Marine & Offshore Technical Series - Machinery & Marine engineering failure, analysis and prevention
10 May - 12 May, 2017 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 2199 Closed
Following information: Venue at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | Training Date from 10 May 2017 till 12 May 2017
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SGD 1998 - (3 or more) Purchase it before 12 Apr 2017
SGD 2199
Identifies costly failures, why the failures occur and how to avoid errors of judgement and importantly how to reduce your costs from failures.

Led by a highly experienced and skilled Offshore Oil/Gas Project and Marine Engineering expert for multinational underwriters and insurers worldwide this course provides delegates an in-depth understanding of the technical approaches to Mechanical, Marine Engineering, floating structures failures, analysis and prevention. It is a practical course covering issues and problems encountered by those involved in the industry. Get an in depth understanding and learn why so many failures occur; some in excess of $699USD Million. Protect your interests in the ever changing environment with escalating costs. Understand the complexities and how to prevent them.

The course specifically identifies costly failures in the industry so it will enable you to know not only ‘where to look for trouble’ but also why the failures occur and how to avoid errors of judgement and importantly how to reduce your costs from failures. The course contains extensive marine engineering knowledge. This is given so that the student can understand the environments that vessels operate and the marine engineering industry.

The course provides grounding in the main areas of successful multinational marine engineering firms, as they apply to all floating structures and explore areas of specific interest. This seminar acquaints the participants with the skills and explains how to utilize them.

Challenging Tutored Marked Assignments and in depth Case Studies are presented to delegates for the duration. The trainer uses factual case studies and exercises along the way to cement participants’ newly acquired skills and help them apply them to real situations. Equally as important, a look at the mind-set of marine engineers, ship designers and project managers is given through the discussion; thus giving participants an additional boost in anticipating potential problems and correcting them beforehand.

  • Be able to critically assess marine engineering schematics, drawings and design.
  • In a team environment exchange ideas and theories as to factual mechanical and structural failures.
  • Provide - deliver technical mechanical and structural diagnoses of failures after thorough examinations of the
  • engineering design, documentary material, physical and photographic evidence.
  • Be able to technically evaluate and provide ‘evidence based’ conclusions when encountering marine engineering
  • failures.
  • Learn the lessons from past failures from around the world associated with failures in the maritime industry.
  • What are the common marine engineering & mechanical failures and the analysis of significant and common failures; what can be learnt?
  • Explore the factual analysis and why they occur and how they could have been prevented so to reduce costs.
  • Learn about the effects of Poor Maintenance, Monitoring, Prevention and Crew behavior through (6) Six Factual Case Studies and delegate learned exercises.
  • The importance of preparation, information gathering, prevention, ships records, document handling, preservation, and early responses to crisis in the marine engineering industry.
  • Factual Case Studies on flooding and salvage for the Marine engineering industry. (Factual Case Study – MS ‘Costa Concordia’ Passenger Cruise ship Disaster – what did we learn?)
  • Mechanical failures due to fuel and lubricants. What are the effects and the Risks?
  • Improper Maintenance and prevention.
  • Oil purification failures - Contributing factors to mechanical failures in the offshore industry.
  • Marine Engineering and the Science of Fire.
  • Mechanical and Marine Engineering Failures (Injuries and Fatalities) - Explore the factual analysis and why they occur and how they could have been prevented.
The course contains extensive marine engineering and mechanical knowledge which will benefit both basic to intermediate level, project managers, marine engineers and marine response teams with techniques, procedures and resources to manage and understand the aspects of marine engineering in a maritime environment. They will also be learning and understanding and the processes of Marine Engineering in the
Offshore Sector. Suitable job titles include but are not limited to:

  • Ship/barges/tug Owners, Container ship operators/oil tanker, operators/ OSV, DSV,AHTS operators/ Tug operators/barge operators/ferry operators/Passenger ship operators, Freight Forwarders Cargo – Marine.
  • Ship superintendent, , Master Mariners, Ship Crew Management agents, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Marine Engineers, On Board Chief Engineers and Captains/Pilots – personnel, Maritime Safety Government Agencies, Cruise Ship Class and Foreign Going Safety Officers, Break Bulk Cargo/Cruise Ship and Bulk Carrier firms, Maritime Industry professionals CEO/M.D’s, Maritime HSE/O.H& S personnel, Fleet Supervisors.
  • Both vessel owners and charterers of OSV, Containerships/Ferries/Multipurpose Heavy Lift ships/Car Carriers/Bulk Cargo Carriers/LNG and others.
  • Charterers of OSV from E&P companies holding position in HSE Supervisors, Technical Superintendents, Surveyors, Engineers, Crew, Technical Offshore Exploration Specialists, offshore filed operation managers, Marine Captains.
  • Civil and ship Construction operators, Civil and Ship Marine repairers and contractors, Ship builders, commercial boat builders.
  • Ship insurance agents, Cargo underwriters, Marine Claims managers, Cargo and Insurance Brokers, Forensic Engineers and Investigators, Containerised freight and logistics providers, Professional Marine Investigators and consultants.
  • Port Authorities - CEO’s/ Superintendents/Health and Safety Professionals, Maritime Authorities and PMA, Port and Ship Maritime Critical/Major Incident Controllers and Management.
  • Environmental Protection Agencies - Marine Environmental Investigators/Officers and Risk Managers, Maritime Law Specialists and firms, Maritime Emergency Response.
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