Minimal professional qualifications:
• As per IMCA R002 Document – ROV Personnel
• Relevant previous experience at an appropriate level and competency of offshore drilling, IMR and construction operations with technical background in either or all: Electrical/electronic, hydraulic and mechanical disciplines
• As per IMCA R010 Document – Outline Syllabi for ROV-Related Training Courses: Hydraulics Safety Training
• As per IMCA R010 Document – Outline Syllabi for ROV-Related Training Courses: Rigging & Slinging Training
• As per IMCA R005 Document – High Voltage Equipment : Safety Procedures for Working on ROVs: High Voltage Safety Training
• The ROV Supervisor requires to have had at least 8 years experience offshore in ROV drilling, IMR and construction operations.
• Show and understand of Safety management system, Hazid, JSA’s.
• Manage and mentor ROV Personnel.
• Able to implement Clients requirements and give relevant feedback to all parties throughout the project.
• Compile and complete required reports for projects
The ROV Supervisor has the primary responsibility for the Health, Safety and welfare of the offshore personnel, implementation and monitoring safety management system, offshore system resource management and management of work execution.
These key responsibilities are structured as follows:
• Day to day supervision of the offshore crew and operating on work site.
• When acting as the senior representative offshore, maintaining communications with the clients offshore representative and project engineer.
• Execution of operations and ensuring its timely completion in accordance with the relevant proposal and contact, while remaining within constraints of the project and client safety/operational procedures for all personnel
• Conduction all project briefings with the Clients Representative, vessel/installation Master/OIM, Diver Supervisor, ROV Personnel, ensure that all concerned understand the propose of the operation, and the proposed methods of achieving its completion
• Ensuring that all equipment and stores used by the operations team are in conditions satisfactory in performance, maintenance and calibration necessary to carry out the operation.
• He has the right to terminate the operation if he considers that a malfunction of any part of the system would prejudice the safety and/or satisfactory completion of the operation.
• Ensuring that the daily reporting to the onshore management is undertaken