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Manoeuvre a vessel.

Operate the fuel system, Bilge and ballast water, bridge and fire pumping

And all other systems on board vessel.

Used and maintain deck machinery. Operate steering gear arrangement.

Vessel Maintenance (Manage hull deterioration)

Maintain watertight integrity of a vessel.

Marine Legislation.

The ability of being able to manage, organize and establish a harmonious

Workplace environment. Along with ability to maintain it.

Safety Procedures (Fuelling). Operation of Electrical Systems. (12v to 440v) Safety procedures

Demonstrate action taken in the even of fire or explosions.

Operating fire-fighting equipment. (Fix Type and Fire extinguisher)

Maintain running log, including fuel calculation and written reports.

Prepare a vessel for sea and secure a vessel after voyage

Safety in workshop, Safe Handling of power tool and Hand tools.

Basic handling of material (metal and wood)

Dry Docking Procedures

WORKING AND TRAINING WITH INDIGENOUS.

Personnel are trained and action is organised in the event of a machinery failure or emergency to secure the machinery and the vessel and maintain the safety of the vessel and persons involved.

Instruction of relevant Maritime Authorities and class societies concerning shipboard machinery maintenance and repair.

Personnel are trained and action is organised in the event of a machinery failure or emergency to secure the machinery and the vessel and maintain the safety of the vessel and persons involved.

2000 JAN– 2000 DEC Self Study

During this time I took up community work, voluntary work and was involved in                    Self-study courses. Voluntary work involved working with a primary class at Alawa Primary School during its Art programme. I was involved in preparing stencil and all material needed for the art session. I helped in carrying out the lesson in painting and craftwork and thereafter displaying all pieces of artwork.

>Attended courses on Marine Engine Driver 1,

>Workplace Assessment and Training Certificate 4.

>Senior First Aid Certificate,

>Survival at Sea, Marine Fire Fighting,

>Prevention and Safety elements and shipboard Safety.

>Training Program in Marine refrigeration Course (NTU)

>Overview of HACCPFood safety system (Quality Assurance Services QAS,

>Oil spill response Course (AMSA).

1995March -1999 SEP - DARWIN SHIP REPAIR

> Migrated to Australia, Darwin in 1995.

During this time, I have worked as fitter and turner, Assistant Project Controller,

Leading Hand, Tradesman and Marketing Representative to Singapore Marine

Exposition.

Leading Hand – Supervisory Work, yard contractors, coordinating with

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