Pirates, boat refuges and the pandemic are just some of the disasters and crises that were not described and predicted by the ISM, TMSA, SOLAS or any other system. Masters and senior officers had to manage these crises with none or only limited support from training, drills and procedures. Good seamanship, experience and perhaps blind luck are good companions in these events, but the outcome is often not what was hoped for. In hind sight, some things could always have been done better. However, there are methods and approaches which can be used to manage and lead in a crisis. These can be taught and trained, just like any other skill.
This course enables Masters, senior officers or other leaders to handle a crisis without having made a contingency plan ahead. It enables the participants to work with methods that are universal and can be applied to different kinds of crises. During the training, participants will be introduced to methods and standard approaches to manage a crisis. Furthermore, we will introduce various scenarios that the participants will need to handle together. Finally, participants will learn to debrief and asses how the organisation and department can learn from the event and prepare for a similar event in the future.
The course is facilitated by crisis management expert Jens Sørensen from Marquard Consulting.
This course is for ship masters, senior officers, rig managers or other leaders who are working at a ship or offshore installation
Duration: 4 hours (time is CET+1)
THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS TWO (2) DAYS BEFORE THE COURSE DATE. (1day for webinars)