MOU Superintendent Course

Training course helping superintendents to cover MOU in operation related topics.

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    Competence & Qualification

Objectives

The purpose of this course is to help superintendents and other personnel involved with Mobile Offshore Units (MOU) achieve a general understanding of the regulatory principles and applicable requirements related to classification and flag state & shelf state regimes.


Entrance regulations

None

Who should attend:
The course is aimed at both experienced and less experienced personnel involved in MOU management and operation, and in particular: OIMs, operation engineers, rig managers/asset managers, technical support (rig owners/managers), marine superintendents/supervisors

Duration: 2 days



The course focuses on:

  • The maritime safety regime
  • Interrelation between MOU owners, class societies, insurers, flag authorities and shelf state authorities
  • The role of class societies and class systematic
  • Practical implications of statutory and shelf regulations
  • Hull inspectionsl
  • Mooring systems
  • Machinery systems
  • Electrical and instrumentation systems
  • Special class notations (e.g. DRILL, PROD)
  • Management systems (ISM and ISPS)
  • Rules & regulations updates and foresight
  • Lay-up and re-activation of units
  • Survey principles and schemes, smart classification using digital solutions

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