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THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UPS ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended for

THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UPS ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

OF JACK-UPS ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended for jack up barge managers

This course is intended for jack up barge managers and shore-based technical staff and for project managers and civil engineers responsible for or involved with the deployment of jack-up vessels on construction projects.

DAY ONE (morning session)

 

Presenter

1

09:00

09:45

INTRODUCTION TO JACK-UPS

(45 min)

Chris Mallett

 

The development of jack-up barges

 
 

Jack-up types, capabilities and limitations

 
 

Jack-up barge construction, legs, leg footings and jacking systems

 
 

Principal risks afloat

 
 

Principle risks elevated

 
 

Common accidents and accident statistics

 
 

Site-specific assessment for jack-ups

 
 

Importance of good geophysical and geotechnical (soils) data and competent foundation assessment

 

Introduction to industry guidelines for jack-ups

 
 

09:45

 

10:00

Break

2

10:00

 

10:45

GEOTECHNICAL HAZARDS AND SITE INVESTIGATION

(45 min)

Julian Osborne

 

Geotechnical hazards for jack-up operations

 
 

Geological desktop studies

 
 

Geophysical, bathymetric and magnetometer surveys

 
 

Understanding the ground conditions and adopting a competent approach to site assessment

 

Brief introduction to geotechnical investigation techniques and laboratory soil tests

 
 

10:45

 

11:00

Break: Individual PP and TV tests

3

11:00

 

11:45

JACK-UP FOUNDATION ASSESSMENT

(45 min)

Julian Osborne

 

Interpreting the results of the site investigation and soil tests

 
 

Using the data to derive the soil design profiles used for jack-up foundation assessments

 
 

Introduction to SNAME TR 5-5A Guidelines and bearing capacity calculations for jack-ups

 
 

Typical soil profiles and associated hazards including punch-through

 
 

Site categorisation for offshore wind farm projects

 
 

11:45

 

12:00

Break

4

12:00

 

12:30

SEABED SCOUR AND LEG EXTRACTION

(30 min)

Julian Osborne

 

Scour around jack-up rig footings (and Jupiter in Bay of Cambay)

 
 

Leg extraction - a geotechnical assessment (CFEM unit)

 
 

12:30

13:30

Lunch Break

(60 min)

 

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THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended

THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended for jack up barge

This course is intended for jack up barge managers and shore-based technical staff and for project managers and civil engineers responsible for or involved with the deployment of jack-up vessels on construction projects.

DAY ONE (afternoon session)

 

Presenter

5

13:30

14:15

ELEVATED OPERATIONS

(45 min)

Chris Mallett

 

Jack-up installation: Avoiding seabed surface hazards

 
 

Jacking and preloading techniques

 
 

Leg penetration measurement and monitoring

 
 

Elevated weight and leg loads

 
 

Maintaining elevated stability

 
 

Scour management and scour trial

 
 

Jack-up foundation risk assessment based on the site assessment and geotechnical reports

 
 

Operating procedures designed to manage the risk of foundation instability

 
 

Deployment of jack-ups for soil investigations

 
 

Leg extraction operations

 
 

14:15

14:30

 

Break

6

14:30

15:30

CASE HISTORIES

(60 min)

 
 

Offshore oil & gas industry: Multiple punch-through incidents and their causes

 

Julian Osborne

 

Noble Al Tyndal and Sea Sapphire (briefly)

 

Julian Osborne

 

Robin Rigg: Punch-through and Robin Rigg revisited

 

Chris Mallett

 

Blythe: Jacking system failure

 

Julian Osborne

 

Milford Haven: Operating error caused jack-up collapse (contributing factors)

 

Chris Mallett

 

Brighton Beach: Jack-up wrecked through foundation instability

 

Julian Osborne

 

Lundy Island: Jack-up collapse caused by failure to manage the seabed risk

 

Julian Osborne

 

Teesside: Jack-up wrecked due to inadequate air gap

 

Chris Mallett

 

Offshore Dubai: Jack-up lost due to inadequate weather window for installation

 

Julian Osborne

 

North Sea: Jack-ups partially submerged due to operating error

 

Chris Mallett

 

Gunfleet sands: Punch-through

 

Julian Osborne

 

London Array: Different leg penetrations

 

Julian Osborne

 

Orkney: Jack-up experienced current vortex problems

 

Chris Mallett

 

Gujarat: Jack-up capsized by loss of air gap and strong current

 

Julian Osborne

 

Weston Super Mare: An example of poor planning

 

Julian Osborne

 

15:30

15:45

SET GROUP WORK PROJECT - JACK-UP LOCATION MOVE EXERCISE

All

     

Groups of 2 - 3 persons

 

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THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended

THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended for jack up barge

This course is intended for jack up barge managers and shore-based technical staff and for project managers and civil engineers responsible for or involved with the deployment of jack-up vessels on construction projects.

DAY TWO (morning session)

 

Presenter

 

08:45

09:45

REVIEW GROUP WORK PROJECT

(45 min)

All

 

Group discussion

 
 

09:45

10:00

Break

(15 min)

 

7 10:00

10:45

OPERATIONS AFLOAT

(45 min)

Chris Mallett

 

Jack-up stability, draft and trim

 
 

Weather forecasts, winds, waves, storm surge, tides and tidal currents

 
 

Jack-up barge motions afloat

 
 

Deck grillage and seafastening of cargo and equipment

 
 

Tugs and towing arrangements

 
 

Anchors, moorings and positioning the jack-up afloat

 
 

Port operations

 
 

10:45

11:00

Break

(15 min)

 

8 11:00

12:00

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AND TRAINING

(60 min)

 
 

11:00

 

Principles of Safety Management (SHEQ)

Iain O’Connor

11:30

Safety Management systems and IJUBOA Code of Practice

 

11:30

12:00

Training standards and development needs (NOS)

Michael Woodgate

 

9 12:00

12:30

JACK-UP BARGE MANAGEMENT

(30 min)

Chris Mallett

 

UK and International Maritime Legislation

 
 

Vessel Registry, Trading Limits and the role of the Classification Societies

 
 

Vessel survey, inspection and certification

 
 

Requirement for a Jack-up Operating Manual

 
 

Required management skills and defining the Competent Person

 
 

Jack-up manning

 
 

Requirement for specialised engineering support services

 
 

12:30

13:30

Lunch Break

(60 min)

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THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended

THE MARINE OPERATIONS OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

OF JACK-UP BARGES ENGAGED IN CIVIL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS This course is intended for jack up barge

This course is intended for jack up barge managers and shore-based technical staff and for project managers and civil engineers responsible for or involved with the deployment of jack-up vessels on construction projects.

DAY TWO (afternoon session)

 

Presenter

10

13:30

14:15

PLANNING JACK-UP OPERATIONS

(45 min)

Chris Mallett

 

Jack-up suitability and selection

 
 

Client/Contractor/Jack-up Operator: Organisation, responsibilities and communications

 
 

Client/contractor/Jack-up Operator: Requirement for information exchange

 
 

Weather Restricted Operations -v- Weather Unrestricted Operations

 
 

Passage plans, shelter points, standby locations and site approach and access

 
 

Implementing recommendations contained in the jack-up site-specific assessment

 
 

Preparation of the Jack-up Move Procedure (Method Statement)

 
 

14:15

14:30

Break

(15 min)

 

11

14:30

15:00

CONTINGENCY AND EMERGENCY PLANS

(30 min)

Chris Mallett

 

Safe crew transfer (what the guidelines say)

 
 

Contingency plans

 
 

Emergency Response Plans

 
 

Distribution of industry Safety Alerts

 
 

15:00

15:15

Break

(15 min)

 

15:15

15:45

Questions and group discussion

All

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