The course is designed to enhance safety on offshore support vessels teaching new employees offshore terminology and safety during anchor handling, supply and cable laying operation.
To have personnel join the vessels with knowledge sufficient to enable them to work safety and efficiently onboard the vessels.
Furthermore, to give the inexperienced personnel basic knowledge of the design, scope of work and especially of the safety aspects related to offshore support vessels, including anchor handling, cargo handling and cable-laying.
To provide an introduction to company policies.
Give a general introduction to offshore support vessels, design and scope of work.
Become familiar with the safety aspects related to these Types of ship
To hand and inspect wires, chains and related equipment properly
How to practice safety when working with shark jaws
How to practice Safety during anchor handling, cargo handling, and towing operations and cable lying.
Types of supply & support vessels.
Types of Rigs and platforms.
Work place instructions.
Basic Knowledge in vessel layout.
Basic knowledge in vessel equipment.
Scope of work.
Types of cargo and cargo systems.
Anchor – handling equipment.
Lifting techniques when handling heavy equipment.
Man- handling gear on deck.
Safe practices when using shark jaws.
Safety when working with cables.
Proper use of CO2 systems.
Who Should Attend?
Masters, Mates, Engineers New joining offshore supply vessels & low experienced crew member.
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