Lesson 9 Deck Seamanship

Lesson 9 Deck Seamanship - Deck Seamanship and Shipboard...

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Deck Seamanship and Deck Seamanship and Shipboard Safety Shipboard Safety
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 2 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will know the general dangers The student will know the general dangers associated with shipboard deck evolutions. associated with shipboard deck evolutions. The student will know the role of officers as The student will know the role of officers as safety observers during deck evolutions. safety observers during deck evolutions. The student will know terms and nomenclature of shipboard deck seamanship equipment and fittings and the fundamentals of their usage.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 3 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will know the basic safety precautions associated with the following groups of shipboard equipment: Ground tackle, anchoring, and mooring equipment and fixtures. Boat lifting and handling equipment. Weight handling equipment. Fiber and synthetic lines and wire ropes. Life lines, life rails, and safety chains. Working aloft, over the side, or in holds and voids. Hand-held and general-use power tools. The student will know responsibilities and safety precautions relative to small boat operations.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 4 Learning Objectives Learning Objectives The student will comprehend the importance The student will comprehend the importance of "common sense" in identifying general of "common sense" in identifying general deck safety hazards. deck safety hazards.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 5 Role Officers Play in the Safe Execution of Deck Evolutions Fundamental philosophy of deck seamanship. A ship is an industrial environment . It is a dangerous place to work, but it can be made safe by taking care, using common sense and not hurrying.
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© 2001 By Default! A Free sample background from www.pptbackgrounds.fsnet.co.uk Slide 6 Role Officers Play in the Safe Execution of Deck Evolutions Where do officers fit into the picture? Most junior-enlisted sailors feel that they are “immune from danger”. The senior personnel must ensure that they don't find out how wrong they are. The safety officer must resist the temptation to get personally involved in the activities, perhaps wishing to speed things up or by demonstration rather than explanation. He/she must focus on the "big picture." Allow the boatswains' mate to do his/her job. If he/she cannot, stop everything and
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course N S 302 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Lesson 9 Deck Seamanship - Deck Seamanship and Shipboard...

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