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Emergency Procedures

Task 1

Understand the importance of musters and drills and knows what action to take on hearing an alarm signal.

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Task 2

Demonstrate knowledge of assigned shipboard emergency duties in event of a fire, emergency or Man Overboard both in port and at sea.

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Task 3

Demonstrate a familiarity with type, use and location of firefighting appliances including fixed fire-fighting equipment, such as in all guest areas, general crew areas and galley.

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Task 4

Demonstrate a familiarity with type, use and location of lifesaving appliances and life-saving equipment.

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Task 5

Understand the operations, precautions and the dangers of launching and recovery of rescue and survival craft

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Task 6

Know the various muster stations (including emergency and support parties, crew and guest muster points).

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Task 7

Is familiar with the equipment associated with the lifejacket and immersion suit.

Can locate and don your life jacket, and immersion suit (if applicable).

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Task 8

Understand the advantages of the early use of immersion suits and thermal protective aids (TPAs) and the circumstances In which they should be worn.

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Task 9

Can describe the difference between a lifejacket and a buoyancy aid, and knows when you may wear the jacket, and when you must wear it.

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Task 10

Understand the advantages of the early use of immersion suits and thermal protective aids (TPAs) and the circumstances In which they should be worn.

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Task 11

Locate and understand the ship-board fire-fighting equipment, including:

Alarm activating points, alarm bells, Extinguishers, hydrants, hoses, breathing apparatus and fireman's outfits

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Task 12

Locate and understand the lifesaving appliances on board, including:

life rafts, lifebuoys, line throwing apparatus, distress rockets, flares& other pyrotechnics, EPIRBs, SARTs, emergency radios, survival suits, thermal protective aids.

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Task 13

Describe the action to be taken in discovering smoke or fire:

  • At sea

  • In port

  • From another vessel

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Task 14

Participate in a fire drill. Describe the procedures to be followed and the correct & appropriate equipment to be used in various scenarios.

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Task 15

Understand the most likely cause of fire for various areas including:

Accommodation, galley, engine room, storerooms, guests areas

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Task 16

Participate in an emergency drill. Describe the procedures to be followed for mustering and accounting for guests and crew, donning of lifesaving equipment, abandonment of the ship and boarding of survival craft.

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Task 17

Describe the action taken in event of a man overboard:

  • At sea

  • In port

  • From another vessel

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Task 18

Participate in a medical casualty drill. Describe the immediate action to be taken upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency, means of rescue and evacuation (including from an enclosed space) and means of obtaining further medical assistance on board.

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