Upon completion of the course, able to demonstrate knowledge of general military and Navy protocol, first aid, personal health, safety, basic swimming, water survival skills, physical fitness, and fire fighting.
Able to safely function as a member of a fire fighting team, possessing all the knowledge of fire science required . In addition the student will have a basic knowledge in the tools, valves, and piping engineering skill sets.
Operate, maintain, and repair (organizational and intermediate level) ship propulsion machinery, auxiliary equipment, and outside machinery such as: steering engine, hoisting machinery, food preparation equipment, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment, windlasses, elevators, and laundry equipment. Operate and maintain (organizational and intermediate level) marine boilers, pumps, forced draft blowers, and heat exchangers; perform tests; transfers, and inventory of lubricating oils, fuels, and water. Maintain records and reports, and may perform duties in generation and stowage of industrial gases. Cleans and inspects Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) containers; cleans auxiliary machinery Forced Draft Blowers (FDB), fuel oil service pumps, lube oil and main feed pumps; conducts salinity and conductivity indicator comparison tests, spill containment and clean up, and steam blanket lay-up; disposes of hazardous materials; draws fluid samples; inspects HAZMAT storage areas; inventories oil lab test equipment and chemicals; maintains air castings, air register assemblies, anchor windlasses, boiler firesides, fronts and watersides, burner Safety Shut-off Devises (SSD), components of laundry equipment, stern tubes and air systems, diaphragm control valves, distilling plants, emergency shutdown devices, gland seals, heat exchanges, hydraulic systems, hydrostatic test pumps, jacking gears, main lube oil systems, manhole and hand hole seat gaskets, reducing stations, systems pumps, reducing stations, ventilation filters, water heaters and winch equipment; operates air compressors, air conditioning systems, air dryer systems, auxiliary exhaust and steam systems, bilge and stripping pumps, blow down systems, chill water systems, feed booster pumps, jacking gears, main boilers, drain and feed systems, oil service pumps, refrigeration systems, shore steam systems and transfer systems for receiving fuels; prepares reagents and chemicals; repairs components of galley and scullery equipment, water heaters, and Ships Service Turbine Generators (SSTG); reviews asbestos gasket fabrication and removal precautions; stores hazardous materials; tests fuel oil service, standby and storage tanks for presence of water; troubleshoots galley equipment, laundry equipment, machinery speed limiting devices, mess deck equipment, reducing stations, scullery equipment, water heaters and winch equipment.
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