Diploma in Maritime Safety Policies and Regulations
- Module 1 – Key Institutional Stakeholders in Maritime Safety and Fundamental Concepts
- Module 2 – The Responsibilities of States in Relation to Maritime Safety (Flag State, Coastal State and Port State)
- Module 3 – The Challenge of the Safe and Environmentally-Friendly Operation of Ships – The ISM Code
- Module 4 – The Human Element in Safe and Environmentally-Friendly Shipping
- Module 5 – Key Issues in Ship Design, Construction and Equipment
- Module 6 – Safety of Navigation, Maritime Traffic Management and Communication at Sea
- Module 7 – Safety Law Relating to Passenger Ships, Bulk Carriers and Other Types of Vessels
- Module 8 – Legislation for the Carriage of Dangerous Goods
- Module 9 – The Safety of Fixed and Floating Offshore Platforms
- Module 10 – From Maritime Safety to Maritime Security: The Problem of Piracy and Terrorism
- Case Study – Implementing Safety Regulations in the Shipping Industry
What you'll learn
- Describe the role and responsibilities of the various institutional stakeholders and states in legislating, implementing and enforcing maritime safety law and policies
- Analyse the human element in relation to maritime safety and its legal framework
- Evaluate the role of communications and navigation in maritime safety law
- Explain how the carriage of dangerous goods is regulated at the international level Identify the specifics of different ship types for the understanding of maritime safety law Identify the ramifications of non-compliance with various safety laws;
- Evaluate the impact of the ISM (International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention) Code on maritime safety
- Explain the international legal framework governing safety of fixed and floating offshore platforms
Assessed and awarded by North Kent College
Delivered in partnership between the National Maritime Training Centre at North Kent College and Lloyd’s Maritime Academy, the course continues to be the ideal professional development course for existing ship managers, prospective ship managers and for those who work alongside the ship management sector.
MBA (Maritime Safety Policies and Regulations) - Diploma Continuation
The Diploma in Maritime Safety Policies and Regulations has been academically assessed to provide 60 credits of prior learning accreditation towards a unique MBA delivered in partnership between Lloyd's Maritime Academy and Middlesex University.
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