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Daily Course Syllabus and Schedule Week 1 (Level 1 Basic Rig Move & Jacking Operations)

Minimum Entry Level, 18 years old

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1

 

 

Introduction

• Types of Rigs and barges

• Jacking Procedure and Planning

• Jacking Toolbox Talk

• Jacking Pre-Check List Master, Jacking Master

• Start Jacking

• Emergency Standby and Fire Fighting Vessel

• RPV and RPD

 

Stability of MOU's, During the 3 weeks of training, this part covers the Complete Stability Training requirements for the IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Archimedes Buoyancy

• MOU Comprehensive Stability

• Trim, list and heel

 

 

 

Simulated Jacking Procedures (Familiarisation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2

 

Warranty Surveyor and Insurance

• The Role of the Warranty Surveyor

• Surveyor Assessments

• Surveyor Observations• Surveyor Reports

• Surveyor Authority

• Certificate of approval

• Site approval

• Revoke Approvals

 

Tide, Waves, Wind and Weather

• What is and how to predict tide

• Tidal Current and Waves

• Weather, Wind, Waves and Offshore Operations

• Cyclones, Hurricanes, Tornado's, Waterspouts

 

 

Simulated Jacking Procedures (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3

 

Towing Techniques of Anchoring and Mooring of MOU's:.

• Different kind of Tugs

• Towing Arrangement

• Dynamic Positioning, DP 1, DP 2 and DP 3

• How to Determine the Tug(s) for the Job

• How Many Tugs Needed for the Tow or Repositioning

• Anchoring Techniques

• Mooring Techniques

 

Jacking Systems and other Equipment

• Anchor Winches• Hydraulic Cylinder Jacking Systems with Holding Pins and Working Frame Pins

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems RPD Sensitive

• Rack Chocks / Leg Fixation Systems

 

Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability,

preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Basic MOU Stability

 

 

Simulated Rig Move Operations

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

• Basic MOU Stability

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

 

Simulated Jacking Procedures (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4

 

Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability Training, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Basic MOU Stability

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

Pre Rig Move Planning and Assessment of the Operations

• Set Up of a Rig Move Plan

• Meeting Party and Rig Movers

Location Assessment

• Weather Frame for the Operation

• Tow and Voyage Planning

• Chart Reading, Chart Navigation

• Colregs, Navigation Signs / Lights

 

 

Simulated Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Basic MOU Stability

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5

 

Simulated Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Basic Stability of MOU’s (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability Training, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

 

Cross the T’s and Dot the I’s

 

Questions and Answers

 

Exam

 

Close-out

 

 

Re-Exams??

Attendees who Might Fail or not want to be tested may request a Certificate of ATTENDING Stating:

INDUCTION to RIG MOVE  & JACKING OPERATIONS

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Course Syllabus and Schedule Week 2 (Level 2 Advanced Jacking Operations)

Minimum Entry Level: 1

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1

 

 

Introduction

• To Comprehensive Training, produce your own:

• Jacking Procedure and Planning

• Jacking Toolbox Talk

• Jacking Pre-Check List Master, Jacking Master

• Start Jacking according plan

• Calculate and Cope with RPD’s

 

Stability of MOU’s, During the 3 weeks of training, this part covers the Complete Stability Training requirements for the IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Archimedes Buoyancy

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Trim, list and heel

 

 

 

Comprehensive, In Command of Simulated Jacking Operations

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Jack Legs Down

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2

 

Comprehensive Warranty Surveyor and Insurance

• The Role of the Warranty Surveyor

• Surveyor Assessments

• Surveyor Observations• Surveyor Reports

• Surveyor Authority

• Certificate of approval

• Site approval

• Revoke Approvals

 

Tide, Waves, Wind and Weather

• What is and how to predict tide

• Tidal Current and Waves

• Weather, Wind, Waves and Offshore Operations

• Cyclones, Hurricanes, Tornado’s, Waterspouts

 

 

Simulated, In command of Jacking Operations (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Jack legs Down

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3

 

Comprehensive Towing Techniques of Anchoring and Mooring of MOU’s:.

• Different kind of Tugs

• Towing Arrangement

• Dynamic Positioning, DP 1, DP 2 and DP 3

• How to Determine the Tug(s) for the Job

• How Many Tugs Needed for the Tow or Repositioning

• Anchoring Techniques

• Mooring Techniques

 

 

Comprehensive, Jacking Systems and other Equipment

• Anchor Winches• Hydraulic Cylinder Jacking Systems with Holding Pins and Working Frame Pins

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems RPD Sensitive

• Rack Chocks / Leg Fixation Systems

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU’s (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability,

preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

 

 

Comprehensive Simulated, In Command of Jacking controls during Rig Move Operations

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

 

Advanced Simulated, In Command of Jacking Operations (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tip

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU’s (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability Training, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

Pre Rig Move Planning and Assessment of the Operations

• Set Up of a Rig Move Plan

• Meeting Party and Rig Movers

Location Assessment

• Weather Frame for the Operation

• Tow and Voyage Planning

• Chart Reading, Chart Navigation

• Colregs, Navigation Signs / Lights

 

 

 

 

Advanced Simulated, In Command of Jacking controls during Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU’s (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5

 

Advanced Simulated Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU’s (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability Training, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 1

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

 

Cross the T’s and Dot the I’s

 

Questions and Answers

 

Exam

 

Close-out

 

 

Re-Exams??

Attendees who Might Fail or not want to be tested may request a Certificate of ATTENDING Stating:

INDUCTION to ADVANCED JACKING OPERATIONS

      

 

 

 

 

 

Daily Course Syllabus and Schedule Week 3 (Level 3 Advanced Rig Move Operations)

Minimum Entry Level: 2

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 1

 

Introduction

• To Advanced Training and produce your own:

• Jacking Procedure and Planning

• Jacking Toolbox Talk

• Jacking Pre-Check List Master, Jacking Master

• Start Jacking according plan

• Calculate and Cope with RPD’s

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU's, During the 3 weeks of training, this part covers the Complete Stability Training requirements for the IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• Archimedes Buoyancy

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

• Trim, list and heel

 

 

Rig Mover in Command Advanced Simulated Jacking Procedures

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Jack Legs Down

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2

 

 

Advanced Warranty Surveyor and Insurance

• The Role of the Warranty Surveyor

• Surveyor Assessments

• Surveyor Observations• Surveyor Reports

• Surveyor Authority

• Certificate of approval

• Site approval

• Revoke Approvals

 

Tide, Waves, Wind and Weather

• What is and how to predict tide

• Tidal Current and Waves

• Weather, Wind, Waves and Offshore Operations

• Cyclones, Hurricanes, Tornado's, Waterspouts

 

 

 

Rig Mover in Command of Simulated Jacking Procedures (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

 

 

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 3

 

Advanced Towing Techniques of Anchoring and Mooring of MOU's:.

• Different kind of Tugs

• Towing Arrangement

• Dynamic Positioning, DP 1, DP 2 and DP 3

• How to Determine the Tug(s) for the Job

• How Many Tugs Needed for the Tow or Repositioning

• Advanced Anchoring Techniques

• Advanced Mooring Techniques

 

Advanced Jacking Systems and other Equipment

• Anchor Winches• Hydraulic Cylinder Jacking Systems with Holding Pins and Working Frame Pins

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems

• Rack and Pinion Jacking Systems RPD Sensitive

• Rack Chocks / Leg Fixation Systems

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability,

preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

 

 

Rig Mover in Command of Advanced Simulated Rig Move Operations

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

Rig Mover in Command of Advanced Simulated Jacking Procedures (Continuation)

• Jacking Down to sea water level

• Pulling Legs out of the seabed

• Bring Legs in to transit and stored position

• The rig move scenario for the rig movers

• Pay Legs Out

• Touch Seabed

• ZAG (Zero Air Gap)

• Start Penetrating Seabed

• Risk of punch through or rapid penetration seabed

• Lifting rig up

• Pre-loading the rig

• Jack Up to Safe working height

• Hand over the Rig to the OIM and more Practical Tips

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 4

 

Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Basic Stability Training, preparation for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

• Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

Advanced Pre Rig Move Planning and Assessment of the Operations

• Set Up of a Rig Move Plan

• Meeting Party and Rig Movers

Location Assessment

• Weather Frame for the Operation

• Tow and Voyage Planning

• Chart Reading, Chart Navigation

• Colregs, Navigation Signs / Lights

 

 

Rig Mover in Command of Advanced Simulated Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Comprehensive Stability, Satisfying for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

AM

PM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5

 

Advanced Simulated Rig Move Operations (Continuation)

• Cast off at current location with Pilot

• The voyage daily routines

• Approaching 500m Zone

• 500m Zone entry Permission

• Manoeuvre the MOU to final Position

• Hand over the MOU back to the OIM

 

Comprehensive Stability of MOU's (Continuation),

this part covers the Comprehensive Stability, Satisfying for IMO resolution A.1079(28) For OIM, Barge Supervisor and Ballast Control Operator

• MOU Comprehensive Stability part 2

• Ballast Stability and Pre-loading Operations

 

Cross the T’s and Dot the I’s

 

Questions and Answers

 

Exam

 

Close-out

 

 

Re-Exams??

Attendees who Might Fail or not want to be tested may request a Certificate of ATTENDING Stating:

          INDUCTION to ADVANCED RIG MOVE & JACKING OPERATIONS

      

 


  

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