For offshore plants operating in the Arctic region, it is important to reflect the motion characteristics of the ice in the design stage. When the ice load is applied, the platform should rotate in the direction to reduce the tension acting on the mooring system using the DP system. However, it is very difficult to conduct the simulation by predicting the size and direction of the ice. This paper presents a heading control strategy to reduce the ice load acting on the arctic production platforms equipped with DP (Dynamic Positioning) Assisted Mooring System. In order to save computation time, grids are created in the operating area and the size of the tension acting on each grid is calculated considering the current position, the current tension, and the rate of change of tension. Based on the tension information, target heading angle is assigned and the platform is rotated with DP module. Developed process is validated through the simulation.