JollyJack wrote:So to answer your question, Mike, you don't need to write any more Exams. However, was I you, a 1M is a hellova lot better than a 2M when it comes to looking for work ashore in the future. All you have to do is Lecktech, EKs and Orals. EKG is on Monday afternoons and EKM is on Tuesday mornings. Leckytech is on Thursday afternoons. Your theory exams are good for life, you won't have to redo them. Get the Leckytech out of the way, then have a crack at EKs.
JollyJack wrote:Do you have discharges and testimonials as Second or ChieF? Have you met the requirements of STCW 2010 III/2? (Second Engineer) Do you have enough sea service over 3000 Kw> (9 months)? Do you have enough service to renew your CoC? Got a valid Seafarers Medical under the MPRs (NOT under TC/CCG MOU) Refreshed your MEDs and got a valid MAFA? Go to a TC office and fill in an EXN3 (Application for Examination) specify Chief Engineer STCW, pay $27:50 then wait for your Chief Engineer Ticket.
JollyJack wrote:Revolver, nobody hates safety for seafarers, Companies are a bit averse to paying for it, that's all. Seafarers always have been, and always will be, disposable. YOU just have to make sure you aren't one of them. That's why there are Safety Committees run and operated by the crew. Employers, ie, ones who direct the work, (NOT who pays the pay cheque) are not permitted to sit in on Safety meetings. (Top 4) Minutes must be kept and presented to a TC Safety Officer when required. Any safety concerns MUST be addressed, if not, TC has a whole raft of Health and Safety Officers and an official complaint will stir the pot. Charges are usually laid against the EMPLOYER, (ie Capt, Chief, Mate, 2nd) who directs the work and/or controls the unsafe condition. Believe me, MOSH has a much bigger stick than the Canada Shipping Act.
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