This is the last in a series of three short modules which cover entry into an enclosed space, precautions whilst in an enclosed space, and procedures for an emergency in an enclosed space. In this third module, we identify the actions to take if something goes wrong while working in an enclosed space.
Legislation & references
- STCW A-VI/1-4 + relevant parts of A-II/5, A-III/5 and A-III/7 + A-II/1, A-II/2, A-II/3, A-III/1, A-III/2, A-III/4 and A-III/6, COSWP Ch15
- ILO Code of Practice on “Accident Prevention on Board Ship at Sea and in Port”.
- IMO Resolution A.1050(27).
- ISGOTT CH10 + refs in chapters 2, 7 and 14
The learner will be able to:
- identify the possible causes of an enclosed space emergency
- recognise signs of adverse health effects caused by exposure to hazards in enclosed spaces
- describe the emergency procedures for rescue from an enclosed space
- list the elements of an enclosed space entry contingency plan
- identify common errors made when an enclosed space entry operation becomes an emergency situation
- identify the requirement for, and purpose of, effective enclosed space rescue drills
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- Exmar Ship Management
- Interlink Maritime Corp.
- Bernhard Schulte Ship Management
- Naviera Armas
- Nordic Hamburg
- Kedextin S.L
- Hoegh Autoliners
- Seagull Maritime AS