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CHECKLIST IN PREPARATION FOR RIG MOVE

1 Confirm next well as per Company Man instructions

2 Any crew change must be discussed in advance, also supply boats or cargo

Sea bed survey available. Date of survey,


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comments______________________________________

If no recent survey is available, Sonar scan to be conducted on arrival.


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SEABAT WORKING?

Confirm from Atlantic Navigation Limited Captains if there is a ‘NO GO’ for next
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jacket (pref upon receiving KJO schedule)

6 Marine Notices studied, and if any effect on the rig move

7 BA Chart corrections from NM web search made for applicable charts

Weather forecast favorable – prognosis for duration of rig-move & present


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including RADAR SCAN

9 Wind and current combination too strong during rig move

10 Limits – wind over 20 knots, swell over 1.3m

11 Visibility more than 1 nautical mile

Confirm visually if possibly, and from Gathering Station, that the destination
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jacket is clear

Perform the tank soundings & stability calculations. Confirm that both are
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satisfactory per MOM

14 Check 4 drain valves for voids, then shut the same

Check to make sure that there is grease available to grease the legs rack and
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gear

Make a thorough deck inspection that equipment is secure, no ropes and


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hoses hanging over-board.

Environmental checks are completed. Make sure that the deck is clean (no oil
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on the deck)

18 Skips and crude oil drums not over full and spill containments empty

19 Storage room covers in place and secured

20 Laser and measuring rope ready on stern for checking jacket distances

21 Towing pendant lowering winch tested and ready in case of emergency

Check the GPS and DGPS are on and correct way points are set. Check
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RADAR working

23 Gangway picked up and secured on deck

24 Confirm that the rpe move safety meeting has been held

25 Check VHF radio settings, one radio f/channel 71 and one for each supervisor
on working channel 72

Check to make sure that the portable radios are working and are on the correct
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frequency.

Contact support boats on the vicinity to assist in case of emergency (if not
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standby or tow boat is available)

28 Floating ballast if required to be added before jacking down

29 Check to make sure the deep well tower is up

30 Announcement is to be made to close watertight doors and hatches

Conform all watertight doors are closed prior to jacking down (to remain closed
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throughout move)

32 Cranes lowered and hooks secured

33 Set Thruster Steering Control to Remote Position in Thruster room

34 Set propeller switch to HFU/NFU on bridge console

Chief engineer to confirm if the day tank has sufficient fuel and valve closed
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after fuel transfer

36 Chief engineer to confirm Bilges dry

Chief engineer to confirm satisfactory status of machinery, aux. equipment,


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bilge pumps, min 3 engines

38 Record leg counter readings, check for proper operation when jacking down

39 Jack rig up prior jacking down to release the brakes

Chief mate on stern, other crew on legs & deep well with radios to monitor legs
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& drafts.

Lubrication Instructions in the BMC jacking system manual to be followed,


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ready to grease racks

42 Check both steering pumps and non follow up is working

43 Excessive movement felt after jacking down into the water

Check WATERTIGHT INTEGRITY at Draft 6 ft or as appropriate, subject to


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weather & swell

Once in water, run both propulsion engines & bow thruster and that all
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readings are correct

Check the propulsion & steering controls are centered before changing over aft
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to fwd or vice versa

47 Verify deck scupper plugs are all set in position after rig is elevated on location