Category: Product ID: 2248


Safety in ports

This program justifies a special management education program focusing on safety in ports. This includes Principal legal provisions, Rules of dock works, their safety, health and welfare, quality in ports, Hazard arises from, Risk assessment, Safety breach in ports, how to reduce risk from lifting equipment, Falls from height, Workplace transport, Dusty cargo, Slips and trips, Confined space.

Understanding ports

An understanding port is a very vast subject. The program is designed interestingly to give a bird’s eye’s view to understand the same. The course covers Basics of the ports structure & functions, Port Organization and administration, Indian Ports – a Historical Perspective & Future of Ports in India. Essential activities that take place in a port, Classification & Management of Indian Ports. This course is best who would like to work at the port.

Container operations

An objective of this program is to provide a global perspective of container operations at all places i.e. ICD, CFC, CY, Port etc. Course covers Containerisation & Container dimensions, Liner Routes, Container ship’s hold and deck marking under BRT System / typical container structures, Difficulties in handling hatch covers, ODC containers and meaning of shut out containers., Container handling equipment- RMQC, RTGC, RMGC, TTs plus supplementary equipment, Port Tariff and explanation in costing – for container operations.

Port operation in break bulk terminal

Establishing a professional career to build participant skilled in port operation. The course covers different types of cargo handled by sea transport, Bulk cargo, Liquid bulk, Dry bulk, General cargo, difference between general and bulk cargo, Break Bulk concept, Containerisation, Ship types and their characteristics, features, tween decks, cargo handling system at the vessel.

Port and agency coordination

To enhance performance of participants with a view to improving international port and agency coordination, Individual port working, Port Dues, The Port Agent, Introduction to agency issues, Individual port working, Different ports – different rules, Port dues, Duties – explained, The Port Agent, Port Agent’s tasks, The Charterers’ Agent, The Liner Agent , Duties of the Liner Agent, Relationship between the Agent & Owner.

Ports in logistics Chain

Developing conceptual and practical skills in areas of ports in logistics Chain, Infrastructure linkage, Type of cargo, Tasks of port authority, Strategy & focus, Organization characteristics, Competition & excellence, The trend of total integration, characteristics of these change – in logistics chain, Adaptability to changes in logistic chain, Port logistics chain integration, Indian Railways and Ports, CONCOR – an able partner, Private operators in railways, Shore-side distribution and analysis of modal split, Inland Water Transport in India, ICT in port logistics interface, ICD, CFS & CY, Warehouse, SEZ, Free Trade Warehousing Zones, Indian counterparts, Logistics Market in India, Future Logistics Policies – conclusion.

Port Tariff

This unique program is very useful for all connected with port activities. This covers tariff of port, Compromise, Elements of costs, Wharf age, Quay handling charges, Storage charge, Port Charge, Analysis of Port Tariff Structures, Navigation group, Port dues, Light dues, Tug services, Mooring/unmooring, Ancillary services, Birth Group, Cargo operation group, Stevedore, Tariff in Private Container Terminals

ISBN 9789352122660