Vessel Supervision
1° Assistant Engineer
2°/3° Assistant Engineer
2°/3° Mate
Chief Engineer
Chief Mate
Electrical/Electronical Assistant
Master
Mechanic Assistant (offshore)
 

1° Assistant Engineer

 

Mission Tasks

Ensures the efficient functioning and maintenance of all machinery / equipment onboard the Vessel.

 

Professional Skills

1) Becomes familiar with and maintains awareness of he relevant Company requirements and where applicable, the latest industry codes and standards including statutory rules and regulations. 2) Insures that all workspace activities are carried out in a manner consistent with Safety and Quality procedures and practices. 3) Co-operates with Chief Engineer to develop recommendations for periodical repair work and modifications. 4) Surveys, tests and maintains all machinery / equipment in accordance with classification, legal and company requirements. 5) Attends for maintenance and repairs all Company owned equipment onboard which may be operated from the vessel. 6) Attends offloading of fuel and the refuelling of vessels. 7) Ensures all mechanical works are carried out to an acceptable standard. 8) Carries out all routine tests on Emergency Systems alarms on a regular basis. 9) Co-operates with Chief Engineer for efficient and timely ordering of spares - planning maintenance. 10) Performs duties within the Vessels emergency team as indicated in Emergency Preparedness Manual. 11) Ensure compliance with SAIPEM permit to work system, isolation standards.

 
 

2°/3° Assistant Engineer

 

Mission Tasks

Ensure the efficient functioning and maintenance of all machinery / equipment onboard the Vessel.

 

Professional Skills

1) Becomes familiar with and maintain awareness of the relevant Company requirements and where applicable, the latest industry codes and standards including statutory rules and regulations. 2) Ensures all workspace activities are carried out in a manner consistent with Company policies for safety, quality and environmental matters and in accordance with Corporate / Department specific procedures. 3) Co-operates with superintendent in developing recommendations forwinter repair work and modifications. 4) Surveys, tests and maintains all machinery / equipment in accordance with classification, legal and commpany requirements. 5) Supervises the maintainance and repair of all Company owned equipment onboard which may be operated from the vessel. 6) Supervises offloading of fuel and the refuelling of vessels. 7) Documents changes / as-built drawing packages for all system to reflect current status. 8) Ensures all mechanical, electrical and electronic works are carried out to an acceptable standard. 9) Carries out all routine tests on Emergency Systems alarms on a regular basis as per 1st Engineer instruction. 10) Ensures safe and efficient operation and maintenance of all Company's machinery onboard. 11) Ensures the efficient and timely ordering of spares. 12) Fulfils any additional duties within own experience and capability as advised by Department Head / Supervisor. 13) Performs duties within the emergency teams as lifeboat coxwainand man over board rescue craft. 14) Ensure compliance with SAIPEM permit to work system, isolation standards.

 
 

2°/3° Mate

 

Mission Tasks

Co-operates with Chief Mate to ensure efficient operation of positioning and ballast systems during installation activities.

 

Professional Skills

1) Co-operates with the Chief Mate as regards the operations of loading, moving the anchors, coordination of support vessels and movement of the ballast. 2) Carries out watch duty during navigation and during operations of positioning. 3) Sees to such checks of all the navigation equipment and instruments as are necessary. 4) Periodically carries out checks at the fire fighting stations; sees to the maintenance and substitution of the equipment provided. The inspection, any irregularities noticed and the corrective action undertaken must be reported to the superior officers who will see that they are recorded in the general, accounting and fire fighting logbooks. 5) Is responsible, if required, for the heliport and also for landing operations of the helicopters. 6) (2ND MATE ONLY) Manages the operation of dynamic positioning systems and operation of mooring and ballast control systems. 7) Performs functions as identified in the vessels emergency preparedness manual. 8) Provides keeping the Naval Publications up-to-date. 9) (2ND MATE ONLY) Operates the GMDSS equipment ensuring mandatory provisions, relating to it's operation as stated in radio regulations.

 
 

Chief Engineer

 

Mission Tasks

Ensures the efficient and safe operations of the vessel equipment and systems.

 

Professional Skills

1) Becomes familiar with and maintain awareness of the relevant Company requirements and where applicable, the latest industry Codes and Standards including Statutory Rules and Regulations. 2) Directs all the Vessel Engineers, Mechanics, Electronics and Electricians. 3) Ensures that all workspace activities are carried out in a manner consistent with Safety and Quality procedures and practices. 4) Develops with superintendent and Master recommendations for periodical repair work and modifications. 5) Ensures the technical maintenance of the vessel and the equipment on board, adhering to the scheduled maintenance of the vessel equipment, in accordance with classifications, legal and company requirements. 6) Supervises off loading of fuel and the refuelling of vessels according Master's instructions. 7) Documens changes / as-built drawing packages for all system to reflect current status. 8) Carries out all routine tests on Emergency Systems alarms on a regular basis. 9) Manages efficient and timely ordering of spares. 10) Is reponsible for the functioning and maintenance of all the equipment onboard. 11) Writes all technical status reports. 12) Fulfils any additional duties within own experience and capability as advised by Department Head / Supervisor.

 
 

Chief Mate

 

Mission Tasks

Assists the Master in the safe and efficient running of the Vessel.

 

Professional Skills

1) The Chief Mate manages the deck following the indications of the Master. 2) He guards during the navigation and the operatives phases of the vessel; collaborates with the Master in the definition and execution of the navigation plans, mooring, anchor positioning and coordination of naval units of support. 3) He menages personnally the archives of endowments subject to expiration maintaining himself adjourned on the national and international legislation that controls their validity and it signals the necessity of renovation to the Master with enough advance to allow the convocation of the officials and the errands of visit. 4) He handles the controls' execution to verify the state of efficiency of the ship. 5) He provides so that the crew operates with discipline and efficiency; he takes care of the education of the officers subordinates; he menages the exercise and the education of the crew for the defense fireproof, the safety of the ship and the antipollution one; it handles the application of the safety regulations. 6) He defines and applies, following the dispositions of the Master, the programs related to the operations of anchors, positioning of load, unload, motion of the ballasts and of getting ready of the safety units. 7) He collaborates with the Master and the Marine Operation Superintendent to the definition of the programs related to the maintenance works; handles the realization of the programs of maintenance; directs the jobs of his competence. 8) He signals the applications of necessary materials to the Master to maintain the activity and the efficiency of the Sections covered. 9) He collaborates with the sanitary service of edge for the weekly inspections to the provisions (provisions and water), to the places and the lodgings of the crew; he compiles special minutes to deliver to the Master. 10) He ensures the execution of the operations of loading and unloading of the materials, pipes, etc. 11) He supports the assistant Superintendent in the carrying out of the seafaring works. 12) Manages the operation of dynamic positioning systems and operation of mooring and ballast control systems. 13) Operates the GMDSS equipment ensuring mandatory provisions, relating to it's operation as stated in radio regulations. 14) Ensures that all construction activities on the vessel, platform, barges and supporting vessels are carried out in a safe manner and in adherence to the Company QHSE Policy, Statutory Regulations and guidelines.

 
 

Electrical/Electronical Assistant

 

Mission Tasks

Ensures correct operation of on-board electrical/electronic equipment, ensuring the respect of HSE and quality procedures and practices.

 

Professional Skills

complex equipment), intervening accordingly to modify equipment and/or restore optimum operating conditions. 2) Co-ordinates other personnel responsible for installation and routine/non-routine maintenance. 3) Defines maintenance work in order of priority and draw up a maintenance frequency schedule. 4) Stocks the required quantity of materials through the establishment of minimum and maximum stock levels in order to guarantee work continuity and orders spare parts for scheduled maintenance in good time. 5) Supervises and carries out work on electrical/electronic equipment. 6) Supervises upgrading work and/or equipment modifications. 7) Monitors compliance with project requirements and identifies the technical elements required to improve works. 8) Supervises personnel training in the work place. 9) Ensures that work activities are carried out in complete compliance to safety procedures and practices. 10) Guarantees the efficiency of the electronic equipments of the dynamic position systems .

 
 

Master

 

Mission Tasks

Ensures the safe, economical and efficient running of the vessel, in accordance with Statutory Legislation and Company policy and procedures

 

Professional Skills

1) The vessel Master has full authority as defined in the Flag State's Maritime Law. 2) The vessel Master is responsible for the safety and integrity of the vessel. Should a hazardous situation, accident, emergency or evacuation, abandon ship situation arise, he will co-ordinate all activities and decide what actions will be taken. Safety duties and responsibilities are explained fully in the HSE and Emergency Preparedness Procedures. 3) The vessel Master is responsible for: - ensuring the safe, economical and efficient running of the vessel. - implementing and managing the Company's Healt & Safety & Environmental policies onboard the vessel. - ensuring all workscope activities are carried out in a manner consistent with Safety and Quality procedures and practices. - organizing and carrying out all the required safety and emergency drills as required by Company and Client and regulatory authorities. - organizing the maritime personnell work. - scheduling all marine crew rotations during operations and stand-by. - directing the marine crew and also the construction crew in emergency situations. - providing for the monitoring and control of all persons embarking/dis-embarking the vessel and maintaining a list of personnel onboard. - ensuring the vessel's stability, the loading/unloading activities and the supply vessel movements to and from the vessel. - collaborates with the Chief Engineer on the definition of maintenance and installation programs. - taking the necessary actions required to meet regulatory authority requirements. - attending the official ship's documents file, keeping himself informed about the national and international legislation which regulates their validity. - fulfilling any additional duties within own experience and capability as advised by Department Head/Supervisor. - Operating the GMDSS equipment ensuring mandatory provisions, relating to it's operation as stated in radio regulations.

 
 

Mechanic Assistant (offshore)

 

Mission Tasks

Ensures the efficiency of offshore equipment, its effective use and the correct application of maintenance schedules, ensuring the respect of HSE and quality procedures and practices.

 

Professional Skills

With the supervision of the Chief Engineer: 1) Manages site equipment, guaranteeing its continuous operation through routine/non-routine maintenance and repairs. 2) Defines maintenance work in order of priority and draw up a maintenance frequency schedule. 3) Stocks the required quantity of materials through the establishment of minimum and maximum stock levels in order to guarantee work continuity and orders spare parts for scheduled maintenance in good time. 4) Supervises and co-ordinates mechanics in order to ensure that work is carried out in compliance with quality requirements and established time schedules. 5) Applies safety procedures. 6) Liaises with and notify the technical departments at head office of the activities carried out and any problems encountered.