Amsa Survival At Sea Manual Pdf
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The safety and assistance crew members are usually required to possess survival training first aid and these are covered in the hands on technology on Maritime Diver training courses.The other subjects outlined in section 1.1 are the subjects that the safety and assistance crew members will be expected to be conversant with on board.
A person must show that he or she can perform the tasks listed in section 1.1 before he or she is permitted to ride in the safety and assistance craft. This is achieved by passing the 'For Divers Only' course as part of the training to become a qualified diver.
Personal equipment carried on the craft by the safety and assistance crew member, e.g., lifejackets, torch, etc. The personal equipment must be traceable to ensure that the crew member can not be assumed to be deceased and hence entitle to compensation on the grounds of loss of earnings, wage and travel expenses, etc. A trainer should be present to conduct the 'All Short Test' to ensure that all personal equipment is in working order.
A person may only ride in the safety and assistance craft if he or she has been issued with a Certificate of Competence. Personal equipment is determined by the Licensed Inspector of Shipping. Only suitable emergency equipment is permitted and all must be traceable.
The PAS 24 Safety and Assistance Craft manual is published periodically and is determined by the Licensed Inspector of Shipping. This publication includes the minimum list of equipment, the components thereof and the permitted type. d2c66b5586