SSTL delivers two recognized standards of marine training, STCW 95 and the specific domestic (Transport Canada) crew safety certification, to meet the needs of vessels of different sizes with different safety equipment requirements and the needs of clients operating in Canadian or other jurisdictions.
The domestic vessel safety certification stream includes the smaller vessels which are limited in the distance they can operate from shore or do not carry a lifeboat or rescue boat and or do not carry breathing apparatus for firefighting.
|COURSE||PERSONNEL REQUIRING THIS LEVEL OF TRAINING|
|Domestic Vessel Safety||–|
|Small Domestic Vessel – Basic Safety (SDV-BS)||Crew members of non-pleasure vessel of not more than 150 gross tons operating not more than 25 nautical miles from shore.|
|Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (SVOP)||Persons operating small commercial vessels, other than tugs or fishing vessels, up to 5 gross tonnage engaged on a near coastal voyage, class 2 or sheltered waters voyage, or for fishing vessels up to 15 gross tonnage or 12 meters overall length engaged on a near coastal voyage, class 2 (including an inland voyage on Lake Superior or Lake Huron) or on a sheltered water voyage.|
|MEDD for Senior Officers||Those applying for examination for almost all mate’s certificate of competency and for 3 class marine engineer and above certification and for Fishing Master 1 and 2 class certificates.|
|Passenger Safety Management||
Aim of course is to provide personnel on passenger carrying vessels (12 or more passengers, 500 gross tonnage or more) with standards for familiarization, basic safety training, and competencies, in order to cope with hazards and emergencies.To provide seafarers with an understanding of measures to be taken in order to ensure safe operation of passenger carrying vessels. The course meets the requirements of Transport Canada TP Document 13024 Training Standards for Personnel on board Passenger Carrying Vessels.