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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 PURPOSE

2.0 SCOPE

3.0 REFERENCE

4.0 ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES

5.0 GENERAL

6.0 WORK PROCEDURE

7.0 HEALTH SAFETY ENVIRONMENT AND SECURITY

8.0 ATTACHMENT
Attachment 1 : Daily Fabrication Inspection Report (DFIR)
Attachment 2 : Material Traceability Record (MTR)
Attachment 3 : Daily Welding Inspection Report (DWIR)
1 { Attachment 4 : Inspection Report for Embedded Plate Fabrication (IREPF)
Attachment 5 : Release Note for Field Installation (RNF)
Attachment 6 : Release Note for Painting (RNP)
Attachment 7 : Job Safety Analysis (JSA)














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1.0 PURPOSE
This method statement is to establish the work plan and inspection instruction for the
assembly, fabrication, inspection and documentation to be performed in order to complete the
construction of pipe hangers and supports which shall be in compliance with applicable
drawings and specifications.

2.0 SCOPE
1 { This method statement covers all pipe hangers, spring, cold shoe, clamped, supports and
embedded plate to be assembled, fabricated, installed and inspected at Algeria Oman
Fertilizer Project (AOFP).

3.0 REFERENCE
3.1 6423MP201-00-00100 00 Basis for Piping Engineering
3.2 6423MP202-00-00100 00 Piping Material Specification
3. 3 6423MP214-00-00100 00 Piping Standard Drawing
3. 4 6423MP214-00-00200 00 Piping Support Standard Drawing
3. 5 6423MS230-00-00100 00 Specification for Piping Work
3. 6 6423MS231-00-00100 00 Specification for Piping Fabrication By Each Service Class
3. 7 6423MS260-00-00100 00 Specification for Painting
3. 8 6423DA060-00-00700 00 Welder Qualification Procedure
3. 9 6423DJ530-00-00300 00 Material Control Procedure
3. 10 6423DA060-00-01300 00 NDE Control Procedure
3. 11 6423DP420-00-00420 00 Method Statement for Painting
3. 12 6423DP420-00-00500 00 Method Statement for PWHT
3. 13 ASME B31.1 Power Piping
3. 14 ASME B31.3 Process Piping
3. 15 ASME Sec, IX Qualification Standard for Welding and Brazing
3. 16 ASME Sec. V Nondestructive Examination
3. 17 ASME Sec. II Welding Rods, Electrodes and Filler Metals
NOTE : I n case of conf l i ct bet ween t hi s met hod st at ement and ref er ence
document s, f ol l owed bel ow.
- As a st andard pract i ce, met hod st at ement wi l l f ol l ow t he speci f i cat i on and
t hen, speci f i cat i on wi l l f ol l ow t he code.
- I n case t he speci f i cat i on has conf l i ct wi t h met hod st at ement . I t woul d be
deci ded af t er di scussi ons at t he meet i ng.





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4.0 ORGANIZATION AND RESPONSIBILITIES
4.1 The Construction Manager has the responsibility to :
(1) Plan the fabrication program and report its progress
(2) Manage all fabrication drawings.
(3) Preparation, revision and control of this document.
(4) Managing of raw materials.
(5) Managing of welding consumables.
(6) Inspect the fabrication and installation of support and changes of its design.
(7) Ensuring that design changes are incorporated into the work.
(8) Requesting NDE or PWHT, if any
(9) Requesting inspection to the QA/QC Team.
(10) Preparation of material requisition of material for support fabrication work.
(11) Control of welder and support welding data
(12) Requesting and preparation for welder and welding operator qualification.
4.2 The QA/QC Manager has the responsibility to :
(1) Review of all request including Daily Welding Inspection Report.
(2) Managing welder qualification.
(3) Managing welding control system.
(4) Managing of quality control.
(5) Managing inspection and test with regard to support fabrication and installation.
4.3 The Material Control Manager has the responsibility to :
(1) Receiving and maintaining of material
(2) Control of material stock status before release to construction team.
(3) Issuance of material to Support shop and other sections.
(4) Request the material receiving inspection to QA/QC team

5.0 GENERAL
Material to be installed will be withdrawn from the receiving area in accordance with material
control procedure, the prefabricated sub assembly storage area, or the lay down area.
Transferring the material from the storage area to work site will be performed in a manner
which will not be deleterious to the material.
When storage requirements are not defined, the type of storage and protection shall be
determined through arrangements with project owner.







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5.1 General Work Sequence
(1) Make production plan considering material availability and area priority.
(2) Issuance of Isometric drawing or support style list to support fabrication shop.
(3) Request support material to material warehouse
(4) Receiving support material from warehouse and perform receiving inspection.
(5) Issue work order
(6) Cutting and end preparation
(7) Fit-up and tack welding
(8) Welding
(9) Inspection
(10) Blasting and primer painting work at paint shop
(11) QC documentation
(12) Release support and store on stock yard
(13) Support issuance to Field support team.
5.2 Storage and handling material
(1) Material shall be stored separately by its type and specification and it shall be marked
according to its designated color.
(2) Certificates verifying that materials or items used in the fabrication comply with
Purchasers requirement. Certificates for each category of material shall be submitted.
(3) Materials shall be maintained to comply with any warranty conditions imposed by the
manufacturer.
(4) Nylon slings shall be used for handling stainless steel material and straps.
5.3 Drawing and materials
(1) Pipe support shall be fabricated and installed in accordance with the approved drawing,
pipes support style list.
(2) For pipes requiring post weld heat treatment, attachments required for supporting
purposes shall be indicated on the piping isometric drawings.
(3) Pipe stanchions, pipe dummies and trunnions shall be made with same type of material
as the connecting pipe. All other support material to be welded directly to the pipe shall
be same type of material as the pipe itself.
5.4 Inspection and test
The inspection and test shall be notified to QA/QC team 24hours in advance prior to
inspection and testing, and it shall be performed in accordance with the inspection and test
plan.







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6.0 WORK PROCEDURE
6.1 Control of pipe supports fabrication
(1) Raw material
All material of pressure retaining parts shall be identified.
Part number, material specification and heat number shall be marked on the piece to be
cut, and it shall be recorded on the material identification record, and it shall be inspected
by QC inspector before cutting.
(2) Cutting
Support materials may be cut to shape and size by flame or thermal cutting.
Stainless steel materials shall be cut by mechanical means or plasma arc cutting, but
flame cutting shall not be allowed. Surface to be welded shall be free from slag and
excessive notch foreign matter.
Pipe support assemblies may be acceptable if items having greater strength are
substituted for those indicated on the drawings.
(3) Welding
Welding shall be performed in accordance with the approved WPS and drawing by
qualified welder.
These fabricated support shall be inspected and recorded using the Daily Fabrication
Inspection Report (Attachment 1).
Field welding to pipes for the purpose of pipe support shall be limited as far as practical.
Field welding for pipe support purposes shall not be performed on the following pipe
materials.
- Materials requiring post weld heat treatment (PWHT)
- Non-ferrous materials
All welding shall be done before post weld heat treatment
Stainless material shall be segregated from normal carbon steel during fabrication and
erection in order to avoid the contamination.
(4) Marking and Tagging
When welding has been completed, designate person will tag on each support body with
stamped tags.
The characters on such tags shall be a minimum of 3/16 inch and tags shall be securely
attached to the assembly.
(5) Painting and Stock
When fabrication of pipe support is done, prepare the painting request form and transport
to painting area. (Attachment 5)






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Painting subcontractor shall paint and submit painting inspection report to contractor.
Painted pipe support should be marked and properly identified and shall be stored in the
designated area and preserved from dust and rust until issue to field erection.
(Attachment 4)
6.2 Control of Pipe supports installation
(1) General
As a general practice, appropriate adjustment / modification / addition of support shall be
made by construction contractor according to the actual field conditions, especially for
small bore piping.
All pipe support must be installed as per specification and drawing.
- Isometric drawing
- Piping arrangement drawing
- Pipe support standard drawing
- Special pipe support drawing
- Pipe support index
Piping shall be properly anchored and guided before pressure testing.
Support should be fabricated and installed prior to the piping installation, and use of
temporary supports is to be minimized.
In case the temporary supports are required, the supports arrangement shall be made
sure so that they have sufficient bearing strength and stable supporting for the piping
system.
All temporary supports shall be removed before hydro test.
Field welded supports shall be set correctly in place and adjusted to the final position
before welding.
For sliding supports, bearing surfaces shall be sufficiently clean to ensure unrestricted
movement.
Clamp bolts on clamped shoe type support should be checked as per standard pipe
support drawing.
Support shall not be welded to the equipment unless otherwise specified.
In case that stainless steel piping without insulation is resting on the steel structure, pipe
rack or piping support directory, stainless steel plate shall be installed between piping
and structure to avoid direct contact, even if this information is not shown in support
drawing.
(2) Concrete expansion anchor bolts
Installation of concrete expansion anchor bolt shall be performed in accordance with
vendor information.





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(3) Locking devices (Bolts / Nuts)
The support height shall be adjusted by construction team to the actual field condition.
All threaded connections, except high strength bolts, shall be secured by locking devices
to prevent loosening during service.
Wherever possible bolts/stud shall be locked in place with double nut. (Jam nut)
A nut tack welded to the bolt/stud shaft may also serve as a locking device and may be
used except where welding is prohibited on the bolt material.
(4) Installation of Spring hangers
Installation of constant and variable spring hangers shall be in accordance with the
manufacturers instruction, the design drawing and the procedure.
Spring hangers shall be easily accessible after installation within the limits of possible,
and the scales shall be unobstructed and visible.
Field engineer should be ensured that the travel stops are engaged and maintained thus
on all spring hangers until the piping system are placed in service, except during such
time of checking and marking adjustments on the spring hangers.
Spring supports shall be installed with the spring locks in place and the travel shall be
cold set position.
These spring locking plates or pins shall not be removed until hydrostatic testing and
insulation of the piping system has been completed, but before the line is put into service,
as directed by commissioning group.
If the spring force on empty line will cause possible damage to connected strain sensitive
equipment, the spring locks shall remain in position until the line is filled with the actual
service fluid.
The relevant support and support drawing shall bear the warning block against empty
position and the locks shall be attached with the spring support during operation.
The travel stops on spring hangers shall be engaged during filling, testing and draining of
pipe systems for hydro test.
(5) Floor of base mounted supports
Grouting is required between concrete surface and structural pipe support attachment
plates.
All grout work shall be performed in accordance with relevant work procedure.
Non shrink grout shall be mixed and placed in according with the manufacturers written
instruction.
(6) Wall or ceiling mounted supports
Pipe support base plates shall be mounted flat against the wall or ceiling.






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Irregularities on the wall or ceiling surface that prevent flush mounting on the base plate,
such as fins, protrusions, and excessive roughness, shall be removed by grinding.
Grouting is not required except when depression, grooves, holes or other cavities under
the base plate that are not amenable to removal by grinding.
These shall be filled with grout before mounting the base plate.
(7) Hanger rod and turn buckle installation
Threading of hanger rods shall be performed in accordance with ASME B31.3 para
321.1.5, thread designation UNC and, shall have a minimum of three full thread exposed
when the nut is tightened on the hanger rod threads.
Lubricant for threaded portion of rod is not required.
For galvanized threads cut in the fields, the threaded portion of the rod shall have a
touch-up coating.
To compensate for pipe elevation discrepancies, hangers are usually provided with
means to permit vertical adjustment during and after installation
Threaded devices such as turnbuckles, clevises, etc. are acceptable, provided that after
the adjustment the result is no less than full thread engagement.
(8) Shoe or pads installation
For shoes shall be welded to the piping with careful way avoiding any welding defects.
Special care must be taken to the anchor points, as they are to be heavily loaded.
Shoes pads for low alloy steel piping shall be of the same material as the pipes.
In case of lines having shoe or saddle support, site measurement between distances of
supports may be given and marked on the assembly.
The supports are then welded on the spool assembly on the ground.
In case of lines having guide or anchor the supports are to be welded in position.
All supports / saddle welded to main pipe shall undergo the same testing requirement as
that of main pipe.
1 { (9) For the installation of Embedded plate shall be followed in accordance to Concrete Works
Procedure No.6423DC420-00-0080000
6.3 Welding and welding attachment
(1) All welding shall be in accordance with approved welding procedure specification.
(2) The material of the attachment which is directly welded to the pipe shall be as shown on
the pipe support detailed drawings.
(3) Welding must be carried out by qualified welder in accordance with approved welding
procedure specification.







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(4) Material traceability report shall be recorded the heat-number of attachment and verified
by QA/QC inspector and Contractors inspector for stainless steel and alloy steel.
(Attachment 2)
(5) Daily welding inspection report shall be signed off by QC inspector after visual
inspection.
(6) All weld attachment on pipe shall be identified by marking the weld and welder number.
(7) All welds will be identified on the isometric drawing and shall be inspected by welding
inspector and recorded in daily welding inspection report. (Attachment 3)
6.4 Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT)
(1) Performance of PWHT shall be in accordance with post weld heat treatment procedure.
(2) The QA/QC shall review PWHT record and submit to owner for review.
6.5 Non Destructive Examination (NDE)
(1) The management and request of NDE shall be in accordance with NDE control
procedure.
(2) The QA/QC shall review NDE record and submit to owner for review.
6.6 Paint and Touch up painting
(1) At completion of fabrication and installation, painting subcontractor shall paint or touch
up paint the pipe support according to painting specification and procedure.
(2) Pipe construction manager is responsible for keeping and maintaining all related
documents.
6.7 Progress check
(1) Progress of fabrication and installation in pipe support shall be measured together with
piping progress using progress measuring program.
(2) Every support item shall be tracked by this system.

7.0 Health Safety Environment and Security
7.1 All workers shall wear PPE required as below.
(1) Safety helmet
(2) Safety glasses
(3) Safety shoes
(4) Gloves
(5) Mask, if required to prevent inhalation of dust and welding gas
(6) Ear plug, if required by conditions.
7.2 Machinery like grinding wheel cutter shall have a protection method.
7.3 Safety shall be requested and carried out in accordance with safety procedure.






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8.0 Attachments
Attachment 1 ; Daily Fabrication Inspection Report (DFIR)
Attachment 2 : Material Traceability Record (MTR)
Attachment 3 : Daily Welding Inspection Report (DWIR)
1 { Attachment 4 : Inspection Report for Embedded Plate Fabrication (IREPF)
Attachment 5 : Release Note for Field Installation (RNF)
Attachment 6 : Release Note for Painting (RNP)
Attachment 7 : Job Safety Analysis (JSA)


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Attachment 1

Daily Fabrication Inspection Report (DFIR)


Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project
Report No. : Date :
No. Area
Isometric Drawing
No.
Pipe Support Type Heat No. WPS No.
Welder
No.
Qty
Weight
(kg)
Remarks
















Prepared by :
(Construction) Name Signature Date
Inspected by :
(QC Inspection) Name Signature Date




6423DP420-003-01(0)

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Attachment 2

Material Traceability Record (MTR)

Algeria Oman Fertilizer
Report No. : Date :
Isometric Drawing No. Rev. No. Pipe Support Type Material Size Cut Length QC Sign Contract Sign
Line No. Spool No. Pipe Support Name Heat No. Thickness Qty Date Date














SHOP
The shop components have been verified against the fabricated piping and are complete and accurate.

Prepared by :
(Construction) Name Signature Date
Inspected by
(QC Inspector) Name Signature Date


FIELD
The field components have been verified against the erected piping and are complete and accurate.

Prepared by :
(Construction) Name Signature Date
Inspected by
(QC Inspector) Name Signature Date

6423DP420-003-02(0)

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Attachment 3


Daily Welding Inspection Report (DWIR)

Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project
Report No. : Date :
No. Area
Isometric Drawing
No.
Sheet
No.
Rev.
No.
Support
No.
Joint
No.
Spool
No.
Material
Piping
Class
Size Sch. Pipe Support Type Qty
Weight
(kg).
Heat
No.
WPS
No.
Welder
No.1
Welder
No.2
PWHT
Reqd
VT Remarks










Prepared by :

Inspected by :


Name :

Name :


Date :

Date :



(Construction) (QC Inspector)




6423DP420-003-03(0)

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Attachment 4




6423DP420-003-04(0)
INSPECTION REPORT FOR EMBEDDED PLATE FABRICATION (IREPF)
Embedded Plate Anchor Bar
S/No
Reference Dwg
(Standard Dwg)
Type Plate No
Thk
(m)
W W' H a b c d e f p
Length
tolerance
5mm/1m
Dia
(mm)
Length
(mm)
No of
Anchor
Bar
Tolerance Remarks
1
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
2
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
3
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
4
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
5
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
6
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation
7
Dwg Requirement
Actual
Deviation


Prepared By:

(Construction Team) Name Signature
Date
Inspected By:

(QC Inspector) Name Signature
Date

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Attachment 5

Release Note for Field Installation (RNF)

Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project
Report No. : Date :
No. Area Isometric Drawing No.
Sheet
No.
Rev.
No.
Pipe Support Type Qty
Weight
(kg)
Remarks


















Prepared by :
(Pipe Support Field Team) Name Signature Date
Confirmed by :
(Pipe Support Field Team) Name Signature Date
Checked by :
(Pipe Support Fabrication Team) Name Signature Date
Approved by :
(Pipe Support Fabrication Team) Name Signature Date


6423DP420-003-05(0)

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Attachment 6

Release Note for Painting (RNP)

Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project
Report No. : Date :
No. Area Isometric Drawing No.
Sheet
No.
Rev.
No.
Pipe Support Type Qty
Weight
(kg)
Paint
Code
Remarks


















Prepared by :
(Pipe Support Fabrication Team) Name Signature Date
Approved by :
(Pipe Support Fabrication Team) Name Signature Date
Received by :
(Painting Team) Name Signature Date
Reviewed by :
(QC Inspector) Name Signature Date


6423DP420-003-06(0)

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Attachment 7


JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS


Date of Issue JSA No.
Work Group Preparing JSA Piping Prepared by
Job Description Pipe Support Fabrication & Installation Approved by

Sequence of Task Potential Hazards Recommendations / Control Measures
Worksite Housekeeping
Slips
Trips
Falls
Access egress and emergency routes are not to be obstructed
All waste to be removed sorted and placed in Authorized storage
/sort bins
Wires and cables to be secured to avoid tripping hazard, and/or
provide walkway clearance storage /sort bins
All electrical system connections to be secured off ground and
protected from rainfall
Structure and scaffold projections to be signposted and masked
when possible
Holes and ground/floor openings to be barricade and signposted
Fluid spills to be cleared as they occur
Hoses and cables crossing roadways/paths to be protected with
suitable covers
Tools to be returned to store after use
Materials to be stored in correct locations
Flammable material are not to be left unattended at worksite
Gas Cutting, Welding and
Grinding operation
Fire
Explosion
Electric shock
Hot spot re-ignition
Skin & eye damage
Equipment to be operated by competent person only
Electrical supplies to inspected and to be fit for purpose
Welding sets and transforms to be correctly earthed
Equipment to be inspected, labeled and in date for use
Competent fire watcher to be appointed (two if work on bulkhead
/ floor / deck head)
Clear area of combustible materials
Equipment liable to spark or spatter damage to be covered
Barriers and warning signs to be posted
Fire extinguisher to be at worksite
Electrical supply leads to be run so as not to provide a trip or
fouling hazard
Correct eye and body protection to be worn during work
Eye line glare shields for adjacent by firewatcher 30 minutes after
hot work ceases


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Sequence of Task Potential Hazards Recommendations / Control Measures
Crane operations and Lifting
Dropped objects
crushing

Trapping moving
machinery
Hazard assessment to be conducted for all heavy (75% crane
capacity) or unusual movements
Every lift to be supervised by competent controller
Weight of lift to be known
Lift brief to be held on site
Lifting equipment to be correct color code
Lifting gear to be inspected fit for purpose each time of use
Only authorized crane to operate crane
Banks man to be trained and wear identifying clothing
Enough men to control load to be at site
Tag lines to be fitted and used at all times
Area under lift and immediate vicinity to be vacated
Overhead and jib swing hazards and obstructions to be noted
and clearly marked where applicable
Crane operating lift limits to be observe
Gear to be inspected and stored after lift
Vehicles on site
Trapping crushing
collision
Vehicle pass to be obtained an entry to site
Only authorized vehicles allowed on worksite
Only qualified and authorized drivers to operate vehicles
Vehicles to keep to directed routes
Speeds to be appropriate to site
Reversing warning tone to be operational
Banks man to be present when vehicles are reversing
Only authorized maintainers to work on vehicles whilst on site
Seat belts where fitted are to be worn by drivers and passengers
Passengers in vehicles only allowed in fitted seats, no riding
Vehicles are not to be overloaded
Wide or high loads are to be escorted whilst moving on site
Vehicle are only to be used for designed purpose
Vehicle and auxiliary engines are to be stopped when refueling
Engines to be stopped and keys are to be removed when
vehicles are left unattended
Work on or with scaffolds
Falling
Dropped objects
Only trained scaffolders are to erect, modify or dismantle scaffold
structures
Only authorized people to be scaffolds
Scaffolds are not to be used unless properly inspected and
certified with a current scaffold tag
Scaffolds are not to be overloaded with materials or men
Access ladders are to be secured to scaffold structure
Toe boards and guardrails must be fitted
Scaffolds must be tied into the parent structure to provide stability
Intermediate stage boarding to be provided for access ladders
Dropped object catchment netting to be provided as appropriate
Walkways under scaffolding to be bridged by hard barriers

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Sequence of Task Potential Hazards Recommendations / Control Measures


Work at height
Falling
Dropped objects
Only authorized people to go aloft
Ladders scaffolds and platforms to be properly erected and
certified
Hard points established for fall arrester and safety line anchor
points
Fall arresters and harnesses inspected for defects/damage
before each use
Fall arrester and harness to be worn and secured prior to
commencement of operations at height
Barriers and signs posted to keep people out from drop zone
Area lookout safety man appointed
Other PPE appropriate to task to be worn
Tools for use are attached to lanyards and secured
Area below worksite inspected for conflicting activities
Appropriate precautions taken for adverse wind/weather
Open Flame Cutting, Welding
and Burning
Fire
Explosion
Hot spot re-ignition
Skin & eye damage
Clear area of combustible materials
Equipment to be operated by competent person only
Competent fire watcher to be appointed (two if work on bulkhead
/ floor / deck head)
Equipment to be inspected and fit for purpose
Flashback arresters to be fitted and functional
Equipment liable to spark or spatter damage to be covered
Fire extinguisher to be at worksite
Gas bottles not to be placed in confined spaces
Gas bottles to be secured upright and away from hot site
Hoses to be clear of walkways
Bottle key to be attached to gas bottle by chain
Correct eye, ear and body protection to be worn during work
Worksite to be inspected by firewatcher 30 minutes after hot work
ceases
Pollution control
Damage to
environment and
water courses
Always use hazardous substances with care, ensuring they are
suitably stored and empty containers are property disposed of
Oil and fuel cans, etc, should be stored and used so that
leakages /spillages can be contained consider hard standings
bund, spill trays, spill absorbs, etc
Ensure all plant and equipment is well maintained to ensure it is
running efficiently-no smoke, oil leaks etc
Do not run plant or equipment when not in use
Do not waste water by using leaking hoses of running taps
unnecessarily
Reduce dust by damping down materials, roads, truck loads
Be aware if your site borders any watercourse.
Do not allow dumping near banks.


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Sequence of Task Potential Hazards Recommendations / Control Measures
Pollution control
Damage to
environment and
water courses
Water can carry pollutants over significant distances, and can
contaminate local drinking supplies
Near pour any contaminants down storm drains or gullies
Near use watercourses for cleaning tools, etc, and never store
hazardous substances nearby
Store potential contaminants in authorized stowage and do not
take more than is required to the worksite
Keep secure storage facilities locked with appropriate key control
Comments
1. JSA should be used in conducting Tool Box Talks(TBT0 with all concerned workers
2. Provide that all the necessary PPE are used, relevant PTW requirements are followed and all the control
measures stated above are adhered to, the activity can proceed.
PPE & Safety Equipment Required to Perform Task (tick as Appropriate)
Safety Helmet Face Shield Goggle Barricade Harness Hand Gloves Safety Shoes
Ear Plug Coverall Safety Glasses Work Permit Fire Extinguisher Dust Mask Others