solution for all phases of material handling processes
Axess Group offers
a fully developed system covering all stages of offshore material handling
procedures—from concept phase to decommissioning. We ensure you meet regulatory
requirements and achieve maximum uptime through our engineering competencies
and unique data solution.
Safety Authority (PSA) requires that all mobile offshore units operating in the
Norwegian Continental Shelf must have a material handling plan. At Axess, our design
review of offshore handling is aligned with NORSOK R-002, an international
standard supported by Norwegian petroleum industry organizations. Implementing
these technical requirements for lifting equipment at the early stage of design
and construction phases allow us to deliver optimal solutions for a safe and
cost-efficient offshore operations.
MATERIAL HANDLING DATABASE
Norwegian petroleum energy sector, all items over 25kg which are expected to be
moved during the lifetime of an installation need a dedicated mechanical
handling plan. With our online material handling database, MHPᵀᴹ, our clients
can easily access individual equipment lifting plans for all items above 25
kgs, by searching the database, via the items serial number, wherever and whenever
needed. Our online database is a valuable tool to secure continuity in
operation and minimising down time in the event of equipment failure or
ü Secure reliable operations
ü Improve Health, Safety and Environment
ü Avoid downtime
ü Ensure compliance with national laws and
ü Increase economic margins
ü Prevent damage on structure
ü Increase technical integrity
ü Comply with regulatory requirements
WHAT WE PROVIDE:
- Description of all material handling equipment.
- Description of standardised dimensions, orientation, foundations and suspension points of the lifting equipment.
- Requirements regarding certification and marking of foundations and suspension points of the lifting equipment.
- Description of the most important methods of material handling in connection with internal transportation routes within the installation.
- Description of function, size and location of storage space and laydown areas.
- Description of any element to be handled weighing more than 25kg, including identification number, location, weight, dimension, expected maintenance/replacement intervals, type of lifting equipment, lifting/handling procedures, transportation route, etc.
- Requirements regarding transportation routes/roads including the width and height of the different areas.
- Description of goods handling to/from the helideck
- Description of the handling of loading hoses including replacement of hoses.
- Description of areas requiring special protection of equipment.
- Material handling drawings based on 3D plans of pipes and valves including:
ü The entire amount of equipment to be
handled, including lifting gears, monorails, access roads, etc.
ü A table showing identification numbers
of the equipment to be handled, including corresponding identification numbers
of the lifting equipment to be used
ü Loading capacity for areas and