SCMS TRAINING DAY 16th May 2018Karl Pizzey
The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors (SCMS) TRAINING DAY 16th May 2018
The Society of Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors (SCMS) are proud to present a training day aimed at Marine Surveyors to help promote safety within the industry.
Topics to be covered:
- Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC)
- Confined Spaces
- Working at Heights
TIME : 09:30-17:00
DATE: 16th MAY 2018
VENUE: St Mary’s Football Stadium Britannia Rd, Southampton SO14 5FP
Cost is £110. per delegate to include lunch, tea & coffee
Please email and register your interest to email@example.com or +44 (0)23 8063 6466, with your name, company name, address, contact number, email and any special dietary needs.
*Schedule subject to change
Maritime Labour Convention, 2006 (MLC)
What is MLC?
The Convention comprises three different but related parts: the Articles, the Regulations and the Code.
The Articles and Regulations set out the core rights and principles and the basic obligations of Members ratifying the Convention. The Articles and Regulations can only be changed by the Conference in the framework of article 19 of the Constitution of the International Labour Organisation (see Article XIV of the Convention).
The Code contains the details for the implementation of the Regulations. It comprises Part A (mandatory Standards) and Part B (non-mandatory Guidelines). The Code can be amended through the simplified procedure set out in Article XV of the Convention. Since the Code relates to detailed implementation, amendments to it must remain within the general scope of the Articles and Regulations.
The Regulations and the Code are organized into general areas under five Titles:
Title 1: Minimum requirements for seafarers to work on a ship
Title 2: Conditions of employment
Title 3: Accommodation, recreational facilities, food and catering
Title 4: Health protection, medical care, welfare and social security protection
Title 5: Compliance and enforcement
This training day will cover the basics of the MLC and how it relates to the Marine Surveyor.
Course content **:
1. Introduction by speaker.
2. Case study, probably Viking Islay multi fatality in the UK.
3. Defining and identifying a confined space.
4. Clarifying the term “entry”.
5. General Hazards.
6. Preparing a confined space for entry (ships staff) & Near Miss examples x2
7. Rescue arrangements.
8. Permits to work.
9. Competent person.
10. Responsible person.
12. Marine Chemist.
13. Dangers from Adjacent Spaces.
14. Toxic Product.
15. Surveyor – the role of.
17. Confined space entry procedures.
18. Safety Equipment for confined space entry.
19. When to leave a confined space.
20. Guidelines and documents on confined space entry.
** Subject to change
Working at Heights
A demonstration of equipment and procedures will take place at the end of the day.