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JOHN B. LACSON FOUNDATION MARITIME UNIVERSITY Best Practices in Maritime Education and Training “Views of a Shipowners’ Association ” 29 January 2008. Peter M Swift, MD INTERTANKO. INTERTANKO Today. 280 + members operating ca. 2800 ships

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peter m swift md intertanko

JOHN B. LACSON FOUNDATIONMARITIME UNIVERSITYBest Practices in Maritime Education and Training“Views of a Shipowners’ Association”29 January 2008

Peter M Swift,

MD INTERTANKO

intertanko today

INTERTANKO Today

280 + members operating ca. 2800 ships

> 80% of the independent oil tanker fleet and > 85% of the chemical carrier fleet

300 + associate members:

in oil and chemical tanker related businesses

15 Committees – 5 Regional Panels

Principal Offices – London and Oslo

Representative Offices in US and Asia

Observer Status at IMO, IOPC, OECD and UNCTAD

intertanko the voice of the tanker industry
INTERTANKO – The Voice of the Tanker Industry

MISSION

  • To provide leadership to the Tanker Industry in serving the world with safe, environmentally sound and efficient seaborne transportation of oil, gas and chemical products.

VISION FOR THE TANKER INDUSTRY

  • A responsible, sustainable, respected Tanker Industry, committed to continuous improvement and constructively influencing its future.

ONE OF THE ASSOCIATION’S PRIMARY GOALS

  • Lead the continuous improvement of the Tanker Industry’s performance in striving to achieve the goals of:

Zero fatalities, Zero pollution, Zero detentions

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Importance of oil tanker transportation - delivering energy for the world

World Oil Consumption 3.8 billion ts

Transported by sea 2.4 billion ts

> 60% transported by sea

the international tanker industry is fully committed to the goals of the imo
The International Tanker industry is fully committed to the goals of the IMO

Shipping should be:

  • Safe and secure
  • Environmentally responsible
  • Reliable
  • Efficient (Low cost)

Tanker Industry today

“is proud of its people and proud of its tankers”

tanker industry is accustomed to being under the spotlight
Tanker Industry is accustomed to being under the spotlight

Watched by:

  • Regulators
  • Politicians
  • Public

Licences to trade rigorously applied by:

  • Flag states
  • Classification Societies
  • Insurers
  • Charterers

Monitored by:

  • Coastal and Port states

Good ships / good people

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INTERTANKO’S Poseidon Challengeencourages all parties to commit to:- continuous improvement- working with all partners

Good ships /

good people

best practices in maritime education and training best practice of shipowners managers
Best Practices in Maritime Education and TrainingBEST PRACTICE OF SHIPOWNERS/MANAGERS

Guiding principle:

Human Resources are respected as an asset, not treated as a cost !

industry initiatives supporting recruitment training and retention
Industry initiatives supportingrecruitment, training and retention
  • Raising awareness of the industry, targeting young people as well as media, politicians, regulators and the public (www.maritimefoundation.com)
  • Enhanced cooperation with educators/trainers
  • Policies for cadet berths and training facilities on ALL new ships
  • Programmes for maximum utilisation of cadet berths on existing ships
  • Developing industry standards for Tanker Officer Training, covering proficiency and experience
  • Running seminars and workshops for officers and seafarers on Tanker Industry issues (e.g. vetting seminar in Manila)
industry initiatives supporting our crew s welfare and well being
Industry initiatives supportingour crew’s welfare and well-being
  • Speaking out against unjustified criminalisation, and challenging bad laws through the courts
  • Actively supporting IMO-ILO guidelines on Fair Treatment of Seafarers (in event of Maritime Accident)
  • Campaigning for improved conditions for shore access when security constraints active
  • Working to reduce multiple and overlapping inspections
  • Promoting solutions to lessen technical and operational burden of equipment, systems and associated paperwork
  • Prepared guidelines for safe handling of cargoes and fuels, tank cleaning and entry, and lobbying for better HSE information on cargoes and bunkers
  • Developed guidelines on implementing ILO Convention on “work and rest hours”
  • Promoting higher standards of accommodation as industry “norms”; (including e.g. broadband, etc.)
best practices in maritime education and training institutions
Best Practices in Maritime Education and Training Institutions
  • The institution(s) should have a recognised management system (e.g. ISO 9001) and be audited regularly
  • The institution(s) should work closely with industry – to understand their needs (general and specific) and to ensure familiarity with latest industry issues and practices
  • The lecturers and trainers should be competent, of a consistent high standard, and qualified as course designers and trainers
  • The courses offered by the institution(s) should be focused on competence gaps for both sea-going and shore based staff, and should be externally verifiable
  • Courses should be designed with clear measurable objectives/ deliverables; and assessments should be realistic
  • Course contents should be verifiable against recognised industry/international standards; (in addition to formal STCW requirements, etc. should cover competence in ship handling, cargo handling, et al)
best practices in maritime education and training institutions12
Best Practices in Maritime Education and Training Institutions
  • The facilities and the equipment should be “fit for purpose”, and meet industrial standards
  • The institution(s) should utilise a variety of technologies in the delivery of their course and not only instructor led training (ILT)
  • Commitment of all (institution, staff, industry) to “continuous improvement”

FURTHER GOOD PRACTICE:

  • The institution should be affiliated to an international education and training association,
  • There should be cross-fertilisation across the disciplines (faculties, students and programmes) in the institution
  • Courses should include “Education for Life” subjects
tots tanker officer training standards new intertanko initiative
TOTS - Tanker Officer Training Standards(new INTERTANKO initiative)
  • Covers officer competences and training, as well as time in rank and time with company
  • An alternative approach to oil companies’ “Officer Matrix” requirements, based upon “Time in Rank” and “Years with the Operator”
  • Incorporates training modules onboard and ashore, as well as verification processes
  • TMSA compatible

Addresses “Quality and Experience”

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Thank you

For more information, please visit:

www.intertanko.com

www.poseidonchallenge.com

www.shippingfacts.com

www.maritimefoundation.com