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Health and Safety in Ship Operations

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ABOUT THE COURSE

The Health and Safety in Ship Operations Course is a comprehensive look at health and safety, in all its guises and how it operates in the maritime sphere. This is a wide remit given the extensive areas that need to be covered to give the student a full understanding of all aspects of health and safety as it applies to ships, rigs, ports/mariners
and workers.  The course looks at all aspects of health and safety, the laws and regulations which are many and the obligations and consequences for breaches of health and safety legislation.
This course strives to maintain a broad approach to a complicated subject to enable the student to gain a fuller appreciation of the subject and how in particular it affects them in their occupation.

 

COURSE STRUCTURE

The course consists of 12 modules. All students are required to successfully complete and pass the module assignments. Diploma students will also be required to sit and pass a final examination.

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WHO’S THE COURSE SUITABLE FOR?

Those engaged in the maritime industry/marine leisure sector who wish to know more about their obligations whether it be employer or employee. Also those with an interest in the health and safety industry and the roles that are available in this sector. The course is designed as a broad approach to the subject so those with a general interest or wish to know more about a particular aspect should have their specific questions addressed.

If you would like to complete this as a Classroom based course, click here for more information.

Meet the Course Director

Jonathan Hadley-Piggin

BSc (Hons), MA, Dip Law, MNI, MRIN, ACI Arb, Solicitor

Jonathan Hadley-Piggin is a solicitor and consultant in the marine and shipping department at Keystone Law a commercial law firm based in London. Jonathan attended Warsash Nautical College in Southampton sponsored by BP Shipping, where he gained a Class III Certificate of Competency (Deck Officer). Following time at sea with BP (including during the Iran/Iraq war) he later gained a commission in the Royal Navy and attended Britannia Royal Navy College, then, sponsored by the Navy read for a degree in Maritime Law and Economics at Cardiff University.

In the Royal Navy he specialised in navigation serving in frigates and nuclear submarines before leaving the Navy to pursue a career in law. Jonathan trained with the City firm Stephenson Harwood where, following qualification he specialised in commercial charter disputes, collision and salvage. He later started to concentrate on the leisure sector both in the UK and abroad particularly in the super yacht arena where he is involved in drafting and negotiating a range of build and repair/refit contracts for super yachts for both builders and owners. Jonathan is a regular speaker at industry events and lectures (where he is also a marker) on the MCA Master Yacht qualification course and for the British Marine Federation.

This Course has 12 modules

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On Passing the Diploma you will receive this icon – please use on your business cards, LinkedIn profiles and websites!

You can also use these letters after your name:
MTA Dip HSSO

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