STCW Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

STCW Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting

STCW Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting Course is a requirement for those wishing to work at sea. This is one of the four modules under the STCW’95 basic safety training course. All seafarers are required to hold this certificate. Once attained this permits candidates to work on Cruise Ships, Super Yachts, Commercial Shipping and Offshore energies industry.

This course is needed for all crew. The STCW 2010 Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting course in in line with meeting the requirements laid down in, STCW 1978 as amended (Including STCW95 and STCW 2010) Regulation VI/1 and STCW Code Section A-VI/1 Paragraphs 2.1.2

Minimise the Risk of Fire

  • Fire Triangle
  • Risk of Explosion
  • Ignition
  • Common Materials
  • Patrol Systems
  • Constant Vigilance
  • Fire Hazards

State of Readiness in Emergency Situations


  • General Alarm
  • Fire Control Plan
  • Muster lists
  • Communications
  • Personal safety procedures
  • Shipboard Drills
  • Emergency Escape Routes
  • Fire Spread
  • Fire and Smoke Detection
  • Classification of Fires
  • Extinguishing Agents

Fight and Extinguish Fires

  • Fire Fighting Appliances
  • Fire Extinguishers and Hoses
  • Fire Suits, Gloves, Boots and Helmet
  • Fire Fighting Procedures
  • Fixed Fire Fighting Installations
  • Use of Breathing Apparatus
  • Entry into smoke filled areas

Ability After Course:  On Completion of this course, a trainee will be able to keep a state of readiness and participate as a member of a fire party in the event of ship fire.
Duration: 3 Day

Price: €650.00 (Training package price starting from €490)

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