Maritime safety is one of the most critical responsibilities of every merchant marine officer on board of ocean going vessel, particularly passenger ship and cruise ship. In order to maintain the highest level of safety on board, all ship’s personnel having a responsibility for safety should undergo thorough and rigid maritime training from a reputable and high standard maritime training school.
The Compass Courses Maritime Training one of the best training centers located in Edmonds in the State of Washington serves the training requirements of seafarer all over the Northwest Pacific region. The school has the best classroom facilities including state of the art navigational simulators and with highly qualified instructors. More so, it is accredited by the US Coast Guard and recognized by the International Maritime Organization and all its maritime training courses are approved by the US Coast Guard.
One of their maritime safety training courses which are best conducted in groups and on board the actual vessel is the 8 hours Crisis Management and Human Behavior. Actual classes will be done on board so that the actualization of an emergency situation could be mimicked, thereby all training participants could experience safety drills and skills in an actual environment. The course is made available upon request and training classes could be scheduled at the group’s most convenient time. The following subject matter will be discussed thoroughly in an actual environment, as follows;
1. Organize shipboard emergency procedures
2. Optimize the use of available resources
3. Control response to emergencies
4. Control passengers and other personnel during emergency situations
5. Establish and maintain effective communications
The training classes will be conducted by highly knowledgeable and qualified instructors.
Shipping companies that operate ferries, passengers liner and cruise ships can call the Compass Courses and request for Crowd & Crisis Management and Human Behavior classes on board their vessel to be able to prepare their officers in cases of an emergency situation through telephone Number 425-778-1923 for a detailed information.