May include your crew obtaining a further qualification:
Recreational Marine Driver Licence (Qld)
Marine Radio licence
Crew Training required by National Law:
Delivery of Vessel inductions
Delivery of Emergency Preparedness training
MSSCT can offer you:
Delivering and documenting crew training on your DCV
Deliver crew training on your DCV or our DCV
Marine Order 504 Schedule 1 require all DCV’s to have a SMS and provide crew training.
(12) The owner of the vessel must ensure that the master and crew receive the following training:
(a) as soon as practicable after joining the vessel and before commencing duties — initial safety training that familiarises the person with safety matters about the person’s presence and duties on board the vessel;
(b) sufficient training in key onboard operations to establish, maintain and verify the competence and capacity of the person to safely carry out assigned duties;
(c) sufficient training in emergency procedures to establish, maintain and verify the ability of the person to respond rapidly and effectively in an emergency and to follow the emergency plan.
(13) The owner must ensure that any other person engaged in key onboard operations for the vessel also receives all the training mentioned in subclause (12).
Example An onshore staff member involved in berthing the vessel.
(14) The master, or crew whom the master considers has the appropriate skills and knowledge, must give the training.
(15) The owner must ensure that a written record of any training mentioned in subclause (12) that is undertaken is made and signed by each person who undertook the training.
Note This record may be included in the logbook.