Documents Required

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  • International Passport
  • Local passport
  • Tax Identification Number
  • International medical certificate (valid for at least the term of contract)
  • D & A test
  • Personal medical book (for catering department)

 

Required seaman’s documents according to STCW 78/95, national and international requirements

Deck officers (captain, chief officer, watch officers)

Certificate of competency and endorsement of certificate of competency STCW-78/95
Regulations II/1 or II/2
Refresher and updating course STCW-78/95
Regulations I/11, II/1 or II/2
GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) STCW-78/95
Regulation IV/2
Familirization and basic safety training in personal survival techniques, fire prevention and fire-fighting, elementary first aid, personal safety and social responsibilities STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/1
Proficiency in survival craft STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/2
Advanced fire fighting operations STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/3
Bridge Team Management IMO model courses 1.21, 1.22, 7.03
Ship Security Officer SOLAS-74 Chapter XI-2, ISPS Code
Ship Handling Arrangements STCW 78/95
Regularation A-II/2
First medical aid for watch officers
Medical care on board ship for Captains and Chief Officers
STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/4-1
STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/4-2
ROP-Radar Observation and Plotting and ARPA-Automatic Radar Plotting Aid STCW-78/95
Regulations II/1, II/2
Carrying dangerous and hazardous cargoes STCW CODE-95
Sections A-II/1, A-II/2, B-V/4, B-V/5

 

Deck ratings

Qualified seaman certificate and endorsement of the certificate STCW-78/95 Regulations II/4
Familirization and basic safety training in personal survival techniques, fire prevention and fire-fighting, elementary first aid, personal safety and social responsibilities STCW-78/95 Regulation VI/1

 

Engineer officers (Chief engineer, 2-nd engineer, watch engineer, electroengineer)

Certificate of competency and endorsement of certificate of competency STCW-78/95
Regulations III/1 or III/2
Refresher and updating course STCW-78/95
Regulations I/11, III/1 or III/2
Familirization and basic safety training in personal survival techniques, fire prevention and fire-fighting, elementary first aid, personal safety and social responsibilities STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/1
Proficiency in survival craft STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/2
Advanced fire fighting operations STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/3
First medical aid STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/4-1
Carrying dangerous and hazardous cargoes for chief and second engineers STCW CODE-95
Sections A-II/1, A-II/2, B-V/4, B-V/5
Electrical, electronic and engineering at the management level for chief engineers and second engineers STCW-78/95
Regulation A-III/2

 

Engine room ratings

Qualified motorman certificate and endorsement of the certificate STCW-78/95
Regulations III/4
Familirization and basic safety training in personal survival techniques, fire prevention and fire-fighting, elementary first aid, personal safety and social responsibilities STCW-78/95
Regulation VI/1

Additional documents depending the type of the vessels

For oil, chemical and gas tankers

General tanker familirization STCW’78/95 Art. 1, Regulation V/1
Specialized training for oil, chemical or gas tankers person with immediate responsibility for loading, discharging and care in tranzit or handling of cargo STCW’78/95 Art. 1 and 2, Regulation V/1
Crude oil washing
Inert gas system

For ro-ro/passenger ships

Ro-ro passenger ships certificate STCW’78/95 Regulation V/2
Crowd management certificate STCW’78/95 Regulations V/2 and V/3

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