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Engineering, Oil and Gas

International Safety Management (ISM) Code Familiarization for Maritime and Offshore Oil and Gas Professionals


Introduction:

The International Maritime Organization (IMO), introduced the ISM Code to the industry in 1998, it is now mandatory for a wider range of cargo ships and mobile offshore drilling units (MODU’s), and it is seen as a major instrument to safeguard seafarers from workplace hazards. Past maritime major incidents were a terrible warning bell that highlighted the importance of a Safety Management System onboard Vessels and Offshore Installations. By attending this training, the participants will develop a key understanding of the mandatory ISM Code, the very regulation which is impossible to ignore in today’s highly regulated industry

Targeted Groups:

  • Nautical Officers
  • Engineers
  • Superintendents
  • Vessel Managers
  • Technical Managers
  • Shipping Companies (Management, Inspectors, Quality and Regulatory Compliance)

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Understand and explain the context of maritime safety in general and the ISM in particular
  • Understand the impact of this globally applicable legislation in the maritime industry
  • Comprehend the effectiveness of the ISM Code and its latest revisions
  • Understand the accountability that the ISM Code has placed on the Companies
  • Understand the three central elements: risk assessment, incident reporting, and audit and review

Targeted Competencies:

  • The reasons and background of the implementation of the ISM Code
  • The governing principles of the ISM Code
  • The Companies responsibilities
  • The Role of the Designated Person Ashore (DPA)
  • ISM compliance, internal audits and the system of external verification
  • Safety Management Systems - Hazard identification and Risk assessments methodologies -and their role in the ISM Code

Course Content:
Unit 1: The Background to the International Safety Management Code:

  • Historical context of maritime safety
  • Where did the ISM Code come from
  • The ISM Code within maritime legislation – Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Legal and insurance issues

Unit 2: The Aims, Structure, and Content of the ISM Code:

  • The ISM Code in full
  • Preamble
  • Part A – Implementation
  • Part B – Certification and Verification
  • Certificates - Document of Compliance (DOC) & Safety Management Certificate (SMC)
  • The road from starting to full term certification

Unit 3: Company Responsibilities, Authority, and Obligations:

  • Company responsibilities
  • The Safety Management System (SMS)
  • The Role of the Designated Person Ashore (DPA)
  • Responsibility, authority, accountability of the DPA
  • Master’s responsibility and authority

Unit 4: Operational Safety Management – Shipboard Operations:

  • Functional requirements of an SMS
  • Basis of an effective Management System
  • Key component and role of an SMS
  • Reports and analysis of non-conformities, accidents and hazardous occurrences
  • Emergency preparedness
  • Drills and Exercises

Unit 5: Risk Assessment and Management:

  • Incident investigation, event and causal factor
  • Hazard identification techniques
  • Risk assessment – qualitative and quantitative methods
  • Risk reduction
  • Safety Culture
  • Internal audits and effective communication


UAE (Dubai)
17/10/2021 - 21/10/2021
Euro 2500
UAE (Dubai)
1/8/2021 - 5/8/2021
Euro 2500
UAE (Dubai)
13/6/2021 - 17/6/2021
Euro 2500
Egypt (Cairo)
19/9/2021 - 23/9/2021
Euro 2500
Egypt (Cairo)
4/7/2021 - 8/7/2021
Euro 2500
Egypt (Cairo)
18/4/2021 - 22/4/2021
Euro 2500
Morocco (Casablanca)
4/7/2021 - 8/7/2021
Euro 2500
Jordan (Amman)
24/10/2021 - 28/10/2021
Euro 2500
Jordan (Amman)
27/6/2021 - 1/7/2021
Euro 2500
UK (London)
21/6/2021 - 25/6/2021
Euro 4500
UK (London)
13/9/2021 - 17/9/2021
Euro 4500
UK (London)
8/3/2021 - 12/3/2021
Euro 4500
Egypt (Sharm El-Sheikh)
14/3/2021 - 18/3/2021
Euro 2500
Egypt (Sharm El-Sheikh)
26/12/2021 - 30/12/2021
Euro 2500
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
9/5/2021 - 13/5/2021
Euro 3500
Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)
19/9/2021 - 23/9/2021
Euro 3500
Turkey (Istanbul)
10/10/2021 - 14/10/2021
Euro 3000
Turkey (Istanbul)
4/4/2021 - 8/4/2021
Euro 3000
Turkey (Istanbul)
4/7/2021 - 8/7/2021
Euro 3000
Turkey (Istanbul)
5/9/2021 - 9/9/2021
Euro 3000
France (Paris)
22/11/2021 - 26/11/2021
Euro 4500
France (Paris)
12/4/2021 - 16/4/2021
Euro 4500
Spain (Barcelona)
15/3/2021 - 19/3/2021
Euro 4500
Spain (Barcelona)
27/9/2021 - 1/10/2021
Euro 4500
Spain (Barcelona)
7/6/2021 - 11/6/2021
Euro 4500
Italy (Rome)
13/9/2021 - 17/9/2021
Euro 4500
Italy (Rome)
5/7/2021 - 9/7/2021
Euro 4500
Manama (Bahrain)
30/5/2021 - 3/6/2021
Euro 2500
Manama (Bahrain)
5/12/2021 - 9/12/2021
Euro 2500
Oman(Muscat)
29/8/2021 - 2/9/2021
Euro 2500
Kuwait (Kuwait)
5/9/2021 - 9/9/2021
Euro 2500
Spain (madrid)
13/9/2021 - 17/9/2021
Euro 4500
Singapore (Singapore)
13/9/2021 - 17/9/2021
Euro 4500
Netherlands (Amsterdam)
23/8/2021 - 27/8/2021
Euro 4500
Canada (Toronto)
14/6/2021 - 18/6/2021
Euro 5000
Online
19/12/2021 - 23/12/2021
Euro 1250
Online
25/7/2021 - 29/7/2021
Euro 1250
Online
13/6/2021 - 17/6/2021
Euro 1250