Manual on damage control of ships

Any seasoned sailor can recall dozens of unforeseen situations that happened personally to him and his comrades at sea. In order for any storms and sea adventures to end with a successful return to their home harbor, all sailors are advised to familiarize themselves with the manual on the fight for the survivability of ships.

The NBZhS course in the “Flagman” training and training center will allow you to find out what measures must be taken in a given situation to ensure the unsinkability, fire safety of the vessel and the uninterrupted operation of all systems in emergency conditions.

In the event of an emergency, the team must act quickly and smoothly, following the well-established algorithm of actions. Since accidents leading to the occurrence of fires, explosions, flooding and other disturbances in the operation of the ship’s life support systems, fortunately, do not happen often, the correct procedure is practiced on special simulators. Practical lessons in the “Flagman” training and training center will help you to be ready for any, even the most difficult, situation.

The NBZhS course discusses in detail the types of “alarms”, methods of alerting the crew, crew and passengers of the ship in the event of a particular dangerous situation, an algorithm of actions for members of emergency teams and other sailors is set when each “alarm” is announced.

The theoretical lectures on damage control of ships will:

  1. The design features of different types of ships, the division of the ship into watertight compartments, the boundaries of fire zones and the location of fire structures on your ship are considered in detail.
  2. The pros and cons of all methods of fighting fire, water and smoke in different compartments of the vessel are highlighted and detailed recommendations are given on choosing the correct strategy for fighting for the survivability of a vessel in a given situation.
  3. The duties of each crew member in case of emergencies are detailed.
  4. The features of drawing up and executing a schedule for “alarms” are highlighted.

Even if your current position does not imply independent decision-making in emergency situations, in the near future everything may change, and you personally will have to lead the emergency group. Deep theoretical knowledge and gained practical skills in such a situation will become irreplaceable.

Take the NBZhS course at the “Flagman” Training and Training Center and be sure of the correctness of your actions in any situation.

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