Seafish – Safety Awareness for Experienced
About This Course
The Seafish Safety Awareness course is a mandatory requirement for all fishermen with at least six months of experience regardless of other qualifications held. To attend this course you must be at least 18 years old and have already completed the SeaFish Health and Safety course.
Combining lectures, films, demonstrations and practical sessions, this course covers the day to day practical safety issues on board commercial fishing boats, reinforcing the knowledge needed and action to be taken in certain critical situations.
This Seafish Safety Awareness training covers the improvement of safety on board fishing vessels and the dangers associated with fishing, including:
- Legal principles and requirements
- Using M-Notices to locate guidance
- Identifying hazards
- Risk assessment and risk reduction
Assessment and Certification
Candidates are assessed throughout the course. Successful candidates will be awarded the Seafish Authority Safety Awareness certificate.
Please see the bottom of this block for current dates or phone us on 01752 770589.
£130 (Inc. VAT)
To attend this course all candidates must be over 18, already hold the Seafish Basic Health and Safety Certificate and have at least 6 months of fishing experience.
Crownhill Fort Plymouth
The Seafish Safety Awareness course is a mandatory requirement for all fishermen with six months or more of experience, regardless of other qualifications held. Combining lectures, films, demonstrations and practical […]