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Important new Training programme from Videotel: Boarding and leaving a vessel at sea

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When a simple missed step can mean the difference between life and death, training comes into its own. Boarding and leaving a vessel at sea or anchorage can be dangerous and Videotel’s new training programme, Boarding and Leaving a Vessel at Sea, has been designed to tackle this issue and address the need for better working practices in this area.

“Seafarers often have to deal with hazardous situations before they even get onto a vessel, ” says Nigel Cleave, CEO of Videotel Marine International. ”Not only is the actual boarding itself sometimes difficult and hazardous, but the equipment – from the launch itself to the personal protective equipment (PPE) supplied – may not meet required standards. This is especially hard to control when contractors and third parties are involved.” 

This programme has been designed in conjunction with BG LNG Services and is intended to help individuals board ships at sea in a safe manner.  It raises contractor awareness of safety standards and other issues and ensures a more consistent quality of service among third-party suppliers.

Addressing a range of maritime safety regulations, the programme is especially valuable for those joining a ship for the first time, but is targeted at all maritime professionals needing to board or alight from a vessel at sea.
Containing six stand-alone sections that provide valuable information at each stage of the boarding process, Boarding and Leaving a Vessel at Sea is available in VHS/DVD, via interactive CD-ROM and on Videotel’s computer delivery system Videotel On Demand (VOD).

BG LNG Services
BG   LNG Services is a wholly-owned   subsidiary of BG Group. BG has four business segments – Exploration &   Production, LNG, Transmission   & Distribution and Power Generation. Active in some 20 countries on five   continents, its core geographical areas are the UK,    Kazakhstan, Egypt,    Trinidad & Tobago, South America and   India.

Videotel Marine International
Videotel   began making training products in 1973 and has since pioneered web-based   e-learning to become a market-leader in on-board and shore-based maritime   training.
Videotel   is the largest multi-media producer of high-quality maritime safety training   software and materials serving the maritime community today. As well as its   award winning programmes on board some 10, 000 vessels, Videotel has the   largest portfolio of maritime computer based training (CBT) materials in the world.
With   over 100 million training hours accomplished to date, Videotel is assisting in   promoting the learning of hundreds of thousands of seafarers across the   globe.
Videotel’s   extensive international training catalogue includes more than 750 titles in a   range of formats and various languages.
Videotel’s   Computer Based Training (CBT) and   online training solutions make possible a huge variety of training   opportunities. The latest Video on Demand (VOD) system offers a comprehensive and affordable   solution to both on-board crew training and records management aboard ship.   The VOD computer system is able   to offer more than 350+ selected CBT interactive training packages, videos, courses   and accompanying books at any one time, added to which it will contain the   appropriate training packages for the BIMCO eLearning Diploma Programme   (BeDP).

 

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