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Commission Delegated Directive (EU) 2020/12 of 2 August 2019 supplementing Directive (EU) 2017/2397 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards the standards for competences and corresponding knowledge and skills, for the practical examinations, for the approval of simulators and for medical fitness (Text with EEA relevance)

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6. Communication

6.1.The boatman shall be able to communicate generally and professionally, which includes the ability to use standardised communication phrases in situations with communication problems.

The boatman shall be able to:

COLUMN 1 COMPETENCE COLUMN 2 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1. use information and communication systems;
1.

Knowledge of intercom installation for intra-craft or terminal communication, of the craft’s (mobile) phone, radio, (satellite) TV and camera system.

2.

Ability to use the craft’s (mobile) phone system, the craft’s radio, (satellite) TV and camera system.

3.

Knowledge of operation principles of the Inland AIS system.

4.

Ability to use Inland AIS data to address other craft.

2. solve different tasks with the help of different types of digital devices, information services (such as River Information Services (RIS)) and communication systems;
1.

Knowledge of digital devices available in inland waterway transport.

2.

Ability to use the craft’s digital devices according to instructions to perform simple tasks.

3. collect and store data including backup and data update;
1.

Knowledge of the craft’s communication system for data collection, storage and update.

2.

Ability to process data under strict supervision.

4. follow instructions for data protection;
1.

Knowledge of data protection regulations and professional secrecy.

2.

Ability to process data according to data protection regulations and professional secrecy.

5. present facts using technical terms;
1.

Knowledge of the required technical and nautical terms as well as terms related to social aspects in standardised communication phrases.

2.

Ability to use required technical and nautical terms as well as terms related to social aspects in standardised communication phrases.

6. obtain nautical and technical information to maintain safety of navigation.
1.

Knowledge of the available information sources.

2.

Ability to use information sources to obtain necessary nautical and technical information to maintain safety of navigation.

6.2.The boatman shall be able to be sociable.

The boatman shall be able to:

COLUMN 1 COMPETENCE COLUMN 2 KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
1. follow instructions and communicate with others in terms of shipboard duties;
1.

Knowledge of importance of orders given by the craft’s management, formal and informal instructions, rules and procedures and of the importance of being a role model for inexperienced crew members.

2.

Ability to follow up orders given by the craft’s management and other instructions and rules, as well as to accompany inexperienced crew members.

3.

Knowledge of company or on board rules.

4.

Ability to comply with company or on board rules.

2. contribute to good social relations and cooperate with others on board;
1.

Knowledge of cultural diversity.

2.

Ability to accept different cultural standards, values and habits.

3.

Ability to work and live in a team.

4.

Ability to participate in team meetings and to carry out the distributed tasks.

5.

Knowledge of importance of respect for team work.

6.

Ability to respect sexually-related and cultural differences and to report related problems including mobbing and (sexual) harassment.

3. accept social responsibility, conditions of employment, individual rights and duties; acknowledge dangers of alcohol and drug abuse and adequately respond to misconduct and dangers;
1.

Ability to identify misconduct and potential dangers.

2.

Ability to proactively respond to misconduct and potential dangers.

3.

Ability to work independently according to instructions.

4.

Knowledge of individual workers’ rights and duties.

5.

Knowledge of the dangers of the use of alcohol and drugs in the working and social environment. (Awareness of police regulation rules on toxicology).

6.

Ability to identify dangers to safe craft operation related to alcohol and drugs.

4. plan, purchase and prepare simple meals.
1.

Knowledge of possibilities of food provision and of principles of healthy nutrition.

2.

Ability to prepare simple meals in keeping with rules of hygiene.

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