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Meeting 1
Sea going cadets

Welcome!

Before we start with this


Exclusive Tailor-made Training
Course, I like to ask your
attention for some pre-course
information.
Please read the information and
Information
letter
remember
it the next
18 weeks
(12 meetings)
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Compare vessel details; deal with


safety on board
Grammar

20%

comparative and superlative adjectives


Listening and speaking

40%

understanding and discussing


how to prevent accidents on board
Reading and writing
40%
comparing vessel details
safety on board
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Me? Me cadet
My English little
little, Sir

Superlative

Yes, I am the Chief


Officer
My English? Ok! Im from
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Mention the comparative form of these


words!
cheap
heavy

wide
light

slow
high
efficient

tall
powerful
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Comparative form of these words!


cheap

er
heavi
slowe

r
more

er
highe

efficient

wider
lighte

r
taller

more
powerful
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Mention the superlative form of these


words!
cheap
heavy

wide
light

slow
high
efficient

tall
powerful
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Superlative form of these words!


cheape
heavi
slowe

st
most

est
highe

st

efficient

st

wides

t
talles

lighte

st

t
most
powerful
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Compare this picture!

The frog is ....


The turtle is .
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Compare this picture!

The frog is faster than the turtle


The turtle is slower than the frog
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How do you describe this?

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How do you describe this?

The snail is .
The frog is ..
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How do you describe this?

The snail is the slowest and the


frog is the fastest
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Compare this picture!

Susan is .
John is .
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Compare this picture!

Susan is older than John


John is younger than Susan
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How do you describe this?

Mum is the oldest


Suzan is smaller than her mum
John is the youngest
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How do you describe this?

Mum is the ..
Suzan is ..
John is
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No
qu
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fa ion
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From the kids

To the ships

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Compare the information about


the 2 ships MV Freedom
Vessel
MV Kennedy
details
Type of
Vessel

General Cargo
carrier

Container
Carrier

Flag
Date of
build

Swedish
July 1995

Korean
August 1996

Length
overall

149.45 m

168.60 m

21.68 m
8.65 m
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6500 mt

29.00 m
12.40 m
13.400 mt

Width
Depth
Cargo on

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Panama Canal

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Compare the ships

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Read the text in the next slide


and find 4 differences in
specifications of the capacity of
the Panama Canal.
It is Panamax and New Panamax

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With
this the Panama
Panamax & New
Panamax
Canal will be equipped
to handle largeAPanamaxshouldnt
exceed the dimensional sizedNew
Panamaxvessels with a
limit of 294,13 m in
cargo capacity of up to
length, 32,31 m in
13,000 TEU.
width and 12,04 m
Currently,Panamaxves
draught in order to
sels have a cargo
easily and safely fit to
capacity of up to 5,000
the lock chambers and
TEU only.
the height of the
Bridge of Americas at
New Panamaxships will
Balboa.
have a dimension of
366 m in length, 49 m t
The authority has
in width and 15.2 m in
initiated the
construction of theSpecial Maritimedepth.
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Compare the ships

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Panamax versus New Panamax


Panamax

New Panamax

Length

294.13 m

366 m

Width

32.31 m

49 m

Draugh
t
TEU

12.04 m

15.20 m

5.000

13.000

Twenty Equivalent Unit Containers of 20


feet (+/- 6 m)
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12.04
m

4.400
TEUs

3
1
.
4
29
m
32
.31
m

.0
6
6
3
m

49.0
0
m

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15.20
m
12.000
TEUs

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Comparing
Vessels

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Write down 4 differences of the two


vessels
1
2
3
4
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Comparing
Vessels

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Write down 4 differences of the two


vessels
1
2
3
4
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To the ships

To safety

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Keep it shipshape
Always make
sure that
gangways,
walkways and
all areas where
the crew,
visitors or
Explain why this
stevedores must
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Motivate the
Crew
Motivate the
crew to make
sure that the
ship is a safe
place to work

Tell what the officer will say to the


rating

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Give Medical
Help
If an accident
does happen,
see to it that
the injured
person received
proper medical
attention
Explain in your own words what
happened

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Report it
Make sure all
accidents are
reported to the
designated
person

Tell what is reported to the designated


officer

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Log it
Record the
accident in the
log book, with
names,
addresses, and
telephone
Tell what the
numbers of the
designated officer
victim and
write in the log
possible
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Write the
accident in the
log book
In general, the more complete the
cover, the better.
Working clothes should be comfortable
but sufficiently close-fitting so as not
to catch on projections or machinery
parts when you
in
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Write the
Wear proper industrial accident in the
footwear with slip-resistantlog book
soles and reinforced toe caps.
Casual shoes such as sandals,
moccasins and flip-flops are dangerous
on board ship because they offer little
protection and add to the risk of
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tripping or slipping
on ladders.

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Safety First

Prevent Loss
es
On Board
Ship?
How many losses did you saw in the video

?
? Describe 5 different types of losses you saw
in the video
? How to limit the risk of accident according to
the video?
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So,
How to prevent Losses??
and
Compilation of accidents on bo
ard
Receive the Safety Compilation hand
out
Read and study the 6 accidents
Describe next week how we can
prevent accidents on board your ship
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Receive the Safety Compilation hand out


Read and study the 6 accidents
Describe next week how we can prevent accidents on board
your ship

Do you have questions?


Contact Hans
His office? 3rd floor Bintar
Engineers in the class rooms according
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Navigation cadets: On invitation in the
class room
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Refresh your
memory

Which is the
Largest??

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Refresh your
memory

Which is the
Cheapest?
Which is the Most
Expensive??

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Refresh your
memory

Which is the Heaviest?

Which is the Lightest??


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Thank you for your attention


Finish your meeting with a personal
evaluation/review to motivate the
cadets for the next meeting

See you next week


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