Ship Job Training VR KIT (Reinforcing The Safety of Coastal Passenger Ships)

Reinforcing The Safety
of Coastal Passenger Ships

Ship Job Training VR KIT

In developing countries, maritime accidents involving human casualties continue to occur due to the insufficient
safety operation system for coastal passenger ships operating on land or between islands.
Coastal passenger ship safety is an issue that transcends borders, requiring mutual cooperation
among various stakeholders.

Thus, by providing experiential VR contents to developing countries where coastal passenger ship accidents
frequently occur, policy makers can contribute to establishing effective passenger ship safety policies.

Multilingual Language

· We provide languages of various
  nationalities such as Vietnamese,
  Indonesian, Filipino, and Cambodian
  as well as English.

· You can proceed with the training
  by selecting the desired language
  on the start screen.

Accident Situation Experience

· We provide scenarios so that you can
  experience real-life accident situations 

· Through the VR experience, trainees
  can experience the accident situation 
  realistically without experiencing an
  actual accident.

Guide to International 
Regulations (SOLAS)

· At the end of the training, we will guide
  you directly to the international 
  regulations consistent with NCS job 
  training and SOLAS rules.

· Since it was created based on
  specialized infrastructure, it provides
  a systematic training program.

5 scenarios created after identifying the cause of the passenger ship accident

[1] Response For Fire (Small, Medium)

  1. Experience of failure to extinguish medium-sized fires in the vehicle loading area due to non-operation of fire detection equipment and time delay.
  2. Introduction of fire detectors, powder fire extinguishers, and fire hydrants in accordance with Korean Coastal Passenger Ship Regulations
  3. In the same accident situation, successful fire suppression through normal operation and rapid use of fire extinguishing facilities
[2] Response For Fire (Large)

  1. Casualties occurred when leaving the ship due to a large fire due to the lack of symbols and emergency layout drawings in the cabin, and omission of passenger confirmation procedures
  2. Introduction of related contents such as posting of evacuation symbols and emergency layout drawings on the rules of Korean coastal passenger ships, passenger search, etc.
  3. In the same accident situation, prompt assembly and evacuation by familiarizing the evacuation procedure and providing relevant signs

[3] Operation and Maintenance
      of Life-aving Appliances

  1. Failure to evacuate promptly resulting in casualties due to the non-operation of life-saving equipment, lack of stock, etc.
  2. Introduction of Korean regulations such as quantity of life jackets, provision of life jackets for infants, inspection of life rafts and adjustment of operating lines, etc.
  3. In the same accident situation, prompt evacuation and prevention of casualties by using appropriate lifesaving equipment

[4] Prevention and Management
      To Prevent Overload of Cargoes
      And Boarding Over Limit of Ship

  1. Experience of accidents caused by excess passenger capacity, cargo overload, and cargo storage
  2. Introduction of on-site inspection cases based on the passenger ship safety management regulations of Korea
  3. Policy recommendations for prompt response in the event of an accident and prevention of overload and overload accidents

[5] Safe Management of Ship's Route

  1. Experience of crashing with a transit vessel or an accident in which the propeller is wound around the nursery facility (rope) after operating frequently between a large number of transit vessels and the nursery
  2. Sharing of efforts to prevent accidents by producing and distributing information on the Korean government’s ‘Coastal Passenger Ship Routes and Current Status of Licensed Fishing Grounds’ and reporting hazards along the route and cracking down on illegal fishing grounds
  3. In the same situation, experience that a passenger ship route can be evaded relatively easily if the passenger ship route is operated by dividing the route so that the fish farm does not intrude on each other

Multilingual language available

Choose language


This VR contents was developed by the Republic of Korea as a result of the IMO ITCP (Integrated Technical
Cooperation Programme) activity for safety education on domestic passenger ships in the Asia-Pacific region.

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