We use the latest software and tablet technology to capture potential dropped objects Odfjell RIS use a 21st century web based work scoping and live reporting tool which is driven by tablet based inputs from onshore and the offshore inspection teams.
“Incremental” web based reporting means that during DROPS inspections a daily Corrective Action Register (CAR) will be uploaded to the client portal for viewing during the offshore execution phase by the offshore and onshore rig management. This CAR will highlight the daily observations and findings of the inspection team. This document acts as a scope punch list. Through a pre-arranged process of collaboration it is possible for members of the inspection team to Close Out items on the CAR as the offshore execution phase progresses.
The report elements include the prioritised summary of findings, the CAR punch list and the «as found» survey and secondary retention audit. All items are referenced to the client inspection criteria, normally the DROPS Forum Best Practice Guidelines or the SfS Best Practice Safe Securing Handbook.
The DROPS safe securing check lists are preloaded for all the fixtures and fittings in the derrick. Productivity is enhanced at the offshore location as the picture books and reports are generated immediately without man hours being spent in doors compiling lengthy photographic reports.
This “same day” reporting also allows the monitoring of DROPS corrective action close out campaigns as these are achieved offshore.