Course Description: This 40-hour training course will provide participants with substantial knowledge on the Oil & Gas industry, the carriage and handling of dangerous liquids via chemical tank ships, Refineries and Pipelines. Course
Objectives: Upon completion of this Course, participants will learn about: Chemical Tankers & Carriage of chemicals; MARPOL 73/78 Annex I and Annex II requirements; Loading plan, cargo transfers and hull stresses; Vessel Emergency Response Plans, Emergency Procedures; Operational procedures, Pollution prevention Rules; Occupational health and safety; Cargo-handling, Auxiliary & Instrumentation systems; Cargo Loading & Discharging operations; HAZMAT Chemical Liquids; Operating procedures and measures for controlling the chemical tank environment; Chemical cargo-tank cleaning procedures, Inert gas systems, Vapor-Control Recovery Systems; Cargo Hazards, Confined space entry.
Course Requirements : USCG,NMC, also 33 CFR 154.94, 46 CFR 150 – 153, 46 CFR 13.209, 13.309, 13.409 or 13.509 for USCG Merchant Mariners’ Tankerman Endorsement, 10.227(d)(8)(c) for renewal of a merchant marine credential endorsed as Tankerman PIC DL and oil tanker, chemical tanker training. The course is also in accordance to the tanker familiarization requirements of STCW Code, Section A-V, Para. 1-21, V/1-2 paragraph 2.2 and section A-V/1, paragraphs 16 to 21 and Table A-V/1-3; MARPOL 73/78 Annex I and Annex II; whereas is in line with the IMO Model Course 1.04.
Written Exam: A minimum written test score of 70% is required.
Certification approved by STCW/USCG: Upon training & exams completion, participants will receive a TSU Maritime Certificate of Training, valid for 5 years.
Location: TSU Campus or clients’ premises (* subject to USCG/NMC approval).