Safe Handling and Transportation of Cement

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Duration: 75minutes approx.

This course is examining the safe handling and transportation of Cement as one of the major dry bulk cargoes. You will go through ten separate sections that will provide you with an in-depth analysis of the safe handling and transportation of Cement. At the end of some sections, there will be articles to read while after the end of certain sections or articles there will be multiple choice questions you need to answer. A certification will be provided following the completion of the course. Suitable for ship managers, flag registries, seafarers, Agents, insurers, and shipowners.  

Duration: 75minutes approx. 

KeelX is not responsible for the accuracy, suitability, and validity of the course material being offered, although every effort is made to ensure correctness. The individual Learner is responsible to ensure he or she has required access to suitable equipment to complete the course in each event and ensuring he or she is suitably protected and follows any suggested and mandatory safety guidelines required either by law or through best practice recommendations and common sense. KeelX will not be responsible for any health and safety issues and/or injuries or any consequences of whatsoever nature, arising out of the conducting of the training courses. 

Series One: These seminars aim to provide the participants with an in-depth analysis of the Safe Handling and Transporting of Dry Bulk Cargoes.  No matter your position, onboard or ashore, our Series One will become a valuable tool to expand your knowledge, enhance safety, mitigate possible claims and act proactively. Through the analysis of real cases, the participant will have the opportunity to analyze unprecedented situations, explore multiple operational scenarios, and comprehend recommended solutions. 

Section 1: Introduction to Cement intro 

Section 2: Cement and the International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes Code (IMSBC)

Section 3: Cement’s Transportation Challenges: Solidification, Contamination, Temperature Sensitivity

Section 4: Loading Operations of Cement

Section 5: Discharging Operations

Section 6: Contractual Obligations

Section 7: Crew Safety 

Section 8: 17 Hot Tips for the Safe Handling and Transportation of Cement 

Section 9: Analysis of a Cement Solidification Case 

Section 10: Conclusion