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Практические основы по швартовке и буксировке в оффшоре / Best practice of safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units

Year: 2006
Platform: PC
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Description: Best practice of safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units
Welcome to Statoil's "best practice for safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units"!
This is an information base where anyone involved in anchor handling or towing can obtain information, share experiences and together establish a good working practice.
Statoil wishes to increase the focus on safety in maritime operations. The "best practice" project is a part of this work. By actively using the "best practice" application, you are contributing to this crucial work. Please contribute by e-mailing your learning experiences and suggestions for improvement to [email protected]
This application shall be used as a supplement to the users' own routines and is intended to be a basis for reflection for a safer operation.
Read more about StatoN's "best practice for safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units" here.
View introduction movie about safety precautions on anchor handling vessels operating for Statoil, describing Statoil's HSE policy with a particular focus on personal safety here.-

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► About Best practice of safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units
An anchor handling and towing operation includes all activities associated with a rig move, from when notification about the coming rig move is received, until the rig is anchored at the new location.
This application contains Statoil's "best practice for safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units". The application is a schematic presentation of the anchor-handling operation, in which all processes and activities are systematised in a work process diagram.
The diagram divides the anchor handling operation into five main parts:
1. Planning and organising operation
2. Mobilising vessels, equipment and personnel
3. Preparing operation on the field
4. Implementing operation on the field
5. Demobilising and reporting
Each main process has underlying levels that also consist of definitive activities in the process diagram. You will find information linked to each individual activity. This information consists of a brief introduction, necessary documentation, and associated check lists and forms. Included in the implementation part are also risk elements, best practice and video/illustrations of the operation.
Every activity with a video clip attached, is marked with a video clip symbol. The video starts when double-clicking the process.
Some of the activities in an anchor-handling operation expose personnel to risk. These are marked on the diagram with a warning triangle, and a further description is given.
Read more about the flow diagram, the different functions and how to navigate in the application here.
For technical assistance, please send an e-mail to [email protected]. Other enquiries can be forwarded to [email protected]

► Contents

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Best practice of safe anchor handling and towing of mobile offshore units
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► Overview
.. Planning and ~ Mobilising equipment, ~ Preparing anchor handling - Implementing anchor handling 5 Demobilising and reporting
organising operation vessels and personnel operation on the field operation on the field
1.1 Inform participating parties
1.2 Carry out situation assessment, Statoil MO
1.3 Carry out situation assessment, rig owner
1.4 Carry out situation assessment, rig pos.
1.5 Carry out rig move meeting and equipment
1.6 Verify/approve SOW, Statoil MO
1.7 Verify/approve SOW, rig owner
1.8 Verify/approve SOW, rig pos.
2.1 Hire anchor handling vessels
2.2 Mobilise offshore personnel on the field
2.3 Mobilise vessels
2.4 Mobilise AH equipment to base
2.5 Carry out briefing meeting assessment (briefing) on rig
2.6 Load equipment
2.7 Carry out check of vessels
2.8 Communicate SOW updates
3.1 Give notification of activity
3.2 Prepare rig
3.3 Carry out risk
3.4 Carry out SJA on vessel
3.5 Prepare vessel on the field
3.6 Complete and deliver SJA to rig
3.7 Verify operational conditions
4.1 Anchor recovery
4.1 Anchor recovery
4.1.1 Ship goes into position
4.1.2 Grapple
4.1.3 Pick up buoy
4.1.4 Secure PW in shark jaw and connect to working wire
4.1.5 Receive PCP from rig
4.1.6 Secure PCP in shark jaw and connect to working wire
4.1.7 Chase out
4.1.8 Pull anchor from seabed
4.1.9 Heave the anchor
4.1.10 Pull anchor over stern roller
4.1.11 Secure anchor line in shark jaw
4.1.12 Disconnect and secure anchor on deck
4.1.13 Run anchor line into chain lockers
4.1.14 Connect anchor line to towing wire
4.1.15 Connect pennant to anchor line
4.1.16 Bolster anchor on rig
4.1.17 Deliver pennant to rig
4.2 Towing the rig
4.2.1 Determine tow route and organise tow
4.2.2 Tow in anchor line
4.2.3 Connect towing wire to bridle
4.2.4 Tow in towing bridle
4.3 Anchor deployment
4.3.1 Verify operational conditions
4.3.11 Deliver PCP to rig
4.3.2 Ship goes into position
4.3.3 Receive pennant from rig
4.3.4 Secure pennant in shark jaw
4.3.5 Receive anchor from the rig
4.3.6 Connect anchor system on deck
4.3.7 Run anchor line and go to target
4.3.8 Lower and set anchor
4.3.9 Buoy off pennant wire
4.3.10 Chase back
4.3.12 Verify holding power
4.3.13 Pick up buoy and connect to working wire
4.3.14 Connect and lay down
4.3.15 Re-set anchor
5.1 Demobilise on the field
5.2 Debrief on the field
5.3 Unload at base
5.4 Check equipment
5.5 Report

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