Course Duration:2 days
Course dates: See dates at the bottom or ON Demand If you need last minute slots please call us on the phone.
Venue - Glasgow or Worldwide
Course Fee: £940/- per person
Entry Requirements - None
This course is intended for masters, officers (deck & engine), superintendents, ratings etc, serving onboard ships using LNG as a fuel. This course also incorporates the design and construction requirements of the Interim IGF code. At the end of the course the student should have the relevant technical knowledge to assume the responsibilities of Master, Chief Officer, Chief Engineer, Second Engineer or of any other person having direct responsibility for cargo operations.
There are four outcomes to the training:
The learner understands the chemical and physical properties of liquefied gas and the hazards and control measures associated with carrying liquefied gas.
The learner knows what is involved in the safe operation and monitoring of a fuel system which uses liquefied gas.
The learner is able to apply health, safety and environment precautions in working on a ship using liquefied gas as a marine fuel.
The learner is able to perform and monitor safe liquefied gas bunkering operations.
The course includes the following topics:
Properties of Liquefied Gases
Gas Fire Fighting
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Glasgow Maritime Academy is the first training provider in the UK to be recognised by Nautical Institute for delivering LNG as a fuel Course (LAFT)
By the end of this course you will be able to:
explain the legislative and commercial drivers for using LNG as Fuel
evaluate the hazards related to LNG usage and handling
recognise the relevant regulatory acceptance by countries, port authorities, IMO and classification societies
review design issues for marine gas fuel installations, including high pressure and low pressure gas supply systems
determine the critical technical issues regarding design, fuel storage, bunkering and operation
demonstrate an awareness of risk assessment methods to evaluate alternative design
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