Title Abwracken von Schiffen Insight durch die Erzeugung Umwelt-und Safety Training
Project Number UK/11/LLP-LdV/TOI-453
Project Type Innovationstransfer
Country UK-Vereinigtes Königreich
Die türkische Abwrackung von Schiffen (AS)-Industrie beschäftigt rund 2000 Mitarbeiter, von denen 57% eine Bildungsniveau der Grundschule oder niedriger und von denen 70% haben irgendeine Form von Gesundheit und Sicherheit Training hatte. 23% der Mitarbeiter haben in einer Arbeit im Zusammenhang Unfall verwickelt wurden.
Derzeit gibt es keine Vorschrift für anerkannte Berufsausbildung Educational Training für den europäischen AS Arbeiter, daher soll das Ship DIGEST Projekt zur Ausbildung Lücken zu identifizieren und diese Adresse durch die Schaffung eines maßgeschneiderten AS Vocational Educational Training an den Ausgängen aus verwandten Branchen und früheren Basis EU finanziert SD Forschungsprojekte.
Sobald die AS Vocational Educational Training wurde pilotiert, evaluiert und akkreditiert, das Ship DIGEST Projekt sieht vor, dass alle türkischen AS Mitarbeiter wird die Ausbildung auf das Niveau von Thematisierung von HSE Verbesserung zu nutzen. Es ist auch vorgesehen die AS Vocational Educational Training wird für die Übertragung auf die AS -Regionen in der EU und ähnlichen Branchen innerhalb der Türkei geeignet.
The Ship Dismantling Insight by Generating Environmental and Safety Training (Ship DIGEST) project created innovate vocational education and training in order to tackle the vital issues of the low standards of health, safety and environmental awareness in the Turkish ship dismantling industry. Thanks to shipdigest currently exists a learning framework to stop the continuation of bad practices, accidents, injuries, and pollution being able to provide a positive impact within one of the big societal challenges, namely the environment and health and safety within the workplace, identified by the European Commission in its Europe 2020 Strategy.
Turkey is the largest ship dismantling nation in Europe and as an industry is currently in the process of embracing the ongoing changes of implementing standards documented in the European Union’s Strategy for Better Ship Dismantling within its own processes and company policies. However, one of the main problems identified during this transitional period is the lack of knowledge and understanding of the basic health, safety and environmental competences displayed from the management level down.
The Ship DIGEST project’s main objective was to assist the Turkish ship dismantling industry by providing bespoke ship dismantling vocational education and training based on innovative products, tools and knowledge from previous European projects on ship dismantling and from similar sectors within the European Union. The ship dismantling vocational education and training has been created under the European Qualifications Framework and be compatible with the European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training which will facilitate the validation, recognition and accumulation of work-related skills and knowledge, in line with policies set in the Bruges-Copenhagen process.
The impact as a result of this project is that, through vocational education and training, an improvement in the health, safety and environmental competencies and an increase in the awareness of employees lead to a decrease in fatal and serious injuries and environmental incidents, a higher rate of reporting accidents and injuries and an improvement in the overall image of an industry that is renowned as being one of the most hazardous and one that attracts employees from lower social statuses. In the long term it is expected that by offering employees the chance to obtain recognised skills and qualifications, the profession of being a ship dismantling employee will become more credible within their own society due to supporting their lifelong learning and enhancing their mobility.
The Ship DIGEST project conducted an in-depth training needs analysis of the Turkish Ship Dismantling Industry. The outcomes of this analysis was documented in a comprehensive report and provided the project team with the key areas the vocational training must address.
Existing knowledge, tools and project outputs from around the European Union were assessed for suitability for transference and utilisation in the Ship DIGEST vocational training.
The 3-Step risk assessment tool for Ship Dismantling from the EU funded DIVEST project was further developed into an easy to use software tool.
Feedback from Turkish Ship Dismantling workers, supervisors and managers has been overwhelmingly positive
The Ship DIGEST vocational training has been fully validated in a series of training pilots conducted with Turkish Ship Dismantling workers and managers.
To date over.....
• 35 workers
• 20 managers
• 10 trainers
The Ship DIGEST project hopes to expand the vocational training framework to other Ship Dismantling locations worldwide.
The Ship DIGEST vocational training framework has been externally evaluated and
accredited by the Scottish Qualifications Agency (SQA).
The SQA has a worldwide reputation in the accreditation of vocational qualifications.
Berufsorientierung und -beratung
Verarbeitendes Gewerbe/Herstellung von Waren
Erziehung und Unterricht
Transparenz und Zertifizierung
The Ship DIGEST project has developed 2 Ship Dismantling vocational awards and 6 learning units:
Ship Dismantling Training I (Worker Level)
• Personal Protective and Safety Equipment
• Hazard Identification, Common Accidents and Risk Assessment
• Oxy-Fuel Metal Cutting
Ship Dismantling Training II (Manager Level)
• Managing Health and Safety Liabilities
• Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Mitigation
• Accident/Incident Reporting and Investigation
The learning materials and delivery mediums of the Ship DIGEST vocational framework have been developed to make the vocational training as stimulating and attractive to the learner as possible.
All training material was developed in close cooperation with experts and, most importantly, Ship Dismantling workers and managers.
• Hazardous materials awareness walkthrough module
• Mobile step by step e-learning job task assistant
• Common Ship Dismantling accidents video
An easy to use ‘step by step’ mobile e-learning platform has been developed to allow for vocational training even in the most basic of learning environments.
In addition to traditional notes, learning materials are also available in an interactive e-book format.
All Ship DIGEST learning materials have been developed in English and Turkish. Some elements have also been developed in Spanish too.