BEST PRACTICE FOR SAFE ANCHOR HANDLING AND TOWING OF MOBILE OFFSHORE UNITS
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This program and guidelines are aimed to facilitate safe anchor handling and towing operations on the Norwegian Shelf. It is intended for those parties that through planning, work procedures or actions influence safe operations in connection with the interaction between operators, owners of installations, installations, vessels, bases and suppliers. Prepared within the framework of "Working Together for Safety", the guidelines are therefore intended for relevant personnel working for owners of installations, operators, and on installations and bases and for the suppliers of towing and anchor handling equipment. This applies in particular to vessel Masters crew, personnel involved in anchor handling and towing operations, as well as offshore installation managers, crane or winch operators with a special responsibility for safeguarding safety aspects in connection with anchor handling and towing. The program contains a description of what is regarded as good working practices in the Norwegian offshore industry. Even though they are recommendations they should not be deviated from unless alternative solutions or instructions are deemed to be equal or better than those set out in the guidelines and satisfy relevant regulatory requirements for coordination between installations, anchor handling vessels, bases and suppliers.
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