SHIP & TERMINAL OPERATIONS MONITORING



SHIP & TERMINAL OPERATIONS MONITORING
August, 14th – 16th 2017 – Malang




Training Purpose:

  1. Provide a common understanding on the operation of ships in the Port /Terminal performance of the ship while in port and how the method of supervision.
  2. Provide an understanding of the principles of safe operation of the Special Portsand secure appropriate international standards for port operators and personnel involved in the transfer of cargo handling operations.
  3. Improve the ability to calculate the number of vessels operated needs, as well as communications ship - shore in English related to the charge transfer activity.
  4. Setting up the operating team of competent and responsible in implementing the operational management systems in particular areas of special terminal and ship management


Training objectives, After this training, participants will:

1.      Know and understand how the principles of the transport of goods by ship, which carried between ports in the country and outside the country.
2.      Understand and appreciate the shipping process, namely the work done in the commercial business environment such as transportation by ship, werehousing, stevedooring, customs clearance / freight forwarding.
3.      Understand the operation of the Port and how the competency standards andassessments required in the management of specific Terminal and Tankerreference to international standards (Quality System standards) as demanded bythe service user.
4.      Know the International and National Regulation and Code of practice of inter-related industries in particular terminal operations and massive car
5.      Know and understand the performance measures used for port terminals and vessel of various types of freight cargo ships.
6.      Understand the requirements and means of mooring equipment and other facilities needed in the activities of mooring - unmooring / berthing - unberthing.
7.      Understand the Port Terminal Constraint for boats, the world tanker market as one of the causes of the excesses of laytime.
8.      Understand the responsibilities of each party (Owner MPA, Pencharter andTerminal) which became the main terminal load.
9.      Understanding the importance of log book recording the activities of the ship.
10.  Understanding ship agency tasks in the field.
11.  Understand the terms & communicate in English (marine terminology)



Training materials:

1. Supply chain management.
2. Port terminal operations and operations of ships in the port
3. Registration of the ship and terminal activities.
4. Terminal facilities and port facilities
5. Cargo handling.
6. The cost of transportation / additional money (Freight)
7. Government formalities, CIQP (Customs, Immigration, Quarantine and the Port Authority).
8. Making the practice of ship movements and Port Performance (time logs)
9. Claim on Ship and Port Performance
10. Safety Procedure for the operators


Scope of Study Materials:
  1. Procurement and distribution chain of goods, transport, goods storage system, the type and capacity that can be loaded by a vessel in connection with the limitations of the existing ports in Indonesia.
  2. Cargo Handling and operation, handling, cargo operations and will include the specification of the charge, Inspection of readiness, as well as measurement and calculation discrepancies, seal / seal, which in turn will affect the time it used to be used in the operation of the ship.
  3. Shipping operations while in port terminals, relating to the use of Laytime, demurrage, penalty delay of delivery and demurrage, all of which must be in accordance with the terminology of laytime and demurrage which is understood by both parties.
  4. Port facilities and infrastructure readiness, performance measures and maintenance port harbor.
  5. Safety aspect and preventive measures for ships operating in the port terminal, (safety procedures), and provisions relating to international regulations adopted.
  6. CIOP, it matters related to the government, both in terms of his ship and crew as well as in terms of cargonya, which takes its own time.
  7. Practical ways of making ship movement and port performance and various examples of cases that must be verified and counted by the course participants.
  8. Claims for compensation for the performance of ships and port terminals and delay activity in the terminal for the Port.
For more information please contact:
Xperiential and Professional Training (XP training)
Ngemplak Karangjati Jl. Monjali No. 45 RT. 003 RW 036 
Sinduadi Mlati Sleman Yogyakarta 55284
Ph. /  Fax. 0274-6411288. E-mail: training@xp-training.info
CP : Anton Wibowo (08118202389), Indah cahyani (08122758968)
Naila Zahara (081321754000)


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