# 0399 | Fatigue Management - Good Leadership
Based on IMO circular 1598 GUIDELINES ON FATIGUE, this e-learning module, aims to provide those operating at management level, with the essential knowledge that can be used, when developing schedules, systems of work and creating the conditions necessary to mitigate the risk of fatigue.


# 0140 | Chemicals in the Engine Room
Have you any idea how many different chemicals are used in the engine room these days? Some suppliers have over one hundred chemicals they can sell you, just for use on ships. Of course these chemicals are very useful, but some of them are a little risky! They are a little bit risky to store, they are a little bit risky to use, and we need to be careful how we dispose of them, because some of them can harm the environment.
In this module we will identify the procedures for safe storage and handling of chemicals in the engine room and discuss the requirements for first aid.


# 0585 | Electric Shock
Electric shocks are always dangerous, so it’s essential that crew members know how to respond when an electric shock occurs on board, as even a small amount of current can be fatal. Describing the causes of electric shocks and the precautions to prevent them from occurring, this module provides the learner with practical knowledge of procedures for undertaking safe maintenance and repair activities. It also prepares them for the correct response in the case of an electrical emergency.
Within this module, the main electric shock risks on board ship are identified and discussed, with specific emphasis on the factors that affect the severity of an electric shock. Identifying ways to reduce risk, this highly engaging e-learning module also teaches learners the correct immediate and varied responses to electric shock.


# 0462 - 2442 |  Engine Room Emergencies - Engine Room Fire
Due to the presence of fuel, sources of ignition, and running machinery, there is always some risk of having an engine room fire. This has the potential to disable the ship, cause extensive damage and threaten the safety of those onboard. An extended period on board a ship without a fire incident can lead to complacency and a delay in extinguishing the fire, whilst prompt first actions can greatly reduce the damage caused and protect those onboard.
This title will remind the learner of the correct actions to take in the event of an engine room fire, the methods available for tackling such fires, and prompt them to refresh their knowledge on their own ship’s procedures and equipment for dealing with such emergencies.


# 0675 - 2606 | Main Engine Exhaust Valve Overhaul, MC Engine
Main engine exhaust valves have many heavy parts and a varied, and relatively complex, construction. This calls for great care when carrying out maintenance activities, both for safety reasons and to ensure that the valves function correctly for the expected service life when fitted.
Produced in association with SEASPAN, this module will prepare engine room staff for overhauling a MAN Diesel MC Engine exhaust valve, showing them how to avoid the common causes of damage, and the essential points to check during maintenance.




# 0282 - 2507 | Hot Work - Doing the job safely
The e-learning module and learning film content has been reviewed and updated according to ISGOTT edition 6.



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