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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO

OPITO APPROVED STANDARD Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training OPITO Standard Code: 9035

OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO OPITO STANDARDS OPITO is an Industry-owned not-for-profit organisation that exists solely to service the needs of the Oil and Gas Industry. OPITO is employer led in all aspects of what it does, therefore all standards development activities are at the behest of industry employers. The standards are driven by the needs of employers to help create a safe and competent workforce. This standard is owned by the Oil and Gas Industry and maintained by OPITO who are the nominated custodians of all Industry standards within the OPITO portfolio which carry the OPITO logo. The contents of this document were developed by an industry workgroup facilitated and supported by OPITO. The workgroup consisted of representation from a cross section of oil and gas industry employers, discipline experts working within the industry and members of the OPITO Approved Training network. This standard has been verified and accepted through the governance and integrity management model for OPITO standards. Guidance on this standard is available by contacting OPITO at: Standards enquiries

This standard has been designed to accommodate global variations in national legislation and regulations. In the absence of relevant national legislation and regulations, OPITO approved centres should use legislative and regulatory criteria specified within this Standard

© OPITO All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval or information storage system, or transmitted in any form or my any means, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission in writing of the publishers.

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Record of Changes to Standard Revision & Amendments Revision 0 No.

Amendment & Date

Sept 2012 Section

Agreed by

Checked by

Approved by

Industry Workgroup

M. Carr

P. Lammiman

Amended by

Checked by

Approved by

Any amendments made to this standard by OPITO will be recorded above.

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Contents Introduction and Competence Route ........................................................................................................5 SECTION A

A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 A.5 A.6 A.7 A.8

OCO Stage 2 Training..........................................................................................................8

OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING TARGET GROUP ....................................................................... 8 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING DELEGATE PRE-REQUISITES ...................................................... 8 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING PHYSICAL AND STRESSFUL DEMANDS ........................................ 9 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING AIM AND OBJECTIVES .............................................................. 10 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING LEARNING OUTCOMES ............................................................ 11 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ................................................... 14 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING DURATION AND TIMING ............................................................ 15 OCO STAGE 2 TRAINING PROGRAMME .......................................................................... 16

SECTION B

Refresher Training – Not Applicable .............................................................................. 26

SECTION C

Resources ......................................................................................................................... 27

C.1 STAFF ......................................................................................................................... 27 C.2 TRAINER/DELEGATE RATIO ........................................................................................... 27 C.3 LOCATION OF TRAINING ................................................................................................ 28 C.4 FACILITIES ................................................................................................................... 29 C.5 EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................. 30 C.6 CRANE SPECIFICATION ................................................................................................. 31 C.6.1 Crane types suitable for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres ..................... 31 C.6.2 Crane types NOT suitable for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres ............ 31 C.6.3 Crane specification for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres ....................... 32 C.6.4 Crane Simulator Specification ............................................................................. 34 SECTION D

D.1 D.2 D.3

ADMINISTRATION & CERTIFICATION ............................................................................ 35

JOINING INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................ 35 VALIDITY AND RENEWAL ............................................................................................... 35 CERTIFICATION ............................................................................................................ 35

Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations ................................................................................................... 36 Appendix 1 OPITO Information ............................................................................................................. 37 Appendix 2 OCO Stage 2 Training Checklist ....................................................................................... 38 Appendix 3 Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 (workplace experience) Logbook ............................ 44

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Introduction and Competence Route OPITO was tasked by industry to develop a robust minimum standard for training and competence assessment for the offshore crane operator role. An industry workgroup which comprised of relevant crane operations and lifting experts agreed on a three-stage training and competence route which took into consideration individuals who were new to crane operations as well as experienced crane operators. These offshore crane operator standards apply to operators of the main types of offshore cranes which can undertake a range of crane lifting operations, which may include: lifts on offshore installations, subsea lifts, diving support vessels lifts, well intervention vessels lifts and offshore construction vessels lifts. This standard specifies OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training and logged workplace experience only. The OPITO Offshore Crane Operator’s training, competence assessment and re-assessment is comprised of three key stages. The three key stages are set out below:

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Offshore Crane Operator (OCO) Key Stages OPITO OCO Stage 1: The Introductory Training Programme This programme provides introductory training for individuals that have little or no crane operating experience. Delegates successfully completing the Introductory Training Programme will be awarded an OPITO Stage 1 Offshore Crane Operator Introductory Training certificate; this entitles the delegate to progress to OCO Stage 2 Training followed by supervised OCO Stage 2 workplace experience. This training programme does not deem the successful delegate competent to operate offshore cranes unsupervised. The OCO Stage 1 Training certificate has no expiry but delegates wishing to progress to Stage 2 must undertake OCO Stage 2 Training within twelve months otherwise they will be required to repeat OCO Stage 1 Training.

OPITO OCO Stage 2: Training, supervised workplace experience and assessment OCO Stage 2 Training, which is more advanced training than Stage 1, must be undertaken within 12 months of gaining a Stage 1 OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Certificate. Crane operators with verifiable experience can opt to undertake OCO Stage 2 Training without completing Stage 1 Training. Stage 2 training must be undertaken before undertaking Stage 2 workplace experience. The OCO Stage 2 Workplace Experience part of the programme requires the offshore crane operator candidate to complete a series of supervised workplace tasks in order to gain relevant experience. The candidate must complete a log book record of the supervised crane operator tasks. Candidates that have completed the Stage 2 log book requirements within two years of successful completion of OCO Stage 2 Training will be eligible to undertake the next stage of the programme, which is the OCO Stage 2 Competence Assessment programme. The OCO Stage 2 Training Programme will have to be repeated if the Stage 2 Logbook isn’t completed within the two-year time period. OCO Stage 2 Competence Assessment programme: Candidates will be assessed against specific criteria for conducting in-board lifts (deck lifts). Successful candidates will be awarded with an OPITO OCO Stage 2 Competence Assessment certificate and become certified to conduct unsupervised in-board (deck lifts) on fixed, floating structures and vessels whi ch includes loading or offloading from a floating structure or vessel when moored adjacent to a quayside. The certificate is valid for 2 years. OCO Stage 2 Competence Reassessment programme: OPITO-certified Stage 2 offshore crane operators can maintain their OPITO OCO Stage 2 Competence Assessment certification by successfully completing a reassessment within two years of their initial Stage 2 assessment. Each successive certificate is valid for 2 years. Continued.

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Offshore Crane Operator (OCO) Key Stages continued. Note 1: Experienced Stage 2 non-OPITO-certified offshore crane operators can become OPITO OCO Stage 2-certified by successfully completing the OPITO OCO Stage 2 Reassessment programme. Note 2: Experienced onshore crane operators and personnel that have undergone the equivalent of the OPITO OCO Stage 1 Training (as a minimum), can start their OPITO certified training and competence programme at OCO Stage 2 Training and Assessment programme – provided they have the relevant evidence of the equivalent training.

OPITO OCO Stage 3: Workplace experience and competence assessment OPITO OCO Stage 3 specifies the workplace experience requirement and the assessment process and criteria for conducting over-side lifts for three different types of offshore structures:

1. Fixed structures e.g. offshore platforms, jack-up rigs etc. 2. Floating structures e.g. FPSOs, Semi-submersibles and diving support vessels. 3. Deployment and recovery of loads from vessels e.g. well intervention vessels and diving support vessels. OCO Stage 3 candidates must choose which type of structure they want to complete workplace experience and undertake an assessment for. An OPITO OCO Stage 3 Competence Assessment certificate will be awarded to the successful candidate for one of the three structure types; candidates cannot gain all three certificates at the same time i.e. they must complete workplace experience and undertake an initial assessment programme for one structure type. Should an offshore crane operator want an OPITO Competence Assessment certificate for a different structure type to the one they are certified for, they must complete logged workplace experience and undertake an Initial first assessment programme for that specific structure type. The OPITO OCO Stage 3 certificate is valid for 2 years. (Each certificate will specify a structure type) If OPITO-certified Stage 3 offshore crane operators want to maintain OPITO OCO Stage 3 certification, they will need to be reassessed every two years by undertaking an OPITOapproved reassessment programme. The OCO Stage 3 reassessment can be undertaken on a simulator only or a combination of a simulator and actual crane.

Related OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Standard Documents OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 1 (Introductory) Training Standard OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Competence Assessment Standard OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 3 Competence Assessment Standard

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SECTION A A.1

OCO Stage 2 Training

OCO Stage 2 Training Target Group

The Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme is for: a) Individuals who have successfully completed the OPITO OCO Stage 1 Training and wish to progress to the next stage which is a more advanced training programme. Or: b) Onshore crane operators who wish to undertake the OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training.

A.2

OCO Stage 2 Training Delegate Pre-requisites

Delegates who wish to undertake OCO Stage 2 Training will require: a) An *OPITO-approved OCO Stage 1 Training certificate, or b) An industry-recognised onshore crane operator certificate, or c) A company certificate and relevant evidence which states that they have completed the equivalent of OPITO Offshore Crane Operator OCO Stage 1 Training within the last 12 months. *The OPITO OCO Stage 1 certificate must be one year old or less.

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A.3

OCO Stage 2 Training Physical and Stressful Demands

Training activities contained within this Standard may include physically demanding and potentially stressful elements. All personnel who participate in such activities must be physically and mentally capable of participating fully. OPITO-approved Centres are therefore required, as a minimum, to ensure that prior to participating in practical exercises the delegate or candidate provides written confirmation that they deem themselves physically and mentally capable of undertaking all aspects of the training. Centres must also make the delegate aware that they must immediately inform the Centre staff if this capability changes – at any time prior to, or during the programme. Delegates must be advised that they are required to declare any current or pre-existing medical conditions which may be exacerbated by, or impair their ability to complete, the training programme. Should this be the case, the individual may be required to provide an authentic medical certificate issued since any identified medical condition was diagnosed. The OPITO-approved Centre shall keep a record of the delegate’s declaration of fitness in accordance with their document control policy(s) or procedures. This information, along with summary details of the type of physical activities the delegate/candidate will be asked to perform, will be given to delegates by the OPITO-approved Centre and, if applicable, to their sponsoring company as part of the joining instructions. The responsibility for declaring any known current or pre-existing medical conditions that could have adverse effects to the individual’s state of health while undertaking the training activities lies with the delegate and/or company sponsoring the delegate. Where doubt exists regarding the fitness of any delegate, the OPITO-approved Centre should direct the individual to consult a medical officer familiar with the nature and extent of the training. Note: Practical exercises must be designed and delivered solely to meet this Standard, and must not place on the delegates/candidates any physical or mental demands other than those required to meet the Standard.

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A.4

OCO Stage 2 Training Aim and Objectives

The aim of the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme is to provide the delegate with more advanced training than that given in the OCO Stage 1 Introductory Training which then allows the successful delegate to progress to OPITO’s OCO Stage 2 supervised workplace experience offshore. It will also prepare experienced onshore crane operators for undertaking crane operations in an offshore environment; they too will need to undergo OCO Stage 2 offshore work experience and assessment before being deemed competent to undertake OCO Stage 2 offshore lifting operations unsupervised. Note: This OCO Stage 2 Training programme is not a formal assessment of competence, and therefore successful completion of this training by a delegate cannot not be used as an entitlement to operate an offshore crane unsupervised. The key objectives On successful completion of this training programme, the delegate: 1. Will be able to identify and explain key elements of relevant legislation. 2. Will be aware of the different types of offshore cranes. 3. Will gain an understanding of the role and responsibilities of the offshore crane operator and safety implications attached to that role. 4. Will gain an understanding of the main crane controls, operational safety systems, emergency safety systems, working limitations 5. Will gain an understanding of hazards associated with offshore crane operations and safe working practices of an offshore crane operator. 6. Will gain an understanding of typical first-line maintenance and inspection requirements for an offshore crane. 7. Will have practiced and demonstrated operating a crane following a lifting plan for a range of lifts with a variety of loads. 8. Will be able to respond appropriately to typical offshore crane malfunctions.

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A.5

OCO Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes

To successfully complete OCO Stage 2 Training, specific learning outcomes must be met by the delegates. The learning outcomes are specified for each of the following modules: MODULE 1

Offshore Crane Systems (Learning Outcomes)

To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16)

Identify different types of offshore cranes. Identify the main components on an offshore crane, where they are located and their principle functions. Explain the basic principles of crane stability and crane configuration. Explain what is meant by crane safe working loads (SWL) and the purpose of load charts. Know how to interpret typical offshore crane load charts. Explain the purpose of rated capacity indicators, how they are used and the use of sea state information. Identify different types of rated capacity indicators Explain the basic construction of crane wire ropes. Explain the maintenance and inspection that must be undertaken on crane wire ropes. Explain wear deterioration of wire ropes and basic discard criteria. Explain the correct spooling of crane wire ropes on the winch drums. Explain the basic construction of crane pennants and hooks. Explain the purpose of boom, hoist and slew limiting systems. Explain the purpose of constant rope tension systems. Explain the operation and purpose of manually operated overload protection systems. Explain the operation and purpose of automatically operated overload protection systems.

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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO MODULE 2

Offshore Crane Operations (Learning Outcomes)

To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

Explain the roles of the offshore crane operator, the banksman and the slingers. Identify the main hand signals used for crane operations. Explain radio communication protocols for controlling crane operations. Explain the main requirements of relevant legislation relating to offshore crane lifting operations. Identify the key components of a safe system of work and the typical documents that would be required. Explain typical hazards associated with offshore crane operations, to include: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i)

(7) (8)

MODULE 3

Positions of people within the lifting operation area. Helicopter activities on crane operations. Environmental conditions Dynamic forces on loads Lifting dangerous goods Blind lifts Proximity hazards Overloading of lifting equipment Lifting loads over live plant

Explain typical controls that would be put in place to eliminate or minimise risks associated with the hazards identified above. State three human factor issues which may affect the safety of a lifting operation.

Dynamic loading (Learning Outcomes)

To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to: (1) (2) (3) (4)

Explain the term: dynamic amplification factor (DAF) and Dynamic Coefficient Explain the main effects of dynamic loading. State examples of dynamic loading. Explain the principles of constant tension and heave compensation systems.

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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO MODULE 4

Offshore Crane Operations (Theoretical Learning outcomes)

To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11)

MODULE 4

Identify the checks that should be carried out on an offshore crane and explain how and when they should be done. Explain typical first-line crane maintenance and defect reporting and recording. Explain how conflicting activities may affect lifting operations. Explain the effects of environmental conditions on crane lifting operations. Explain safe lifting principles that should be employed. Explain safe crane operating techniques that should be employed. Explain the purpose of lifting plans. Explain the key elements of a lifting operation risk assessment. Explain the purpose of a toolbox talk and why it is important personnel are aware of their duties and responsibilities during the lifting operation. Explain the checks that have to be done for crane load laydown areas. Explain why it is necessary for the crane operator to establish normal and emergency access and egress routes of an offshore crane. Offshore Crane Operations (Practical Learning Outcomes)

To successfully complete this module, delegates must be able to demonstrate the following (with continual improvement): (12) (13) (14) (15) (16)

(17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22)

Complying with the requirements of the risk assessment and lifting plan applicable to the crane lifting operation. Undertaking pre-operational checks on the crane. Undertaking operational and functional tests on the crane. Operation of the crane (unladen) to gain familiarisation and confidence of the crane controls and functions (crane and crane simulator). Lifting, transferring and placing loads within the working range and safe working capacity of the crane. (refer to A.8 Module 4 Element 4.3 for details of lifts) Operating a crane to follow a planned load path avoiding proximity and ground hazards. Application of safe operating techniques whilst operating the crane, to include: good swing control, height/distance judgement and control coordination. Simultaneous operation of at least two crane control functions Correctly responding to banksman hand signals and radio instructions. Correctly implementing crane shutdown procedures and making the crane safe following a simulated installation emergency alarm. Correctly respond to crane alarms and malfunctions specified.

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A.6

OCO Stage 2 Training Performance Evaluation

Delegates attending the OCO Stage 2 Training Programme will be given a series of explanations and demonstrations by training staff. Throughout the programme, delegates will be given theory tests, compiled by the approved centre, to check their understanding of the knowledge elements of the Modules - specified in the Learning Outcomes from Section A.5. Tests will be *open book, and include a minimum of 50 questions. Tests must incorporate a mix of the following question types: (a) Multiple choice (b) True/false (c) A small number of questions that require written answers. The test pass mark is 80%. *Open book: delegates can refer to their notes during tests. Note: For the purpose of delegate performance evaluation, where learning outcomes use the phrase ‘delegates must be able to explain’: it is acceptable that the delegate can choose the correct explanation from a pre-written list of explanations provided by the OPITO-approved Centre. Module 4 has practical elements in which the delegates must take an active part to allow them to demonstrate their skills, knowledge and understanding of offshore crane operating principles. Delegate performance in these exercises must be evaluated against relevant Module 4 learning outcomes. Results from theory tests and practical exercises must be fed back to the delegates by the end of training programme. Note: The emergency response learning outcome (Module 4 LO 21) will be achieved using a crane simulator which is set up to introduce basic emergency response techniques that the crane operator might have to use offshore. Training instructors are required to complete the OCO Stage 2 Training Checklist Record in Appendix 2 of this standard by entering their initials in the LO achieved/not achieved section. Training instructors must identify any gaps in delegate’s learning and make reasonable effort to address the gaps to help delegates meet the required learning outcomes. Adequate time must be built into the training programme to allow for performance feedback to the delegate. If any delegate fails to meet the standard, in the opinion of the training providers and after reasonable tuition, the OCO Stage 2 Training Programme will need to be repeated at a later date for the delegate to be awarded the certificate.

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A.7

OCO Stage 2 Training Duration and Timing

The duration of the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme is 40 hours (five days) with an approximate ratio of 30% : 70% theory:practical. Where this training is part of a programme of longer duration the total contact time per day must not exceed 8 hours and the total training day must not exceed 10 hours. The total training day includes contact time, refreshment and meal breaks and travel between training sites where applicable.

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A.8

OCO Stage 2 Training Programme

Training modules and elements must be delivered in a way that progressively builds up the knowledge and skills of the delegate. The contents in Appendix 1 must be covered at the beginning of the course. Delegates must be given an explanation of where Offshore Crane Operator (OCO) Stage 2 fits in OPITO’s OCO Training and Competence Framework, and the timeframes to complete the subsequent OCO Stages. To make efficient use of time and ensure effective learning: there should, wherever practicable, be an integration of the three phases of explanation, demonstration and practise. Full use should be made of audio/visual aids and course handout material. Training staff must give practical demonstrations for all training activities where delegates are required to practice and demonstrate what they have learned. Each module must be introduced by the training staff, and include: (a) Aim – The main purpose of the module (b) Learning Outcomes – What the delegates are expected to learn (c) Timetable – Training module duration and timing (d) Evaluation – How delegates will be evaluated and what they will be evaluated against (e) Staff - Who will be delivering the training and roles of training support staff The Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme consists of the following modules and elements: Module 1 Element 1.1 Element 1.2 Element 1.3 Element 1.4 Element 1.5 Element 1.6 Element 1.7

Offshore Crane Systems Types of offshore cranes Main systems and components of offshore cranes Offshore crane configurations and principles of stability Crane operational safety systems Crane wire ropes Crane pennants and hooks Emergency safety systems

Module 2 Element 2.1 Element 2.2 Element 2.3

Offshore Crane Operator Role and Responsibilities The roles and responsibilities of personnel in an offshore crane operation team Communications Regulations and safe systems of work

Module 3 Element 3.1

Dynamic loading The causes and effects of dynamic loading

Module 4 Offshore Crane Operations Element 4.1 Principles of offshore crane operations Element 4.2 Preparations for undertaking crane lifting operations Element 4.3 Undertaking crane lifting operations Note: Module 4 practical elements will be undertaken in both a simulator and a crane. OCO Stage 2 Training Rev0 (OCT 2012)

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OCO Stage 2 Training Programme MODULE 1

Offshore Crane Systems

ELEMENT 1.1

Types of offshore cranes

Training instructors to explain: 1.1.1

ELEMENT 1.2

The main design differences and operating characteristics of different types of offshore cranes, to include: a) pedestal b) kingpost c) ram luffing d) knuckle boom Main systems and components of offshore cranes

Training instructors to explain: 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 ELEMENT 1.3

The main offshore crane components, their location on the crane and their principle functions. Typical offshore crane power packs. Typical offshore crane transmission systems Typical offshore crane control systems. Typical offshore crane emergency load lowering systems. Offshore crane configurations and principles of stability

Training instructors to explain: 1.3.1 1.3.2

The basic crane principles of stability for fixed and for floating installations. Basic offshore crane configurations, to include the reeving of main hook blocks and changing boom lengths.

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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO ELEMENT 1.4

Crane operational safety systems

Training instructors to explain: 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 1.4.5 1.4.6

ELEMENT 1.5

Safe working loads (SWL) and working load limits (WLL) Boom, hoist and slew limiting systems. Rated capacity indicators, how they are used and use of sea state information. The different types of rated capacity indicators. Crane load charts and how to interpret load chart data. Constant rope tension systems.

Crane wire ropes

Training instructors to explain: 1.5.1 1.5.2 1.5.3 1.5.4

ELEMENT 1.6

Construction and specification of crane wire ropes. Maintenance and inspection of wire ropes. Wear, deterioration and discard criteria of crane wire ropes Installation and spooling of crane wire ropes on winch drums.

Crane pennants and hooks

Training instructors to explain: 1.6.1 1.6.2 1.6.3

ELEMENT 1.7

Construction and specification of crane pennants and hooks Maintenance and inspection of crane pennants and hooks Wear, deterioration and discard criteria of crane pennants and hooks

Emergency safety systems

Training instructors to explain the purpose and principle of operation of: 1.7.1 1.7.2

Manually operated overload protection systems (MOPS) Automatically operated overload protection systems (AOPS).

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MODULE 2

Offshore Crane Operator Role and Responsibilities

ELEMENT 2.1

The roles and responsibilities of personnel in an offshore operation lifting team

crane

Training instructors to explain: 2.1.1

ELEMENT 2.2

Roles and responsibilities of the offshore crane operator, the banksman (signaller) and that of the slingers (load handlers) Communications

Training instructors to explain: 2.2.1 2.2.2

Banksman hand signals – and awareness of regional variations. Radio communication protocols for controlling crane operations.

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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO ELEMENT 2.3

Regulations and safe systems of work

Training instructors to explain: 2.3.1

Legislative requirements and documentation relevant to offshore crane operations, to include the following: (a) (b)

An overview of relevant health and safety legislation. Relevant lifting operations and lifting equipment regulations, to include: planning, risk assessing and conducting lifting operations. Awareness of relevant International standards for crane operations.

(c) 2.3.2

Key components of Safe Systems of Work SSOW and typical documents such as permits, procedures and tool box talk records. To include lifting plans, risk assessments and classification of lifts into routine and non-routine. Typical hazards associated with offshore crane operations, to include:

2.3.3 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i)

Positions of people within the lifting operation area. Effects of helicopter activity on crane operations. Environmental conditions Dynamic forces on loads Lifting dangerous goods Blind lifting Proximity hazards Overloading of lifting equipment Lifting over live plant

The typical hazards outlined above to be illustrated using short videos or graphics. 2.3.4

Typical controls that would be put in place to eliminate or minimise risks associated with the hazards identified above.

2.3.5

Human factors during lifting operations, to include: (a) (b)

(c)

The right and obligation to stop the job if there are any concerns about the lifting operation. Crane operator recognising self-capability issues that may affect the safety of the lifting operation, e.g. fatigue or insufficient experience in a particular lifting operation. Team capability e.g. team member conflict or health and safety concerns about team member/s.

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MODULE 3

Dynamic Loading

ELEMENT 3.1

The causes and effects of dynamic loading

Training instructors to explain: 3.1.1 3.1.2

What is meant by the term: dynamic amplification factor (DAF) and Dynamic coefficient. Dynamic forces acting on loads and their effects, to include: a) b) c) d)

e) f)

g) 3.1.3 3.1.4

Vessel or structure motion. Hydrodynamic characteristics, to include: added mass, buoyancy and drag forces on load. Loads passing through the wave/splash zone. Loads landed onto or retrieval from the sea bed – effects of seabed suction, to include: vacuum effect on the load stuck to seabed which requires additional lift to release vacuum effect. Additional load calculation requirement and crane loading due to sudden release of load from the seabed. How the load centre of gravity and balance will be different or changing as it moves from atmosphere to subsurface (from air to water) and vice versa. The crane operator to allow time to flood or drain gradually if required. Load forces being affected by load shape, size, weight or contents.

Constant-tension systems Heave compensation systems.

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MODULE 4

Offshore Crane Operations

ELEMENT 4.1

Principles of offshore crane operations

Training instructors to explain: 4.1.1

4.1.2

4.1.3 4.1.4

4.1.5 4.1.6 ELEMENT 4.2

Key crane inspection criteria, pre-start checks, pre-operational checks, running checks, first-line maintenance, defect reporting and the recording of same. How conflicting activities may affect the lifting operations, to include the following activities: proximity work, deck operations, helicopter and wireline operations. Environmental conditions liable to affect the lifting operation, to include: adverse weather, sea state, visibility and temperature extremes. Safe lifting principles, to include: centering the hook, knowing the load weight and load path, load path hazard identification and good lifting operation communications. Crane operating techniques, to include: slew/swing control, height and distance judgement and crane controls coordination. Complexities of tandem lifts and ’tailing’ of loads. Preparations for undertaking crane lifting operations

Training staff to explain and demonstrate: 4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.5 4.2.6 4.2.7 4.2.8

Planning the lifting operation and key elements of a lifting plan. The purpose of risk assessing the lifting operation and key elements of a lifting operation risk assessment. The key elements of and importance of participating in the toolbox talk (TBT). How to ensure that all associated personnel are aware of and understand their duties and responsibilities for the lifting operation. Risks associated with personnel transfer and the requirement for crane and personnel carrier to be certified. Typical unsafe areas and positions of personnel involved in crane lifting operations. Crane load laydown area suitability checks, to include: laydown area dimensions, deck loading and accessibility issues. Establishing normal and emergency crane access and egress for the crane operator.

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Undertaking crane lifting operations

Following explanation and instruction, training staff to provide exercises to enable delegates to demonstrate the following practical elements of crane operations, showing continual improvement under supervision of the instructor: 4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5 4.3.6 4.3.7 4.3.8 4.3.9 4.3.10 4.3.11

Comply with the requirements of the risk assessment and lifting plan applicable to the crane lifting operation. Undertaking pre-operational checks on the crane. Undertaking crane operational and functional tests. Operation of the crane (unladen) to gain familiarisation and confidence of the crane controls and functions. Lifting, transferring and placing loads within the working range and safe working capacity of the crane, Refer to Crane and Crane Simulator Exercises. Operating the crane following planned load path avoiding proximity hazards and ground hazards. Application of safe operating techniques, to include: slew/swing control and crane controls coordination. Height/distance judgment techniques. Simultaneous operation of at least two crane control functions. Correct response to banksman’s hand signals and radio instructions. Correctly implementing shutdown procedures and making the crane safe following a simulated installation emergency alarm. Continued on next page.

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Correct response and actions an offshore crane operator would take for typical crane malfunctions and alarms (crane simulator to be used). Following relevant training from instructors, delegates will be given the opportunity to practice the correct response to at least one of the critical malfunctions and alarms (see table below) from each of the four categories specified. Instructors will explain how to respond to critical malfunctions & alarms not covered during delegate practical exercises. Exercises for Crane Simulator Only.

Critical Malfunctions & Alarms 1 2 3

Crane Malfunctions Diesel engine failure Uncontrolled descent of the load Uncontrolled descent of the boom

1 2 3

Load Malfunctions Sling break Load shift Load / hook snagged

Control Malfunctions Lock hoist joystick at current setting PLC failure: joysticks reversed PLC low voltage: crane moves by itself Limit switch failure Alarms Low lube oil pressure High coolant temperature High hydraulic oil temperature 90%, 100% and 110% of SWL

1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4

Instructors will explain to delegates, how to respond to all non-critical malfunctions & alarms specified in the table below, but if time permits, instructors may allow delegates to practice responding some of these. Non-critical Malfunctions & Alarms

1 2 3 4 5 6

Crane Malfunctions Uncontrolled spooling in or out of winch Cavitation of winch motor Hydraulic system failure Slew brake activates unexpectedly Winch creeping down Boom creeping down Load Malfunctions

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1 2

Control Malfunctions Lock slew joystick at current setting Lock Luff joystick at current setting

1 2 3

Alarms High lube oil temperature Low hydraulic oil level Low hydraulic oil pressure

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Crane and Crane Simulator Exercises Lifting operations to be completed by each delegate. Each delegate must perform all of the ‘Types of Lifting Operation’ (1-6) specified below. Each delegate must use all of the loads specified in List 1 at least once during lifting operations. Types of Lifting Operation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Lifting a load from one location to another specified location. Lifting a load to and from a confined or restricted area. Lifting a load with an offset centre of gravity. Conducting a blind lift. Lift involving a load with a large surface area. Lifting a personnel carrier (personnel not to be lifted.)

List 1: Loads to be lifted using a crane (i.e. not a simulator) a) Cargo handling units, to include: i. General containers ii. Baskets iii. Half-heights b) c) d) e) f) g)

Single tubular Tubular bundles (drill pipe or well casing) or scaffold tubes Cargo nets Load with a large surface area Crane-assisted personnel carrier (modern type) Note: personnel not to be lifted. Bulk hose transfer (this may be completed using a simulator if facility doesn’t allow for this lifting operation)

Each delegate must perform all of the following lifting operations on a crane simulator: List 2: Lifting operations using a simulator a) b) c) d)

Topping and tailing loads using two cranes Bulk hose transfer Dual or tandem lift Lift involving a load where the centre of gravity changes throughout the lift e.g. container of fluid. e) Lift involving a subsea lifting operation.

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SECTION B

Refresher Training – Not Applicable

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SECTION C

Resources

In order that this training programme may be delivered successfully it is essential that training staff possess the relevant knowledge and skills required to support the programme and that the appropriate facilities and equipment are in place.

C.1

Staff

Instructional staff will be required to carry out training and evaluate the delegate’s performance. It is important that the staff involved have the appropriate qualifications and experience. All instructional staff must (a)

Be occupationally competent i.e. they must hold, as a minimum, a valid OPITO Stage 3 Offshore Crane Operator competence certificate or *equivalent Stage 3 certificate, and a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the offshore crane operator role. Have been trained in instructional/training techniques and/or have proven instructing experience. Be included in an ongoing training and development programme, which ensures they are aware and knowledgeable of all changes to relevant legislation and industry requirements.

(b) (c)

* Training Centres must have a working plan to ensure that instructors that hold OCO Stage 3 non-OPITO certificates will become OPITO-approved OCO Stage 3 competent Offshore Crane Operators. Support roles All staff must have the appropriate competencies to conduct/assist with the element of training being undertaken.

C.2

Trainer/Delegate Ratio

The maximum number of delegates undertaking the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme is six. The following ratios indicate the maximum number of delegates to be supervised by one instructor at any one time during each activity: Instructor: Delegate ratio: Theoretical Training: 1:6 Practical Training: 1:3 OCO Stage 2 Training Rev0 (OCT 2012)

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C.3

Location of Training

It is recognised that certain elements this Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme can be undertaken in the workplace (which may be offshore). Accordingly, this Standard has been deemed suitable for ‘on-location’ training. However, prior to any such training taking place, OPITO-approved Training and/or Assessment Centres must comply with the following requirements: (a)

Prior to initial approval, the Training and/or Assessment Centre will specify a single onshore ‘approved site’ and advise OPITO of its intention to carry out training remotely i.e. ‘on-location’.

(b)

Prior to initial approval, the Training and/or Assessment Centre will advise OPITO where all their remote training is expected to take place. After approval is awarded, any additional training locations must be communicated to OPITO as and when they arise.

(c)

The Training and/or Assessment Centre shall ensure the suitability of ‘on-location’ facilities and arrangements prior to each training and /or assessment programme.

(d)

Documented evidence must be retained to show that training at the remote site meets the criteria detailed in this OPITO standard including, but not limited to, facilities, equipment and qualifications of relevant staff (see Section C.3).

(e)

Documented evidence shall be retained that record all measures required to assure the quality and safety of ‘on-location’ training activities.

(f)

All records must be retained at the single onshore ‘approved site’ (see Point (a) above).

(g)

OPITO reserves the right to audit any or all of the remote sites operated by the Training and/or Assessment Centre at any time.

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C.4

Facilities

The OPITO-approved Training Centre must, as a minimum, comply with the following: 1. Administration arrangements to support delegates from booking through registration and assessment to certification 2. Theory training area(s) so designed to enable each delegate to participate fully. 3. Practical training areas/areas so designed to accommodate the full working area of the crane operations activities and to enable each delegate to participate fully. 4. Demonstration areas (including crane simulator) in which the techniques can be delivered and practised safely during training. 5. First Aid Facilities Appropriate first aid facilities and equipment as specified in the training centre’s risk assessments, and sufficient staff, trained in the use of the facilities and equipment. OPITO-approved Centres that undertake on-location practical training must only comply with items 1, 3 and 5 specified above. All facilities must be maintained and where appropriate, inspected and tested in accordance with current standards/legislation.

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C.5

Equipment

As a minimum, the following equipment is required to meet the stated content of the OCO Stage 2 Training Programme: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

A crane – refer to Section C.6.1 to C.6.3 for details A crane simulator – refer to Section C.6.4 for details Variety of items to be lifted (refer to lists specified in Element 4.3) Lifting accessories - appropriate for items being lifted Rated capacity indicator/s.

Risk assessments must be conducted and documented for all training activities. All equipment must be maintained, and where appropriate, inspected and tested in accordance with current standards/legislation, guidance and manufacturers recommendations.

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C.6

Crane Specification

Note: A crane and a crane simulator must be used for this OCO Stage 2 Training Programme.

C.6.1 Crane types suitable for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres Only the following crane types are considered suitable for OCO Stage 2 training: 1. Pedestal-mounted cranes specifically designed for offshore applications – sometimes also referred to as second and subsequent generation cranes. First generation offshore cranes, or similar types, will be required to comply with the requirements for mobile cranes as detailed in section C.6.3. These cranes must be fitted with a boom of minimum length 30.5 metres. 2. Custom designed marine cranes located on vessels/ships where these cranes comply with the mobile crane specification as detailed in section C.6.3 3. Mobile crawler mounted cranes complying with specification detailed in C.6.3 4. Mobile tyre mounted cranes, fitted with outriggers, complying with specification detailed in C.6.3

C.6.2 Crane types NOT suitable for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Tower cranes. Dockside cranes. Ship-to-shore cranes and straddle carriers. Shear legs (Scotch derricks) Ringer mounted cranes Cranes with a maximum rated capacity exceeding 200 metric tonnes. Cranes with a maximum rated capacity under 1000 kg.

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C.6.3 Crane specification for OCO Stage 2 Training at onshore centres Note: This specification also applies to offshore cranes - where actual crane training is undertaken offshore. The following detailed specification will cover mobile crawler and mobile tyre-mounted crane types only - as listed in C.6.1. When using this specification it should be remembered that these are minimum requirements only and does not preclude suitable onshore cranes of a higher specification. Mobile cranes must have a maximum rated capacity of greater than 25 metric tonnes (with outriggers deployed) C.6.3.1 Configuration: All mobile cranes must include the following features: a) Full 360o superstructure slew in either direction. b) Slewing speed must be greater than 0.5 rpm in either direction. c) Hoist speed on a single fall and 5.0 tonne on hook must be at least 40 metres/minute. d) Hoist speed on a single fall unloaded hook must be at least 50 metres/minute. e) It must be possible to operate at least two crane motions (hoist/boom/slew) simultaneously. Boom: Lattice construction is preferred, however box type and telescopic booms are acceptable provided the boom length is a minimum of 30.5 metres excluding any boom tip extension or fly jib. Prime Mover: Diesel engine preferred which must incorporate a form of over speed device (rig saver) and for mechanical transmission cranes the diesel engine must also have some form of back driving prevention system. Electric prime movers must also comply with these requirements. Transmission System: Either hydraulic or mechanical transmission systems are acceptable but all crane motions must be fitted with fail safe brakes. If a mechanical transmission system is fitted then the following conditions are required to be met:1) No free-fall facility should be incorporated. 2) If clutches are an integral part of the transmission system then a positive engagement feature must be incorporated into the design. 3) The power load lowering system must at least be effective with up to 2.5 tonne on the hook. 4) It must not be possible to dis-engage clutches with any load on the hook. Continued.

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OPITO Approved Standard Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training © OPITO OCO Stage 2 Crane Specification Continued. Control System: Electrical/hydraulic/pneumatic control systems are acceptable. All types of controllers must be failsafe spring-centred to neutral and be clearly identifiable. An emergency stop button must be positioned in a readily accessible position for the crane operator, actuation of this control button must instantly shut down the prime mover and all crane motions must cease. Control Station: Control stations must be located on the crane revolving super - structure, remote control stations and control of the crane from within the automotive cab are not acceptable. Enclosed cab type control stations are preferred which conform to the following requirements:(a) Full 360o all round visibility (b) Electronic safe load indicator (Rated Capacity Indicator) (c) Two way radio communication facilities. Delegate operating the crane to get hands-free voice-activated radio (d) Manual operated warning horn (e) Legible and suitably positioned load rating chart (f) Illuminated control and surveillance panels for operations in the hours of darkness (g) Demisting facility on front and side windows (h) Cab must be of sufficient size to accommodate a second person standing behind the crane operator.

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C.6.4 Crane Simulator Specification The crane simulator must have the capability to offer emergency exercises specified in A.8 Element 4.3. Crane Simulator Specification (minimum) The crane simulator must be able to replicate the main functions of offshore cranes and must have the following: 1. Offshore crane operators chair 2. Crane controls (Joysticks or equivalent) 3. Two LCD screens – one for boom-tip camera and one for the safe load indicator (SLI) system 4. Crane panniers – one generic set 5. Instructors control station with PC/screens, instructor software, joystick, fly-around view. 6. Image generation (via projector onto screen/wall or through LCD Screens) 7. Sound and speaker system for crane sound effects 8. Full collision detection within the 3D world 9. Software capable of generating various offshore structures (rig types): a. Fixed Installation b. Floating (Semi-submersible or FPSO) c. Vessels 10. Software capable of generating the main functions of various types of offshore cranes, such as: a. Offshore pedestal cranes (Rope-Luffer and king post) b. Knuckleboom crane c. Box-boom crane 11. Software for subsea operations, replicating lifting loads through the splash zone, to include heave compensation, along with appropriate loads for subsea lifts. 12. Software capable of generating various types of supply/standby vessels along with appropriate loads – CCU’s, hoses, tubulars, personnel lifting devices and control of vessels. 13. Software capable of generating a variety of environmental conditions: a. Wind speed and direction b. Dark and bright conditions c. Fog, snow and rain d. Sea states varieties (wave height and length). 14. System allows full recording and printing of data generated by delegates/candidates while working on simulator. 15. Software capable of generating a selection of crane malfunctions and alarms, as specified within the relevant standard. 16. Software capable of generating emergency response scenarios, as specified within the relevant standard.

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SECTION D D.1

ADMINISTRATION & CERTIFICATION

Joining Instructions

The OPITO-approved Training Centre must provide the delegate either with a copy of the OPITO-approved Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Standard or a link to the Standard on the OPITO website - so that the delegate can make himself/herself aware of the requirements of the Standard. All joining instructions, including information specified in Section A.3, must be given to delegates by the OPITO-approved Training Centre and, if applicable, to their sponsoring company.

D.2

Validity and Renewal

The Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training certificate has a validity of two years.

D.3

Certification

Training centres are responsible for issuing a certificate direct to the delegate completing the programme and to the sponsoring company (when required). Each certificate must indicate that the delegate has been evaluated against and achieved the agreed learning outcomes of the training programme, and must contain the following: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h)

Training Centre name Full OPITO course title stating that it is OPITO-approved OPITO Registration Code Delegate's name Course dates Expiry date Unique Certificate Number (UCN) – Refer to OPITO UCN Guidance doc. for details Training Centre Signatory.

Delegates successfully completing the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Programme will be issued with the relevant OPITO certificate and the OPITO centre will also issue the delegate with an Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Workplace Experience Logbook. Refer to Appendix 3 for details of Logbook.

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Glossary of Terms and Abbreviations Terms Candidate

An individual whose ability, knowledge and skills are to be assessed against the expected performance requirements of the relevant OPITOapproved standard.

Blind Lifts

Lifting loads outwith the crane operator’s line of vision

Delegate

Person attending the training course

Lifting Equipment

Work equipment for lifting or lowering loads, and includes its attachments for anchoring, fixing or supporting it e.g. chain hoist, lever hoist, air hoist, winches, cranes etc.

Lifting Accessories Any device which is used or designated to be used directly or indirectly to connect a load to a lifting appliance, and which does not form part of the load, e.g. wire rope slings, synthetic fibre slings, hooks, shackles, eye bolts etc. Live plant

Plant and equipment that contains pressurised fluids, flowing fluids or live electrical equipment.

Restricted Access

A lifting operation where there are restrictions to the access of the load to be moved or restrictions to the route of the load.

Valid Certificate

An authentic certificate which is in-date i.e. has not expired

Abbreviations AOPS FPSO LO MOPS SSoW SWL RCI TBT

Automatic Overload Protection System Floating Production Storage and Offloading (structure or vessel) Learning Outcome Manual Overload Protection System Safe Systems of Work Safe Working Load Rated Capacity Indicator Toolbox Talk

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Appendix 1 OPITO Information The topics listed below are to be delivered as part of the introduction to this course and included in the Lesson Plans/Instructor guides/Exercise Plans. Additional introduction topics may include training centre layout and alarms, emergency actions, first aid and domestic arrangements Mandatory OPITO Information: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h)

Medical Fitness CR/Vantage (provided by OPITO) Certification Periods (provided by OPITO) OPITO Customer Service Statement (provided by OPITO) What is OPITO’s role in industry? (provided by OPITO) Emergency Response Framework (provided by OPITO) The roles of employers and training providers (provided by OPITO) Current Global Network of training providers (provided by OPITO)

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Appendix 2 OCO Stage 2 Training Checklist Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes - Checklist Company

Name

Module 1: Offshore Crane Systems (Part 1) Module 1 Learning Outcomes (LO) 1.

Identify the different types of offshore cranes

2.

Identify the main components on an offshore crane, where they are located and their principle functions

3.

Explain the basic principles of crane stability and crane configuration

4.

Explain what is meant by crane safe working load (SWL) and the purpose of load charts

5.

How to interpret typical offshore crane load charts

6.

Explain the purpose of rated capacity indicators, how they are used and the use of sea state information

7.

Identify different types of rated capacity indicators

8.

Explain the basic construction of crane wire ropes

9.

Explain the maintenance and inspection that must be undertaken on crane wire ropes

LO achieved

LO not achieved

Explain wear deterioration of wire ropes and basic discard

10. criteria

Explain the correct spooling of crane wire ropes on the winch

11. drums

Module 1 (Part 1) Instructor Comments

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Name

Module 1: Offshore Crane Systems (Part 2) Module 1 Learning Outcomes (LO)

LO achieved

LO not achieved

12. Explain the basic construction of crane pennants and hooks 13. Explain the purpose of boom, hoist and slew limiting systems 14. Explain the purpose of constant rope tension systems Explain the operation and purpose of manually operated

15. overload protection systems

Explain the operation and purpose of automatically operated

16. overload protection systems Module 1 (Part 2) Instructor Comments

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Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes - Checklist Delegate Name

Delegate’s employer Module 2 Offshore Crane Operator Role and Responsibilities Module 2 Learning Outcomes

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

LO achieved

LO not achieved

Explain the roles of the offshore crane operator, the banksman and the slingers Identify the main hand signals used for crane operations Explain radio communication protocols for controlling crane operations Explain the main requirements of the legislation relating to offshore crane lifting operations Identify the key components of a safe system of work and the typical documents that would be required Explain typical hazards associated with offshore crane operations, to include: (a) to (e) in Element 2.3 Explain typical controls that would be put in place to eliminate or minimise risks associated with the hazards identified in LO 6. State three human factor issues which may affect the safety of a lifting operation.

Module 2: Instructor Comments

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Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes - Checklist Delegate Name

1. 2. 3. 4.

Delegate’s employer Module 3 Dynamic Loading Module 3 Learning Outcomes

LO achieved

LO not achieved

Explain the term: dynamic amplification factor (DAF) and Dynamic Coefficient Explain the main effects of dynamic loading State examples of dynamic loading Explain the principles of constant tension and heave compensation systems.

Module 3: Instructor Comments

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Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes - Checklist Delegate Name

Delegate’s employer Module 4 Offshore Crane Operations Module 4 Theoretical Learning Outcomes

1 2

Explain how conflicting activities may affect lifting operations

4

Explain the effects of environmental conditions on crane lifting operations.

5

Explain the safe lifting principles that should be employed

6

Explain the safe crane operating techniques that should be employed

7

Explain the purpose of lifting plans

8

Explain the key elements of a lifting operation risk assessment

10 11

LO not achieved

Identify the checks that should be carried out on an offshore crane and explain how and when they should be done. Explain typical first-line crane maintenance and defect reporting and recording.

3

9

LO achieved

Explain the purpose of a toolbox talk why it is important personnel are aware of their duties and responsibilities during a lifting operation Explain the checks that have to be done for crane laydown areas Explain why it is necessary for the crane operator to establish normal and emergency access and egress routes of an offshore crane

Module 4 (Theoretical): Instructor Comments

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Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Training Learning Outcomes - Checklist Delegate Name

Delegate’s employer Module 4 Offshore Crane Operations Module 4 Practical Learning Outcomes

LO achieved

LO not achieved

Complying with the requirements of the risk assessment and

12 lifting plan applicable to the crane lifting operation. 13 Undertaking pre-operational checks on the crane

14 Undertaking operational and functional tests on the crane Operation of the crane (unladen) to gain familiarisation and

15 confidence of the crane controls and functions (crane and

16

simulator) Lifting, transferring and placing loads within the working range and safe working capacity of the crane – as specified in Module 4 Element 4.3. Operating a crane to follow a planned load path avoiding

17 proximity and ground hazards

Application of safe operating techniques whilst operating the

18 crane including good swing control, height judgment and 19 20 21

control coordination Simultaneous operation of at least two crane control functions simultaneously. Correctly responding to banksman hand signals and radio instructions Correctly implementing crane shutdown procedures and making the crane safe following a simulated installation emergency alarm

22 Correctly respond to crane alarms and malfunctions Module 4 Practical: Instructor Comments

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Appendix 3 Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 (workplace experience) Logbook

Although OPITO-approved Centres may develop their own versions of the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook, logbooks must, as a minimum requirement, contain the guidance notes, task completion record and signatory details outlined in this Logbook.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Prescribed Stage 2 workplace tasks for the candidate offshore crane operator

OCO Candidate Name

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Candidate Offshore Crane Operator Details

Name Vantage No. Contact Number (optional) Contact email If there is more than one competent certified offshore crane operator involved in supervising completion of the OCO Stage 2 tasks, ensure that their details are recorded in the section below. Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 1 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 2 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 3 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 4 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Work Contact Number Contact email OCO Stage 2 Training Rev0 (OCT 2012)

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Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 5 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 6 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 7 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Competent Certified Offshore Crane Operator 8 Details Name Company Installation/Site Job Title Work Contact Number Contact email Work Contact Number Contact email

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OCO Stage 2 Logbook: Record of Tasks Completed This OCO Stage 2 Logbook (or the Training Provider’s version of the Logbook) will be given to the candidate by the Training Provider when the candidate has successfully completed the OPITO-approved OCO Stage 2 Training Programme. The candidate OCO must ensure that all the tasks are recorded in the Logbook and appropriate signatures are obtained. For the candidate to become eligible to undertake the Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Competence Assessment, a fully completed OCO Stage 2 Logbook must be presented to an OPITO-approved assessment centre within two years of the date shown on the candidate’s OCO Stage 2 Training Certificate, Note: If the Logbook has not been fully completed within the required time period, the candidate will not be entitled to undertake the OPITO OCO Stage 2 Competence Assessment.

OCO Stage 2 Logbook Signatories The candidate OCO must ensure that after completing each lifting operation, crane check and task, he/she gets a certified competent offshore crane operator to sign the Logbook. Note: OCO Stage 2 Workplace experience programme is not an assessment, but any candidate performance issues while conducting the tasks should be recorded by the task supervisor and addressed by further on-the-job training – as required.

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OCO Stage 2 Logbook Requirement The Stage 2 Offshore Crane Operator candidate must complete a minimum of 50 hours in the offshore crane cab i.e. operating the crane under the *direct supervision of a competent certified offshore crane operator. *direct supervision: The competent, certified crane operator supervising the candidate must be able to take control of the crane quickly should a critical or emergency situation arise. The OCO Stage 2 candidate must record and obtain the required signatures in the Stage 2 Logbook for all of the following tasks specified in List A, B and C:

A. Offshore Crane Lifting Operation Types 1. Lifting a load to a confined or restricted area (x 5) 2. Lifting a load from a confined or restricted area (x 5) 3. Lifting a load with an offset centre of gravity (x 5) 4. Blind lift (x 5) 5. Lift involving a load with a large surface area (x 5) 6. Lift with a load where the centre of gravity changes throughout the lift (x 5) 7. Lifting a long load [ >10m long ] (x 5) 8. Lifting a tubular bundle (x 5) 9. Lifting a Cargo Carrying Unit (CCU) x 5 10. Bulk hose transfers (x3) [fixed and floating offshore structures only] (x5): On five separate dates

B. Offshore Crane Checks 1. Pre-start checks (x5) 2. Pre-operational checks (x5) 3. Running checks (x5) 4. Post operational checks (x5) (x5): On five separate dates

C. Offshore Crane Tasks 1. Setting down the crane boom - as per site/installation requirements (x5) 2. Parking crane in a safe position - as per site/installation requirements (x5) (x5): On five separate dates Logbook Statement All OCO Stage 2 workplace experience lifting operations must be completed satisfactorily. This means that although it is not regarded as a formal assessment of the candidate, the crane operator directly supervising the candidate must be satisfied that each of the lifting operations specified above has been completed in a safe manner, before signing the logbook understanding that the candidate is still undergoing on-the-job training and workplace experience. Note: Completion of this logbook does not imply that the candidate is competent to operate offshore cranes unsupervised; the candidate must successfully complete the next stage, which is the OPITO Stage 2 Competence Assessment, before being deemed as competent by an employer. OCO Stage 2 Training Rev0 (OCT 2012)

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Type 1: Lifting a load to a confined or restricted area (on five separate dates)

Crane Lifting Operation Type 1 Site/Installation Name Global Region

[Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Sign Crane Lifting Operation Type 1 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Date [Date 2]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

Sign Crane Lifting Operation Type 1 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Date [Date 3]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Sign Crane Lifting Operation Type 1 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Date [Date 4]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Sign Crane Lifting Operation Type 1 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Date [Date 5]

Completion Date

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 2 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 2: Lifting a load from a confined or restricted area (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 2 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 2 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 2 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 2 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 3 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 3: Lifting a load with an offset centre of gravity (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 3 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 3 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 3 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 3 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 4 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 4: Blind Lift (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 4 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 4 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 4 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 4]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 4 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 5 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 5: Lift involving a load with a large surface area (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 5 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 5 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 5 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 4]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 5 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 6 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 6: Lift with a load where the centre of gravity changes throughout the lift (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 6 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 6 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 6 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 6 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 7 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 7: Lift with a long load [ greater than 10m long] (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 7 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 7 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 7 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 7 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 8 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 8: Lifting a tubular bundle (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 8 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 8 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 8 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 8 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations Crane Lifting Operation Type 9 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Type 9: Lifting a cargo carrying unit [CCU] (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 9 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 9 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 3]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 9 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 9 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No. Crane Lifting Operations

Type 10: Bulk hose transfers (on three separate dates)

Crane Lifting Operation Type 10 Site/Installation Name Global Region

[Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 10 Site/Installation Name Global Region

Sign [Date 2]

Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 10 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 10 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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Date Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name Crane Lifting Operation Type 10 Site/Installation Name Global Region

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the crane lifting operation satisfactorily.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No Offshore Crane Checks

Pre-start Checks – for the specific crane on the offshore facility (on five separate dates)

Crane Pre-start Checks [Date 1] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Pre-start Checks [Date 2] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Pre-start Checks [Date 3] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Pre-start Checks [Date 4] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily.

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Pre-operational Checks – for the specific crane on the offshore facility (on five separate dates) Crane Pre-operational Checks [Date 1] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily.

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Crane Pre-operational Checks [Date 2] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Pre-operational Checks [Date 3] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Pre-operational Checks [Date 4] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily.

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OPITO Offshore Crane Operator Stage 2 Logbook Candidate Name Candidate’s Employer Candidate Vantage No Offshore Crane Checks

Running Checks – for the specific crane on the offshore facility (on five separate dates)

Crane Running Checks [Date 1] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Running Checks [Date 2] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Running Checks [Date 3] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Running Checks [Date 4] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Post-operational Checks – for the specific crane on the offshore facility (on five separate dates)

Crane Post-operational Checks [Date 1] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Post-operational Checks [Date 2] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Post-operational Checks [Date 3] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Crane Post-operational Checks [Date 4] Completion Date Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily. Competent Offshore Crane Operator (Certified) Name

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Site/Installation Name Global Region In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified pre-start checks satisfactorily.

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Setting down the crane boom – as per site/installation requirements (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified s tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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Parking crane in a safe position – as per site/installation requirements (on five separate dates) [Date 1]

Completion Date

In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified s tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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In the opinion of the certified competent Offshore Crane Operator, the candidate named above completed the specified tasks satisfactorily.

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