OCIMF’s Offshore Vessel Management and Self Assessment (OVMSA) programme has been developed as a tool to help operators of offshore vessels to assess, measure and improve their management systems. These systems encompass all activities undertaken by the company.
The Guide provides operational advice to directly assist personnel involved in tanker and terminal operations, including guidance on, and examples of, certain aspects of tanker and terminal operations and how they may be managed. It s is NOT a definitive description of how tanker and terminal...
These guidelines provide advice on the management of aviation operations, helicopter operations to normally unattended installations (NUIs), offshore radio operators' procedures and security control at helicopter terminals. Issue 6, April 2011. Available in CD format only
Available to purchase in CD Rom format or PDF These guidelines are a joint Oil & Gas UK and ERRVA publication, intended to provide masters and crews of standby vessels, OIMs and other relevant offshore personnel, with general guidance on the conduct of their activities as part of the effective arrangements for the recovery and rescue of...
Guidelines for the transport and handling of limited amounts of hazardous and noxious liquid substances in bulk on offshore support vessels were adopted by Assembly resolution A.673(16) on 19 October 1989.
These Guidelines have been developed for the design and construction of new offshore supply vessels with a view to promoting the safety of such vessels and their personnel, recognizing the unique design features and service characteristics of these vessels.
The Assembly, at its twenty-sixth session (23 November to 2 December 2009), adopted by resolution A.1023(26) the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, 2009 (2009 MODU Code), which had been developed following a thorough revision of the 1989 MODU Code adopted by resolution A.649(16).