232. (1) The offshore installation manager shall ensure that personnel without designated responsibility for the safety and survival of others receive
(a) the orientation or training as well as the instructions set out in section 231;
(b) hydrogen sulphide training, if there is a possibility that substance will be found on the MOU;
(c) training on workplace hazardous materials information systems (WHMIS); and
(d) before acquiring 1 month of service on board the MOU, basic training in
(i) proficiency in personal survival techniques,
(ii) fire prevention and fire fighting,
(iii) personal safety,
(iv) familiarization and orientation on the general arrangement of the MOU,
(v) operating systems of the MOU,
(vi) equipment and procedures on board the MOU,
(vii) the organizational structure on board the MOU,
(viii) safety philosophy and contingency plans on board the MOU,
(ix) alarm procedures for emergency situations on board the MOU, and
(x) the critical need to bring any abnormal situation on board the MOU to the attention of a responsible person.
(2) The training referred to in paragraph (1)(d) shall be administered by a crew member having the pertinent specialized training set out in section 233.
(3) The authorized representative of an MOU shall ensure that a record of training is kept, and is presented on request for inspection by a marine safety inspector, to allow the inspector to ensure that all personnel without designated responsibility for the safety and survival of others have achieved the required standard of competence within the five preceding years.
233. (1) The offshore installation manager shall ensure that a crew member who is assigned specific duties on the muster list holds
(a) if the crew member is in charge of a survival craft, a training certificate in marine emergency duties with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats;
(b) if the crew member is a member of a fire fighting team, a training certificate with respect to marine emergency duties in advanced fire fighting;
(c) if the crew member is assigned to operate a fast rescue boat, a training certificate with respect to proficiency in fast rescue boats; and
(d) if the crew member is designated to provide first aid, a marine advanced first aid certificate.
(2) Instead of holding a training certificate required by subsection (1), a crew member may hold 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 certificate required by subsection (1).
234. (1) The authorized representative of an MOU shall ensure that its minimum complement consists of
(a) an offshore installation manager who holds an Offshore Installation Manager certificate appropriate to the type of MOU;
(b) a barge supervisor who holds a Barge Supervisor certificate appropriate to the type of MOU;
(c) in the case of an MOU/surface, a ballast control operator who holds a Ballast Control Operator certificate and who may be, if the ballast controls are located within the bridge or the space in which the deck watch is conducted, the person in charge of the deck watch;
(d) in the case of an MOU/self-propelled, the number of persons necessary to ensure a continuous deck watch, each of whom shall hold, at a minimum, a Watchkeeping Mate certificate;
(e) in the case of a stationary MOU, the number of persons necessary to ensure a continuous deck watch;
(f) a person in charge of the machinery who holds a Maintenance Supervisor certificate appropriate to the type of MOU; and
(g) an engineer in charge of the engineering watch who holds, at a minimum, a Fourth-class Engineer, Motor Ship certificate or a Maintenance Supervisor certificate appropriate to the type of MOU.
(2) The authorized representative of an MOU/surface shall ensure that the MOU has a sufficient number of certified ballast control operators to ensure that the ballast control position is continuously crewed by a certified ballast control operator.
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