Objectives of the Course: This course aims to provide people already working or wishing to enter the oil, chemical and gas industry with the skills and knowledge required to implement ship/shore safety checklist. The trainee successfully completing the course should be able to implement ship/shore safety checklist in oil industry for Marine Terminal (Ship/Shore Interface) Operations. Industry organizations which influence the ship and marine terminal operations – OCIMF, IMO, ISGOTT.  This training course would be appropriate for people with job titles such as Terminal Supervisor or operators, and give them the necessary professional skills to implement a ship/shore safety checklist or to Plan safely the loading/unloading Operations of oil/LPG tankers through the jetty port facilities. Duration of course: 2 days Attendance: Minimum 4 trainees per day. Course contents: The “Implement Ship Shore Tanker Safety Checklist” training covers the following topics:
  • ISGOTT Ship/Shore Safety Checklist and other relevant checklists
  • Basic ship, equipment and systems knowledge
  • Hazards associated with repetitive inspections
  • Factors affecting the effectiveness of routine inspections
Explanation and demonstration how to perform the following activities or tasks:
  • Check inspection of ship has been conducted in accordance with the prescribed checklist
  • Confirm that the ship/shore safety checklists have been completed properly
  • Ensure that the ship has been provided with appropriate notices and documentation
  • Evaluate seriousness of deficiencies/violations
  • Decide on remedial action(s) necessary
  • Ensure remedial action(s) taken and effective
  • Decide on further action(s) if remedy proves to be not possible or is not effective
  • Ensure that, as a minimum, the agreed inspection intervals are adhered to and that all inspections are properly recorded
  • Ensure that the range of items included in the checklist are actually inspected at the required frequencie
  • Jetty design and compatibility with different size vessels
  • New range of small and mid-scale terminals that are emerging
  • Port approach, berthing and mooring technologies
  • Tandem mooring operations for less hospitable offshore environments
  • The latest in cargo transfer technologies

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