Marpol | PSC - (Δεν επιτρέπεται σχολιασμός στο New Guidance for the recording of operations in the Oil Record Book-Part I (All Ships))
Χωρίς κατηγορία - (Δεν επιτρέπεται σχολιασμός στο New edition of ‘On Board Training Record Book’ by ISF -Mandatory compliance)
A new edition of ISF training record book is published by the International Shipping Federation (ISF).ISF is launching an updated version of its widely used “On Board Training Record Book for Deck Ratings” which takes full account of STCW 2010, including the additional competence standards for Able Seafarer Deck. With this edition instructions are given to Companies in order to comply with recent amendments to STCW Convention (Manila amendments 2010) which enters into force 1.1.2012.
With the amendments become mandatory the use of an approved training record book as proof of the training being carried out on board ships for the evaluation. The guidelines aim to ensure the training of seafarers during sea service and to assist the supervising officers make an objective evaluation of whether trainees are competent. A similar book for Engine Ratings (including Able Seafarer Engine) will follow shortly.
The on board training of applicants for certificates as “deck/navigational” or “engineer” watch officers shall be closely supervised and monitored by a qualified and certified deck or engineer officer, as appropriate, aboard the ship on which the seagoing service is performed for at least six (6) months. Such training shall be recorded in the approved training record book. The latest training record books available from the International Shipping Federation (ISF) and the IMO are currently approved by the Administrator for this purpose.