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Offshore Survival Craft Coxswain

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  • Duration

    4 days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OSE807

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Offshore Survival Craft Coxswain

Objective

Upon successful completion of all training components, in accordance with the Training Standard, trainees will receive a RelyOnNutec Canada certificate that is valid for three (3) years and a electronic wallet card certificate. The certificate indicates "Offshore Survival Craft Coxswain".

Target Group

Offshore

Prerequisites

A valid Basic Survival Training (BST) or Basic Survival Training Recurrent (BSTr).

Approved Offshore Medical


ITEMS REQUIRED FOR TRAINING:

- When checking in for training, please have your GOVERNMENT ISSUED PHOTO ID with you (ie: Passport or Drivers Licences, etc.)
- A change of clothes for Sea Day Exercises (in the winter bring warm clothes such as a sweatshirt and sweatpants, hat, gloves, etc.)


PLEASE NOTE: Certificates CANNOT be issued unless valid Government issued ID has been presented on Day 1 of training for all RONC courses, including OPITO approved training.

Examination

No

Course Contents

This training program provides personnel with the knowledge and skills required to take command of survival craft during an offshore emergency abandonment. It meets the requirement for emergency team training as outlined in Section 3.3.5 (Survival Craft Coxswain) of CAPP's Standard Practice for the Training and Qualifications of Personnel, November 2010. It covers both TEMPSC (Totally Enclosed Motor Propelled Survival Craft), davit launch life rafts, and skyscape. Included in the four day program are classroom sessions covering pre-launch checks, mustering and crowd control, abandonment protocols, actions after abandonment and signaling/rescue communications. Practical exercises include survival craft loading, launching and release mechanisms, basic boat handling, compass work, heaving to and sea anchors, search patterns, person in water recovery, and pacing and passenger transfer to FRC.