With the raise in the offshore wind market, we have seen increased jack up activity, with more and more sophisticated vessels/barges in deeper and deeper waters in increasingly demanding soil conditions.
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Although vessel crews are highly skilled in the jacking operation itself, a need for training in handling the challenges of demanding sea beds are needed. Training not only challenges the extreme and dangerous situations, e.g. punch through, it also covers the challenges with retracting legs, that are deeply penetrated into demanding seabed.
Goals and objectives
The objective of the course is to enhance safety by applying the proper procedures for conducting safe jacking operations. Especially the challenges in understanding soil data and how to mitigate the risks involved will be addressed. Paired with our, state of the art simulator, theory will be transformed into operational knowledge. During theoretical lessons and practical simulator exercises, the participants shall:
- Enhance their knowledge of, and skills in understanding data on seabed conditions.
- Enhance their planning capabilities for operations in demanding environmental conditions.
- Enhance their knowledge of, and skills in handling challenging seabed conditions, e.g. punch through, rapid penetration and deeply penetrated legs.
- Enhance their knowledge of Human Factor Issues and skills in the use of Human Factor Issues, such as communication, planning, briefing and situational awareness.
- Enhance safety by applying the proper procedures for conducting safe jack-up operations