Through this course, participants will learn how to reduce marine engineering vulnerability (s) and off hire associated costs. State of the art OSV safety and engineering maintenance techniques and principles including DNV, GL, Lloyds, IMO, PMA and ABS classification standards are addressed including vital Gap Analysis practices not covered by Classification Standards.

Importantly the science behind marine engineering vulnerabilities is examined including vibration, angular motions, fire and stability. Valuable cost reduction strategies that protect your asset integrity and increases its life cycle are also examined in this course.


• Introduction to OSV and OSI Company policies
• Introduction to offshore support vessels, design and scope of works
• Become familiar with the safety aspects related to these types of ships and installations
• How to handle and inspect wires, chains and related equipment properly
• How to practice safety during anchor handling, cargo handling, and towing operations
• Equip individuals and response teams with techniques, procedures and resources to safely operate aboard an OSV
• Manage operations through clear, defined and concise lines of responsibility, communication and action
• Ensure compliance to legislation and audit requirements and manage RISK to maintain business


Industries that are relevant include:
• Ship / Barges / Tug Owners
• OSV and Installation Companies
• OSV Operators
• Maritime Safety Government Agencies
• Cargo Underwriters
• Port Authorities
• Maritime Law Specialists and Firms

Job titles include but not limited to:
• Panamax, Superpanamax, Offshore and OSV Section Heads
• Operations Mangers / Superintendents
• Fleet Managers / Superintendents
• Project Managers
• Insurers and Underwriters
• Risk and Safety Professional
• Marine Engineers and those entering the Marine Engineering profession


SGD 2,295 per delegate (Online training)

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