LNG TANKER CARGO HANDLING OPERATIONS w/ CARGO HANDLING SIMULATO

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Masters, Chief Engineers, Chief Officers, 2nd Engineers, Cargo Engineers and any person with immediate responsibility for loading, discharging, care in transit, gas management, re-liquefaction, BOG handling, post and pre- dry-dock operations or other cargo-related operations on liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers.

SCOPE:

To train personnel (involved in cargo handling operations), at a more advanced level, with modern and interactive Cargo Handling Simulators, both of Membrane and Moss cargo containment systems

DURATION:

2 days (Senior Officers)-3 days (Junior Officers)/ 10 hrs (Senior Officers)-15 hrs (Junior Officers)

DOCUMENTATION REFERENCE:

STCW (iaw 2010 Manila Amendments), Reg. V/1-2, Par. 3,4,

Section/Table A-V/1-2-2

IMO Model Courses 1.04, 1.05, 1.06, 1.35, 1.36

SIGTTO LNG Suggested Competency Standards

International Gas Carrier Code

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Natural gas / LNG Overview
  • Natural gas / LNG History
  • Technological Advances For LNG Carriers
  • Characteristics of LNG
  • Physical Properties & Composition of LNG
  • LNG Production Processes
  • Chemistry of Gases
  • Basic Thermodynamic Concepts
  • Re-liquefaction Systems
  • Gas Carrier Design
  • Cargo Containment Systems
  • Cargo Piping System
  • LNG Basic Cargo Equipment
  • Post Dry Dock Operations
  • Cargo Operations
  • Pre Dry Dock Operations
  • Custody Transfer Systems (CTS)
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Health Hazards
  • LNG Fleet Progression Data

TRAINING METHODOLOGY:

A combination of lecture through PowerPoint presentation, written assessment and practical scenarios with interactive Cargo Handling Simulator (Moss & Membrane Tank Design Available S/W). Gas measurement & gas instrument calibration is also exercised in practice.

LANGUAGE:

Course delivery in Greek/English while training materials in English.

INSTRUCTORS:

Qualified Instructors

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