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Safety of Life at Sea.wmv
 
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Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) @ Magsaysay Training Center... June 9 -June 18 - Class @ Times Plaza June 15 - PST @ Tanza, Cavite June 16 - FPFF @ Tanza, Cavite
Views: 1591 goldensunteam
Safety of Lives at Sea SOLAS
 
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rudd government intends to continue the work of the howard government with breaches of the Safety of Lives at Sea Convention of 1954
Views: 1177 Dee Lowe
oceanwide safety at sea
 
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Views: 680 sjoerdvdbrugge1
Fire Down Below
 
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This film is about safety of life at sea. It covers many of the issues raised by the ISM Code and STCW: the importance of a safety culture on-board ship; correct record-keeping, maintenance procedures and the individual responsibility of everyone on-board. The subject is presented in a dramatic way, telling the story of a fire on a ship, which results in the death of a young cadet. As a fire investigator makes his way around the stricken vessel, analysing the damage, and interviewing the crew, the film resembles a detective mystery and, although this film seems to be about a fire on board ship, it is, in fact, about a much bigger subject. Visit http://www.walport.com for more information.
Views: 1676 TRAININGlink
Nabatukang DOOR OPENER..!! :))
 
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Fire Fighting Drill .. Safety Of Life At Sea ( SOLAS).. Philippine Nautical Training Colleges.. formerly Philippine Nautical Training Institute.. Dasmariñas, Cavite.. November 9-11, 2010..
Views: 920 LoveDoctor021
Boating Safety - Life Rafts
 
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Learn more at http://bit.ly/11TUBvW from Northeast Angling (http://neangling.com). Free saltwater fishing video, tips and techniques, fishing spots, destinations, news, reports, product reviews, recommended tackle and much more! In this video: Equip your boat with a life raft and learn how to use it
Views: 1795 Northeast Angling
Dramatic video of Clelia II Antarctic cruise ship slammed by giant waves
 
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A US-operated Antarctic cruise ship with 160 people aboard has lost an engine in high seas, but is limping safely to its scheduled port. The Argentine Navy said the Clelia II declared an emergency on Tuesday, reporting it had lost an engine amid heavy seas and 55 miles per hour (90 km per hour) winds. The ship, operated by Polar Cruises of Bend, Oregon, has 100 passengers and 60 crew members aboard. Courtesy: jonbowermaster.com RT on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RTnews RT on Twitter: http://twitter.com/RT_com
Views: 22249332 RT
Maersk Drilling - Visit jack-up rig Maersk Resolute in the North Sea
 
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Find out more about the largest and most advanced hardware: http://www.maersk.com/en/hardware Join Ben, Senior Tool Pusher at Maersk Drilling, on a tour to the North Sea to visit Maersk Resolute, a 350 foot jack-up drilling rig. The rig is one of the most advanced in the world, and shows several examples of the cutting edge technology, which is increasingly necessary today, as the search for oil and gas becomes more and more complex. Learn more about us on our website http://www.maerskdrilling.com Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/MaerskDrilling You can also find Maersk Group here: http://www.maersk.com Or connect with us on the following social channels: Facebook: https://facebook.com/maerskgroup Twitter: https://twitter.com/maersk Google +: https://plus.google.com/+maersk LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/maersk-group
Views: 139973 Maersk
Life Raft Inflation
 
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Taken on board Mobile Offshore Drilling Unit (MODU) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Inflation of 8 man liferaft.
Views: 233475 leinadnilbud
Maritime Piracy Joint Maritime Industry Anti Piracy Petition - Part 1
 
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IMO Mr. Efthimios E. Mitropoulos Secretary General Presentation of the Joint industry end piracy now campaign to the International Maritime Organization's Secretary General Mr. Efthimios Mitropoulos International Maritime Organization -- www.imo.org IMO -- the International Maritime Organization -- is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships. Shipping is perhaps the most international of the world's industries, serving more than 90 per cent of global trade by carrying huge quantities of cargo cost effectively, cleanly and safely. The ownership and management chain surrounding any ship can embrace many countries and ships spend their economic life moving between different jurisdictions, often far from the country of registry. There is, therefore, a need for international standards to regulate shipping - which can be adopted and accepted by all. The first maritime treaties date back to the 19th century. Later, the Titanic disaster of 1912 spawned the first international safety of life at sea - SOLAS - convention, still the most important treaty addressing maritime safety. International memorial to seafarers. In September 2001 the international memorial to the world's seafarers, past, present and future, was unveiled at IMO Headquarters. The memorial, a seven-metre high, ten-tonne bronze representation of the bow of a cargo ship with a lone seafarer on the deck, is the work of internationally renowned sculptor Michael Sandle. Its dramatic configuration and massive scale have transformed the front of the IMO building and created a major London landmark on the Thames riverfront. 23 - September - 2010
Views: 522 FASTfaceofshipping
Scuba Diving Ship Sink only life raft at sea remains official footage HD
 
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Please subscribe to our DivingAccidents Chanel. Scuba Diving Ship Sink only life raft at sea remains official footage HD The first two steps in getting certified in scuba diving is to make sure that you are a reasonably proficient swimmer and you get medical clearance from your doctor to take up the sport. As for the swimming, you don't have to master every type of stroke. Scuba certification only requires that you are able to swim about 200 yards using any stroke you want and to be able to float or tread on water for about 10 minutes. Scuba Diving Ships sunk in Malta If you are in good general health and are comfortable in the water, then you should be able to scuba dive without any problems.
Views: 1348 DivingAccidents
How to Survive at Sea
 
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Life of Pi By Yan Martel Creative Response Assignment
Views: 471 AmyElD
Invaders from the sea (IMO-BBC Documentary)
 
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The award winning IMO-BBC documentary film Invaders from the Sea, which address the core of the invasive species in ships' ballast water problem is now available from IMO's Publications Section. This documentary won the gold award in the category of "Best United Nations Feature" at the 2007's "Stories from the Field", the third annual United Nations Documentary Film Festival, which took place in New York. The film was produced by IMO, the United Nations agency responsible for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships, in co-operation with the BBC and the shipping industry.
Views: 4530 IMOHQ
Rescue at sea
 
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The 28-man crew from the abandoned fishing vessel Hou Chun 11 cling to life rafts 900 miles south of Honolulu, Feb. 9, 2010. Coast Guard crews from Hawaii and Alaska responded to the 28-member crew and provided medical assistance. U.S. Coast Guard video by Coast Guard Air Station Barbers Point.
Views: 446 starbulletin
Victory At Sea - Melanesian Nightmare - Episode 13
 
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The Allies are victorious in New Guinea as they repel the Japanese. They thus bring the fight through a series of "island-hopping" offensives using a new ship -- the slow but vital LST. The price paid is great on both sides, but as Japanese casualties increase in their never-ending losing battle against the Allied onslaught, their homeland only hears news of their victory being broadcast by radio. We see also just how Japan's people are suffering in defeat through a very touching scene of a massive funeral at the conclusion of this segment, providing a balance of how universal grief truly is.
Views: 49537 Nuclear Vault
Sea Scout Ship 25 attends Safety at Sea Day
 
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A Sea Scout training day provided by USCG Sector Baltimore and the USCG Auxiliary, September 18, 2010, at USCG Station Curtis Bay.
Views: 186 George Hay Kain III
Stranded and surviving at sea
 
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Nick Schuyler recounts the boating accident that claimed the lives of two NFL players and one former college teammate.
Views: 13034 CNN
Lowering The Lifeboat On Our Cruise Ship
 
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Lifeboats are an important part of safety on a cruise. The Holland American ship Rotterdam used several of the lifeboats as tenders to take passengers ashore when the port was too small to dock. Watch the lifeboat lower from below.
MMEA Petir 10 - R4S and SeaWatch System
 
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The AIS Class A broadcasting standard is excellent for information sharing between commercial ships at sea and between ships and shore stations. The AIS system will enhance safety and security in ports and out at sea as the population of AIS users grows. This open information sharing is however not suitable for users like Navy, Coast Guard, Police, etc., who have a need to exchange secure information between their own assets and still be able to receive the open AIS information. Saab TransponderTech has developed the R4S AIS, which satisfi es these requirements. The Secure AIS functionality has been developed concurrently for the R4S shipborne AIS transponder, the R4A Airborne AIS transponder and the Saab R40 Base Station, in order to create a complete solution. Upgrade options will become available for existing, qualifi ed users of Saab TransponderTech R4, R4A and R40 products.
Views: 474 Greenfinder SB
Joint Maritime Industry Anti Piracy Petition - Part 2
 
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IMO Mr. Efthimios E. Mitropoulos Secretary General 23 - September - 2010 Presentation of the Join industry end piracy now campaign to the International Maritime Orgainization's Secretary General Mr. Efthimios Mitropoulos International Maritime Organization -- www.imo.org IMO -- the International Maritime Organization -- is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships. Shipping is perhaps the most international of the world's industries, serving more than 90 per cent of global trade by carrying huge quantities of cargo cost effectively, cleanly and safely. The ownership and management chain surrounding any ship can embrace many countries and ships spend their economic life moving between different jurisdictions, often far from the country of registry. There is, therefore, a need for international standards to regulate shipping - which can be adopted and accepted by all. The first maritime treaties date back to the 19th century. Later, the Titanic disaster of 1912 spawned the first international safety of life at sea - SOLAS - convention, still the most important treaty addressing maritime safety. International memorial to seafarers. In September 2001 the international memorial to the world's seafarers, past, present and future, was unveiled at IMO Headquarters. The memorial, a seven-metre high, ten-tonne bronze representation of the bow of a cargo ship with a lone seafarer on the deck, is the work of internationally renowned sculptor Michael Sandle. Its dramatic configuration and massive scale have transformed the front of the IMO building and created a major London landmark on the Thames riverfront.
Views: 108 FASTfaceofshipping
Signature Lecture: Piracy and Terrorism at Sea
 
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A public lecture about piracy and terrorism at sea with guest speakers Judge (Ambassador) Helmut Türk, Vice President of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea, Hamburg, Germany and Jay Bahadur, from the University of Toronto, author of "The Pirates of Puntland: An Inside Look at the World's Last Buccaneers." About the Speakers: Jay Bahadur is Toronto-based freelance journalist, currently working on a book, "The Pirates of Puntland", in partnership with local Somali news agency Garowe Online. Since 2008 Jay has been conducting research throughout Puntland - a city at the heart of the pirates' tribal homeland. He has interviewed the journalist son of the Puntland's President as well as maritime insurers and lawyers in London, former hostages in Romania, and jailed pirates in Kenya. Jay has published articles in the London Times, The New York Times,The Financial Times, and The Globe and Mail, worked as a freelance correspondent for CBS News, advised the US State Department, and has appeared on the BBC's Today Programme, Outlook, and Newshour, as well as the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's program Out of Africa. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 2007, earning an Honors B.A. in Political Science, Economics, and History. Ambassador Helmut Tuerk is Vice-President of the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea and a former Austrian diplomat. He has extensive experience in maritime law and has written dozens of pieces on piracy and terrorism at sea. Some of his most recent publications include, "Combating Terrorism at Sea -- the Suppression of Unlawful Acts against the Safety of Maritime Navigation", "The Resurgence of Piracy: A Phenomenon of Modern Times", and "The Waning Freedom of the Seas". Ambassador Tuerk received his Dr. jur. from the University of Vienna (in 1963. He also attended the College of Europe, Bruges from 1963 tp 1964. His term as Vice-President of the ITLS expires in 2011.
BST sa UV
 
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Dec. 18, 2010 last day of Basic Safety Training aka Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS). Dance number by CDO Boys. Instructor is Lawrence Abella of University of Visayas (UV) - MTC.
Views: 205 sadiqqi
Life at Sea Working on a General Cargo Ship.wmv
 
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A short film showing the life on board the Stephenson Clarke's general cargo ship, the MV Storrington, made in early 2010.
Views: 101255 VPTV
At Sea- Training Simulation
 
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Get more action at http://military.discovery.com/videos/ To be sure sailors are able to react appropriately to problems underwater, the U.S. Navy uses gimble technology allowing the instructors to prepare trainees for life on a submarine.
Inflatable Life Rafts Trailer
 
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The decision to abandon ship is never an easy one. In this kind of extreme emergency, preparation and practice are the keys to survival. This videotape presents viewers with crucial considerations that influence the decision to abandon ship, and essential procedures to follow once that decision has been made. This comprehensive instructional reference covers issues such as installing and servicing inflatable life rafts, launching and boarding procedures, equipment that is and isn't standard issue, and survival procedures inside the raft. http://www.johnsabella.com/
Views: 38168 John Sabella
Onboard Lockout Tagout Trailer
 
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https://www.johnsabella.com/detail.lasso?title=650696 Onboard Lockout-Tagout depicts real-world lockout-tagout procedures aboard vessels ranging from harbor tugs to super tankers. Lockout-tagout refers to the set of procedures that is essential for protecting personnel, vessels and the environment from damage caused by the inadvertent operation of onboard systems. Lockout ensures that mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and pressure systems cannot be accidentally energized when personnel are in harm's way or equipment is at risk. Tagout alerts other crewmembers as to the status of a machine or system, about why it has been taken out of service, and the identity of the individual who has applied the lockout. The program is sponsored by a team of vessel operators: Alaska Tanker Company, Chevron Shipping, Crowley Marine Services and Foss Maritime Company. "These companies wanted a training resource that reflects onboard practice rather than the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) regulations that apply to shoreside plants," according to producer John Sabella. "We scripted it in conjunction with the operations departments of the four companies, and photographed working engineers practicing lockout-tagout aboard their vessels. The fact is, there isn't a one-to-one correlation between the shoreside and at-sea workplaces, and up until now, there hasn't been a program on lockout-tagout that treats the subject matter from a marine perspective. Now, vessel personnel have an educational resource that demonstrates good shipboard practice in a maritime context. http://www.johnsabella.com/
Views: 3671 John Sabella
Ship Safety Orientation Trailer
 
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https://www.johnsabella.com/detail.lasso?title=650695 A component of The Ship Safety Suite, Ship Safety Orientation begins with a discussion of the goal of modern vessel operations: to serve the shipping marketplace by providing marine operations that cause no accidents, no injuries to personnel and no environmental damage. The program describes the importance of a safety culture extending from top management through the ranks of onboard personnel. It discusses the importance of ship familiarization training for new crewmembers and goes on to cover maritime security, the HSSE (health, safety, security and environmental) management system, safety and survival at sea, safety on the job, basic seamanship, accident and injury reporting, onboard emergencies, zero tolerance for controlled substances and an introduction to shipboard environmental management. http://www.johnsabella.com/
Views: 2495 John Sabella
Buried At Sea-From Dying Skies
 
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A Song From The Album "The Lakeshore" By From Dying Skies Called Buried At Sea. Visit They're Myspace Page To Check Out More At http://www.myspace.com/fromdyingskies
Views: 1266 DROWNINGforBETRAYAL
Oil/Chemical Tanker
 
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http://shipsimages.blogspot.com Safety First. Gasoline. Jet Fuel. Fuel Oil. Diesel. Palm Oil. Coconut Oil. Olive Oil. Soya Oil. The ship. The waves. The Sea. The Seafarer. The Life at Sea. Panama. Liberia. Argentina. Mexico. Rotterdam. Germany. Hamburg. China. Hongkong. Japan. Montevideo. Bahia Blanca. Indonesia. Malaysia. Singapore. Gibraltar. Barcelona. Taragona. England
Views: 2952 Time To Share
Accidents At Sea
 
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This DVD presents six real-life case studies from the Norwegian Sea Trade Directory, highlighting how accidents happen, why they happen and how to avoid them. Visit http://www.walport.com for more information
Views: 11177 TRAININGlink
Life at Sea as a Passanger on Sea Princess
 
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Experince the promenade deck and the atrium. My Links Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Off-The-Map-Pty-Ltd-1488769378033696/ https://www.instagram.com/graham0205/ Twitter https://twitter.com/off_map My Gear Stills: Canon 500D, Sony Bloggie Video: Canon Legria HFS21, Chroma 4K Quadcopter Action Cam: Quanam 4K, 1080p HD Jaycar, Kogan 1080P, Mobius
Views: 753 Graham Wilson
Seafarers' Rights International Launch - Efthimios Mitropoulos - International Maritime Organization
 
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Mr. Efthimios E. Mitropoulos Secretary General International Maritime Organization On World Maritime Day 2010, Mr. Mitropoulos introduced the launch of the Seafarers' Rights Centre and mentions that seafarers must be treated with respect and fairness and kept in the minds of the public in general. To this end he reminds all of the day of the seafarer the first celebration of which will be on 25 June 2011. The implementation of ILO 185 relating to seafarers identity documents and also the ratification MLC 2006, the latter considered as the fourth pillar of the maritime industry following SOLAS MARPOL and STCW. International Maritime Organization www.imo.org IMO -- the International Maritime Organization -- is the United Nations specialized agency with responsibility for the safety and security of shipping and the prevention of marine pollution by ships. Shipping is perhaps the most international of the world's industries, serving more than 90 per cent of global trade by carrying huge quantities of cargo cost effectively, cleanly and safely. The ownership and management chain surrounding any ship can embrace many countries and ships spend their economic life moving between different jurisdictions, often far from the country of registry. There is, therefore, a need for international standards to regulate shipping - which can be adopted and accepted by all. The first maritime treaties date back to the 19th century. Later, the Titanic disaster of 1912 spawned the first international safety of life at sea - SOLAS - convention, still the most important treaty addressing maritime safety. (more) International memorial to seafarers. In September 2001 the international memorial to the world's seafarers, past, present and future, was unveiled at IMO Headquarters. The memorial, a seven-metre high, ten-tonne bronze representation of the bow of a cargo ship with a lone seafarer on the deck, is the work of internationally renowned sculptor Michael Sandle. Its dramatic configuration and massive scale have transformed the front of the IMO building and created a major London landmark on the Thames riverfront.
Views: 611 FASTfaceofshipping
Dramatic footage: Helicopter rescue of man from sinking boat in Croatia
 
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A 56-year-old Croatian man was rescued from his sinking boat on Monday, seconds before it was dragged under the waters of River Sava in Zagreb. After many hours of trying to tow Ivan Plevnik and his boat to safety, emergency officials had to winch a rescuer down from a helicopter, when the boat began to sink.
Views: 4512465 RT
RISKING MY LIFE FOR YOUR SAFETY by MR. PJ
 
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I RISKED MY LIFE IN ORDER TO BRING YOU THIS MESSAGE OF SAFETY. Please do not try this at home!!! This is one Rule of the Road you DON'T want to ignore. Enjoy the message brought to you by the Fuzzy Soul Tiger, Mr. PJ! Original "Buckle Up Before You Drive Jingle" by the Fuzzy Soul Tiger, Mr. PJ Destin.
Views: 3333 FuzzySoulTiger
Testing a Life Vest ( PFD ) - Life Vest Safety
 
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Testing a Life Vest ( PFD ) - Life Vest Safety Personal Floatation Device Coast Guard Approved Meets all Federal Standards Eden North Carolina
Views: 27122 Jesse Shelton
Assessing Risk: Slips Trips & Falls
 
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Risk Assessment is a necessary part of working life - at sea or indeed anywhere else. This film encourages your crew to look at Risk Assessment as their friend - something they should do continuously throughout their day. Risk Assessment isn't just a paperwork or tick-box exercise. We approach Risk Assessment by looking at the subject of 'Slips, Trips & Falls'. This class of accident continues to cost shipowners dearly - time, money and the health and well-being of their crews
Views: 2097 TRAININGlink
How to wear a lifejacket correctly - brought to you by the RNLI RYA and MCA - stay safe on the water
 
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http://www.rya.org.uk Keep safe on the water by wearing your lifejacket correctly. Watch the video for tips on how to stay safe on the water. See the difference a crotch strap makes.
vhfradiocourse.com | Log On Log Off VHF Marine Radio Call
 
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Log On As previously highlighted on www.vhfradiocourse.com if the radio is not used, then its best to have it as an anchor. Making a routine call to another boat or VMR, state clearly: THE BOAT NAME OR Volunteer Marine Rescue / Coast Guard (VMR) you are calling (spoken three times if communications are difficult on the ) THIS IS (use boat name or registration number if an unnamed boat), spoken three times if necessary MESSAGE. (finish with over) When the conversation is completed, SIGN OFF WITH OUT. When LOGGING ON with a VMR, provide the following information: •DEPARTING LOCATION •VESSEL REGISTRATION NUMBER •PLANNED DESTINATION •DESCRIPTION OF YOUR VESSEL •NUMBER OF PERSONS ON BOARD (POB 2 adults 3 children 1 dog) •EXPECTED TIME OF RETURN. (ETR - eg 1700hrs, not 5pm) A mobile phone contact as a back up can be useful, although your radio should always be treated as the primary communication mode. Most importantly: Advise the VMR if you plan to change your COURSE, ETR or POB during the trip time and once returned to port, LOG OFF. VMR and rescue authorities spend a lot of wasted time following up on forgotten Log Off calls. So remember to Log Off... SOLAS Safety Of Life At Sea... And Go and attend a Local VMR Coast Guard Radio Course
Views: 10935 theVhfradiocourse
Mooring Operations - One Small Slip
 
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Mooring Operations - One Small Slip. Whether ships are mooring every few days or every few weeks, mooring is a high-risk operation. The film addresses the unacceptably high number of incidents in which crew have been injured, sometimes fatally, while participating in this routine operation. Visit http://www.walport.com for more information.
Views: 767132 TRAININGlink
Lifesling - Crew Overboad Rescue - Annapolis Book of Seamanship
 
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Excerpt from The Annopolis Book of Seamanship, Vol. III, Safety At Sea. A woman rescues her mate singlehandedly in calm conditions using the Lifesling. Good detail on the steps using the 3:1 block and tackle to hoist crew aboard.
Views: 5779 Marc Hughston
Warships Tribute to Our Men at Sea
 
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Professional mariners Seafarers hold a variety of professions and ranks, each of which carries unique responsibilities which are integral to the successful operation of an ocean-going vessel. A ship's crew can generally be divided into four main categories: the deck department, the engineering department, the steward's department, and other. Deck department Officer positions in the deck department include but are not limited to: Master and his Chief, Second, and Third officers. The official classifications for unlicensed members of the deck department are Able Seaman and Ordinary Seaman. A common deck crew for a ship includes: • (1) Chief Officer/Chief Mate • (1) Second Officer /Second Mate • (1) Third Officer / Third Mate • (1) Cadet/Officer Cadet • (1) Boatswain • (2-8) Able Seamen • (0-3) Ordinary Seamen Engineering department A ship's engineering department consists of the members of a ship's crew that operates and maintains the propulsion and other systems onboard the vessel. Marine engineering staff also deal with the "hotel" facilities onboard, notably the sewage, lighting, air conditioning and water systems. Engineering staff manage bulk fuel transfers and require training in firefighting and first aid. Additional duties include maintaining the ship's boats and performing other nautical tasks. Engineers play a key role in cargo loading/discharging gear and safety systems, though the specific cargo discharge function remains the responsibility of deck officers and deck workers. A common engineering crew for a ship includes: • (1) Chief Engineer • (1) Second Engineer / First Assistant Engineer • (1) Third Engineer / Second Assistant Engineer • (1-2) Fourth Engineer / Third Assistant Engineer • (0-2) Fifth Engineer / Junior Engineer • (1-3) Oiler (unlicensed qualified rating) • (0-3) Greaser/s (unlicensed qualified rating) • (1-5) Entry-level rating (such as Wiper (occupation), Utilityman, etc.) American ships also carry a Qualified Member of the Engine Department. Other possible positions include Motorman, Machinist, Electrician, Refrigeration Engineer, and Tankerman. Steward's department A typical Steward's department for a cargo ship is a Chief Steward, a Chief Cook, and a Steward's Assistant. All three positions are typically filled by unlicensed personnel. The chief steward directs, instructs, and assigns personnel performing such functions as preparing and serving meals; cleaning and maintaining officers' quarters and steward department areas; and receiving, issuing, and inventorying stores. The chief steward also plans menus; compiles supply, overtime, and cost control records. The steward may requisition or purchase stores and equipment. Galley roles may include baking. A chief steward's duties may overlap with those of the Steward's Assistant, the Chief Cook, and other Steward's Department crewmembers. A person has to have a Merchant Mariner's Document issued by the United States Coast Guard in the United States Merchant Marine in order to serve as a chief steward. All chief cooks who sail internationally are similarly documented by their respective countries because of international conventions and agreements. Visit MB Productions Blog: http://msb1959.wordpress.com/2010/07/11/war-ships-tribute-to-our-men-at-sea/
Views: 442 MB Productions
Life jackets blown up for safety
 
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Nobodys Waterproof participated in this years Inflatable Life Jacket World Record Inflation Day! The National Safe Boating Council sponsored the event to usher in National Safe Boating Week, this year May 22 28, 2010. The goal of National Safe Boating Week is to educate and inform the boating public about boating safety, specifically life jackets. The push of inflatable life jackets has been the main focus on the campaign for the past few years. Watch the video to see how the life jackets work.
De - lashing Containers
 
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A safety resource for the stevedoring and maritime industry. created for Maritime New Zealand by Action Adventure videos NZ 9 402 6619 Lashing and De-lashing containers is one of the most demanding and dangerous jobs on ports facilities
Views: 43413 actionadventurevideo
The UN Convention on the Law of the Sea - A Kerkennah Fisherman
 
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United Nations, New York, 24 May 2010 - This video on the UN Convention of the Law of the Sea will take you on a journey into the life of a fisherman from a small costal village in Tunisia. A trip into the workings of the United Nations Convention of the Law of the Sea. The Convention is one of the most comprehensive instruments of International Law. It covers fishing and shipping, pollution and conservation, piracy and maritime border. Often called a "Constitution for the Seas" it plays a vital role in our work for Sustainable Development and Peace. Film "Tunisia: Saving a Sea, Saving a Culture": The Oceans play an essential role in sustaining life, but marine resources are increasingly being depleted. That's what's happened in a small fishing village in Tunisia, where over fishing has destroyed people's livelihoods. We take you there to see how local fishermen are bringing back the fish and safeguarding an activity that has been passed through generations. United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea: http://www.un.org/Depts/los/convention_agreements/convention_overview_convention.htm This video is a production of the Division for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (UN Office of Legal Affairs) and United Nations Television (Department of Public Information) Remarks by H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the United Nations (pdf): http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/LOS_sg_remarks_april2010.pdf Remarks by Mrs. Patricia O'Brien, Legal Counsel of the United Nations (pdf): http://www.un.org/webcast/pdfs/LOS_legal_counsel_remarks_april2010.pdf
Views: 9928 United Nations
Boating Safety (May 2010)
 
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Life belts. Flares. The right papers and knowing the rules of the river, lake or ocean. It all makes a difference when summer fun means taking the boat out and enjoying the weather. A reporter from Watertown, NY's WWNY TV Channel 7 checked in with New York Sea Grant's Dave White on May 27, 2010 to learn more about boating safety as the summer season approaches.
Views: 286 New York Sea Grant
Lifeboat Drills - preparing for safety
 
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Lifeboat Drills Preparing for Safety addresses the unacceptably high number of accidents in which crew have been injured, sometimes fatally, while participating in lifeboat drills. Input from industry experts and case studies illustrate what can go wrong, before suggesting preventive measures and best practice. For more information, look here: http://www.walport.co.uk/public/catalogue.10.170.php
Views: 45884 TRAININGlink
Doulos at sea 2.wmv
 
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Sea life
Views: 1091 MrKnaks142000
A Ride on The Burin Sea During Hurricane Igor
 
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Video taken from the Burin Sea, during hurricane Igor, Vessel was on safety Standby at the Terra Nova FPSO on the Grand Banks offshore Newfoundland Canada.
Views: 19285 bobfrankland66