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Title: Comprehensive Revision of STCW Convention (STCW 2010)


1
Comprehensive Revision of STCW Convention
(STCW 2010)
  • Manila Amendments to STCW78

2
Presentation Structure
  • Overview of comprehensive revision
  • Need Benefits of comprehensive review
  • Terms of reference
  • Calendar of Events
  • Salient changes in STCW Convention
  • Action Dates
  • Impact of revision on
  • Maritime Administrations
  • Shipping Companies
  • Training Institutes
  • Seafarers

2
3
Need for Comprehensive revision
  • During STW 37 (Jan. 2006), it was felt that the
    Convention needs to be amended to include
  • Security training provisions
  • Standards of competence for senior ratings
  • Competence standards for tankers, incl. LNGs
  • Identification of refresher training areas for
    demonstration of competence in Safety Training
  • Review of Alternative Certification and
  • Criteria for safe manning Rest periods

3
4
Benefits of the Comprehensive review
  • Administrations - Amend laws Rules relating to
    training certification once - Saving
    legislative time reducing administrative
    burden
  • Shipping Companies - Planning training of its
    crew in a Packaged manner, saving of time and
    money and
  • Training institutes - Revise their curriculum
    once to meet requirements - More time available
    for training
  • Seafarers - Additional Training during leave
    period -Single phase rather than every time they
    are on leave

4
5
Terms of Reference STW 38 (Jan.07)
  • Retain the structure goals of the 95 revision
  • Not to down scale existing standards
  • Not to amend the articles of the Convention
  • Address inconsistencies .. Outdated requirements
    technological advances
  • Address requirements for effective communication
  • Provide for flexibility .. innovation in
    technology
  • Address the special character and circumstances
    of short sea shipping and the offshore industry
  • Address security-related issues.

5
6
Calendar of Events
  • April 2006 Groundwork began for Revision
  • January 2007 (STW 38) - Revision proposed to
    Sub-committee and the Terms of Reference approved
  • March 2008 (STW 39) - 52 proposals
  • Sept. 2008 (ISWG 1) - 62 new proposals
  • Feb. 2009 (STW 40) - 68 proposals
  • Sept. 2009 (ISWG 2) - 25 pending 39 new
    proposals
  • Jan. 2010 (STW 41) - Final set of 55 proposals
  • June 2010 (Conference) 31 last minute proposals

7
Salient Changes in STCW95
8
  • Chapter I
  • General Provisions

9
Clarification on Certificates
  • The term Appropriate Certificate deleted
  • Main Certificates of Masters, Officers and GMDSS
    Radio Operators Certificate of Competency
  • Certificates for other Regulations including
    Ratings and Modular Course Certificates
    Certificate of Proficiency (Info prescribed)
  • Other Documents Documentary Evidence

10
Certificates Endorsements
  • COCs shall be issued only by Administration after
    verification of authenticity and validity of any
    necessary documentary evidence
  • Tanker Endorsements to Officers shall be issued
    only by administration
  • Recognition Endorsements shall be issued by Flag
    States for COCs and Tanker Endorsements of
    Officers only after verification of authenticity
    and validity Isseing State to provide by
    Electronic Means

11
Near Coastal Voyages
  • If near-coastal voyages are performed by ships
    include coast of other countries Undertaking
    with the countries concerned
  • NCV Certificates issued by one country may be
    accepted by another country for their
    near-coastal voyages - Undertaking with the
    countries concerned
  • Incorporate near-coastal limits in COCs
  • Not intended to cover world-wide voyages

12
Compliance Enforcement
  • Port State Control - Assessment of the ability of
    seafarers to maintain watch-keeping and security
    standards Compromise to security in the list
  • National Laws - Enforce appropriate measures to
    Prevent fraud and unlawful practices for
    Certificates Endorsements
  • May allow distance learning or e-learning

13
White List Quality Standards
  • Compliance Document to be sent to IMO for
    demonstration that full and complete effect has
    been given to the Convention
  • Review of White List
  • Five yearly independent evaluation to be sent to
    IMO including further amendments
  • QSS to include procedures for issue of medical
    certificates

14
Medical Certificates and Standards
  • List of approved Medical Practitioners to be made
    available
  • Medical Certificates shall be valid for 2 years
    (1-year for lt18 years age)
  • If the Medical Certificate expires during voyage,
    it shall continue in force till next port where
    recognized medical practitioner is available, not
    exceeding 3 months
  • Eye sight Standards revised Guidance reg.
    Physical Ability Standards for Medical
    Examination provided in B-Code

15
Recognition Revalidation
  • Evaluation of the Recognized country
  • No Endorsement attesting recognition of
    Certificate without verification of authenticity
    of Certificates
  • Administrations to provide Electronic
    verification of authenticity of certificates
  • Revalidation of COC also permitted if sailed for
    3 months in last 6 months before revalidation
  • If applied for revalidation upto 6 months in
    advance, may revalidate upto 5th Anniversary

16
Company Responsibilities Transitional Provisions
  • Company to ensure
  • Seafarers have received refresher and updating
    training as per the Convention
  • Effective oral communication on board as per
    SOLAS
  • Transitional Provisions or Grace period decided
    in the Diplomatic Conference at Manila

17
  • Chapter II
  • Nautical Department

18
Operational Level
  • Proposal from Norway to DELETE Celestial
    Navigation from Competence standards X
  • Paper from USA Cant Guarantee GPS
    Malfunctioning or failure Liability and
    Compensation for incidents
  • Additional Guidance provided in B-Code
  • Blind pilotage techniques in Bridge watch-keeping
  • Use of ship reporting systems and VTS procedures
  • Bridge Resource Management

19
Operational Level
  • Electronic Charts Display Information System
  • MERSAR to IAMSAR
  • Proposal from Norway to Delete Visual Signalling
    Morse Code ? X Reduced to Single letter
  • Proactive measures to protect the marine
    environment
  • Leadership and Team-working Skills
  • Proposal from Norway to include Integrated Bridge
    or Navigation Systems ? X

20
Management Level
  • Ship reporting systems and VTS procedures
  • Decca and Loran replaced by Terrestrial
    Electronic Position Fixing System
  • Electronic Charts Display Information System
    Management of ECDIS
  • MERSAR to IAMSAR
  • IMSBC Code
  • Leadership and Managerial Skills
  • Integrated Bridge or Navigation Systems X

21
Ratings - Able Seafarer (Deck)
  • Watch-keeping Certificate (Navigation)
  • 18 months service, OR
  • 12 months service and approved training
  • Training Record Book
  • Meet the standards
  • Issue of Certificate

22
  • Chapter III
  • Engineering Department

23
Operational Level
  • 30 months Education training replaced by
  • Combined workshop skill training and onboard
    training of 12 months,
  • OR
  • 36 months of combined workshop skills training
    and approved sea going service which should be
    minimum 30 months in the engine department
  • 6 months Engine Room Watch-keeping service as
    part of approved seagoing service
  • Education training and meet the standards of
    competence

24
Operational Level
  • Engine Room Resource Management
  • Internal Communication Systems
  • Electrical, Electronic and control systems
  • Automation and Control Systems
  • Proactive measures to protect mar. environment
  • Environmental Awareness, particularly in the use
    of Oil water separators
  • Leadership and Team-working Skills
  • Overhaul of the entire curriculum - Japan

25
Management Level
  • Sea time requirements for 2nd Engineer and Chief
    Engineer revised in line with Chief Mates and
    Masters (12 36/24)
  • Electrical, Electronic and control systems -
    Enhanced
  • Maintenance and Repair Enhanced
  • Leadership and Managerial Skills
  • Overhaul of the entire curriculum - Japan

26
Ratings - Able Seafarer (Engine)
  • Watch-keeping Certificate
  • (Engine Room)
  • 12 months service OR 6 months service and
    approved training
  • Training Record Book
  • Meet the standards
  • Issue of Certificate

27
New Competency Standards for
  • Electro Technical Ratings
  • Electro Technical Officers
  • Senior Electro Technical Officers ? X
  • Special training for Engineering Personnel
    managing and operating Electrical power plants gt
    1000 V

28
Electro Technical Rating
  • Completed approved sea going service including 12
    months training and experience
  • Or
  • Completed approved training including minimum 6
    months sea going service
  • Or
  • Meet technical competencies and minimum 3 months
    sea going service
  • Meet the standards as specified in Code

29
Electro Technical Officer
  • An approved training program of 12 months of
    combined workshop skills training with minimum 6
    months seagoing service
  • or
  • 36 months of combined workshop skills
    training and approved sea going service which
    should be minimum 30 months in the engine
    department
  • Completed approved education and training to meet
    the standards as specified in Code

30
Highlights of Other Proposals
  • Carriage of Trainees to be mandatory on ships
    (India) ? X
  • Master should not be counted as Watch-keeper
    (IFSMA) ? X
  • Ship-in-Campus Concept (India) ? X
  • kW limitations on NCV change to 6000 / 8000
    (India, US, Singapore ) ? X

31
  • Chapter VII
  • Alternative Certification

32
Polyvalent Certification
  • Polyvalent Certification introduced for
  • Nautical and Engineering Watch Keeping ratings
  • Able Seafarer (Deck) and Able Seafarer (Engine)
  • Integrated training as proposed by EU permitted

33
  • Chapter IV
  • Radio Communications

34
GMDSS
  • Refresher and updating Training Course for GMDSS
    ? X
  • On board familiarization with the equipment
    carried on ship
  • MERSAR to IAMSAR

35
  • Chapter V
  • Special Ship Types

36
Tanker Endorsements
  • Tanker Fire Fighting included in Tanker
    Familiarization Course
  • Tanker Fam. (Oil Chemical) and Tanker Fam. (LPG
    LNG)
  • 3-month experience mandatory for each type of
    tanker endorsement, OR
  • 1-month option with 3 loading and 3 discharging

37
Tanker Endorsements
  • Revalidation of Tanker Endorsement
  • 3 months service or
  • Refresher and updating training
  • Higher Level Tanker Endorsement for all Watch
    keeping Officers ?
  • (Persons with immediate responsibility Persons
    in a decision making capacity)

38
Special training for - Guidance Code
  • Special character and circumstances of offshore
    industry
  • Off-shore Supply Vessels (OSVs) and Anchor
    Handling Tugs (AHTs)
  • Masters officers using Dynamical positioning
    system (DPS)
  • Ice Navigation and navigation in polar areas
  • Personnel manning commercially operated yachts ? X

39
  • Chapter VI
  • Safety Security Training

40
Refresher Training Basic
  • In areas where training cant be conducted on
    board
  • Personal Survival Techniques
  • Fire Prevention Fire Fighting
  • Personal Safety Social Responsibilities ? X
  • Elementary First Aid ? X
  • Every five years

41
PSSR Course Enhanced
  • Basic knowledge of
  • impact of shipping on the marine environment
  • Complexity and diversity of marine environment
  • Basic Team-working principles practice,
    including conflict resolution
  • Principles of and barriers to effective
    communication on board
  • Understand reasons for and take necessary action
    to control fatigue

42
Refresher Training Advanced
  • In areas where training cant be conducted on
    board
  • Proficiency in Survival Craft Rescue Boats
  • Advanced Fire Fighting
  • Medical First Aid ? X
  • Medical Care? X
  • Every five years

43
Security
  • Ship Security Officers Course STCW
  • Security Training for Designated persons -
    Training Course for designated persons who are
    assigned security related duties on board ships
  • Security Awareness Course - Mandatory for all
    shipboard personnel without Security related
    duties
  • Security Related Familiarization - On-board
    training to be conducted by Ship Security Officer
    for all shipboard personnel

44
  • Chapter VIII
  • Watch-keeping

45
Watch-keeping Rest Periods
  • Minimum 10 hours of rest every 24 hours
  • May be divided into two parts, one gt6 hours
    (Continuous), provided the interval lt 14 hours
  • 2 days in week, rest may be reduced to 6 hours -
    DELETED
  • The total for the week is 70 77 hours
  • Exception 70 hours rest in 7 days period for two
    weeks, minimum 10 hours daily (next 4 weeks no
    reduction)
  • For 2 days in a week This may be divided in
    three parts gt6 gt1 gt1

46
Rest Periods Alchohol
  • Emergency, distress overriding operational
    conditions exempted
  • Musters, Drills, - Dont disturb the rest
  • Call-outs to be Compensated
  • Records maintained and Inspection - ISM Audits
  • Alchohol limits
  • BAC limit reduced to 0.05 or 0.25 mg/l in the
    breath

47
  • Conference
  • Resolutions

48
Resolutions
  • Transitional Provisions and early implementation
  • Verification of Certificates of Competency and
    endorsements
  • STCW and Ships Manning Levels
  • Promotion of technical knowledge, skills and
    professionalism of seafarers
  • Invites IMO, ILO WHO to develop guidelines to
    implement medical fitness standards
  • Invites IMO, Governments International
    Organizations to assist in revising Model Courses

49
Resolutions
  • Promotion of technical co-operation
  • Measures to ensure the competency of Masters and
    officers on ships operating in polar waters
  • Attracting new entrants and retaining seafarers
    for the maritime profession
  • Accommodation for Trainees on new and existing
    ships
  • Promotion of the participation of women in the
    maritime industry
  • Future amendments and review of the STCW
    Convention and Code

50
Resolutions
  • Contribution of ILO Recognizing the role,
    competences and expertise of ILO in Occupational
    Safety and Health of workers
  • Role of MWU and IMLA
  • Thanks to Philippines Government
  • Year of the Seafarer - 2010
  • Day of the Seafarer 25th June

51
Action Dates
  • 12-21 May 2010 - MSC meeting approved amendments
  • 21- 25 June 2010 - International Diplomatic
    Conference - Manila - Adopted the Revision
  • 1st July 2011 - Deemed Acceptance unless
    objected by 1/3 members OR Members with gt50 GT
  • 1st January 2012 - Enters into Force

52
Action Dates
  • 1st Jan 2013 - Compliance document to be
    submitted to IMO for White List
  • 1st July 2013 - Revised Standards apply to new
    entrants
  • 1st January 2017 - Transitional Provisions (Grace
    Period) for Existing Seafarers Ends

53
Maritime Administrations
  • Changes in National Laws and Rules, META Manuals,
    etc.
  • NCV Certificates undertakings with the other
    countries
  • Prepare compliance document for white list
  • Independent quality evaluations to submit
  • Procedures for medical fitness certificates

54
Maritime Administrations
  • Electronic verification of All certificates to
    Flag Administrations and Companies / Employers
  • Compare pre2010 standards with STCW 2010 and
    prescribe refresher and updating training or
    assessment
  • Revise curriculum for courses and examinations
  • Prescribe upgradation and refresher training
    programmes

55
Maritime Administrations
  • Issue Able Seafarer (Deck) and (Engine)
    Certificates including backlog (gt30000)and
    polyvalent certificates
  • Electro Technical Rating and Electro Technical
    Officers
  • Tanker Endorsements for Watch keeping Officers
  • Prescribe special training for OSV / AHT, DPS and
    Ice navigation

56
Shipping Companies
  • Ensure seafarers are able to communicated orally
    in an effective manner on board ships
  • Ensure seafarers undertake appropriate refresher
    and updating training including upgradation
    training

57
Shipping Companies
  • Ensure Able Seafarer (Deck) and (Engine)
    certificates
  • Ensure ET Rating and ETO certificates, whenever
    carried on ships
  • Ensure Tanker endorsement at appropriate level
    for officers
  • Provide guidance to seafarers

58
Training Institutes
  • Revise curriculum for various Courses
  • Upgrade Courses (PSSR, Tank Fam, Competency
    Courses, etc.)
  • Prepare and conduct upgradation courses for
    existing officers

59
Training Institutes
  • Conduct Refresher training for basic and advanced
    safety courses
  • Introduce training for Able Seafarer (Deck) or
    (Engine)
  • Introduce training for ET Rating or ET Officer

60
Seafarers
  • Undertake upgradation training for the Level of
    CoC including PSSR, B/ERM, LTW, LM, IAMSAR,
    IMSBC
  • New or additional items ECDIS, High Voltage,
    Security duties
  • Undertake refresher training in basic safety
    courses
  • Undertake refresher training in advanced safety
    courses

61
Seafarers
  • Revalidate certificates of competency
  • Obtain Able Seafarer (Deck) or (Engine)
    Certificates
  • Obtain ET Rating or ET Officer Certificates
  • Obtain Tankers or other ship type endorsements

62
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