Published: January 2013
This OCIMF guide is design to assist with:
- Determining the competencies required for marine terminal staff that are responsible for the safety of the ship/shore interface
- assessing the competence of members of marine terminal staff
- establishing training needs for each member of staff
- developing appropriate training/self-help programmes to satisfy training needs.
The recommendations within this publication are generic and designed to be applicable to all marine terminals handling bulk liquids. They can be tailored by users to the requirements and operations of individual terminals, in order to develop site specific training.
This publication supersedes Marine Terminal Training and Competence Assessment Guidelines for Oil and Petroleum Product Terminals.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Purpose and Scope
Section 2: Introduction
Section 3: Implementation Guidance
Section 4: Training Guidance
Section 5: Verification of Effectiveness of Training
A. The Competence Framework
B. Competence Element Templates
C. Sources of Further Information