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PPE - Inspection/Sizing

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the knowledge and demonstrate correct sizing of PPE and inspection of PPE. The following tasks must be done at all times.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks at all times.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section.

- Identify the appropriate Flotation gear for the weather of the day.
- Size the flotation Gear appropriately (not too tight and not too loose)
- Inspect Flotation Gear (Zipper, Buckles, Etc)

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PPE - Cleaning/Storage

STANDARD - The student must successfully Demonstrate the ability to maintain and care for the PPE

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks at all times.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section.

- Rinse Gear with Water (If applicable)
- Hang Wet Gear
- Inspect Gear after use for Damage
- Stow dry gear in applicable locations

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Personal Safety

STANDARD - The student must successfully Identify and demonstrate the following continually throughout the course.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks at all times where applicable.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section.

- Student will Wear the minimum flotation Gear required by CCGA at all times as required ("Zip & Clip")
- Demonstrate the ability to choose and wear the appropriate protective gear for the weather, mission and training demands
- Student will explain the need for Head Protection (If applicable)
- Student will explain the need for eye protection (If applicable)
- Student will wear eye protection if required on vessel (Open Cabin Vessel & if applicable)
- Student will wear Head Protection (If applicable)
- Describe Difference between PFD & Life Jacket
- Know and understand the hazards of working in a marine environment
- Understand the necessity for keeping the vessel "Ship Shape"

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Pre Departure Briefing

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand and provide a Pre Departure briefing. The Pre departure briefing must be demonstrated a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Where to find the emergency exits
- Ensure guests and crew are wearing appropriately sized PFD or Life Jacket
- Ensure guests and crew are familiar with the location of the fire safety system (Fire extinguisher, Etc)
- Location of the Life Raft and how to use the life Raft (If applicable)
- How to reduce the effect of movement on vessel so as to affect and not affect the stability of the vessel
- Location of the First Aid kit
- Location of Flares and other signalling devices
- Location of life saving devices (Life Rings, Throw Bags, Etc)
- Muster Location (If applicable)
- Ensure guests and crew are familiar with hazards on board the vessel (Slippery and wet deck, Ropes & Lines, Pinch Points)
- Proper Clothing for weather and appropriate footwear (Crew and Guests)

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Demonstration of Vessel Terminology

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand and demonstrate the ability to identify the listed components of Vessel Terminology a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the following items: Forward, Aft, Port, Starboard, Beam, Amidships, Inboard, Outboard
- Identify the following (If Applicable): Draft, Freeboard, Transom, Stringers, Skeg, Keel
- Identify the bow and stern of the vessel

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Hazards & Emergencies - MOB

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand and demonstrate the actions and steps involved of MOB and recovery operations a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify Man Over Board
- Locate Person in water and continue to spot the person
- Operate the vessel in recovery
- Recover the Man Overboard

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Recover of PIW - Single Person Lift

STANDARD - The student must successfully lift a minimum of of one person or rescue dummy from the water a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Reassure the patient
- Maintains a secure spot on the vessel
- Effective control of the person
- Place patient gently into the vessel
- Effective communication skills at all times

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Hypothermia - HELP, Huddle, Body Out of Water

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand and identify the primary heat loss areas, demonstrate the HELP position on land, demonstrate the huddle position on land. The student must accomplish the tasks a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the primary areas of heat loss
- Demonstrate HELP Position on land
- Demonstrate the Huddle position on land
- Identify the importance of getting body out of water

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Daily Inspection of Vessel

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the importance of a daily inspection of the vessel and demonstrate the ability to conduct a daily inspection of the Vessel. The use of a checklist is acceptable.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the items on a daily inspection checklist
- Demonstrate the inspection of those checklist items
- Identify defects or discrepancies on the vessel
- Identify those items that are critical for vessel safety and operation

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Daily Inspection of Equipment

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the importance of a daily inspection of equipment and demonstrate the ability to conduct an inspection of all emergency equipment on the vessel. EX: First Aid, Blankets, Backboard, Etc. The use of a checklist is acceptable.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the emergency equipment items located on the vessel
- Demonstrate the inspection of those emergency items located on the vessel
- Identify defects or discrepancies of items on the vessel
- If found in defect indicate how to remedy the equipment and gain a replacement if required

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Daily Inspection of Vessel Navigation Equipment/Lights

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the importance of a daily inspection of the vessels navigation equipment and lights and demonstrate the ability to conduct a daily inspection of the vessels navigation equipment and navigation lights. The use of a checklist is acceptable.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the vessels navigation equipment: EX GPS, Radar, Chart Plotter, Charts, Spreaders, and Dividers
- Demonstrate the inspection of the navigation equipment
- Identify the Navigation Lights on the vessel
- Demonstrate the inspection of the Navigation Lights on the Vessel

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Departure Preparation

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand and demonstrate the skills of a departure checklist. The use of a checklist is acceptable. The students must accomplish the tasks a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Importance of running the Bilge Blower
- Activate and run the Bilge Blower (If Equipped)
- Understand the Necessity of planning for fuel consumption and the current amount of fuel on board the vessel
- Understand the Benefit of the "Departure Checklist"
- Understand the Benefit of how to file a "Sail or Trip Plan" also known as a Status Report
- Understand the requirement to be aware of Local Hazards within the operational area

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Care & Inspection of Fire Detection & Fire Fighting Equipment (Fire Extinguishers, Etc.)

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the knowledge of fire and its characteristics and demonstrate the Care and Inspection of the fire detection and fire fighting equipment on board e vessel. The student must accomplish the tasks a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the location of the fire detection equipment on the vessel (If equipped)
- Identify the location of the fire fighting equipment on board the vessel
- Demonstrate the inspection and care of the fire fighting equipment on board the vessel (Inspect fire extinguishers for presence, rotate and shake dry powder)
- Basic Knowledge of fire and the fire triangle
- Identify Any fire hazards on the vessel and demonstrate preventative measures to prevent fire on board the vessel (Fuel locations and shut off, flares, electrical, etc.)

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Care & Inspection of Dewatering Pump

STANDARD - The student must successfully understand the importance of the dewatering pump and demonstrate the care and inspection of the dewatering pump, and setup the dewatering pump. The students must accomplish the tasks a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Inspection of the dewatering pump - oil reservoir/gauge
- Inspection of fuel system and turn fuel "On"
- Inspection of hoses (intake and output)
- Inspection of couplers on hoses - connect hoses to pump
- Prime Pump (If applicable)
- Start Dewatering pump with use of choke and throttle
- Shut down the pump and stow in safe location with fuel turned "Off"
- Knowledge of the operating manual for the dewatering pump on board the vessel

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Basic Vessel Operation

STANDARD - The student must successfully demonstrate the ability to start and shut down the vessel. The student must successfully identify all gauges and meters and the importance of all gauges and meters. The student must accomplish all tasks a minimum of once.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Identify the starting procedure for the vessel
- Run Blower (If applicable)
- Turn on Power
- Prime Engine (If applicable)
- Demonstrate Starting procedure for the vessel
- Idle Engine (warm up) for appropriate time
- Identify the shut down procedure and emergency shutdown procedure if applicable
- Demonstrate the shut down procedure and emergency shutdown procedure if applicable
- Identify and explain all gauges, meters and switches on vessel

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Docking

STANDARD - The student must successfully approach and come alongside the dock a minimum of three times

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of three times.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- SAPP Vocalized and demonstrated on approach
- Keep speed to steerage
- Proper hand positions, One hand on wheel, one hand on throttles at all times (If applicable)
- Compensate for wind and currents required
- Use Pivot points and turning levers effectively
- Utilize momentum to successfully drift to the dock without either sliding along or bouncing on dock

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Un - Docking

STANDARD - The student must successfully approach and come alongside the dock a minimum of Three times.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of three times

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- SAPP vocalized and demonstrated on approach
- Keep speed to steerage
- Proper hand positions, one hand on wheel, one hand on throttles at all times (If applicable)
- Compensate for wind and current as required
- Use Pivot points and turning levers effectively
- Utilize momentum to successfully drift to the dock without either sliding along or bouncing on dock

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SRU Communications & Use of VHF Radio

STANDARD - The student must successfully demonstrate the ability to use the VHF Radio and communicate a status report and a sitrep. The student and instructor should use a non emergency channel if possible. The use of a checklist is acceptable where needed.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The students must accomplish the following tasks a minimum of once.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Recognize the distress signals
- Demonstrate acknowledging a radio call and communicate appropriately on an appropriate channel
- Demonstrate the ability to operate the radios functions IE: Power, Squelch, Channel Select, Scan, Hi/Low, Weather, Transmit button
- Send a formatted Status report
- Send a formatted Sit Rep
- Understand and keep a radio log/record of all relevant information during the course/On water evaluations

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Operational Safety

STANDARD - The student must successfully demonstrate the following practices and safe habits throughout the entire course.

CRITICAL ACTIONS - The student must accomplish the following tasks at all times where applicable.

If the member does not meet one of the following it shall be addressed in the notes at the end of this section

- Maintain proper hand positions at all times when on the helm and making way
- Post lookouts as appropriate
- Act in a responsible manner and make collision avoidances as required
- Activate navigation lights at appropriate and required times
- Remains cognizant of the personal safety of others, including reduction and control of wake where appropriate
- Demonstrates due care and attention by operating vessels in a safe and controlled manner, including the maintaining of reserve power
- Demonstrates due care and attention when maintaining vessels by conducting thorough Daily Inspections and making minor repairs where appropriate
- Effective communication skills at all times
- Wears/ Carries appropriate personal equipment
- Understand the need for accurate and complete "ships logs"

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Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.