BRIDGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT – ENGINE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (BRM ERM)
Captains and all officers on commercial ships (deck and engine departments).
Ashore: employees from crew services and technical services within shipping companies.
Anyone wishing to improve their knowledge of crew management onboard a merchant ship (CROSS, Casualty investigation, etc.)
This course originates from CRM (cockpit resource management) course for civil and military aviation, as a backbone for the development of IMO and P&I recommendations.
Prevent accidents thanks to increased knowledge of individual’s cognitive abilities, effective teamwork and efficiency practices.
STCW Code A-II, “Bridge resources management”, A-III, “Engine Resources management”, A-VIII/1&2 part 3 « watchkeeping at sea ».
Human factors, sources and origins
The six practices for reliability
Synergy Perception (vision)
Workload, trust and delegation
How to deal with human error?
Working with procedures
Stress and fatigue
Teamwork with pilot
Lifestyle, alcohol, drugs
Work in interaction with automatic systems
Review of maritime and non-marine accidents to illustrate how the above matters in ship safety.
Marseille, Nantes, Le Havre or Saint-Malo
Maritime Professors specialised in human factors
End of course Test
Certification/statement issuance rate
The certification / statement issuance rate for this training is 100%
The satisfaction rate for this training is 98,30%