• Implementation of New Marpol Regulations
  • Tanker Management Self-Assessment – TMSA
  • Changes in ISGOTT Requirements
  • Vetting - Questionnaires - Flag / Class Ratings 
  • Single Hull Phase Out Schedules
  • Vessel Casualty Analysis - Flag / Class / Age
  • CAS / CAP - Expanded Structural Surveys
  • Ship Wrecks, Oil Spills and Regulations
  • The Human Factor of Tanker Operations
  • How the Industry was Changed Due ToTorrey Canyon - Amoco Cadiz - Exxon Valdez and Other Major Accidents / Oil Spills
  • Tank Cleaning Procedures - Special Cargoes and Requirements
  • Double Hull vs. Alternate Hull Designs




  • Return of the Pirates - Precautions and Counter-Measures
  • New Training Requirements / Facilities / Methods / STCW Requirements
  • Ship's / Master's Business
  • Master's / Management's Responsibilities / Liabilities
  • General Performance Clauses / Requirements
  • Discussion of Various Maritime Claims Issues
  • Incident Investigation: 
    What is an Incident? Types of Incidents - Identify What, Why, How It Happened -
    How To Prevent It From Happening Again -
    Incident Reporting - Root Cause Analysis: Finding reasons for oil spills, tanker accidents and ways to reduce them
This two-day course covers the topics you need to better understand the more complex issues of oil tanker operations and management such as:  
Program Objective:  To study the links between catastrophes and industry regulations and to take an in-depth look at tanker operations, from new vessel designs to the implementation of the latest regulations and most everything in between.


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