International Management Code For The Safe Operation of Ships And For Pollution Prevention (ISM Code 2014)
As adopted by IMO Resolution A.741 (18) as amended by MSC.104 (73), MSC.179 (79), MSC.195 (80), MSC.273 (85) and MSC.353 (92)
A trainee successfully completing this In house course will be able to know the purpose and objectives of the ISM Code including the 16 sections, preamble, role of a seafarer and reasons to adopt this course.
And the trainees should be able to:
- Describe International Maritime Organization (IMO) structure
- Enumerate basic safety management measures on board like executing a contingency plan in case of emergency, preparing reports and documentations, preventive maintenance procedures etc.
- Submit the necessary requirements in applying for an Interim Safety Management Certification.
- Name: Christian M. Santos
- Training Schedule: May 16, 2016
- Agency: MAG-MOL
- Comment: “Continue the training for exploring the work of seafarer. Very Good”
- Name: WIPER John Raymund T. Villamor
- Training Schedule: October 28, 2016
- Agency: MAGMOL
- Comment: “Facilities and equipment is in good condition. Properly assist by the staff.”
- Name: Kenton Ano
- Training Schedule: November 5, 2016
- Agency: MAG MOL
- Comment: “The facility and the training session is great, I have learned a lot. Keep up the good work.”