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Major changes touch on areas such as fire safety, electrical equipment in hazardous areas, helidecks, means of access, single-compartment flooding and jacking system standards for jackups, and training.
The new Code is expected to apply to units whose construction begins on or after 1 January IADC, represented by vice president — offshore technical and regulatory affairs Alan Spackman , has been involved since the beginning. The parties brought together a working group of drilling contractor representatives, classification societies, flag State and other government agencies and oil companies.
IADC is currently preparing this document, which should be available for purchase in early A free copy of the companion document will be provided to the sustaining member of each IADC offshore drilling contractor member company. National regulations will also have to be updated to reflect the new Code.
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Below are highlights of some of the major changes in the Code: Expanded guidance on casualty investigations, with Coastal States encouraged to submit findings. Means of access for inspection and maintenance.
Minimization of hazardous substances in design and construction e. Residual stability after single compartment flooding for self-elevating drilling units SEDUs. Effective drainage and removal of sediments from ballast and preload tanks and associated piping systems — in accordance with the Ballast Water Management Convention.
Standards for machinery, control systems and alarms for elevating systems on SEDUs. Added standards for lifting and hoisting appliances. New guidance on number and distribution of portable fire extinguishers. Added qualification standards for recognized organizations, including relevant rules and experience.
2009 Code for the Construction and Equipment of Mobile Offshore Drilling Units
IMO I810E 2009 MODU Code, 2010 Edition