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Bell Diving Supervisor A Bell Diving Supervisor must have passed both air diving and bell diving modules of the certification scheme and be qualified to supervise all diving operations, including those in deck chambers.
Based on this information, the procedures must then need to state how these hazards and risks can be controlled. Again such vessels can be used in a number of situations, but they still must be carefully assessed prior to the project to ensure that the limitations of the vessel are nevertheless acceptable in relation to the proposed work scope and envisaged environmental considerations.
For diving within the scope of this COP, divers must refresh their qualification at appropriate intervals. In certain circumstances such as a contractual or legislative requirement specific documentation and procedures covering the intended scope of work should be prepared and submitted to the client for approval.
This will be recorded in the diving operations log. Detailed advice on how they can ensure this is given in various sections of this COP.
All such clamps must have pressure indicators and interlocks to ensure that they cannot be released while under pressure.
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All diving equipment used in such an area must comply with the safety regulations for that area. The range of vessels falling in to this category is substantial but some of the smaller or earlier generation vessels may still have some limitations which may well require careful consideration. Divers with recognized diving first-aid certificates may choose to complete a general first-aid course rather than a diving specific course, the curriculum of which must be equivalent to the UK-HSE First-Aid course.
These factors must be considered during the risk assessment. Their content should be considered as sound advice rather than a fixed requirement. For safe operation, this may need to include additional deck support personnel and other management or technical support personnel, such as project engineers or maintenance technicians. It must be designed with a chain or gate at the entry and exit point to prevent the divers falling out, and with suitable hand holds for the divers.
Lift Bag A bag which is filled with air or gas to provide up-lift to an underwater object. Extended work periods offshore without a break reduce safety awareness.
Some examples of these are listed in the references at the end of this document. It is the responsibility of the Diving Supervisor to assess all available information before deciding to conduct, to continue or to finish diving operations.
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For dives to depths less than 60fsw and manula involving decompression, the standby diver may be deployed as a working diver providing all of the following conditions are met ref. Breathing mixtures other than oxygen and nitrogen or air will normally be used when diving takes place deeper than 50 m of water. Wherever practicable, dives should also be video taped preferably via a head mounted camera so as to keep the divers hands free.
While such vessels can be used successfully in many situations, they must be carefully assessed prior to the project and a clear decision made that the limitations of the vessel are nevertheless acceptable in relation to the proposed work scope and envisaged environmental consideration.
Such a system may be based on either passage of time or amount of use, but ideally will be based on a combination of both. Good communication is a vital factor in reducing the possibility of accidents.
However, the following matters are a minimum level of information to be recorded: Six personnel are considered as a minimum team size see Section use. If so, how often? ADNOC-COPV Page 40 of 82 ADNOC Trainees will often form part of the team but will not normally be allowed to take over the functions of the person training them unless that person remains in control, is present to oversee their actions, and the handover does not affect the safety of the operation.
Relevant previous experience supervising similar operations will demonstrate a suitable level of competence. Diving should therefore be undertaken only by professional contractors, with scope of work, controls and deliverables required being managed by use Group Company.
Diving Supervisors must also ensure that they understand the implications of any other limitations which apply to vessels and deployment systems. The time required for this review, the depth of detail reviewed and the checks necessary to confirm competence, will depend on the complexity of the task involved and the hazards associated with the operation.
For each major unit, the system must identify the andoc with which each task is to be undertaken and who should do the work. The dive plan for such work must consider all the relevant safety implications of using this technique instead of the use of a closed bell. Are there procedures provided by the Contractor to ensure diver emergency and specific diving safety drills and evacuation drills are conducted at regular intervals? The maintenance shall be carried out by authorised and certified person only.
This includes breathing gas, personal equipment and deployment equipment. Practical steps have been established to reduce the risks arising from this hazard, and these must be included in the dive plan [Ref. Therefore, it requires regular inspection, maintenance and testing to ensure it is fit for use, e.
Isolation maunal energy systems shall proceed if: