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Từ ngày 08 – 15/08/2019, khai giảng khóa “Offshore Crane Inspector”.

WHAT’S UNIQUE ABOUT THIS COURSE?

This program has three interrelated purposes:

Firstly, to introduce students to the safe operating and inspection procedures of Offshore Class Cranes

  • Secondly, to develop practical crane inspection skills with an actual crane,
  • And finally, to assess each student’s abilities through an evaluation process.

Instruction will include lectures, discussions, videos, Power-Point presentations and practical lessons by using an actual lattice boom crane.

Participants can now pursue TUV/IICS 4.1 Certified Offshore Crane Inspector certification, by the international certification body TUV Nord.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • QA/QC and Maintenance Personnel of off-shore cranes from Oil & Gas Companies
  • Government Agencies, who inspect offshore cranes
  • Third Party Inspection (TPI) companies
  • Companies, who wish for competent staff

COURSE DURATION: 6 Days Training + 1 Day Exam

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the course, delegates will:

  • Become a “competent personnel” to inspect offshore cranes and lifting equipment.
  • Be able to understand the relevant standards.
  • Become confident in carrying out difficult tasks.

COURSE OUTLINE:

DAY 1:

IICS/ TUV Nord final assessment and certification

  • Examination structure
  • How to prepare myself for the examination
  • Introduction into Off-shore pedestal Cranes and other Lifting Equipment
  • The Law, Rules and Regulations, applicable standards and codes
  • “Competent Crane Personnel”, as described in Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER)
  • “The Crane Inspector”
  • Responsibility
  • Training and qualification
  • Equipment and tools needed by the crane inspector
  • Safe working practices, OSHA
  • API Spec 2C “ Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes”
  • Crane part, Terms and Definitions
  • Documentation
  • Basic design and structural criteria, other requirements
  • Crane Ratings
  • Manufacturing requirements
  • Design validation
  • Duty cycles

DAY 2:

  • API RP 2D “Operation and Maintenance of Offshore Cranes”
  • Additional Terms and Definitions
  • Basics of Crane operation
  • Inspection & Testing requirements
  • Maintenance, repair & replacement
  • Wire Ropes
  • Slings
  • API Specification 9A “Specification for Wire Rope”
  • Requirements towards to wire ropes
  • Inspection and Testing of wire ropes
  • ASME B30.9 “Slings”
  • Definitions, Terminologies
  • Chain slings
  • Wire rope slings
  • Synthetic webbing slings

DAY 3:

  • Site visit & practical (morning session)
  • Report preparation(afternoon session)
  • ASME B30.10 “Hooks”
  • Definitions, Terminologies
  • Hook types, components
  • Inspection
  • Removal & Repair

DAY 4:

  • Site visit & practical (morning session)
  • Other related ASME standards (afternoon session)
  • ASME B30.4 “Portal and Pedestal Cranes”
  • ASME B30.26 “Safety Standard for Cableways, Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Hooks, Jacks, and Slings
  • Owner specific Requirements
  • Other International Requirements
  • Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER)
  • Approved Code of Practice and Guidance, L 113 (2014)
  • Technical guidance on the safe use of lifting equipment offshore (2007)
  • BS 7121 “Code of practice for the safe use of cranes”,Part 2-1 “Inspection, Maintenance and through examination”
  • EN 13385 “Steel wire ropes. Safety”
  • EN 13889 “Forged steel shackles for general lifting purposes”
  • EN 13414 “Steel wire rope slings” – Part 1: “Slings for general lifting service”
  • EN 1492 Part 1: “Specification for flat woven webbing slings, made of man-made fibres, for general purpose use”
  • EN 1492 Part 2: “Specification for round slings, made of man-made fibres, for general purpose use”
  • ISO 4309 “Cranes – Wire ropes – Care and maintenance, inspection and discard”

DAY 5:

  • Continue of day 4
  • Case studies

DAY 6:

  • Inspection of other related lifting devices and equipment
  • Introduction into repair of structural crane parts by welding
  • Non-destructive Testing in the crane inspection field (NDT)
  • Question and answer session
  • Revision

DAY 7:

  • Examination
  • Session 1 (Morning)
  • Session 2 (Afternoon)

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

ITEMS TO BRING:

  • Code Book – latest addition (Hard- or softcopy)
  • API Spec 2C
  • API Spec 2D
  • API Spec 9A
  • ASME B30.4
  • ASME B30.9
  • ASME B30.10
  • Calculator
  • PPE, for the practical days(Coverall, Safety Boots,Helmet, Safety Glasses, Gloves, Earplugs)
  • Lots of Questions
  • A “CAN-DO” Attitude
  • Stationeries such as pen and highlighter will be provided.

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