Ensure maritime crewmembers are trained to understand, recognize, and follow hazardous energy Lockout Tagout control procedures with Moxie’s Maritime Lockout/Tagout Awareness training program.
With over 30 years of experience in the maritime industry, Moxie has developed an extensive library of courses that provide crew members and supervisors with the lifesaving training necessary to flourish in the often harsh conditions of this demanding industry. Courses cover training required by USCG, AWO, RCP, IMO, Sub M, OSHA in both inland and offshore environments.
Because it is a hazardous material, methanol safe handling is extremely important. Learn about the hazards of methanol and safe methanol handling, storage, and transfer, as well as fire and spill response.
It important to consistently raise awareness. When crews are educated on why visual, manual, and cognitive distractions are important to control, they will make better decisions about cell phone use and other distractions. This program discusses the dangers to vessel crew and equipment due to distractions during marine vessel operations.
Accidents and deaths due to asphyxiation from oxygen-depleted tanks and holds are one of the greatest hazards faced by maritime personnel and crew members.
This program trains personnel to recognize the hazards in a confined space, then demonstrates procedures to evaluate and safely control work conditions, including confined space permitting and use of monitors to read oxygen levels or detect toxic gas
46 CFR Subchapter M minimally requires that every vessel undergo annual audits and periodic drydock inspections. The Towing Safety Management System, or TSMS, and its implementation must also be periodically audited. The annual vessel audits may be conducted by trained company personnel or a Third Party Organization, referred to as a TPO. An initial audit of the TSMS and follow-up audits must be conducted by an independent Third Party Organization or the USCG.
TThis training program was developed to prepare internal and external surveyors, vessel crews and company management on the specifics of conducting a vessel survey.