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Advanced Fire Fighting REFRESHER STCW A-VI/3

This REFRESHER course is for seafarers designated to lead a fire team on board ship and for those requiring certificates of competency.

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Course Name:

Advanced Fire Fighting Refresher – STCW A-VI/3

Course Aim:

This is a REFRESHER course providing students with an opportunity to brush up their knowledge & training to take command, organise & train fire parties and control firefighting operations.

This course is designed in accordance with IMO model course 2.03.

Package:

Daily lunch included

Course Structure

This course consists of 8 hours of classroom and practical tuition held over 1 day.

REVIEW OF:

1. Control firefighting operations onboard ship
• Tactics & procedures of fire control at sea
• Tactics & procedures of fire control in port
• Tactics & procedures of fire control when carrying dangerous goods
• Tactics & procedures of fire control for oil, chemical or gas tankers
• Management & control of injured persons
• Co-ordination procedures with shore based firefighters

2. Organise & train fire parties
• Contingency plans
• Fire party composition & allocation
• Training of seafarers in firefighting
• Fire control plans
• Fire & abandon ship drills

3. Inspect & service fire detection and extinguishing systems/equipment
• Fire detection equipment
• Fixed fire extinguishing equipment 
• Fire main, hydrants, hoses, nozzles & pumps
• Portable & mobile fire extinguishing equipment
• Firefighting outfits & PPE
• Rescue, salvage & life support equipment

4. Investigate and compile reports on incidents involving fire
• Fire investigation & reporting procedure
• Documented incident reports- lessons learned

Entry Requirements

To be eligible to attend this course, students must fulfil the following requirements:

  • Be 16 years or older
  • Hold a valid STCW Basic Fire Prevention and Firefighting certificate (A-VI/1-2)
  • Hold a valid seafarers medical certificate (IMO/ILO)
  • Hold a prior STCW Advanced Fire Fighting Certificate

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