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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)

Evaluation
Flat buoyancy
panels are
unobtrusive and
allow passengers
easy entry and
exit from seat
harness

Recommenda
tion
Acceptable
RML recommend
that any PFD of
this type is tested
with seat harness
in FROG for
compatibility

Acceptable

Manual
inflatable
lifejacket
(150 N)

Refer to FROG User Manual for full details

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 prelifting


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
Seat
harnesses
will have
been
prepared
by the deck
crew

Take the
lap
fastener
clip and
feed
through
the eye

2
Insert each
arm into
shoulder
harness

4
Fold over
clip

Seatbelt Operation

PULL LOWER
STRAPS FIRST
to tighten around
waist

(continued)

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 handrails
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

n the unlikely event of an emergenc


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
Frame)

(for M10 bolts

Seat, Stretcher

8 mm Hex Key

(for M12 bolts

Buoyancy)

17 mm Wrench

(for M10 bolts

Seat)

19 mm Wrench

(for M12 bolts

Luggage Box)

Box/Bag for Loose Fittings


FROG-3 Diagrams

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


Both lower
buoyancy
panels of B and
C are now
securely fixed
to the outside
of the FROGs
frame
Assembly
should
resemble this
Photograph

(continued)

Change-out to MedEvac Mode


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

(continued)

Change-out to MedEvac Mode


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

(continued)

Change-out to MedEvac Mode


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

(continued)

Change-out to MedEvac Mode


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

(continued)

Change-out to MedEvac Mode


One other
passenger
takes seat in 1
of the
remaining 2
seats
Strap-in
(as per previous
instructions)
Ready for
MedEvac
Transfer

(continued)

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