Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)
A list of doctors in the UK who can carry out ENG 1 medicals.
Information on how to gain or revalidate a UK CoC for working Deck and Engineering Officers working on board merchant vessels and yachts.
How to get an ENG1 or ML5 medical certificate.
2018 Amendment, advising on improving health and safety of seafarers primarily on board UK registered ships.
Class and permitted use of passenger ships, cargo ships, tankers, tugs, tenders, fishing boats, yachts, commercial vessels, and the required certificates.
A list of overseas-based approved doctors for UK seafarers.
International regulations and required documentation for hauliers transporting dangerous or hazardous goods by road or by vehicles on ships.
How to find MCA approved training providers for STCW short course and ancillary training.
Details for owners, operators and Masters of vessels on inland waters, including categorisation, how to apply, safety requirements and best practice.
Guidance for non-UK qualified officers on how to apply for, or revalidate a Certificate of Equivalent Competency to work on UK-registered commercial vessels.
Safety codes of practice for small (up to 24m) vessels
Information about volunteering for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA).
Construction - fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction
Guidance for applying for a Deck CoC for Commercial and Private Yachts.
Contains the small commercial vessel (SCV) code text and advises how the standards of the SCV code may be used for already coded vessels.
Outlines the certification structure and examination and training requirements for merchant navy deck officers.
Training for seafarers including, career information, written and oral exam syllabuses and details for nautical colleges and training centres
Make sure your fishing vessel complies with international and UK safety requirements and you have the right certificates for it to operate in territorial waters.
Wreck and salvage laws, the role of the Receiver of the Wreck, wreck owners and salvors and how to report wreck material.
Outlines the certification structure and examination and training requirements for merchant navy engineer officers.
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