Global Maritime employs tools and applications from business partners, as well as our own. This strategy enables us to work efficiently, and enhances the quality and accuracy of our deliveries.
RISK in-house developed tools include:
Global Maritime Risk Management Tool (RMT)
The RMT ensures efficient risk workshop facilitation, reporting, communication, and follow-up of action points. Projecting all relevant information on one screen, it has capabilities for uploading videos, drawings, and documents to designated locations, allowing participants to keep control and stay on track.
The Global Maritime risk management tool has been designed for use in risk workshops such as HAZOP, HAZID, ALARP, SWIFT (Structured What-If Assessments), feasibility analysis, concept selection, layout analysis, design reviews, and project risk.
A feature of the risk management tool also permits us to invite internal or external contributors to a session, without any preceding RMT training. This feature makes comments or action follow-up more time efficient.
ADORE® (Advanced Dropped Object Risk Estimation)
Global Maritime ADORE® is the state-of-the-art tool for dropped object risk assessment and submarine pipeline risk assessment. Global Maritime Group developed this formal, structured, and advanced tool to overcome limitations of submarine pipeline risk assessment and consultancy.
ADORE® offers a high degree of flexibility with regards to available input, and is readily applied to different combinations of offshore platform/MODUs crane operations. It provides excellent visualisation of results (hit frequencies, impact energy, and other user-defined results) for ease of use, and clear communication of results.
Global Maritime Performance Assessment Tool
The Global Maritime performance assessment tool is an application that comprises a collection of internal strong practices and external requirements. The tool is applied to gather and share internal best practice, and as reference projects. It is also used to assess our clients’ performance with regards to managing risks and opportunities. Our process approach enables us to take a quick snapshot of an organization’s risk performance, to analyze the root cause of inefficiencies and non-conformance. It thus provides the information needed to efficiently communicate and close fundamental gaps, enhancing our partner’s organisational and operational performance.
Global Maritime Compliance Assessment Tool
The Global Maritime compliance assessment tool is an application containing a collection of standards and external requirements. Our process approach enables us to take a quick snapshot of an organisation’s or unit’s level of compliance with regards to rules and regulations, standards, guidelines and practices.
GM OPSIM - Downtime Analysis Tool
GM OPSIM is a strategic operational planning tool that provides analysis tailored to every project, including the ability to model, simulate, and test the stages, schedule, resources, and limiting criteria of your operations. The simulation helps identify critical stages, availability and delay, resource pinch points, and potential savings of time and effort.
GM OPSIM is a discrete event simulation package, designed to establish disruption, delays, and resource utilization in marine and offshore operations. The applications include spells analysis, weather windows, drilling, production and resource availability, and uptime, transportation and storage.
GM OPSIM matches resources and schedule distribution with criteria, priorities, resource capabilities, and environmental limits, testing against time envelope and time series metocean data. Our software is able to simulate the operation tens of thousands of times, to develop a sound statistical database. We use GM OPSIM for simple to complex simulations.
OCTAVIA is software investigates the drifting behaviour of vessels under different combinations of wind, wave, and current, allowing for the effects of tugs and anchors. Using Monte Carlo simulation techniques, OCTAVIA performs several thousand iterations, in order to determine the probability distribution of Closest Point of Approach (CPA) to the structure of interest, from which the annual collision frequency can be calculated. Vessel speed is also recorded, so that impact energy can be determined for any scenario resulting in a collision.