IMPORTANT: OVIQ1 Decommissioning
From the 10th August 2015 it will no longer be possible to commission an OVIQ1 (7100) inspection upon a vessel. All OVIQ
inspections from the 10th August onwards should be commissioned using the OVIQ2 (7105) template.
IMPORTANT: OVIQ v2 and Modu Templates Released
The OVIQ2 (7105), MO(D)U Jackup (7106) and MO(D)U Drillship/Semi-Submersible (7107) templates were released on July 1st 2015.
PDF versions of these templates are available for download from the OVID Resources page.
2016 OVID New Inspector Courses
Currently, there are 4 New Inspector Courses scheduled for 2016.
6th - 8th April in Singapore venue to be announced (registration opens Feb 15th, 2016)
25th – 27th April in London at OCIMF offices (registration opens Feb 15th, 2016)
6th – 8th June in Houston venue to be announced (registration opens Apr 15th, 2016)
14th – 16th November in London at OCIMF offices (registration opens Sep 15th, 2016)
For further information about the New Inspector courses (requirements, costs etc) please see our FAQ page
2016 OVID Refresher Courses
Currently, there are 7 Refresher Courses scheduled for 2016.
1st – 2nd February in Singapore at the Orchard Parade Hotel (Course full)
28th – 29th April in London at OCIMF offices (Course full)
9th – 10th June in Houston venue to be announced
13th - 14th July in Norway (Bergen) venue to be announced
21st – 22nd September in Doha venue to be announced
12th – 13th October in Singapore venue to be announced (Course full)
17th – 18th November in London at OCIMF offices
For further information about the Refresher courses (requirements, costs etc) please see our FAQ page
If you have any questions regarding these courses please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Number of Inspections
As of January 1st 2015, all OVID inspectors will be required to complete a minimum of 4 OVID inspections per year in order to retain
their accreditation – this requirement will increase in future years.
All OVID inspectors should present their ID card at the time of boarding a vessel for an inspection. If you lose or break your ID card, please contact
email@example.com to request a new one. Alternatively, you can login to the OVID website with your inspector account,
and request a replacement card from the Profile section.