MARITIME EVACUATION SYSTEM
All personnel working on passenger ships.
Be the holder of a medical certificate from the seafarers’ doctor mentioning the ability to navigate not older than 12 months.
– Knowledge of the different rescue means equipping passenger ships including the different modes of evacuation at sea
– Understanding of the methods to deploy these means
– Ability to take care of the passengers during and in the aftermath of the abandonment of a ship using all types of rescue means including modes of evacuation at sea.
Number of trainees
Minimum 13/ Maximum 20
– Division 221 Article 221- III /19
– Division 223 Article 223a-III/18
Theory training :
– The different rescue means on board passenger ships
– Equipment type SOLAS A et B
– Methods to deploy the modes of evacuation at sea
– Usefulness of the rescue boat
Practical training :
– Embarking and taking care of passengers on a life raft
– Embarking and taking care of passengers in a life boat launched via a davit
– Evacuating a vessel by using modes of evacuation at sea and taking care of the passengers
– Using a pyrotechnics type positioning device
CESAME in Saint-Malo
End of course assessment
Accreditation leading to the delivery of an STCW certificate
Asked about their training in MES at the French Maritime Academy (ENSM), the trainees were satisfied at 98%.