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Checking in once again guys to make sure you are all safe and well?
Keep sending us your training enquiries, as soon as we get the thumbs up from the government we will be arranging dates as quickly as possible πŸ‘there is now a new email address for training enquiries only -
Training@seasensesurveying.co.uk
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2 weeks ago

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Have you got any engineering courses going?

Just a quick post to check you are all still keeping safe and well? Sorry we have no news re: training ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

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Apart from not knowing if we can sell our fish to Spain ever again.... other than that we are all good here in New Quay thank you.) Hope you are surviving the lockdown.

All good here. Hope you are all good x

WARNING WARNING WARNING

We have just had a phone call from the MCA relating to the compulsory wearing of a PFD or Life Jacket on a fishing vessel. This is something that we have been heavily promoting during our Seafish training courses as has been the below warning that it would happen.

The MCA are now actively using UAVs to fly over and photograph fishing vessels at sea. The photographs taken are extremely high quality and legally admissible in court. If the photograph taken shows that there is no obvious us of PFDs or Life Jackets (or other man over board prevention in place) being worn by crew on deck, enforcement notices ARE NOW being sent out from the Head of Enforcement in MCA Southampton. You will be asked to prove (with evidence) what acceptable PFD or Life Jacket was being worn (or other man over board prevention in place) by the crew in the photograph. This may also involve a physical inspection of the vessel and equipment if required by the MCA. If it cannot be proven that acceptable PFDs or Life Jackets were being worn, enforcement action will follow.

Enforcement letters have already started being sent out in Wales.

PLEASE NOTE, belt worn, inflatable or otherwise buoyant devices are NOT accepted as adequate.

There is now a ZERO tolerance with regard to fishing vessel safety by the MCA including PFD/Life Jacket wearing, training etc.

Don't get caught out by this. The MCA requires that, unless measures are in place which eliminate the risk of fishermen falling overboard, all fishermen must be provided with and must wear PFDs or safety harnesses. The measures preventing Man Overboard
must be documented in a written risk assessment.

Further information in MGN 588(F) - COMPULSORY PROVISION AND WEARING OF PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES ON FISHING
VESSELS.

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST so we can get the message out to all our fishing community to save lives and protect from enforcement action.
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2 months ago

WARNING WARNING WARNING

We have just had a phone call from the MCA relating to the compulsory wearing of a PFD or Life Jacket on a fishing vessel. This is something that we have been heavily promoting during our Seafish training courses as has been the below warning that it would happen.

The MCA are now actively using UAVs to fly over and photograph fishing vessels at sea. The photographs taken are extremely high quality and legally admissible in court. If the photograph taken shows that there is no obvious us of PFDs or Life Jackets (or other man over board prevention in place) being worn by crew on deck, enforcement notices ARE NOW being sent out from the Head of Enforcement in MCA Southampton. You will be asked to prove (with evidence) what acceptable PFD or Life Jacket was being worn (or other man over board prevention in place) by the crew in the photograph. This may also involve a physical inspection of the vessel and equipment if required by the MCA. If it cannot be proven that acceptable PFDs or Life Jackets were being worn, enforcement action will follow.

Enforcement letters have already started being sent out in Wales.

PLEASE NOTE, belt worn, inflatable or otherwise buoyant devices are NOT accepted as adequate.

There is now a ZERO tolerance with regard to fishing vessel safety by the MCA including PFD/Life Jacket wearing, training etc.

Dont get caught out by this. The MCA requires that, unless measures are in place which eliminate the risk of fishermen falling overboard, all fishermen must be provided with and must wear PFDs or safety harnesses. The measures preventing Man Overboard
must be documented in a written risk assessment.

Further information in MGN 588(F) - COMPULSORY PROVISION AND WEARING OF PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES ON FISHING
VESSELS.

PLEASE SHARE THIS POST so we can get the message out to all our fishing community to save lives and protect from enforcement action.

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hope you all covered !! x

Bloody hell!!! How much has that cost the tax payers for the MCA to have a toy like that!!!! Bloody joke

Dan Langford

Mick Emmerson

Alan Pottinger

Ben Bengey

Gerald Podschies

Gavin Quilligan

Alexander Morrison

Bill Simpson

Scott Simpson

Nauris Reinis

John Anderson

Rodney Smith

Neil Evans

Thank you for the heads up ☝️😁

I hope they are paying special attention to those raping the sea on the factory trawlers...

Sean Mc Kinley Sean Mckinley not sure which Facebook profile isn't in jail

Jamie Bremner Donald Bremner

Kathryn Edgar

I'm thinking a rocket flare should bring down this toy

Steven Wight that boat the day

Daniel Roberson Finlay George

Michael Shaw , Martin Payne

Jack Wallace Sam Daines get on it

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07720268810 - this is the new number for training enquiries. Please use this number as Ian will direct you to it if you contact him with any training questions. Sorry for any inconvenience, I'm just trying to share some of the workload and get to know you all. I know some of you also have my other number but that is my personal phone and I do not work everyday. However, I do promise to return any missed calls and messages within 24 hours where possible. Thank you everyone, you have been, and continue to be a great support, Bethan. πŸ‘πŸ™‚β˜ŽοΈ ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Is there anymore dates for the skippers courses yet

I’ll get the Seafish website updated for you, do you want this to be the only number listed?

2021... keep your eyes peeled πŸ‘€ over the next week or 2 there will be a new phone number and email address being posted for TRAINING enquiries only. You can still contact Ian but he will point you in my direction (sorry guys, I'm not quite as talkative as him 🀣). Although I only work part time, I will pick up emails and calls on a regular basis. This will also help me get to know the voices, and sometimes faces, behind the names. Thanks all, Bethan. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Happy New Year everyone. Thank you once again for your support in 2020, probably one of the worst years for most of us. Stay safe, take care, and let 2021 bring some positivity to us all. πŸ₯‚ ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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Happy New Year! Here's to brighter times ahead x

Xx

Have a great end to a sheeeeeeeite year πŸ˜€

Happy New Year both, let’s get training 😊

As we rapidly approach Christmas day we want to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and hopefully a better New Year. We also want to thank you again for your continuous support this past year. With a bit of luck we will not be restricted for too long and training will commence (again) in the near future. Take care and stay safe.
NADOLIG LLAWEN!
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2 months ago

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Happy Christmas πŸ‘

Merry Christmas all the very best to you all for 2021

Merry Christmas πŸŽ‰

Happy xmas fella 🌲🌲🍾🍾

Merry Christmas πŸŽ„

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As we near the end of 2020's training, we have received some lovely feedback from this run of courses:
●Fire Fighting has very good practical demonstrations
●It was very useful using and getting a feel for the fire extinguishers. Great course.
●First aid was very comprehensive. No other topics need to be covered.
●First aid was very informative and a great course.
●Sea survival was brilliant and a very useful practical session.
Thank you πŸ‘
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2 months ago

Just to let everyone know, joining instructions for the upcoming courses will be emailed out on Thursday morning. Apologies for the delay but I have not been in the office today, nor will I be tomorrow. If anyone has any questions please do ring me 07506127086. Thanks, Bethan. ... See MoreSee Less

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