COURSE OBJECTIVES

The primary aim of this course is to provide a thorough understanding of protocols and guidelines associated with onboard lifting activities. By focusing on adherence to proper lifting equipment usage, we aim to mitigate risks and enhance safety measures for individuals engaged in work-related lifting tasks.

Learning Outcomes:

Participants will gain comprehensive insights into various crucial aspects including:

Understanding and application of relevant legislations (such as ISO 53.020.01, ILO Convention 152, LOLER, PUWER 1998, NORSOK standard R-003, API RP 2D, OSHA 1998 29 CFR 1910, 179, ANSI A92)

Differentiation between a Competent Person and Independent competent person

Defining lifting appliances and lifting gear

Clarification of roles and responsibilities pertaining to lifting activities

Importance of documentation and registration

Proficiency in inspection, examination, and rejection criteria

Integration of best practices sourced from industry standards

Target Audience:

Anyone involved in vessel operations, port activities, offshore work, construction, or safety compliance where the use of lifting equipment is essential will find this course highly valuable.

Maritime professionals (ship crew, deck officers, engineers)

Port and terminal workers

Offshore industry personnel

Construction and engineering professionals

Safety officers and inspectors

If you have any questions or need more information please contact us: + 371 29140055, or info@botctraining.com

PRICE : 200€
Course length: 6 hours
Course ratings: Riga: 4.8/5.0 , Klaipeda : 4.8/5.0
Theoretical lessons will be provided online via Zoom or in-person at the training center.
Price includes the certificate fee, coffee breaks, and parking.
Courses are available at these locations:
Andrejostas iela 17 K-5 , Riga,Latvia
Svajones g. 30, 94101 Klaipeda, Lithuania
Course Participant Prerequisites:
The course participants shall be medically fit, appear well-rested and be capable of fully participating showing no signs of fatigue, substance abuse or sickness.
Certificate validity: 36 months