Marine RS & WBV Awareness Training
4 Hour Course
In Person or Globally via Teams / Zoom
Who Should Attend?
ALL stakeholders involved in designing, operating and
supporting marine operations on sea, estuaries or rivers.
Relevant to managers, crews and professional passengers
on all sizes of planing craft, workboats and RIBs.
Deliver current overview of industry best practice.
Understand how other sectors are managing RS & WBV.
Support teams with broad range of backgrounds.
Enable fact based decisions for vessels and equipment.
Understanding Repetitive Shock and Whole Body Vibration on boats
Evolution and characteristics of fast craft, workboats and RIBs
Understanding the aims and objectives for safe marine transport
International Energy Directives and Safety Standards
What and where are the forces that crews and passengers are affected by
Planning and techniques operators can use to reduce effects of RS & WBV
How boat operators and crews can adopt a culture of injury prevention
The evolution of technology, hull forms, suspension seating and data loggers
Considering how other sectors operating planing craft manage RS & WBV
Using relevant knowledge and effective briefings to improve performance
Feedback from recent RS & WBV Courses
‘Engaging sessions at a really good pace.'
‘The focus on repetitive shock was very valuable.’
‘Knocks out any complacency that may have crept in.’
‘Professional well presented course.'
Course Developer – John Haynes
Has delivered RS & WBV training for over 15 years.
Specialist marine safety support to over 100 organisations.
In 2021 John Haynes led a working group for the MCA
that created MGN 436 – Whole Body Vibration:
Guidance on Mitigating Against the Effects of
Shocks and Impacts on Small Vessels.
For information about Training contact
Claire Donnelly +44 (0)7709 675258
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