Marine Personnel Regulations (SOR/2007-115)

Regulations are current to 2019-06-20 and last amended on 2019-03-04. Previous Versions

PART 1Certification (continued)

Mobile Offshore Unit Certificates (continued)

Offshore Installation Manager, MOU/self-elevating

 An applicant for an Offshore Installation Manager, MOU/self-elevating certificate shall meet the requirements set out in column 1 of the table to this section and the corresponding specifications set out in column 2.

TABLE

ItemColumn 1Column 2
RequirementsSpecifications
1Experience

At least 42 months of service, including assisting in at least 20 cargo transfer operations at sea between an MOU and a supply vessel, assisting in at least 4 complete relocation moves of an MOU/self-elevating and assisting in at least 20 helicopter landings on and departures from an MOU, which service shall comprise the following:

  • (a) at least 9 months as a barge supervisor, maintenance supervisor, toolpusher, tourpusher, chief mate or equivalent to chief mate, on one or more vessels that are MOU/self-elevating; and

  • (b) any remaining time in any position specified in Chapter 3 of TP 2293 on one or more MOUs.

2Certificates, or their approved equivalents, to be provided to the examiner

The applicant shall provide the following certificates or, as an alternative, in the case of each certificate referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f), a certificate referred to in the Canadian East Coast Offshore Petroleum Industry, Standard Practice for the Training and Qualification of Personnel, published by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, if the Minister has determined it to be equivalent to the relevant certificate:

  • (a) MED with respect to STCW basic safety;

  • (b) MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats;

  • (c) MED in advanced fire fighting;

  • (d) MED for senior officers or the Command and Control and Management of Major Emergencies training course described in TP 10937;

  • (e) MOU courses set out in TP 10937 with respect to

    • (i) basic offshore survival,

    • (ii) stability, MOU/self-elevating,

    • (iii) hydrogen sulphide (H2S) training, and

    • (iv) supervisor, offshore well control;

  • (f) marine advanced first aid; and

  • (g) meteorology if the applicant has not passed the written examination referred to in paragraph 3(b).

3Pass examinations
  • (a) Navigation safety, level 1;

  • (b) meteorology, level 2 if the certificate referred to in paragraph 2(g) is not provided; and

  • (c) oral examination on general seamanship with respect to an MOU/self-elevating, after meeting the other requirements of this table.

Barge Supervisor, MOU/surface

 An applicant for a Barge Supervisor, MOU/surface certificate shall meet the requirements set out in column 1 of the table to this section and the corresponding specifications set out in column 2.

TABLE

ItemColumn 1Column 2
RequirementsSpecifications
1Hold a certificateMaster, Near Coastal.
2Experience

At least 12 months of service, including assisting in at least 10 cargo transfer operations at sea between an MOU/surface and a supply vessel, assisting in at least 2 complete relocation moves of an MOU/surface and assisting in at least 10 helicopter landings on and departures from an MOU, which service shall comprise the following:

  • (a) at least 6 months as a watchkeeping mate on board one or more MOUs/surface while holding a Master, Near Coastal certificate; and

  • (b) any remaining time made up of any combination of service as a driller, a watchkeeping mate, an engineer, a maintenance supervisor or a toolpusher.

3Certificates, or their approved equivalents, to be provided to the examiner

The applicant shall provide the following certificates or, as an alternative, in the case of each certificate referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f), a certificate referred to in the Canadian East Coast Offshore Petroleum Industry, Standard Practice for the Training and Qualification of Personnel, published by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, if the Minister has determined it to be equivalent to the relevant certificate:

  • (a) MED with respect to STCW basic safety;

  • (b) MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats;

  • (c) MED in advanced fire fighting;

  • (d) MED for senior officers or the Command and Control and Management of Major Emergencies training course described in TP 10937;

  • (e) MOU courses described in TP 10937 with respect to

    • (i) basic offshore survival,

    • (ii) stability and ballast control, MOU/surface, and

    • (iii) hydrogen sulphide (H2S) training; and

  • (f) marine advanced first aid.

4Pass an examinationOral examination on general seamanship with respect to an MOU/surface, after meeting the other requirements of this table.

Barge Supervisor, MOU/self-elevating

 An applicant for a Barge Supervisor, MOU/self-elevating certificate shall meet the requirements set out in column 1 of the table to this section and the corresponding specifications set out in column 2.

TABLE

ItemColumn 1Column 2
RequirementsSpecifications
1Experience

At least 12 months of service made up of any combination of service as a toolpusher, a nightpusher, a crane operator, a derrickman, a driller, an assistant driller, a barge supervisor, a barge supervisor trainee, a tourpusher, or an engineering watchkeeper, which service shall include assisting in

  • (a) at least 10 cargo transfer operations at sea between an MOU/self-elevating and a supply vessel;

  • (b) at least 2 complete relocation moves of an MOU/self-elevating; and

  • (c) at least 10 helicopter landings on and departures from an MOU.

2Certificates, or their approved equivalents, to be provided to the examiner

The applicant shall provide the following certificates or, as an alternative, in the case of each certificate referred to in paragraphs (a) to (f), a certificate referred to in the Canadian East Coast Offshore Petroleum Industry, Standard Practice for the Training and Qualification of Personnel, published by the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, if the Minister has determined it to be equivalent to the relevant certificate:

  • (a) MED with respect to STCW basic safety;

  • (b) MED training with respect to proficiency in survival craft and rescue boats other than fast rescue boats;

  • (c) MED in advanced fire fighting;

  • (d) MED for senior officers or the Command and Control and Management of Major Emergencies training course described in TP 10937;

  • (e) MOU courses described in TP 10937 with respect to

    • (i) basic offshore survival,

    • (ii) stability, MOU/self-elevating, and

    • (iii) hydrogen sulphide (H2S) training;

  • (f) marine advanced first aid; and

  • (g) meteorology if the applicant has not passed the written examination referred to in paragraph 3(b).

3Pass examinations
  • (a) Navigation safety, level 1;

  • (b) meteorology, level 2 if the certificate referred to in paragraph 2(g) has not been provided; and

  • (c) oral examination on general seamanship with respect to an MOU/self-elevating, after meeting the other requirements of this table.

 
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