Passenger and Roro Passenger Ships (3.5 days): The training is in accordance with the provisions of the STCW Code regulation V/2 §6 and regulation V/2.8.
Dangerous Goods Training
- Company Adopted DG Training: Company adopted DG training for personnel which classify, pack, mark, label or placard, load/unload, prepare documents, transport or handle dangerous goods.The training is according the regulations for all modes of transport. The requirements of the DG training for the personnel involved in the transport and handling of dangerous goods is settle in chapter 1.3 in ADR, RID, ADN and IMDG and chapter 1.5 in IATA-DGR.