The course is intended for Deck Officers and Personnel engaged in offshore supply vessels performing anchor-handling operations. The course provides applied knowledge and practical understanding for performing anchor-handling winch operations. The focus of lessons & instructions covers the different instruments and systems fitted in anchor handling vessels, and the safety factors and procedures involved in anchor-handling winch operations. The practical training consists of simulation exercises using full mission offshore vessel simulator.
The course highly contributes in meeting the recommended training relevant to offshore supply vessels performing anchor-handling operations specified in Section 8-V/e of the STCW Code, as amended.
Course Aims & Objectives:
The course aims to provide applied knowledge and practical understanding of the different instruments and systems fitted in anchor handling vessels, and the safety factors and operational procedures to safely & efficiently carry out anchor handling winch operations.
Coverage / Program Focus:
The course deals with the following key subject/training areas:
- Introduction to Anchor Handling
- Planning and Risk Assessment with Emphasis on "Safe Job Analysis"
- Anchor Handling Operations: Steps and Stages
- Anchor Winch Operations: Procedure and Operation
- Simulation Exercises on Basic Anchor Handling Winch Operations covering the following scenarios:
- Deployment of Anchor
- Decking of Anchor
- Retrieval of Anchor
Entry Requirement / Target Group:
Deck Officers and Personnel engaged in offshore supply vessels performing anchor-handling operations
A Certificate of Completion is given to each participant who fulfills the Course.
This course shall be conducted upon request.