BEST PRACTICE FOR SAFE ANCHOR HANDLING AND TOWING OF MOBILE OFFSHORE UNITS
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This program and guidelines are aimed to make the anchor handling activities and towing operations safer; the content is mainly devoted to the operations conducted on the Norwegian Shelf, however the principles and practices presented in this course may be applied to the other areas, as well. The training course is mainly intended for the parties influencing safe towing and anchor handling operations through correct planning and following the established work procedures.
The course content has been worked out for relevant personnel engaged in subject activities and working for the owners of marine offshore installations. The course will be recommended to the crew members of the vessels, OIMs, i.e. offshore installation managers, operators of the cranes and winches - in short to all people assigned special responsibility for providing safety of anchor handling and towing operations. The program contains a detailed description of what exactly is regarded as the so-called good working practices.
It shall be noted that even though the recommendations presented in the course are not formally obligatory, they should not be deviated from, of course unless there are alternative solutions/instructions deemed at least equal to contained in the relevant guidelines and unless such solutions fully satisfy relevant regulatory requirements...
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