Organisations with a positive safety culture which pervades all levels are those most likely to achieve success and excellence in all aspects of their businesses or activities. This course is designed to help clients create that culture around Offshore Marine Operations.
The aim of this course is to provide delegates with an understanding of the principles of Dynamic Positioning (DP). Provide them with an awareness of the subsystems and equipment which make up a DP system and familiarise them with the different classes of DP vessels. To generally increase delegates’ knowledge of regulations, standards and industry guidelines for DP vessels and their safe practices.
Delegates will be introduced to and gain knowledge and some experience of:
• Principles of Dynamic Positioning
• External and Counteracting forces
• Environmental Sensors and Position Reference systems
• Equipment Classes
• Clarification of the various roles of key personnel (DP)
• Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA) & Trials
• Relevant legislation, standards, procedures and guidelines
This course is suitable for all personnel connected to marine operations e.g., Marine Responsible Person (MRP), offshore installation manager (OIM), deck crew, deck foreman, crane operator, storeman, materials coordinator, control room operator (CRO), supervisors, department heads, drill crew etc and onshore management.
Recommended Time Frame: 4 Hrs
All Namaka Subsea courses are being run online using Namaka's Learning Management System, which is accessed using an internet browser with an internet connection. Once payment has been completed, login details to the course will be provided via email.