The following guidelines have been prepared by CAPP to ensure that consistency is being used in the preparation of publications
2 November 2023
To protect the health and safety of individuals at the training site and during training the Training Provider must take all reasonable measures to ensure that anything it supplies for use at the site is in a safe condition and training best practices are deployed and used including those outlined in the CoP. [...] Note: For trainees who are not medically cleared to use the HUEBA device in the HUET and have a valid medical, the trainee must be “red tagged” by the Training Provider and permitted to complete the training without use of the HUEBA in the HUET. [...] Note: For trainees who are not medically cleared to use the HUEBA in HUET and have a valid medical, the trainee must be “red tagged” by the Training Provider and permitted to complete the training without use of the HUEBA in the HUET. [...] In addition to the above, the following requirements should also include: • Hazards and potential emergencies; • The responsibility of individuals for their own safety and the safety of others; • The need, and to whom, to report incidents; • The location, if any, of designated smoking areas; • The location and significance of hazardous areas; • Overview of the permit to work system; • The Marine I. [...] Course Content • Basic security issues and communications; • The meaning of the different MARSEC levels, the different procedures required of the person at each level and the emergency procedures and contingency plans; • Knowledge of security measures for: Access to the Marine Installation or Structure, restricted areas, handling of cargo, delivery of stores, monitoring of the Marine Installation.