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METHOD STATEMENT

NSPB Installation

Rev. 00
2 Sep 2011

Contents
1.

Purpose.................................................................................................................................... 2

2.

Scope ....................................................................................................................................... 2

3.

Definitions............................................................................................................................... 2

4.

References ............................................................................................................................... 2

5.

Responsibilities ....................................................................................................................... 2

6.

5.1.

Site Manager: ................................................................................................................... 2

5.2.

Site Engineer: ................................................................................................................... 2

5.3.

HSE Manager from PPR: ................................................................................................. 3

5.4.

Supervising Engineer: ...................................................................................................... 3

IMPLEMENTATION ............................................................................................................. 3
6.1.

General ............................................................................................................................. 3

6.2.

Equipment List ................................................................................................................. 3

6.3.

Transport .......................................................................................................................... 4

6.4.

Preparing Element Prior to Installation ............................................................................ 4

6.3.1. Elements Welding ......................................................................................................... 4


6.5.
7.

Installation ........................................................................................................................ 4

HSE ......................................................................................................................................... 5
7.1.

Personal protective equipment ......................................................................................... 5

7.2.

Machinery......................................................................................................................... 5

7.3.

Lifting operations ............................................................................................................. 5

7.4.

Access and housekeeping ................................................................................................. 6

7.5.

Manual handling............................................................................................................... 6

7.6.

Fire prevention and protection ......................................................................................... 6

7.7.

Restriction ........................................................................................................................ 6

7.8.

Emergency Response ....................................................................................................... 6

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METHOD STATEMENT
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1. Purpose
Purpose of this method statement is to define the sequence of non-segregated bus ducts installation and
safe execution of the job.

2. Scope
The procedure applies for non-segregated bus ducts transportation, handling, and installation at all
workplaces where these activities will be performed.

3. Definitions
NSPB : Non-Segregated Phase Bus Duct

4. References
Project HSE Manual
Drawings and design details

5. Responsibilities
5.1. Site Manager:
5.1.1.
5.1.2.

5.1.3.
5.1.4.
5.1.5.
5.1.6.

SM is the first responsible point to follow this procedure,


In cases when the staff do not apply or do not fulfill requirement of this
procedure SM will do required actions such as to inform people who are
unaware, to supply right material, machinery and equipment and/or to ensure
specific training to improve teams ability.
To revise this procedure if it is necessary.
To assign responsible engineers and foremen, to coordinate all activities
To ensure training, informing and updating people who work to apply this
procedure regardless their position,
To coordinate with PPR.

5.2. Site Engineer:


5.2.1.
5.2.2.
5.2.3.
5.2.4.
5.2.5.
5.2.6.

To plan, coordinate and supervise all activities such as storage, lifting,


installation.
To apply this procedure in accordance with all standards and specification which
are mentioned in this document,
To implement all protective measures required in accordance with this
document,
To ensure that pre-work checklist is filled
To perform inspections on daily basis, before each shift and after events that
could increase hazards.
To identify existing and predictable hazards or working conditions that are
hazardous, unsanitary, or dangerous to employees,

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METHOD STATEMENT
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5.2.7.
5.2.8.
5.2.9.
5.2.10.
5.2.11.
5.2.12.
5.2.13.
5.2.14.

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To take prompt corrective measures to eliminate or control hazards and


conditions.
To coordinate with Supervising Engineer from PPR.
To ensure that the staff involved in the activities has read and understand the
method statement.
To brief the staff involved about the healthy and safe performance of all
activities (toolbox talks).
To receive and/or define all standards including this Method Statement,
To obtain all the necessary standards,
To ensure maintenance compliance with this method statement.
To coordinate with the PPR.

5.3. HSE Manager from PPR:


5.3.1.
5.3.2.
5.3.3.
5.3.4.
5.3.5.
5.3.6.
5.3.7.

To define all HSE procedures to be followed,


Overseeing site activities day-to-day,
To follow with corrective actions of all violations of HSE rules.
To organize for health and safety execution of the job,
To provide and cooperate with the site engineers for toolbox talks.
To ensure that the equipment, tools, PPEs meet the site requirements,
To ensure supervision and compliance with the health and safety provisions of
this document.

5.4. Supervising Engineer:


5.4.1.
5.4.2.
5.4.3.
5.4.4.
5.4.5.

To supervise the activities and to ensure that the job is implemented in


accordance with the design and the provisions of this document,
To provide assistance for the protective measures required in accordance with
this document,
To perform inspections on daily basis,
To identify existing and predictable hazards or working conditions that are
hazardous, unsanitary, or dangerous to employees,
To take prompt corrective measures to eliminate or control hazards and
conditions.

6. IMPLEMENTATION
6.1. General
Non-segregated bus ducts are used for carrying energy.

6.2. Equipment List


Electric driven tool (drilling machines, screw driving machines)
Welding equipment including welding gas
Cutting-off machines, grinding machines
Crane
Torque wrench

Galvanized spray

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6.3. Transport
Transportation of non-segregated bus ducts is made proper places to work in site. Crane will be
used and all necessary precaution matures will be taken. Provide crane and truck to
transportation of non-segregated bus ducts and accessories from lay down area to the field. Use
crane for lifting and carrying NSPB. When crane will be used according to 7.3. lifting operation.
It will be stayed suitable places, so it prevents to work and workers work safely.

6.4. Preparing Element Prior to Installation


6.3.1. Elements Welding
NSPB comply with the project requirements. Where welding of the NSPB is needed, it will be
performed by competent personnel. When welding will be made, welding area will be protected
with tent. Flammable things will be got rid of area. The working area has to be tidy up and floor
or platform has to be protected via fire prove blanket against sparks falling. NSPB weld will be
sprayed with spray immediately after welding. Spray will be given by supervisor. Spay MSDS
will be ready available at the working place. The weld surface has to be brushed and welding
slag has to be removed. After cool down of weld the area must be painted. Protective measures
will be taken in accordance with the MSDS. Argon gas will be used with welder device, so it will
be taken some precautions when it will be used. Open cylinder valves slowly with valve outlet
directed away from all personnel. Do not empty a cylinder completely. This will prevent a flashback and a possible explosive mixture. Purge oxygen and acetylene lines before lighting. Close
the main cylinder valve as soon as it is no longer necessary to have it open. Before you remove
the regulator make sure that the cylinder valve is closed.

6.5. Installation
Check last revision of approved project then start installation. Controlling the montage
equipments of NSPB with the supervisor and performed an examination on the project then gives
the tasks to the team. Scaffold will be set by trained people. It will be tagged. Installation will be
carried out in accordance with the last approved revision of the installation projects. Request
form for materials will be prepared. Site will be controlled by NSPB supervisor then according to
supervisor, it will be transported. NSPB will be transported from lay down area to site with crane
and pickup. While it will be carried, it will be fixed safely in the truck board. The assembly
drawings will be checked on the place of installation. At the working area, the NSPB will be
placed in a way that will not prevent safe access and egress. Checking will be done for the
accessories of NSPB and preparation of NSPB accessories for montage, after boxes will be
opened. Erection of NSPB will be started by crane. Signaler will help operator when it will be
lifted. All personnel, who work high places, will have PPE. Installation of NSPB will be
executed according to the requirements. According to supervisor, it will be erected. Installation
will follow the erection drawing. The silicone bushings at phase side must be installed during
alignment of shipping units. Preconditions the excitation transformer must be installed before
erection of the connecting shipping units. Installation will follow the erection drawing. NSPB
comply with the projects requirements. Where cutting of NSPB is needed, it will be sprayed with
spray immediately. When all erection and testing will be done, scaffold will be dismantled by

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competent personnel. PPE will be used all level of action. When all of works will be done, it will
be controlled all equipment. After the works is done daily, working areas will be cleaned.

7. HSE
7.1. Personal protective equipment
PPE will be provided and used in accordance with requirements. Helmet, safety glasses, high
visibility vest, and safety shoes will be used at all the times.
When work in dusty environment personnel will use dust protective half masks.
Hearing protection will be used where exposure levels exceed 85 dB.
When work at height fall arrest system will be used if other protective measures are not feasible.
When work with welding, welders will use welders clothes, gloves, protective face masks.

7.2. Machinery
All machinery, equipment and tools will be maintained in good working order; will be inspected
regularly; and will be operated by competent persons. All necessary measures will be in place in
order to prevent environmental pollution. In case of oil spill an immediate actions will be taken
to localize and clean the area in accordance with the procedure. Guards will be in place to protect
workers from moving parts. Electrical tools will be double insulated and grounded connected to
ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCI).
All vehicles will have backing warning device. Banks man will guide vehicles in narrow work
places and when reversing. Vehicles will not pass, will not be positioned or parked close to
excavation edges.

7.3. Lifting operations


Execution of the lifting operations will comply with the provisions of the Project HSE Manual.
Cranes will be set on even flat ground. Pads will be used under the outriggers feet where
necessary.
When work is close to excavation the lifting equipment will be positioned away from the
excavation edge according to the soil type and the weather conditions, in order to prevent earth
collapse. Working limits of the lifting equipment stipulated by the manufacturer will not be
exceeded. All lifting equipment will be stored in closed area away from wet and direct sunlight.
Lifting of NSPB materials will be carried out only with fabric slings with the proper safe
working load limit. The slings will be inspected and color-coded. Lifting operation shall be
segregated from other persons on site. All personnel and third parties will be kept out of any area
where they might be struck or crushed by a load or lifting equipment if it swings, shifts or falls.
Operators of lifting equipment will be able to see the full path of the load or have a signaler with
an appropriate means of communication to guide them. Operator will obey an emergency stop
signal at all times, no matter who gives it. The operator will not leave the operating controls
while the load is suspended.
Taglines will be used all time, it refers to load to be guided and controlled. Lifting equipment
will not be used in the open air where weather conditions could affect the integrity of the
equipment or expose persons to danger. All lifting equipment shall be stored in closed area away
from wet and direct sunlight.
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7.4. Access and housekeeping


Safe access to the workplace will be provided at all times. Guardrails will be provided at the
edges and openings where risk of fall from 1.5 m presents.
Where scaffolding is in use it will meet the requirements. The scaffoldings will be erected on a
firm base; will be fixed to existing steel structure; the platforms will be fully covered and guard
rails will be installed. Walkways will be kept clear of trash, debris and other materials to prevent
slipping and tripping. The polyethylene foil will be collected and disposed in accordance with
the waste management plan.

7.5. Manual handling


Where manual handling cannot be avoided tasks will be designed to minimize the
weight, range of motion, and frequency of the activity. During manual handling all
workers have to wear safety gloves and make sure they are protective against trip
hazards and sharp edges. The distance between the person and the object being
handled will be as small as possible. Employees will use good manual handling
techniques for lifting, pulling or pushing. Material handling equipment will be easy
to move, with handles that can be easily grasped in an upright posture. Heavy objects
will be stored at waist level. Manual handling training will be delivered.

7.6. Fire prevention and protection


All the necessary fire prevention measures will be taken in accordance with Procedure for
emergencies. Keep flammable materials (cleaning solvents, plastics, wood) away from locations
at which cutting-off by means of abrasive wheel, grinding or welding work is performed. In
closed area provide adequate ventilation at locations where welding is carried out. Endangered
adjacent components and structures shall be protected to prevent fire. Fire-proof blanket, Fire
extinguishers shall be available during welding. The measures will be communicated with the
staff involved in the job. Watchmen will monitor the hot work area half hour after the welding
activities end.

7.7. Restriction
No food or beverages to be consumed at jobsite
No smoking
No work without permit

7.8. Emergency Response


In order to minimize the consequences and to provide adequate response in case of emergency
the involved staff will receive training in accordance with the Procedure for emergencies.
Contact persons in case of emergency:
In case of emergency call: 0530 568 11 70
0530 568 11 66
Site Manager: 0530 237 08 54
HSE: 0507 762 69 64
Fire brigade: 0542 215 10 55
Site Medical Center: 0530 884 54 48
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List of attachments:
1. List of the staff involved in the job
2. Toolbox attendance sheet
3. Risk Assessment

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