OIM (Offshore Installation Manager)

 

OIM

Purpose

OIM course is as per IMO (International Maritime Organisation) Resolution A.1079(28) adopted on 4th Dec 2013. This course is applicable for non propulsion vessel such as Construction, Pipe-lay and Accommodation barges; Semisub and Jackup drilling units etc which use anchor to stay in position.

This course is open to any mid level / higher level offshore rig worker. This Course is Approved by Liberia (LISCR) Flag State.

In addition, BCO course (MOU Stability) and at least IWCF Well Control Level 2 is required for OIM job.

The objective of this course is to enable prospective and incumbent MOU OIMs to practice and implement the actions and procedures required to safely manage a MOU under operating conditions. The course is programmed to represent a variety of operational and emergency situations e.g. in transit, ballasting, positioning, jacking and loss of control situations, for a mobile offshore bottom bearing, self elevated unit (Jack-up Rig). The course leads to assessment of competence to the standard required by IMO for OIM of an MOU.

Course Content

1. Stability and construction: OIM

1. The general principles of construction
2. The static and dynamic stability of floating MOUs; theory and factors affecting trim and stability; measures to preserve safe trim and stability, including sufficient knowledge of stability calculations and the use of stability booklets; also the relationship with the regulatory requirements in respect of the stability curves for operating and survival conditions, taking into account the effect of the environmental conditions prevailing;
3. The effect on the trim and stability of a floating MOU in the event of damage to, and consequential flooding of, any compartment; counter-measures to be taken; knowledge of the principle and importance of maintaining the watertight integrity of the MOU; procedures for maintaining watertight integrity;
4. Loading supplies and ballasting in order to keep the unit's stresses within acceptable limits;
5. Principal structural members and required periodical inspections; basic knowledge of the effects of welding; effects of corrosion on the structure;
6. The effect of the mooring system on stability; and
7. Preloading and leg reaction stresses on self-elevating MOUs;

2. Station-keeping, mooring and dynamic positioning: OIM

1. Seabed composition and characteristics;
2. Behaviour of mooring systems and force distribution, including the effect of environmental conditions;
3. Consequences of failure of the mooring system;
4. Anchor placement and recovery, and working with anchor-handling vessels; and
5. The principles of the dynamic positioning system, including capabilities and limitations of thrusters, power systems and maximum allowable position offsets;

3.Transit operations:

1. The 1972 Collision Regulations, as amended;
2. Navigation and electronic navigational aids appropriate to the type of MOU; and
3. Towing procedures, including recovery of tow;

4.Emergency procedures and safety equipment:

1. Life-saving and firefighting procedures, including drills;
2. Maintenance and inspection of life-saving and firefighting appliances in accordance with the regulatory requirements;
3.Communication procedures in emergencies;
4. Precautions to be taken before the onset of heavy weather;
5. Evacuation procedures; and
6. Crisis management and crowd control;

5.Personnel transfers:

1. Precautions to be taken during transfer of personnel;
2. Use of the personnel basket;
3. Helicopter transfers; and
4. Vessel transfers;

6. Handling and stowage of supplies, including dangerous goods:

1. Safe handling, stowage and care of equipment, supplies and dangerous goods;
2. Cranes and lifting equipment and inspections; and
3. Procedures for loading and discharge of helicopters and supply vessels;

7. Pollution prevention and control:

1. Pollution prevention systems and equipment; and
2. Pollution control procedures;

8. Meteorology:

1. The characteristics of various weather systems;
2. Ability to apply available meteorological information to ensure safety of the MOU and, upon request, supply other vessels or aircraft with information;
3. Sources of meteorological information; and
4. The effects of weather on the environmental limits of the MOU;

9. Safe working practices:

1. Occupational safety, health and hygiene;
2. Hazardous areas;
3. Permits to work;
4. Work over water;
5. Work in enclosed spaces (see resolution A.1050(27);
6. Personnel training;
7. Understanding of organization and communication; and
8. Understanding and inspection of safety equipment;

10. Regulatory and certification requirements, including an appreciation of international and national regulations and recommendations affecting operations; and

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11. Industrial operations as they relate to maritime safety, including appreciation of the interrelationship between marine operations and specific industrial activities, including, where appropriate, the following:

1. Drilling and maintenance, where appropriate, of wells;
2. Construction and offshore maintenance and repair;
3. Production;
4. Accommodation support;
5. Lifting operations;
6. Pipe-laying;
7. Diving; and
8. Firefighting support.

OIM

CourseFee INRDurationCourse TimingDate CommenceRemarks
OIM60,0005 days10:00-18:00On DemandLISCR ( Liberia) Approved