Expand your understanding of the casualty management process and gain practical knowledge with The Nautical Institutes’ Casualty Management online course.
Casualties are not straightforward and mariners who find themselves involved in them rarely have previous experience. The Nautical Institutes’ Casualty Management course will help candidates expand their practical knowledge on casualty management and will give an insight into operational issues related to casualty management. The course covers accidents, emergency response plans, legal frameworks, the roles of different persons within incidences and the legal aspects relating to existing international legislation.
Who is the course aimed at?
Senior professionals of the maritime community ranging from shore based consultants, sailing Masters, Superintendents, Fleet Managers, DPA and anyone managing casualties.
What can participants expect to take away from this course?
At the end of this course, participants will be able to distinguish between the roles and responsibilities of ship Masters, ship owners, insurance, P&I clubs, flag and coastal states, salvors, and an understanding of the impact of modern communications and media on managing a casualty today.
The course will use a combination of presentations, case studies, group discussions and videos. Participants can expect to gain an understanding of national and international legal frameworks as well as theoretical, operational and practical solutions in managing various casualty scenarios.
The casualty management online course covers the below topics in detail:
- Accidents/Incident response
- Legal frameworks
- The roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders involved in the casualty management process
- The role of communication and technology
- Sharing first hand experience of some of the key persons directly involved in a casualty