FROG-3 Passenger Induction Powerpoint Presentation

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FROG-3
INDUCTION PRESENTATION
Rev 03
Introduction
The FROG-3 provides extensive protection from the
4 major risks of personnel transfer; falling, collision,
heavy landings and immersion.
With over a decade in service and over 400 units
operating globally with millions of safe transfers
having taken place, the FROG-3 has achieved an
unrivalled track record.
FROG-3 Key Features:
3 person or 1 person + stretcher capacity
Suitable for MedEvac transfers
Suitable for low to medium volume crew changes
Standard (FS-01) and Arctic (FS-01-M40) options
SWL of 330 kg (727 lbs)
CE Marked
DNV Design Reviewed
MIRA Impact Analysis
5 star Operating Envelope
FROG-3
PASSENGER INDUCTION
FROG-3 Designed to Protect
FALL
PROTECTION
SIDE
IMPACT
PROTECTION
Fitted with
3 point
harness
Rugged
stainless steel
protection
frame
HEAVY
LANDING
PROTECTION
IMMERSION
Impact absorbing
under-seat
suspension,
3 x shock
absorbing feet
Flotation and
self-righting
PPE for Marine Transfer
All personnel must be equipped
with appropriate Personal
Protective Equipment (PPE)
including suitable Personal
Flotation Devices (PFD)
Immersion suits may be
required in harsher
environments
Operators will advise
passengers of the
recommended standards
PPE for Marine Transfer
Style/Type
Picture
Inherently
buoyant
work vest
buoyancy aid
(100 N)
Manual
inflatable
lifejacket
(150 N)
Refer to FROG User Manual for full details
Evaluation
Flat buoyancy panels
are unobtrusive and
allow passengers easy
entry and exit from
seat harness
Recommendation
Acceptable
RML recommend that
any PFD of this type is
tested with seat
harness in FROG for
compatibility
Acceptable
Personnel should not
inflate the PFD whilst
strapped in the FROG
(exception basis)
RML recommend that
this style is used
carefully to prevent
accidental inflation
Pre-Loading
FROG-3 will take 3 seated passengers
(3x90 kg), each with 20 kg of kit
(luggage or tools)
Luggage nets or boxes are fitted to
lower buoyancy panels
Each passenger is assigned a seat by
the deck crew
Check at the assigned pre-lifting
safe area:
Have you seen the FROG induction
video?
Have you have checked your
life jacket?
Await instruction from the deck crew
to begin embarkation
Luggage Storage
Luggage should be stored in the
nets provided
Each passenger is permitted up a
maximum of 20 kg
When instructed by the deck crew
passengers should stow their
luggage in the nets provided prior
to embarking the FROG
Upon disembarkation passengers
are to remove luggage once
instructed by the deck crew that it
is safe to do so
Passengers take their seats
Passengers are instructed
to take designated seats
3 passengers buckle up
All 3 passengers
buckle up
Seatbelt Operation
1
2
Seat
harnesses
will have
been prepared
by the deck
crew
Insert each
arm into
shoulder
harness
3
4
Take the lap
fastener clip
and feed
through
the eye
Fold over
clip
Seatbelt Operation (continued)
5
PULL LOWER STRAPS FIRST
to tighten around waist
6
PULL UPPER STRAPS SECOND
to tighten fit around
shoulders and chest
The FROG-3 is now loaded
“Thumbs up”
to indicated
ready for transfer
Ready for Transfer
Deck crew will
have a final check
of your seat belt
You are now
strapped in
and ‘Ready for
transfer’
During Transfer
Keep hands and
arms inside the
FROG-3 at all
times during
transfer
For extra
security, hold on
to custom fitted
hand-rails
Position feet
inside the
FROG-3, toes
lining up with
outer edge
Disembarking
Await instructions
from deck crew
to unbuckle
Disembark in an
orderly fashion
Proceed to safe
area, as instructed
by deck crew
Handover life
jacket to deck
crew
Sling Motion Hazards
Once landed on deck, the Crane
Operator will slacken the lifting
sling set
During heavy vessel motions a
moving sling may present a hazard
to passengers – caution is required
Deck crew will monitor, remove or
advise of this hazard to all
passengers
Do not take hold of the sling
at anytime
Emergency Procedure
Crane Operator
In the event of an Emergency
Situation:
Deck crew will give the Crane
Operator the Emergency
Stop signal
Emergency Stop Signal:
Both arms point upwards with the
palms facing forwards
Emergency Procedure
Passengers
In the unlikely event of an emergency
follow the instructions of the
deck crew at all times
Emergency Procedure
Passengers
Should a problem occur on the deck:
The deck crew will shout “OUT-OUT-OUT”
Personnel will release the seat belt and leave the FROG
immediately
Deck crew will advise and direct you to a safe area
If the transfer is interrupted whilst between vessel and
installation:
Remain seated and strapped in
Recovery procedures will be initiated
Await instructions
FROG-3
MedEvac Capability
Safe, comfortable and Secure
environment for walking casualties
Stretcher capability for serious
injuries
Capacity for 1 supporting passenger
during transfer
Central column can be used to
hang I.V/medical equipment
Known medical reasons for use of
FROG – broken arms, broken legs,
eye injuries, suspected heart
attacks, back injuries
Converting FROG-3 to MedEvac Mode
Comprehensive instructions are contained within the FROG-3 User Manual
Tools Required
6 mm Hex Key (for M10 bolts
8 mm Hex Key (for M12 bolts
17 mm Wrench (for M10 bolts
19 mm Wrench (for M12 bolts
Box/Bag for Loose Fittings
FROG-3 Diagrams
– Seat, Stretcher Frame)
– Buoyancy)
– Seat)
– Luggage Box)
Stretcher Mode Conversion Procedure
Remove the bolts (4 x M12 Dome Cap) and spacers from lower buoyancy blocks B and C
Note: The latest FROGs do not have spacers P/N F-01-048 between the lower
buoyancy modules and the frame
Fix lower buoyancy units B and C to outside of unit. Tighten the M12 dome cap bolts to
hand tight with hex key
Note: Over-tightening of these bolts can lead to damaging buoyancy units
Change-out to MedEvac Mode
Locate buoyancy panel B
Using manufacturer
issued Allen key, undo
2 x Allen bolts on
outer frame
Remove buoyancy panel
B, affix to outside of
frame and re-secure
with Allen Bolts
Locate buoyancy panel C
Using manufacturer
issued Allen key, undo
2 x Allen bolts on
outer frame
Remove buoyancy panel
C, affix to outside of
frame and re-secure
with Allen Bolts
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
Both lower
buoyancy panels of
B and C are now
securely fixed to
the outside of the
FROG’s frame
Assembly should
resemble this
Photograph
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
Remove the seat
that is located
between the 2
buoyancy panels
that have been
fixed to the outside
of the FROG, again
using the Allen Key
Tidy the seat
harnesses to lie
behind the seat
as shown
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
Locate stainless
steel stretcher
frame (supplied
with each new
FROG-3 unit)
Position the
stretcher frame on
the seat base
Align the tab with
the hole on circular
plate and fix with
M10 dome cap bolt
and wing nut
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
Ensure the stretcher
casualty is securely
strapped into the
stretcher using stretcher
straps
Using three persons to
lift the stretcher (two
either side at shoulders,
one at feet), move
stretcher head first
through door B – C
(door opening with
stretcher frame)
Place the head-end of
the stretcher on to the
stretcher frame and slide
the stretcher into
position
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
Secure stretcher in
position with two
straps provided
Begin by feeding fork
end of the strap
through eyelets on the
stretcher frame
Then through closest
handles of the
stretcher and continue
around through to the
second stretcher
handle
Fasten underneath
Ensure the stretcher is
secure
Change-out to MedEvac Mode (continued)
One other
passenger takes
seat in 1 of the
remaining 2 seats
Strap-in
(as per previous
instructions)
Ready for MedEvac
Transfer
Feedback & Reporting
User Feedback is IMPORTANT to
improve:
Safety and Comfort
Procedure and Control
Operating Performance
Areas for Improvement
Equipment condition
Report all incidents and near misses
no matter how small they may seem,
if in doubt ASK
Thank you for your attention
Safe Transfers
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