1. Introduced to how the vessel has been constructed and how the rooms are placed.

2. Instructed in how to start up the engines and introduced to the vessel specific engine procedures.

3. Instructed in how instruments, alarms, etc. works on bridge and introduced to the vessel specific emergency engine procedures.

4. Instructed and practically shown of all routines on board concerning service, maintenance and repair including common faults.

5. Instructed in bow to manage the vessel in harbor and on the river.

6. Actively participating in a fire drill where instructions have been given on how to use fire pumps, fire flaps, emergency fuel shut off valves, firefighting equipment, etc.

7. Actively participating in an abandon ship drill where instructions have been given on how to use life jackets, etc.

8. Actively participating in a MOB drill where instructions have been given on how to use all the on board MOB equipment and all medical equipment.

9. Informed about all safety rules during crane operations on board and instructed how to handle the on board crane in practice by a competent person, if applicable.

10. Successfully completed GDC SMS training program and signed, understands, accepts all policies.

11. Introduced to the company Interface Program and received log-in details.

12. Introduced about the certificates needed and that he/she has them with him/her on board.

13. A part of the team on board as an extra crewmember for at least one day.

14. If applicable, complete any customer site orientation.

15. Shown and himself/herself showed that he/she can maneuver the vessel in a satisfactory manner in harbor and on the river including boarding a tower/

16. Introduced to the way of the practical handling of all documents, reports, registration and distributing of that information internally and externally.

17. Instructed in the update of charts (and ECDIS if applicable).

18. Instructed to the safety orientation of new passengers/visitors/contractiors.

Signed by the Master:
Signed by the new crewmember:
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.