Engine Room Recourse Management
Lithuanian Maritime Safety Administration (hereinafter - Administration) certifies that Engine Room Recourse Management (hereinafter – ERM) training programmes implemented in Lithuania are government approved and comply with the requirement of the STCW Convention and Code, as amended. ERM training programmes are to provide training for refreshing and updating the knowledge and skills of ship engineers who are holders of certificates for chief engineers, second engineers, watch-keeping engineers and electrical engineers.
ERM training programmes have been designed to meet the requirements of Regulation III/1, III/2 and III/6 of STCW Convention, Section A-III/1, A-III/2 and A-III/6 of STCW Code, IMO Model Courses – 2.07 “Engine Rooms Simulator”, 1.39 “Leadership and Teamwork”, 1.38 “Marine Environmental Awareness”.
ERM training is intended for Engine officers and Electro-Technical officers to achieve safe navigation by appropriately managing the resources of personnel, equipment and information in the machinery space and by effectively utilizing them. ERM training programmes also cover the relevant learning objectives in High Voltage (over 1000V) systems to give seafarers responsible for the safe control and management of high voltage power systems the essential education and training in High Voltage installations to meet the knowledge, understanding and proficiency requirements set out in Section A-III/1, A-III/2, of STCW Code.
Consequently, Administration certifies that ERM Certificate issued by Administration to the holders of certificates for chief engineers, second engineers, watch-keeping engineers and electrical engineers meet the requirements of Regulation III/1, III/2 and III/6 of STCW Convention, Section A-III/1, A-III/2 and A-III/6 of STCW Code and person holding ERM Certificate are not required to compete additional High Voltage training.