STAGE DE SURVIE EN MER SELON LE RÈGLEMENT DE L’INTERNATIONAL SAILING FEDERATION

Trainees

30% of the crew members, including skipper, must go through a training course as described in the Offshore Special Regulations of ISAF.

Background

None

Objective

Getting accustomed to the training for survival at sea.

Duration

18 hours over 3 days of which 14 hours of theory and 4 hours of practice

Number of trainees

Minimum 8 / Maximum 16

References

Annex G of « ISAF Offshore Special Regulations »

Programme

Theory training :
1. Preparation of the vessel, instructions to the crew
2. Critical situations and how to deal with them
3. Hypothermia and first aid
4. Search and maritime rescue
5. Meteorology
6. Recommendations for the use of life rafts and life jackets
7. Communication means at sea
8. Fire prevention and fighting

Practical training :
1. Release of an inflatable life raft and use of the equipment
2. Righting of a capsized life raft
3. Boarding of a released life raft
4. Varied exercises wearing an immersion suit (alone or in a group)
5. Shooting of pyrotechnics means

Venue

CESAME in Saint-Malo

Trainers

ENSM teachers

End of course assessment

Yes, with the delivery of an ISAF accreditation

Accreditation leading to the delivery of an STCW certificate

No

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