Maritime Evacuation System (MES)

PASSENGER VESSEL ABANDONMENT TECHNIQUES

AUDIENCE CONCERNED

All personnel on board passenger vessels.

PREREQUISITES

Hold a seafarer’s medical certificate stating the seaworthiness of less than 12 months.

OBJECTIVES

– Know the various means of rescue equipping passenger vessels including means of evacuation at sea
– Understand how to deploy these means
– Be able to coach passengers during and after a vessel abandonment by any means of rescue including sea evacuation

DURATION

7h30

NUMBER OF TRAINEES

Minimum 13/ Maximum 20

REFERENCE

– Division 221 Article 221- III /19
– Division 223 Article 223a-III/18

PROGRAM

Theoretical lessons:
– The different means of rescue on board passenger vessels
– SOLAS A and B armament
– Arrangements for deployment of means of evacuation at sea
– Utility of rescue boat

Practical Lessons:
– Boarding and guiding passengers in a davit liferaft
– Boarding and mentoring passengers in a lifeboat
– Evacuate a vessel by means of evacuation at sea and coach passengers
– Use pyrotechnic type of tracking

PLACE OF THE INTERNSHIP

CESAME in Saint-Malo

FRAMING

Teachers of the ENSM

END OF INTERNSHIP TEST

No

CERTIFICATE FOR THE ISSUE OF A STCW CERTIFICATE

No

SATISFACTION SURVEY

When asked about their training at the ENSM, the trainees expressed 98% satisfaction

CERTIFICATION/ATTESTATION RATE

The certification/attestation rate for this internship is 100%.

RATES

360€