STCW Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting Course – 3 Day
Our 3 Day, STCW 95 Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting course, accredited by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA), provides an understanding of the nature and risk of fire, and expertise to respond effectively to extinguish fires, should they develop.
This course is the mandatory prescribed minimum requirement for basic fire safety training for all seafarers and is one of the four compulsory modules required for employment on all commercial vessels, fishing boats and ‘super yachts’ over 24 meters in length.
All Môn Fire Management STCW Fire Prevention & Fire Fighting courses are held in association with Stena Line, Holyhead and are fully approved by the MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Agency).
The overall aim is to provide seafarers with the necessary knowledge, understanding and proficiency to carry out designated fire duties in accordance with international regulations.
All persons taking up a career in the Merchant Navy employed or engaged on a seagoing ship, should receive approved training in Basic Fire Prevention and Firefighting enabling them be competent when discovering a fire on-board, to take immediate action and respond to emergencies on board a vessel.
On completion of the course, trainees will have an understanding of –
- Marine Fire Theory
- Handheld Fire Extinguishers
- Safe Movement in Smoke
- Marine Search and Rescue techniques
- Marine Firefighting
The training will be provided by means of presentations, videos, practical demonstrations and an open forum.
A fully qualified Môn Fire Management Trainer and in association with Stena Line
The Môn Fire Management / Stena Line Fire Training Compound, Holyhead.
The Maritime & Coast Guard Agency (MCA) certificate will be awarded to all delegates.
For further information about our STCW Fire Fighting & Prevention Courses please contact Môn Fire Management on 01407 761 331 or 07590 996 546.