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Bilge Water / Waste Oil Operation Management Course
Author: Norwegian Training Center
Genre: Training Course
Publisher: Norwegian Training Center
Pages count: ~120
Description: This course program is designed for marine engine and deck officers involved in the management and operation of bilge water treatment system on board ships. The overall goal of the program is to update trainees’ knowledge on existing regulations and treatment techniques for bilge water. Practical exercises on the proper management and operation of bilge water are emphasized to demonstrate expertise and full understanding on the treatment
and disposal processes of bilge water.
The course covers the following topics: regulatory framework on OWS, oily waste treatment techniques, bilge water on-line monitoring system, correct entries to Oil Record Book – Part 1, port state control inspection, site assessment / faults and remedies, and seafarers’ role and attitudes in pollution prevention.
This course is conducted for one (1) week. It consists of 21-hour lecture and 9-hour laboratory. In general, this course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for knowledge, understanding and proficiency in relation to the competence standard of the 1995 STCW Code, Table III/1 and Table III/2 for marine engineering in the operation and management level. This module provides the background knowledge to support monitoring and controlling compliance with legislation to ensure protection of the marine environment.
This module provides knowledge-based and skill-based assessment of trainees’ performance.
Knowledge-based criteria shall be satisfied through written evaluation while skill-based criteria shall be met through appropriate practical laboratory exercises and instructions.
Additional info: Методические указания и теория обработки, хранения, сдачи нефтеводяных остатков (льяльных вод и шлама ) в условиях современных требований конвенкции МАРПОЛ. Норвежский Тренажёрный Центр - Манила, Филлипины, 2007г.
COURSE OBJECTIVEThe objective of this course is to upgrade the knowledge and skills of trainees involved in managing and operating bilge water treatment system on board. This functional element provides the detailed knowledge and skills to support the tasks, duties and responsibilities in monitoring and controlling compliance with the legislation to ensure protection of the environment. Trainees successfully completed this course should be able to:
• explain the principles underlying MARPOL 73/78, Annex I Regulations concerning Oil Water Separator
• describe the physical and chemical treatment methods for bilge water on board
• explain all possible modifications and improvement in handling bilge water and oily waste on board within the context of the regulations
• write correct entries to Oil Record Book
• explain how port state control inspections are conducted
• explain seafarers’ role and attitudes in pollution prevention
ContentsTopic 1 Regulatory Framework
Topic 2 Introduction to OWS and Bilge Water System
Topic 3 Bilge Water Treatment Techniques (11 Pages)
Topic 4 Bilge Water/Oily Waste Laboratory Facility
Familiarization and Operation
NTC-M Bilge Water / Waste Oil Operational Management
Topic 5 Correct Entries in the Oil Record Book – Part I
Topic 6 Port State Control Inspections
Topic 7 Seafarers Role and Attitudes in Pollution Prevention