Travel Safely by Boat (BOAT)

Travel Safely by Boat

Purpose

Travel Safely by Boat course is designed to meet the initial onshore safety and emergency response training for new entrants and all personal currently travelling and transferring by boat to an offshore oil and gas installation. The course consists of Theory and Practical sessions. The Training aims at following:

(a) Awareness of the risks to which they are exposed and how they are managed
(b) An understanding of the essential safety rules with which they must comply and how to act in an emergency
(c) An increase in their personal commitment to safety
(d) Effective use of personal safety equipment
(e) Practice and demonstrate correct method of boat transfers (simulated boat deck and installation)

Target Audience

Offshore contract workers who travel by boat to different installations.

Course Content Travel Safely by Boat

The Course consists of classroom theory and practical on Billy Pugh by the crane.

  • Awareness of the risks to which they are exposed and how they are managed
  • An understanding of the essential safety rules with which they must comply and how to act in an emergency
  • An increase in their personal commitment to safety
  • Effective use of personal safety equipment
  • Practice and demonstrate correct method of boat transfers (simulated boat deck and installation)
  • Pre-Boarding procedures
  • Restricted Items when Traveling by Boat
  • Life Saving Appliances
  • Methods of Transfer: Swing Rope / Crew Basket / FROG
  • Hazards Involved in Transfers
  • Boat Emergencies
  • Donning of an appropriate flotation device as used during boat transfers e.g. work-vest
  • A method of transfer between a simulated boat deck and a simulated fixed installation deck using swing rope transfers with luggage transfers
  • Actions in preparation of a boat emergency
  • Actions in the event of an abandonment
  • Survival techniques following an abandonment

CourseFee INRDurationCourse TimingDate CommenceRemarks
BOAT8,000


1 day
10:00-18:00On DemandPractical Exercises