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BASIC LIQUEFIED GAS TANKER OPERATIONS (STCW)

BASIC LIQUEFIED GAS TANKER OPERATIONS (STCW)

Target Audience

This course is for Officers and Ratings assigned specific duties and responsibilities related to cargo or cargo equipment on a Liquefied Natural Gas Tanker and is a mandatory requirement under STCW Table A-V/1-2-1.

Course Content

On successful completion of this course, delegates will be able to:

  • Identify types of gas carriers and their general arrangement
  • Understand properties and characteristics of gases
  • Identify piping systems and cargo handling equipment
  • Apply care of cargo when loading, unloading or during transit
  • Carry out tank cleaning, purging, gas freeing and inerting
  • Understand and prevent hazards including electrostatic charge and use of the emergency shutdown (ESD)
  • Respond to emergencies
Entry Standards

Serving Officer or Rating on a Liquified Gas Tanker, some Maritime Administrations may specify an additional requirement to have served or serve at least 3 months of approved sea going service on a Liquified Gas Tanker

Facilities

Classroom, Videos, Gas Simulator – G-Sim DNV approved Class A Liquid Cargo Handling Simulator (ME-GI, DFDE and Steam Turbine models)  

Teaching Method

Classroom lecture, videos, various examples, simulated cargo exercises 

Guidelines

STCW A-V/1-2-1, The ISM Code, SIGTTO, IMO Model Course 1.04

Course Duration

3 days

Assessment

Knowledge and Practical assessments.

Certification

Attendance certificate on successful completion of assessments.

Venue

This course is regularly offered by our MTCs, and may be available online, please contact your regional Maritime Training Centre (MTC) or for BSM employees kindly contact your local Crew Service Centre (CSC) for the next available course

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