Harbourmaster

EMCI REGISTERED HARBOURMASTER | EMCI CERTIFIED HARBOURMASTER
PROFESSIONAL DESCRIPTION EMCI REGISTERED AND CERTIFIED HARBOURMASTER
The harbourmaster is host to the berth holders and passers-by and has the operational responsibility for the logistics and safety in and around the marina.
PROCEDURE REQUIREMENTS EMCI REGISTERED AND CERTIFIED HARBOURMASTER
  • The harbourmaster performes in the broadest sense of the word all acts necessary and / or for which the harbourmaster has received a specific assignment or as laid down in his job and task description.
  • The harbourmaster applies the port regulations.
  • The EMCI code of conduct and the EMCI rules for complaints and disciplinary action apply.
Audit education & training including knowledge tests harbourmaster
  • For the EMCI certified harbourmaster it is obligatory to have at least 4 points of the EMCI knowledge areas (below). This responds to the need for diversity within the profession.
  • Through an individual exemption request not included knowledge areas and exams can be examined in order to get accepted.
  • Accepted knowledge areas harbourmaster | the harbourmaster must have completed at least 4 areas with satisfactory result:
  • Basic knowledge of national laws and regulations
  • Firefighting (STCW certificates among others)
  • First aid including reanimation
  • Communication technigues
  • Conflict and dispute resolution
  • Hoisting yachts
  • Hospitality for guests, Ships & Yachts
  • Hotelmanagement and logistics
  • Social hygiene & safety
  • Incidents and emergencies handling processes (e.g. STCW certificates)
  • Coping and sail with ships and yachts (including RYA certificates)
  • Nautical laws and regulations
  • Technical knowledge and understanding yachts and recretional crafts
  • Security
Experience test harbourmaster | compulsory for full certification
Over 2 years related experience (testing based on CV)
Skills test harbourmaster
Not applicable