This U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)-approved course offers classroom and practical training on emergency procedures, pollution prevention, safe onboard working practices, and skills regarding social interaction both onboard and on shore. Relationship training depicts roles and responsibilities of mariners toward each other, superiors, subordinates and others.
The course also covers substance-abuse awareness, stress management, sociability skills, personal excellence, and awareness of the potential for discrimination and harassment in the workplace. Effects of sociability problems on personnel and shipboard safety are also addressed. The course also demonstrates and describes appropriate stress management techniques, as well as practical conflict resolution actions.
Any applicant successfully completing this four-hour course and presenting our Certificate of Training at a U.S. Coast Guard Regional Exam Center satisfies the requirements of 46 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 10.205(i)(4)and Table A-V1/1-4 of the Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) code.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
TopicsSafe working practices +Emergency procedures compliance
- Mariners and offshore workers.
Fees must be paid prior to or on the first day of class unless other arrangements have been made.
- Course materials
- Protective clothing
Does not include
Course dates and fees are subject to change without notice.
Please click on "details" above for individual class pricing.
Classes are conducted in Building #71
Brayton Fire Training Field
1595 Nuclear Science Road
College Station, Texas
The Bryan-College Station Convention and Visitors Bureau maintains a list of local hotels.
Registration by phone
To register by phone contact the Marine Firefighting Program at (979) 845-1152 or by fax at (979) 845-3831.