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High Speed MOB Coxswain Refresher

Please find the full course description further down the page.

This course is not available for online booking. Please contact us regarding possible dates.

  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    MSE004

Please make sure pre-requirements are met

Delegates must have completed OPITO or Norsk olje og gass approved Survival Training and be in possession of a Basic HMOB or Refresher certificate and hold a VHF/SRC certificate.

High Speed MOB Coxswain Refresher

Objective

The objective of the High Speed MOB Coxswain course is to teach delegates to correctly launch, operate and recover a boat and its equipment, to conduct a search, pick up survivors and carry out life support and first aid.

Target Group

The High Speed MOB Coxswain Refresher is for personnel who are directly involved in the launching and operation of Man-Overboard Boats (MOB) and equipment, and need to refresh and upgrade their knowledge and proficiency regarding their emergency function.

Prerequisites

Delegates must have completed OPITO or Norsk olje og gass approved survival training and have a basic or refresher High Speed MOB Coxswain certificate and be in possession of a VHF/SRC certificate.

Examination

The course is a mix of both practical and theoretical sessions during which delegates will be required to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of the course contents.
Upon completion of the course, delegates will be issued with a RelyOn Nutec High Speed MOB Coxswain Refresher in accordance with OLF certificate.
Certification is valid for 2 years.

Course Contents

The High Speed MOB Coxswain Refresher will include a selection of elements taken from the basic course with emphasis on practical training and exercises, in topics which include the following:

• Cooperation and communication between MOB boat and installation/vessel
• Practical use of the boat-launch and recovery
• Davits and release systems
• Manoeuvring and search exercises, including night search
• Transfer of injured or rescued people to installation/vessel
• Primary first aid and life support
• Surface swimming
• Emergency VHF communications
• Coordination of actions and action drills