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Reflex Marine Ltd. presents the FROG-9 Personnel Transfer Device Passenger Induction presentation. ...

Reflex Marine Ltd. presents the FROG-9 Personnel Transfer Device Passenger Induction presentation.

This presentation is to help familiarise passengers with use of the FROG-9.

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100721 FROG-9 Passenger Induction Rev 03 100721 FROG-9 Passenger Induction Rev 03 Presentation Transcript

  • FROG-9 INDUCTION PRESENTATION Rev 03
  • Introduction
    • The FROG-9 was introduced in 2008 as a result of a partnership with SEACOR Marine on their CrewZer class project in the US.
    • Robert Clemons, Vice President and General Manager of SEACOR Marine's Americas Division, said "SEACOR Cheetah is an exciting, innovative design for us, and the FROG is one of the most important elements in our crew transfer system.”
    • FROG-9 Key Features:
    • 9 person capacity
    • Suitable for high volume crew changes
    • Standard model (HC9-01)
    • SWL of 900 kg (1984 lbs)
    • ABS Type Approved
    • 4 star Operating Envelope
  • FROG-9 PASSENGER INDUCTION View slide
  • FROG-9 Designed to Protect FALL PROTECTION IMMERSION HEAVY LANDING PROTECTION SIDE IMPACT PROTECTION Fitted with 3 point harness Impact absorbing suspension Rugged stainless steel protection frame Flotation and self-righting View slide
  • PPE for Marine Transfer
    • All personnel must be equipped with appropriate Personal Protective Equipment ( PPE ) including suitable Personal Flotation Devices ( PFD )
    • Immersion suits may be required in harsher environments
    • Operators will advise passengers of the recommended standards
  • PPE for Marine Transfer Refer to FROG User Manual for full details Style/Type Picture Evaluation Recommendation Inherently buoyant work vest buoyancy aid (100 N) Flat buoyancy panels are unobtrusive and allow passengers easy entry and exit from seat harness Acceptable RML recommend that any PFD of this type is tested with seat harness in FROG for compatibility Manual inflatable lifejacket (150 N) Personnel should not inflate the PFD whilst strapped in the FROG Acceptable (exception basis) RML recommend that this style is used carefully to prevent accidental inflation
  • Pre-Loading
    • FROG-9 will take 9 seated passengers (9x100 kg)
    • Luggage is to be transferred separately
    • Passengers organised in to groups of 9
    • Split in to groups of three 3’s
      • 3 Centre (seat 1, 2, 3)
      • 3 Right hand side (seat 4, 5, 6)
      • 3 Left hand side (seat 7, 8, 9)
    • Check at the assigned pre-lifting safe area:
    • Have you seen the FROG induction video?
    • Have you have checked your life jacket?
    • Await instruction from the deck crew to begin embarkation
  • First 3 passengers take their seats 3 centre passengers take centre seats first
  • First 3 passengers buckle up 3 centre passengers buckle up first
  • 3 passengers follow 3 passengers take right hand seats and buckle up next
  • Remaining 3 passengers now load 3 remaining passengers take left hand seats and buckle up last
  • The FROG-9 is now loaded “ Thumbs up” to indicated ready for transfer
  • Don’t all try to get in at once
  • Don’t all try to buckle up at once
  • Seatbelt Operation Seat harnesses will have been prepared by the deck crew Take the lap fastener clip and feed through the eye Fold over clip Insert each arm into shoulder harness 1 3 4 2
  • Seatbelt Operation (continued) PULL LOWER STRAPS FIRST to tighten around waist PULL UPPER STRAPS SECOND to tighten fit around shoulders and chest 5 6
  • Ready for Transfer Deck crew will have a final check of your seat belt You are now strapped in and ‘Ready for transfer’
  • During Transfer
    • Hold upper straps firmly if required, for feeling of extra security
    • Keep hands and arms inside the FROG-9 at all times during transfer
    • Position feet inside the FROG-9 with heels against the kick board
  • Disembarking
    • Await instructions from deck crew to unbuckle
    • Disembark in an orderly fashion
    • Proceed to safe area, as instructed by deck
    • Handover life jacket to deck crew
  • Sling Motion Hazards
    • Once landed on deck, the Crane Operator will slacken the lifting sling set
    • During heavy vessel motions a moving sling may present a hazard to passengers – caution is required
    • Deck crew will monitor, remove or advise of this hazard to all passengers
    • Do not take hold of the sling at anytime
  • Emergency Procedure Crane Operator
    • In the event of an Emergency Situation:
    • Deck crew will give the Crane Operator the Emergency Stop signal
    • Emergency Stop Signal:
    • Both arms point upwards with the palms facing forwards
  • Emergency Procedure Passengers In the unlikely event of an emergency follow the instructions of the deck crew at all times
  • Emergency Procedure Passengers
    • Should a problem occur on the deck:
    • The deck crew will shout “OUT-OUT-OUT”
    • Personnel will release the seat belt and leave the FROG immediately
    • Deck crew will advise and direct you to a safe area
    • If the transfer is interrupted whilst between vessel and installation:
    • Remain seated and strapped in
    • Recovery procedures will be initiated
    • Await instructions
  • Feedback & Reporting
    • User Feedback is IMPORTANT to improve:
    • Safety and Comfort
    • Procedure and Control
    • Operating Performance
    • Areas for Improvement
    • Equipment condition
    • Report all incidents and near misses no matter how small they may seem, if in doubt ASK
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  • Safe Transfers Thank you for your attention