We at Survitec want to help ensure you are safe in the knowledge that you and your crew know what to do should you unexpectedly have to use your safety equipment.
We aim to provide MES Crew Training that is as practical as possible, this helps make sure that should the worst happen you are as familiar with the safety equipment onboard your vessel as you can be. A typical MES Crew Training day would start with a small amount of classroom work followed by a number of practical exercises including:
On successful completion of the MES Crew Training course each crew member will be awarded a training certificate to help note and record their successful completion of this training course.
All Survitec Crew Training is conducted as per the SOLAS requirement which is defined as follows:
SOLAS CH III Regulation 188.8.131.52
If a ship is fitted with MES, drills shall include exercising of the procedures required for the deployment of such a system up to the point immediately preceding actual deployment of the system. This aspect of drills should be augmented by regular instruction using the onboard training aids required according to 35.4. Additionally, every system party member shall, as far as practicable, be further trained by participation in a full deployment of a similar system into water, either onboard a ship or ashore, at intervals of no longer than two years, but in no case longer than three years. This training can be associated with deployments required by regulation.