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The practical approach on building competency for performance. New standards in post Macondo perspective. Introducing Maersk Training. Fully owned by A.P. Moller - Maersk Group . Independent Learning provider with HQ in Svendborg , DK Focus on the Oil and Gas, Maritime and Wind industries.

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introducing maersk training
Introducing Maersk Training
  • Fully owned by A.P. Moller - Maersk Group .
  • Independent Learning provider with HQ in Svendborg , DK
  • Focus on the Oil and Gas, Maritime and Wind industries.
  • OPEN TO ALL CUSTOMERS
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Maersk Training Globally

Stavanger, Norway

Aberdeen, UK

Newcastle, UK

Svendborg, Denmark

Esbjerg, Denmark

Dubai, UAE

Chennai, India

Singapore

Brazil

background building competency for performance
Background- Building competency for performance
  • An internal task force was established post the Macondo incident to identify and develop advanced training simulations with the objectives to:
    • Enhance drilling teams ability to handle worst case scenarios
    • Pro actively plan and prepare for drilling operations
    • Focusing on crew resource management and human factor aspects
  • Joint partnership between Maersk Training and Maersk Drilling
background building competency for performance1
Background - Building competency for performance
  • It isn't something new !!!!
  • On October 14, 1977, a gas blowout occurred in the Vagn-l exploratory well being drilled from the Maersk Explorer jackup rig.
  • Result “Maersk Drilling Training Centre”
  • Today “Maersk Training”
vision building competency for performance
Vision - Building competency for performance
  • To train crews in teams in departments and operations interactions
  • To give a far more realistic training (rig/unit specific)
  • To obtain a commercial advantage
  • Set new training standards
mission building competency for performance
Mission- Building competency for performance
  • Development of an advanced drilling simulator environment enabling team training and competence development focusing on:
    • High standard technical training
    • Efficient and safe operations (Emergency response)
    • Leadership and team interaction
    • People performance
    • Succession planning (acceleration programs)
    • Sustaincompany culture and values
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Achieving Zero Incidents

  • Behaviour change due to risks.
  • People cannot change behaviour or habits, if they are not aware of risks and correct behaviour.
  • Risks are objective and will be interpreted individually.
  • Not all risks are visible.
  • Acknowledge right/wrong behaviour on the job or in a training situation.
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Achieving Zero Incidents

  • Behaviour change due to risks.
  • Culture
  • The right feedback after a working/training session will make decision making feel natural.
  • Communication, both in - and between departments.
  • Competencies = Experience + Knowledge
  • Understanding of operations and underlying theory makes decisions feel natural.
  • Skills decay over time, requiring continuously practice.
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Performance based training

Behaviour change will be most effective when connected to realistic situations.

  • Daily life situations are normally not critical.
  • Using simulated scenarios brings people closer to possible critical situations.
  • A high level of realism will increase competencies and job performance.
  • Communication
  • Both daily and emergency scenarios must be trained.
  • Team development
  • Training of interdepartmental cooperation for proper response in daily and critical situations.
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Competence Maintenance

Drilling crew

IWCF/IADC

Compliance training.

Competence assurance

Team Based

Maintain and add on existing competencies

Team development

Knowledge sharing in safe environmentPractical experience of tools, theory and methods

Onboard (Option )

1-2 hours online assessments. Multiple choice every 3 months.

1-2 hours onboard simulator exercises every 6 months.

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Learning retention

Drilling

Team Based

Team Based

Team Based

Team Based

IWCF

IWCF

IWCF

IWCF

Resulting

On-Board

2 year

4 year

6 year

8 year

0 year

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TEAM BASED WELL CONTROL

The value of team-based training

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Learning retention

Dynamic Positioning

DP refresher

DP refresher

DP refresher

DP refresher

DP Certificate

Resulting

On-Board

2 year

4 year

6 year

8 year

0 year

topics and functionalities that can be trained
Topics and functionalities that can be trained
  • Rig specific drilling operation for Jack Ups, Semi Subs and Drill Ships.
  • Bridge and Central Control room: DP, Ballast, general and emergency operation.
  • Crane training for Jack Up, Semi Sub, FPSO and construction vessels.
  • Engine room general and emergency operation.
  • Emergency response for shore base personnel.
  • Combination of simulators for team development, communication and emergency awareness.
topics and functionalities that can be trained1
Topics and functionalities that can be trained
  • Performance Enhancing training for new-build Drillship
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Performance Enhancing 11 Sep. 2013 - MT executed probably the larges interdepartmental training in the civilian world.55 Participants14 InstructorsCombining: Drilling, Bridge/DP/Ballast, Rig Emergency Room, Engine Room, Crane, Emergency room at Shore Emergency room in Head Quarter.

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Performance Enhancing

  • Learning objectives
  • The main objective is to create and establish sustainable behaviour that supports and increases rig performance at all levels

Purpose

To establish a no-excuse rig performance culture based on a high level of personal responsibility, strong operational teams and clear cross-rig communication.

Behavioural impact

High retention, lower sickness absence, better decision behaviour, lower friction level.

Business impact

Decrease in LTI, increased uptime, Rig efficiency and MD client satisfaction.

  • Learning Objectives – Individual Track
  • Strong personal insights and portable skills for teamwork
  • Knowledge of own role and impact as a MD rig crew member
  • Learning Objectives – Full Rig Track
  • Proven feedback practice at all levels and between all levels
  • Visual white book with best practices from all operational teams
  • Learning Objectives – Team Track
  • Implemented practice of problem solving and decision making in teams
  • Common approach to trust and team performance
overview

Offshore support vessel bridge/ Tow master station

Overview

Rig control room

RMS

Seaflex

RMS

MCS

Riser Management System

simulator

DP

Offshore crane

Ballast/fuel operation

Server exchanging data

Engine-, control-, switch board room

Communication: Phone, PA, Traffic light

Server exchanging data

Drilling simulator

Power/ tank measurements

RMS

MCS