Other courses

Maritime safety courses are a necessity if you are going to work on the Fehmarnbelt, either as a permanent employee or you have to go out and repair something, inspect, make reports, take photographs or something else in connection with the project. The courses are certified by the Danish Maritime Authority via the Marine School in Nykøbing Falster.

Kursus i Kramnitse Havn

If you’re just going out on a vessel to do simple work and back inland,
and not being part of the crew is enough with a 1 day course, STCW 1-1
which deals with your own safety in case you need to be in the water or
falling into the water and general survival technique in the wet element.

Ad A-VI / 1-1 maritime safety
The participant must have theoretical knowledge and skills to:
1) wear a life jacket,
2) wear and use a life jacket,
3) jump safely into the water from a certain height,
4) bring a life raft with the bottom up, on the right keel wearing a life jacket,
5) swim wearing a life jacket,
6) stay afloat without a life jacket,
7) get on board a lifeboat or raft from the ship and from the water wearing a life jacket,
8) take immediate action to increase the chance of survival during the stay in
lifeboat / raft,
9) exposing drive anchors,
10) operate the rescue equipment,
11) operate positioning devices, including radio equipment.

If you need to work as part of the crew or on a barge or other vessel, it is necessary with the above module as well as modules 1-3 and 1-4, ie 3 modules in total as we offer here at IWAL A / S as a complete package.

Ad A-VI / 1-3 basic first aid
The participant must include:

  • be able to assess the need for assistance to injured persons and the threat to their own safety,
  • have an understanding of the body’s structure and functions,
  • have an understanding of measures to be taken immediately in emergencies,
  • including the ability to:
  • put an injured person in the correct position (locked side position),
  • use resuscitation techniques,
  • stop bleeding,
  • take appropriate measures for the basic treatment of shocks,
  • take appropriate action in the event of burns and scalds, including accidents caused by electric current,
  • rescue and transport an injured person,
  • improvise bandages and apply materials from the relief box

Ad A-VI / 1-4 personal safety and care for human life and the environment
The participant must include:

  • have knowledge of contingency plans for measures to be implemented in emergency situations,
  • have knowledge of alarm signals and separate duties assigned to the crew in accordance with the alarm instructions; mustering stations; proper use of personal safety equipment,
  • have knowledge of precautions to be taken in the event of the discovery of a potential emergency, including fire, collision, shipwreck and intrusion of water into the ship,
  • have knowledge of precautions to be taken when alarm signals are heard,
  • have knowledge of escape routes and internal communication and alarm systems,
  • have knowledge of the consequences of pollution of the marine environment due to the operation or accident of the ship,
  • have knowledge of basic procedures for protecting the environment,
  • understand the importance of always following safe work routines,
  • have knowledge of available safety and protection equipment for protection against potential hazards on board ships,
  • know the precautions to be taken before entering enclosed spaces,
  • have knowledge of international measures for accident prevention and occupational safety,
  • ability to understand orders and communicate with others in relation to the duties on board ships,
  • recognize the importance of maintaining good human relations and a good working community on board ships,
  • contribute to the care of people and the environment; working conditions; individual duties and rights; the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.