Classification and Statutory Surveys

Classification and StatutoryIn today's dynamic marine industry, where regulatory requirements seem to change on an almost daily basis, it is vital that sea-going and shore-based staff have up-to-date knowledge of the essential requirements of classification and statutory surveys.
 
This two or three day course will clarify the role and function of a modern
classification society. It will enhance understanding of a society’s requirements for
both classification and statutory surveys, and help you to prepare for scheduled
major surveys.
 

Who should attend?

Those wishing to gain a solid understanding of the role, workings and requirements of a classification society and its interface with IMO when applying statutory regulations on behalf of flag administrations.
 
Those wishing to gain, enhance or refresh knowledge in classification and statutory matters. 
Suitable for both newly appointed and experienced personnel in the marine industry.
 

Key content

  • Classification and the role of the class society
  • Periodical surveys and the survey cycle
  • The Enhanced Survey Programme
  • Thickness Measurements
  • Safety equipment surveys
  • MARPOL
  • Load line
  • The International Ship & Port Facility Security (ISPS) Code
  • International Safety Management (ISM) Code
  • Port state control
  • ILO MLC (2006)
  • Lifting appliances
 

What will you learn?

By the end of this course you will be able to:
 
  • Explain the role and function of a classification society.
  • Understand the requirements for classification and statutory surveys.
  • Prepare for scheduled major surveys leading to increased operational efficiency.
 

Previous experience

None required. 

Scheduled dates

04/07/2017 - 06/07/2017
Southampton / United Kingdom
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08/10/2017 - 10/10/2017
Dubai / United Arab Emirates
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30/11/2017 - 01/12/2017
Copenhagen / Denmark
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05/12/2017 - 07/12/2017
Southampton / United Kingdom
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05/12/2017 - 07/12/2017
Rotterdam / Netherlands
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