ROV system auditing and assurance course

The RSAA course offers delegates the opportunity to become conversant with IMCA guidelines and industry requirements surrounding the auditing techniques, procedures and reporting of equipment. 

The auditing and assurance of diving systems has been integral to the offshore industry for many years. Now the majority of ROV companies and offshore operators are seeing the benefits of such audits, to enhance safety and reduce operational downtime issues – and with this comes the requirement for trained and qualified personnel. As any client would expect, when a contract is given, assurance regarding the quality and reliability of the contractor’s equipment is paramount.

With the help of the National Hyperbaric Centre to champion the cause, this ROV system auditing and assurance course has been developed to offer potential delegates the opportunity to become competent,and fully aware of the auditing process of ROV Systems to enable them in their role within the industry.

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Combined DSAA / RSAA     Singapore £1475 BOOK NOW
RSAA     Aberdeen - NHC £1100 +VAT BOOK NOW

 

This course can be scheduled on demand anywhere in the world.

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ROV system auditing course

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Course objectives

To enable delegates to become conversant with IMCA (International Marine Contractors Association) guidelines and industry requirements surrounding the auditing techniques, procedures and technical reporting of contractor's equipment.

The auditing and assurance of diving systems have been integral to the offshore industry for many years. Now the majority of ROV companies and offshore operators are seeing the benefits of such audits which enhance safety and reduce operational downtime issues – and with this comes the requirement for trained and qualified personnel.

As any client would expect, when a contract is given, assurance regarding the quality and reliability of the contractor's equipment is paramount. With the help of the NHC (National Hyperbaric Centre) to champion the cause, this ROV system auditing and assurance course has been developed to offer potential delegates the opportunity to become competent and fully aware of the auditing process of ROV systems to enable them in their role within the industry.

Entry requirement

No prior experience is required, however, it is preferred delegates have experience in ROV operations. This may be onshore or offshore based or in the role of ROV superintendent, ROV supervisor, pilot technician or anyone associated with ROV operations.

Trainers

The NHC's trainers are highly knowledgeable professionals who have extensive experience of carrying out ROV assurance audits throughout the world. Having been involved closely with the development of guidance, products and services which ensure ROV systems can be audited correctly, the NHC are confident that this course gives candidates a thorough, detailed and accurate experience to the highest of standards.

Course duration

3 Days.

 

This course comprises of two classroom days where industry guidelines and legislation will be explained in detail. These guidelines coupled with the National Hyperbaric Centre’s own recommendations to IMCA, will be evaluated and explained to give students the knowledge needed to carry out audits to best practice and industry standards.

Day three will enable students to get a 'hands on' approach by carrying out an actual audit of an ROV system. Students will be given the opportunity to use the knowledge gained on the course to prepare, plan and carry out the audit then close out their task with a report and findings session to discuss in the classroom.


Topics include:

  • Why audit ROV systems?
  • The role of the auditor
  • IMCA R004, R005, R006, R009, R011, R018
  • Certifying authority requirements (i.e DNV classification notes No.8)
  • Audit development
  • Planned maintenance
  • Non-conformance
  • Reporting
  • Close out meetings

 

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