The course gives an overview of the necessary skills, technology and requirements. Hydrostatics, hydrodynamics, hydrography, naval architecture, nautical engineering and safety engineering are the sciences that play an important role in Anchor Handling operations and design of the AHT’s, the procedures and connections.

The course will give a practical knowledge of the technologies especially pertaining to Anchor Handling:
• Technical basis of Ocean towing and Anchor Handling
• Safety of towing during tow out, ocean transit, positioning and installation engineering
• Warranty, safety and contingency planning


• Introducing the newest hydrodynamic calculations methods and tools to identify the challenges for the Anchor Handling Tugs
• Provide practical tools to perform calculations in the operational fields, including rules of thumb
• Monitor stability during anchor handling (the interaction between the towline force, direction of the force, connection point and propulsion power)
• Analyze the anchor wire catenary incl. calculations
• Tow wire behavior including approval and disapproval
• Improve and understand safety and equipment handling
• Learn skills on deck and awareness (on the hazards) emergency and precaution measures
• HAZID/HAZOP tools to prepare HAZID and HAZOP meetings


The course is designed for oil and gas operators, vessel owners and shipbuilders who are involved in anchor handling.

Primarily aimed at:
• Field Managers and Superintendents
• Marine Operations Managers
• Marine Superintendents and Supervisors
• Marine Engineers
• Captains, Masters and Marine Officers
• AHTS Deck Leaders and Deck Crews
• HSE Management and Staff
• Emergency Response Team and Medics

Attendees specific to the Oil & Gas industry would include:
• AHTSV Project Managers
• Oil Rig Project Managers
• FPSO Project Managers
• Naval Architects
• Marine Representatives
• Offshore Installation Managers


SGD 2,795 per delegate (Online Training)
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