Before becoming part of our team, offshore new-hires go through SEACOR Marine's hiring and training process. First, all offshore new-hires will successfully complete a Department of Transportation (DOT) drug screen and USCG physical. After the hiring process is complete, a newly hired offshore employee is sent to training.

There are two main objectives this training curriculum is geared toward:

The training is designed to simulate life onboard a SEACOR Marine vessel.
The training is designed to provide valuable knowledge and training, which is necessary to perform your specific job in a safe and efficient manner.

SEACOR nine day training outline is listed below:

*STCW - Standards of Training, Certification, and Watchkeeping for Seafarers
*OMSA - Offshore Marine Service Association

Day 1: HAZCOM Awareness (Hazard Communication), HAZMAT DOT HM-126 Awareness (Hazardous Material), HAZWOPER Awareness (Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) and Respiratory Fit Test
Day 2: STCW - Personal Water Survival Techniques
Day 3: STCW - Personal Water Survival Techniques and Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities
Day 4: STCW - Medic First Aid / CPR
Day 5: Safe Gulf Basic Orientation
Day 6: Security Awareness and Defensive Driving
Day 7: STCW - Basic Shipboard Fire Fighting (Classroom)
Day 8: STCW - Basic Shipboard Fire Fighting (Hands On Fire Fighting)
Day 9: API RP2D Rigging 6th Edition, H2S Awareness (Hydrogen Sulfide) and SEACOR Orientation

Experienced mariners with complete STCW documentation may be eligible for four or five day training.