Case Studies


 
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ROWAN DRILLING

"It is critical that crew members know how to operate the single most important piece of life saving equipment on the rig under extreme conditions."

Mike Lawson, Vice President, Health, Safety, Environment, Training and Marine Support, Rowan Drilling

 
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SURVIVAL SYSTEMS TRAINING LIMITED

"The availability of lifeboat simulator technology allows SSTL to offer training options previously considered impractical or unsafe in conventional training."

Dan Latremouille, Operations Manager, Survival Systems Training Limited

 
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PROSAFE

"Simulator training is more realistic than conventional lifeboat training as it exposes coxswains to emergency evacuation scenarios. The lifeboat simulator allows the crew to develop ‘muscle memory’ and to be more likely to perform well in an emergency situation".

Captain Mike Jubb, Offshore Installation Manager, Prosafe

 

Industry Case Studies


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Sinking of US Cargo Vessel SS El Faro Atlantic Ocean, Northeast of Acklins and Crooked Island, Bahamas

October 1, 2015

“On Thursday, October 1, 2015, the SS El Faro, a 40-year-old cargo ship owned by TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico and operated by TOTE Services, Inc., was on a regular route from Jacksonville, Florida, to San Juan, Puerto Rico, when it foundered and sank in the Atlantic Ocean about 40 nautical miles northeast of Acklins and Crooked Island, Bahamas.”

 

PILOT STUDY - ALL WEATHER PSC TRAINING PROGRAM USING SIMULATION

“A Pilot Study, to determine if a simulation based training program could be used in an Approved MED-PSC course as the primary means to evaluate the competence of students in launching, operating, maneuvring and recovery of lifeboats and rescue boats, was submitted by Georgian College to Transport Canada Marine Safety and Security (TCMSS) for consideration.”

 

PILOT STUDY - SIMULATION IN SURVIVAL CRAFT TRAINING

“A Pilot Study, supporting a simulator program related to launching and operation of a survival craft, as part of a proposed training course, has been advanced for consideration to Transport Canada Marine Safety and Security (TCMSS).”