BRM-ERM

BRIDGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – ENGINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – Gestion des ressources équipages (BRM ERM)

AUDIENCE CONCERNED

Captains and all officers of commercial ships (deck and machine),

Upstream: crew services personnel and technical arms services.

Anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of the functioning of the crew of a merchant vessel (CROSS, BEA investigators, etc.)

This internship comes directly from the CRM (cockpit resource management) internships in civil and military aeronautics that inspire the current recommendations of the IMO and P&I.

PREREQUISITES

None

OBJECTIVES

Prevent accidents by better knowledge of the individual’s cognitive abilities,

Effective teamwork and use of reliability practices.

DURATION

30 hours

REFERENCE

Code STCW A-II, “bridge resources management”, A-III, “Engine Resources management”, A-VIII/1&2 part 3 “watchkeeping at sea”.

PROGRAM

Modules:

Where do human factors come from?

The six practices of reliability

Synergy Perception (vision)

Understanding the situation (situation awareness)

Multi-cultural team

Workload, trust and delegation

How to deal with human error?

Communication

Work with procedures

Emergency Decision

Stress and fatigue

Team work with pilot

Lifestyle, alcohol, drugs

Work in interaction with automation

The study of several maritime accidents, but also non-marine, illustrates the involvement of the above themes in the safety of the ship.

PLACE OF THE INTERNSHIP

FRAMING

Teachers of maritime education specializing in human factors

END OF INTERNSHIP TEST

No

CERTIFICATION/ATTESTATION RATE

Yes

SATISFACTION RATE

The certification/attestation rate for this internship is 100%

SATISFACTION RATE

The satisfaction rate at this internship is 96.56% (2023)

RATES

1 200€