Seacamel provides trainings to get familiair with heavy lifting and transport.
  1. Heavy Transport, Lifting, Shipping Offshore Training (3 or 4 days). Download Brochure

  1. Making a cargo securing manual (IMO Resolution A714.17) (2 days advanced)

Characteristic for heavy lifting and transport is the absence of standardization, which requires unique transport planning for 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. Such undertaking requires:
  1. Planning
  2. The procedure and techniques of handling heavy lifting
  3. Team work and team coordination
  4. Investigation and preparation of the infrastructure
  5. Equipment selection and preparation
  6. Safety and work-flow in the loading process of heavy lift cargo
Excellent Transport Engineering and dedicated Project Management is a truly indispensable element in planning projects of this nature. Special set of skills and knowledge is required to undertake such project. This three day workshop equips and furnishes participants with necessary tools, skills and understanding to undertake such projects.

  1. Lifting Engineers, Operations Managers,
  2. Construction Engineers, Onshore/Offshore Project Managers,
  3. Transport & Lifting Supervisors,
  4. Freight Forwarders, Structural Engineers,
  5. HSE Managers, Offshore Installation Engineers
In addition to practical exercises, we engage and assess the 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 developed by Socrative the class can further collaborate, discuss, extend and grow as a community of learners.
Thanks a lot for your message inclusive the contacts of the other participants of the training. Furthermore I would like to thank you for the really 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’ve 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.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen/ kind regards

i.V. Gernot Öder
Mammoet Germany
Manager Crane - and Transport - Projects