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Offshore Lifting Operation

Aims:

The course is designed to review a safe handling, operation and management of lifting equipment and handling, Published Guidelines for lifting safety and with operational professional skills.

Objectives:

The Trainees will gaine and understanding:

  • A fundamental element of an effective safety handling system to ensure that company procedures and standard are remain fit for purpose.
  •  Types and root of lifting equipments. 
  •  Guidelines for lifting operations which sets out basic criteria for safe handling and management.
  •  How to keep the lifting equipment ready to use and in good order.
  • Explain duties and responsibility of crane supervisors, operation, a slinger and Rigger.

Contents:

  •  Introduction & Definitions.
  • Purpose scope and struction of course.
  • Safe use of lifting equipment.
  • Addional requirement for different lifting installation.
  • Addional requirement for different lifting equipments.
  • Roles and responsibilities.
  • Training requirements.
  • Communications.
  • Slinger and signaler.
  • Different lifting gear.
  • Load carriers criteria and safety factors
  • Engineering responsibilities.
  • Technical responsibility person.
  • Job officer (Jo) / responsible Engineer (RE).
  • Skills maintenance and skills verification.
  • Share crane and crane vessel.
  • Structural calculation.
  • Lift point design.
  • Clearance.
  • Bumpers and Guides.
  • Practical Consideration.
  • Approved process.
  • Information required for approval.
  • In air dynamic amplification factor (DAF).
  • Seastate reduction factor.
  • Bending efficiency factor.
  • Consequence factor.
  • Typically required surveys.

Who Should Attend:

Deck officer and engineers, supervisors, inspectors and responsible for lifting operation and maintenance.

Duration:

       10 days    two weeks

 

 

 

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