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The Most Technical Offshore Heavy Lift and Transport Training in the World!

  • Improve your technical know-how
  • Minimize your risk
  • Get your staff certified
  • Provide better quality

Who should join?

  • Project Cargo Forwarders, Break Bulk Charterers and Logistics Managers
  • Project Directors, Heavy Lift Specialists, Heavy Lift Engineers
  • Heavy Lift Equipment Operators and Supervisors
  • Shipping Managers and Project Supply Chain Professionals
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Why Attend The Maritime Heavy Lift and Transport Seminar?

  • The answer is quite simple. You are moving equipment worth millions of dollars for your customer. Yet do your people have the necessary know-how and background?
  • Increase your company’s technical know-how!
  • Impress your customers. Increase the quality of your work by improving the technical ability of your workforce.
  • Attend the Heavy Lift Seminar and get your staff accredited.

Details

  • Venue: Dorint Park Hotel, Bremen, Germany
  • Workshop Date: May 26, 2020
  • Registration: 7:30 a.m.
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Cost

Course Fees In USD (min. 15 persons)
Per Person 490.00

Registration

1) To register please fill in the form below. If you have additional questions or comments, please direct them to: events@gpln.net.
2) If you experience any trouble submitting this form, please e-mail: events@gpln.net.

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AGENDA

Time (hrs.) Details
08.00 – 08.30 General Knowledge
08.30 – 10.00 Shipping (Heavy Lift)
10.30 – 10.15 Coffee Break
10.15 – 11.00 Shipping (Heavy Lift)
11.00 – 12.00 Lashing & Securing Sea Freight
12.00 – 12.45 Lunch Break
Time (hrs.) Details
12.45 – 13.15 Lashing & Securing Sea Freight
13.15 – 14.15 Roll On – Roll Off Operations
14.15 – 14.30 Coffee Break
14.30 – 15.15 Offshore Lifting
15.15 – 16.00 Test & Evaluation

SEMINAR DETAILS

  • General Knowledge & Introduction
  • Newton’s laws
  • Basic mathematics
  • General Knowledge & Introduction
  • Principle to standard triangles
  • Force / Friction / Centre of Gravity / Moment

 

 

  • Various types of ships RORO – LOLO
  • Rigging/Slinging
  • Weather influences (forces of wind, water influences)
  • Lifting equipment: Grommets, steel / nylon slings, shackles etc.
  • Sling plan and forces in lifting slings
  • Calculations of forces in slings with Symmetric and Asymmetric loads
  • Calculations of forces using 2, 3 and 4 slings
  • Use of spreader beams, lifting beams
  • Load spreading in vessels
  • Metacenter – GM – Stability
  • Crane capacity
  • Ballast

 

 

  • Forces during movement of cargo
  • Lashing equipment
  • Lashing and securing cargo sea freight
  • Calculations: lashing down and direct lashing
  • Lashing of normal and exceptional cargo
  • Lashing and stowing of cargo in containers and flat racks
  • Key rules for lashing & securing

 

 

  • Necessary information for Ro-Ro operations
  • Tide Tables and Tides and using tidal conditions
  • Roro activities free floating and aground (tidal/non tidal)
  • Roro ramps
  • Basic crane and equipment for roro operationsLoad out / load in with SPMT – Strand jacks – Conventional platform trailers
  • Ballasting of a barge
  • Transport equipment for roro operations: SPMT, Conventional platform trailers
  • Stability of transport equipment. 3 and 4 point suspension

  • Materials and equipment
  • Cranes
  • Calculations
  • Hoisting of personnel
  • Safe use of materials
  • Inspection/certificates
  • Latest developments
  • Anchor handling
  • Rules and regulations
  • Safety

  • Test for all Participants

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR

Our Course Leader: Gert J. Vos

With more than 25 years of experience in heavy transport and project forwarding, GertVos will present you how to handle heavy equipment with cranes, on vehicles, in ships and on barges with all its specific technical details.

Gert Vos started his illustrious career as project manager in 1989 at Van Wezel Transport in the Netherlands. As of 1996 Vos became business unit manager of the transport and lifting department. After the inter-national renowned company Wagenborg took over the Van Wezel Group, Vos became manager of the project department and has since looked after many heavy transport projects on a global scale.

In 2008 he founded HTTC (Heavy Transport Training and Consultancy). He is now working as a consultant and gives in-house training to various multinational engineering and construction companies.

Mr. Vos has linked up with GPLN in 2011 and conducted in the meantime many technical courses around the world.

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