There are a number of things going on in this brief clip to generate a good deal of discussion. To mention a few: boat handling; use of painter lines; communications; lifting arrangements and situational awareness.
What is not evident from this clip is the nationality of the person in command of the workboat. Having observed and worked directly with coxswains of more than half a dozen different nationalities, it has been my experience that making assumptions of capability based on nationality is not best practice.
The same can be said for making negative assumptions on the basis. Australian maritime crew can have a reputation of being difficult to work with. Contrary to their expectations, the last vessel I contracted to in Norway had high praise for its recent Australian crew.
Training and assessment in the workplace not only improves the ability and confidence of boat crews, reducing downtime and multiple risks, it enables companies to make choices based on real information and not reactive assumptions.