Fast Rescue Boat STCW'95 A-VI/2-2


Certificate Awarded

Transport Canada Training Certificate

Prerequisites

A person must be at least 16 years of age to take the FRB course
Marine Institute approved medical clearance
STCW Basic Safety (or equivalent)
 

Course Description

This course is designed to provide personnel with the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills necessary to participate as members of Fast Rescue Boat in accordance with STCW ‘95 A-VI/2-2.

Course Outline

1.0 Introduction and Safety, Construction and Outfit of Fast Rescue Boats and Individual Items of Their Equipment

2.0 Particular Characteristics and Facilities of Fast Rescue Boats

3.0 Navigational and Safety Equipment Available in a Fast Rescue Boat

4.0 Safety Precautions During Launch and Recovery of a Fast Rescue Boat

5.0 How to Handle a Fast Rescue Boat in Prevailing and Adverse Weather and Sea Conditions

6.0 Procedures for Righting a Capsized Fast Rescue Boat

7.0 Search Patterns and Environmental Factors Affecting Their Execution

8.0 Assessment of the Readiness of Fast Boats and Related Equipment for Immediate use

9.0 Knowledge of the Maintenance, Emergency Repairs, Normal Inflation and Deflation of Buoyncy Compartments of Inflated Fast Rescue Boats

10.0 Methods of Starting and Operating a Fast Rescue Boat Engine and its Accessories


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Minimum class sizes are required to deliver courses, should these minimums not be achieved classes could be postponed or rescheduled.

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