A superintendent's ability to identify hazards, analyze risks, identify and evaluate options and take action, determines the flow of the shipping process.
The course contains topics related to Ships in Operation, such as classification systematics, damage to hull, CAP, machinery surveys, port state inspections, and international regulations such as MARPOL, SOLAS, ISM, etc. The course comes with group exercises, discussions and an exam.
The main purpose of the course is to help superintendents efficiently achieve compliance of applicable requirements related to class, flag state & port state.
- Class involvement for damage and repair – practical day-to-day examples
- MyDNVGL portal & DATE
- Class Systematics and Rules
- ISM & ISPS & MLC
- MARPOL & SOLAS
- Hull surveys & Hull structure
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of this course.
- Port State Control & Concentrated Inspection Campaigns
- Machinery Surveys Arrangements
- Emergency Response Service - ERS™
It is assumed that the target group holds significant competence prior to course, and many issues must be seen as clarifications, refreshing and updates.
Upon completion of this course, the participants should, in general terms, be able to explain:
- The interrelation between ship owners, class societies, insurers, flag authorities, and last but not least; port state authorities
- The role of class societies
- How class works and how to find related information through DNV GL Exchange
- Practical implications of statutory regulations and important issues in Rules & Regulations to come.
- A practical understanding of the hull strength, stresses, corrosion and fatigue.
- Hull and Machinery surveillance schemes.
- Management systems, ISM and ISPS
The purpose of this course is to help superintendents efficiently achieve compliance of applicable requirements related to class, flag state & port state.