MAR Maritime Operations Linesperson
The purpose of this project is to revise the Certificate II in Maritime Operations (Linesperson).
A Linesperson is engaged in a range of tasks in vessel mooring and unmooring operations. These operations are changing as new technology and equipment is employed.
The risk of injury to tug crews and linesmen is high and it is critical for linespersons’ safety that they have the appropriate skills and knowledge to work with highly automated line equipment and perform manual operations. Tasks include applying knowledge of maritime terminology and port procedures, transmitting and receiving information by marine radio, and performing mooring and unmooring activities.
A linesperson will also maintain mooring equipment, shift mooring lines using mechanical means, and adhere to workplace health and safety, emergency and terminal security procedures. Ensuring that the Linesperson understands and can perform these duties is critical to regulatory compliance and safety
- 1 revised qualification
- 7 revised Units of Competency
- 1 new Unit of Competency
The Case for Endorsement is expected to be submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee by 30 June 2021.
How to get involved
A Technical Advisory Committee will be formed to provide expertise for this work. If you have any questions about this project, or are a subject matter expert and would like to be considered for the TAC for this project, please contact the Industry Manager.
Stakeholder feedback on draft training materials will be sought as part of the development phase of work.
Technical advisory committee
9 SEPTEMBER 2020
INDUSTRY SUBJECT MATTER EXPERTS NEEDED
Work on this project has commenced and the Maritime IRC is forming a TAC.
Your industry expertise and insight is welcome to help review the MAR20116 Certificate II in Maritime Operations Linesperson Qualification, seven associated Units of Competency and develop one Unit of Competency.
TAC nominations closed on Friday, 25 September 2020.
For more information about this project please contact the Industry Manager.
Summary of development
Draft units, skill sets and/or qualifications are developed in consultation with Subject Matter Experts and industry stakeholders.
Initial drafting of Training Package material (Units of Competency, Skill Sets and/or qualifications) is being undertaken by a Technical Advisory Committee established by the IRC. Comprising people with diverse expertise and experience in Maritime Compass Adjusters, it has ensured that the draft Units are informed by the needs of industry.
Summary of feedback
Industry Manager - Transport and Logistics, Rail, Maritime and Water