Marine Personnel Regulations (SOR/2007-115)

Regulations are current to 2017-10-13 and last amended on 2017-02-03. Previous Versions

Maintenance Supervisor, MOU/self-elevating

 An applicant for a Maintenance Supervisor, MOU/self-elevating certificate shall meet the requirements set out in column 1 of the table to this section and the corresponding specifications set out in column 2.

TABLE

ItemColumn 1Column 2
RequirementsSpecifications
1Experience
  • (a) at least 12 months of qualifying service on board one or more MOUs/self-elevating after having obtained a Third-class Engineer, Motor Ship certificate;

  • (b) if the applicant holds one of the following certificates, at least 24 months of qualifying service on board one or more MOUs/self-elevating after obtaining that certificate:

    • (i) a certificate issued by a technical college recognized by a province based on an accredited 2-year course in the electrical, instrumentation or mechanical trades, or

    • (ii) a Canadian inter-provincial journey person’s certificate in the electrical, instrumentation or mechanical trades;

  • (c) at least 60 months of qualifying service on board one or more MOUs/self-elevating; or

  • (d) at least 3 months of qualifying service on board one or more MOUs/self-elevating after having obtained a Maintenance Supervisor, MOU/surface certificate.

2Certificates, or their approved equivalents, to be provided to the examiner

The applicant shall provide the following certificates or, as an alternative, in the case of each certificate referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f), a certificate referred to in the Canadian East Coast Offshore Petroleum Industry, Standard Practice for the Training and Qualification of Personnel, published by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, if the Minister has determined it to be equivalent to the relevant certificate:

  • (a) MED with respect to STCW basic safety;

  • (b) MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats;

  • (c) MED in advanced fire fighting;

  • (d) MED for senior officers or the Command and Control and Management of Major Emergencies training course described in TP 10937;

  • (e) MOU courses described in TP 10937 with respect to

    • (i) basic offshore survival, and

    • (ii) hydrogen sulphide (H2S) training;

  • (f) marine advanced first aid; and

  • (g) ship watchkeeping practices taught using a propulsive plant simulator.

3Pass examinations
  • (a) The following examinations at the third-class engineer level, after meeting the requirements of items 1 and 2:

    • (i) general engineering knowledge,

    • (ii) engineering knowledge of motor vessels, and

    • (iii) if the applicant does not hold a certificate referred to in paragraph 1(b), electrotechnology; and

  • (b) oral examination with respect to an MOU/self-elevating, after meeting the requirements of paragraph (a).

Ballast Control Operator

 An applicant for a Ballast Control Operator certificate shall meet the requirements set out in column 1 of the table to this section and the corresponding specifications set out in column 2.

TABLE

ItemColumn 1Column 2
RequirementsSpecifications
1ExperienceAt least 6 months as a ballast control operator trainee.
2Certificates, or their approved equivalents, to be provided to the examiner

The applicant shall provide the following certificates with respect to MOU courses described in TP 10937 or, as an alternative, in the case of each certificate referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c), a certificate referred to in the Canadian East Coast Offshore Petroleum Industry, Standard Practice for the Training and Qualification of Personnel, published by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, if the Minister has determined it to be equivalent to the relevant certificate:

  • (a) basic offshore survival;

  • (b) stability and ballast control, (MOU/surface); and

  • (c) hydrogen sulphide (H2S) training.

Transitional Period

  •  (1) An applicant who has started to acquire qualifying service and who has passed at least one examination required to obtain a certificate of competency under the Marine Certification Regulations before that day may, after complying with the requirements for the delivery of that certificate under those Regulations as they read immediately before that day, obtain the equivalent ranking certificate identified in Schedule 1 to this Part and issued under these Regulations or, if an equivalent ranking certificate does not exist, the certificate of the rank immediately below.

  • (2) Subsection (1) expires 5 years after the day on which this section comes into force.

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