To understand the interrelation between rig owners, class societies, insurers, flag authorities, and port state authorities.
Who should attend:
Duration: 2 days
Superintendents play a critical role in rig management. Rig is increasing in sophistication and the operation of rig is getting more complex. To secure safe and efficient operations and achieve economic success, rig owners rely on superintendents. A superintendent's ability to identify hazards, analyze risks, identify and evaluate options and take action, determines the success of the company. The course contains MOU in Operation related topics, such as classification systematics, hull damages, machinery surveys, port state inspections, and international regulations such as MARPOL, SOLAS, ISM, etc.
Participants will learn about practical implications of statutory regulations and important issues in Rules & Regulations to come; a practical understanding of the hull strength, stresses, corrosion and fatigue; Hull and Machinery surveillance schemes, and management systems, such as ISM and ISPS.
The course is in English or Norwegian with group exercises and discussions. The main purpose of the course is to help superintendents efficiently achieve compliance of applicable requirements related to class, flag state & port state.
The course focuses on:
- Exchange and Class Systematics
- Machinery Surveys Arrangements
- MARPOL & SOLAS
- Hull strength
- Port State Control
- ISM & ISPS