Unique skills are required to deal with the characteristic of heavy lifting and transport. Each project involving items that are oversized and impossible to split over different scheduled services. They need to be transported from one place to another and then lifted or installed into place.
Training improves business performance and increases the safety of your operations. We provide both in-company and public training for heavy lift and transport operations and the preparation of cargo securing manuals.
“Good explanations with lots of concrete cases.”
Heloise Vignal, A2Sea, Naval Architect
“Kudos Thank you Rob for excellent heavy transport and lifting training at Rotterdam. It was a pleasure! #GreatPresentation #training #heavylifting.”
Timo Vanhala, Cargo Superintendent, Ship Management and Port operations Finnlines
“Rob is good to adjust the discussion to meet the participants” expectation and able to explain questions clearly.”
Mohd Zahren, DHL
The training we provide
Principles for Heavy Transport, Lifting and Shipping, 3 days (optional Offshore plus 1 days).
Principles for Heavy Transport, Lifting and Shipping (and Offshore) (3 or 4 days).
From seller to site, over land and water, heavy transportation and lifting involve a variety of specialised load handling equipment and qualified people. From contract signing to project execution, all aspects of heavy transport and lifting affect the overall project.
This course is designed to train personnel and organizations involved with heavy lifting, barge operations and transports to work more efficient, effective and safer.
Making a cargo securing manual (IMO Resolution A714.17) (2 days advanced).
For ships carrying cargo units, it is mandatory to have a Cargo Securing Manual (CSM) on board. The Code of Safe Practice for Cargo Stowage and Securing (CSS Code) is to provide an international standard to promote the safe stowage and securing of cargoes
For tug-barge combinations, it is highly recommended to go through the same process to improve the safety of the transport and reduce the cost and time for seafastenings.
This course is designed to learn engineers and organizations involved in ship and barge transports how to make a cargo securing manual.
Who should attend?
- Lifting Engineers, Operations Managers,
- Construction Engineers, Onshore/Offshore (Wind) Project Managers,
- Transport & Lifting Supervisors,
- Freight Forwarders, Structural Engineers,
- HSE Managers, Offshore Installation Engineers
How do we train?
In addition to practical exercises, we engage and assess the participants with educational activities on tablets, laptops and smartphones. Through the use of real-time questioning, instant result aggregation and visualization, we can gauge the whole class current level of understanding.
By using the interactive software, the class can further collaborate, discuss, extend and grow as a community of learners.
For classroom training, we provide both in-company and public training. Since the public classroom events have come to a stop, we are now in the process of converting the training to online courses. You can always contact us for more information about the training.
You can also order the slides only.
- Perhaps you want to have the slides to be better prepared for the training
- You may want to have a preview before ordering the full training for yourselves or your personnel
- Perhaps you feel that the slides just will do for now
- Perhaps you are not able to attend a training
- You may have doubts about whether this training is suitable in your situation. You can also contact us about this. We’d be happy to inform you and look at the opportunities together.
“Friendly, new knowledge and knowledge sharing together”
Nuntasak Suksut, SHE Supervisor, Thai Polycarbonate Co., Ltd
Kuala Lumpur 2019
“Real crash course for heavy lift shipping.”
Nikhil Mathew. Naval Architect, Hoppe Marine, Germany
“The course teaches me a few important things with regard to my work. The trainer is very knowledgeable and answers all the questions raised. Overall this is a good course for me.”
Mohammad Nur Awn, Baker Engineering PTE
“Very good training. I was not aware that I am unconscious incompetent at some of my work.”
John Song, Mechanical Engineering SRC
“interesting Heavy Lift Training in Aberdeen.
I myself enjoyed it very much and I think it was also a very nice and good mixed group as well. I have learned a lot and received also another point of view of several things and operations we execute in our daily business in projects. As already mentioned, if there will be a need for a naval specialist during a Mammoet operation I know for sure where we can find it.”
Gernot Öder, Mammoet Germany, Manager Crane and Transport Projects
“Good location, good teacher, good attendees”
Parkpoom Tidsuksai, Sr. SHE Section Manager, Thai Polycarbonate Co., Ltd
Kuala Lumpur 2019
“Lot of information!”
Carlo Azul, Project assistant, Silverstreak transport corp
“The training has a wide scope of the job we carry out and which we think is okay for us! With the course attended I would recommend the course to all who are involved on the maths related to lifting operations on ships.”
Zong Zingdong, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
“Good presentation and samples.”
Arumugam Manickam, National project manager KUEHNE+NAGEL SDN BHD
“Very good cause for offshore installation engineer.”
Azlan Bin Abu Bakar, Installation (staff), Petronas
“This is good training in shipping training perspective.”
Yew Moon Juen, Senior Refinery Supervisor SRC