Offshore Supply Base Management
- Provides Overview of the Offshore E & P Marine Sector with Focused Details: The range of Offshore Support Services Vessels, their functionalities, shore-based support requirements and safe management of vessel movements will be elaborated during the workshop.
- Opportunity of Learning from Experiences of Peers: This workshop is specially developed based on the request from Clients, to use comparative analysis of various types of Offshore Supply Bases, for grasping the internationally recognized safe & best practices in management of an OSB.
- Customized for Non-Marine Personnel: The participants without prior knowledge of warehouse and yard operations related to loading, discharging, crane operations including pilotage and vessel movements, will be equipped with firm foundation, after attending this course.
- Expert Workshop Leader: The course content is developed by an expert practitioner who has worked in the wide spectrum of the E & P segments, both Onshore and Offshore. He has been an experienced engineer, project manager, project director, general manager, managing director and claims consultant. His exposure includes deep water facilities, Ship Yards, Oil & Gas Pipelines, Process and Power Plant Construction Projects and Ships of all types, in coastal & international waters.
- Comprehensive Course Materials: A detailed guide authored by the Course Director, with selected range of reference materials and resource links will be available for each participant, for ensuring long term benefits of attending this workshop.
By attending this intensive workshop, participants will be able to:
- Gain Working Knowledge of the Quality, Safety, Security, Health and Environment Protection regulations essential for operations at the Offshore Supply Base (“OSB”);
- Manage berthing Operations of OSVs by understanding the navigational features of each vessel type, moorings and functional flexibilities of the shore facilities.
- Plan for Cargo Operations in the accordance with the customer requirements, mooring arrangement, cranes on-board the vessel and support services available at the OSB and type of cargo to be loaded or unloaded.
- Effectively Manage Risks of Cargo Handling, by learning the contractual obligations, insurance regime, marine risks and importance of maintaining records as evidence in compliance to the contract clauses.
- Learn the Contractual Obligations of OSB Managers and Owners towards, Ship Owners, Vendors, Lessees and Contractors, from a practitioner, who has worked and consulted, for major E & P contractors in Oil & Gas segments and Offshore & Marine, construction yards.
- Effectively Adopt Best Practices in management of terminals and supply bases in geographically diverse locations and international legal regimes.
- Gain understanding of International Trade Terms & Conditions as applicable and development of appropriate commercial business processes.
On completion of the workshop, the participants will have learned
- How to implement and comply with QHSE and Security regulations in safe handling of cargo and movements of the vessels;
- Role and responsibilities of the OSB management team;
- How to plan and organize in advance to minimize turnaround time for the vessels engaged in support of Offshore E & P operations;
- How to plan and organize OSB cranes, vehicles, spaces and relevant facilities for storage, movement and custody transfer of various types of solid & liquid cargo, tools, shackles, bulk materials in open yards and ship’s gears;
- Awareness of potential emergency situations and how to respond and coordinate with relevant internal and external agencies;
- How to manage safety of personnel of sub-contractors, stevedores’, tenants and ship crew, when engaged in OSB operations;
- Ability to differentiate between various ships, technical and functional characteristics, safety requirements and potential hazards of each operation; and
- Competency in developing and maintaining documentary evidence traceability for all works executed during the specific period or operation; and
- Techniques for performance monitoring and continuous improvement based on lessons learned from each operation at the Base as well as from reports about peers in the similar business.
Who should attend?
- New Executives of Offshore Supply Bases (OSB)
- Senior Management Members responsible for OSB Operations and Logistics
- Project Cargo Coordinators and Material Planners
- Inventory and Stores Managers
- Support and Secretarial Staff
- Procurements and Supply Chain Managers
Interested? Contact the Organizers directly and download the full brochure!