Tanker Operations and Ship/Shore Interface

TIMING & VENUES: 3 day training programme – dates and venue TBC
ORGANISED BY: RLA in association with The Oxford Princeton Programme
INFORMATION: The aims and objectives are to ensure participants understand the operations, safe working and commercial aspects of oil tanker and floating storage operations and to highlight the implications of such practices on the commercial performance of the vessel and the business of the organization. To provide comprehensive guidance on the pollution prevention precautions & procedures, safety of personnel and cargo with related maritime regulations to mitigate the risks to cargo, personnel and the environment.

This course covers cargo properties and hazards, oil tanker arrangements and equipment, oil tanker operations (e.g crude oil washing, distributed control systems, cargo loading/discharging, inert gas systems), flammability, fire awareness and static electricity, command and control firefighting, enclosed spaces procedures and precautions, pollution prevention and regulations, ship stability and ballast control, cargo documentation, commercial operations.
THOSE WHO WOULD BE INTERESTED: Mariners and technicians working at both on- and off-shore terminals. Operations managers, chartering managers and executives, ship management executives, port managers, laytime and demurrage analysts, mooring masters, offshore installation managers, FSO managers, offshore and FSO technicians, P&I clubs, marine claims analysts and executives, vetting department inspectors, marine insurance executives and maritime lawyers.
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