Lifesaving Appliances – Level II

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LEVEL II ASSESSMENT FOR EXPERIENCED  (5 DAYS)

  • E-learning; unit for ISO 23678 Part 4 (Level II) Assessment Introduction.
  • Unit 1; Work, health and safety issues while conduction activities on board.
  • Unit 2; Annual inspection, maintenance, thorough examinations, repair and operational test for lifeboats, rescue boats, fast rescue boats their launching appliances and release gear.
  • Unit 3; 5 yearly thorough examination, overhaul and operational overload test for lifeboats, rescue boats, fast rescue boats, their launching appliances and release gear

General
This competence document is designed to meet the in-field and ongoing competence assessment for Level 2 Service Technicians.

Candidate pre-requisites for Level 2 Service Technician in-field assessment.
To be assessed against the competence statements, candidates shall either have appropriate evidence of experience in-field, or be deemed competent in relation to ISO 23678-2 and ISO 23678-3.
They shall either:

  • Have successfully completed Level 1 Service Technician controlled environment technical education and training; or
  • Provide evidence to verify a satisfactory level of previous experience as described below; Experienced service technicians can be certified by successfully completing a competence assessment providing they have supporting evidence of completing Service Technician Level 1, CRALOG training certificate or a manufacturer’s established certification program accompanied by sufficient infield work experience. Supporting evidence may include training logs, previous reports, photographs, or videos covering the range of systems.


Unit 1 — Work, health, and safety issues while conduction activities on board.

    • element 1.1: the people that need to be informed, and consulted with, prior to and during the scope of work;
    • element 1.2: the documentation that needs to be raised, checked, verified interpreted and completed prior to and during interventions;
    • element 1.3: safety checks that need to be carried out prior to commencing work;
    • element 1.4: the equipment that needs to be examined and attached to safely carry out the work scope

Unit 2 — Annual inspection, maintenance, thorough examination, repair and operational test for lifeboats, rescue boats fast rescue boats their launching appliances and release gear:

  • element 2.1: davit annual thorough examination;
  • element 2.2: davit annual maintenance;
  • element 2.3: winch thorough examination;
  • element 2.4: winch annual maintenance;
  • element 2.5: launching appliance annual operational test;
  • element 2.6: lifeboat annual thorough examination;
  • element 2.7: rescue boat (including fast rescue boat) annual thorough examination, additional competence requirements;
  • element 2.8: lifeboat, rescue boat (including fast rescue boats) annual maintenance;
  • element 2.9: release gear annual thorough examination;
  • element 2.10: release gear annual maintenance;
  • element 2.11: release gear annual operational function test.


Unit 3 — 5-year thorough examination overhaul and operational overload test for lifeboats, rescue boats fast rescue boats their launching appliances and release gear:

  • element 3.1: launching appliance overhaul;
  • element 3.2: lifeboat, rescue boat (including fast rescue boat) overhaul;
  • element 3.3: release gear overhaul;
  • element 3.4: launching appliance and release gear 5-year operational overload test.

Other training in this series:

  • ISO/PAS 23678 Part 2 Initial training, 3 modules
  • ISO/PAS 23678 Part 2 Initial Re freshmen, one module
  • ISO/PAS 23678 Part 3 Level 1 training in controlled environment, 5 modules.

NOTE ; Excl accommodation

Additional Details

Course Price

Re-assessment price with documented evidence from go.cralog 6.000 USD Re-assessment price with documented evidence of infield experience manually handled: 9.000 USD

To register for this course email your details to book@cralog.com
 

Date And Time

Monday, October 7, 2024 @ 08:00 to
Friday, October 11, 2024 @ 16:00
 

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