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Shipboard Officer / Personnel / Crew

Certificates:-
• GMDSSI (GOC).
• DP Basic.
• (Operational Level) Deck Department.
• Personal Safety and Social Responsibilities.
• Advanced Fire Prevention and Fire Fighting.
• Medical First Aid.
• Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques.
• Proficiency in Survival Crafts and Rescue Boats.
• Proficiency of Security Awareness Training Seafarers with Designated Security Duties.
• Communications.
• Marine Radar and Automatic Radar Plotting Aids.
• Prevention and Combating of Marine Pollution.
• International Code for The Security of Ships and port Facilities (Operational Level). ISPS CODE.
• ECDIS Simulation.
• Proficiency of ship security officer PSSO.

Work Experience:
Dec. 2014 'll Date :
International Naval Works, Egypt & Smith Cooperation Onboard ASD & RTD TUGS
Position: First Officer
Works Involved: Working as first officer on Board Vessel INW5 AHTS with KOC
APPROVAL as a DSV at AL AHMADI SPM Field.

Dec. 2012 'll Oct. 2014:
International Naval Works, Egypt.
Position: First Officer
Works Involved: Working as First Officer On Board
Vessel "INW-I" Carrying out the following:
• Handles mooring lines when vessel is docking / undocking.
• Dispenses diesel fuel and F. Water into vessel's tanks.
• Steers vessel on pro-determined course, performs simple piloting to maintain vessel on course
to avoid shoals and buoys.
• Assists in the routine Maintenance and repair to diesel Engines, Winches Rigging, and
Shipboard Equipment.

Carry out daily checks on the vessel to ensure that the firefighting and emergency tools and
equipment on board are in good working condition and store stock on board i.e. material,
fuel, fresh water, foam and dispersant and the like are kept to the required level prior to any
operation and the execution of the same i.e. chipping, painting, greasing to deck equipment.
Splicing and repairs to rope fender and ensures all defects are reported and remedial actions
have been taken.
• Directs and supervises the activities of personnel on board.
• Assumes responsibility for good housekeeping and cleanliness of the vessel inside and outside.
• Performs assigned task according to Company and International Marine Operations
Procedures and Regulations.
WORKED AS AN OFFICER AT ASD TUGS SUEZ CANAL

April 2010 'll July 2012:
Egyptian Navigation Co.
Position: Second Officer
Works Involved Working as Second Officer & third Officer On board
Different Kind of Vessels Carrying out the Following:
• Handles mooring lines when vessel is docking / undocking.
• Dispenses diesel fuel into vessel's tanks.
• Steers vessel on pro-determined course. Performs simple piloting to maintain vessel on
course and to avoid shoals and buoys.
• Operates winches to anchor vessel.
• Directs and supervises the activities of personnel on board.
• Assist in the routine Maintenance and Repair to diesel Engines, Winches Rigging and
Shipboard Equipment.
• Loads and unloads gear.
• Plan, Prepares and serves up three meals a day.

Sept. 2004 'll March 2006:
The Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport.
Position: Cadet
Works involved: Working as Cadet on Board Vessel "AIDA 4" Carrying
out Different Marine Services.
LANGUAGES: ARABIC (NATIVE)
ENGLISH (FLUENT)
FRENCH (LOW)

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