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METHOD STATEMENT FOR FABRICATION OF STEEL WORKS

The Primary goal of Arewa Metal Containers Limited (ARMECO) is the satisfaction of
customers, we design, detail and fabricate our structures, machines, tanks etc using sound
principle of engineering and we fabricate every component with utmost attention to quality and
detail !elow is our company site erection process"
1 PURPOSE
The purpose of this manual is to ensure that site erections are carried out according to
specifications and in a safe manner
2 SCOPE
The scope of this manual shall include"
#nderstanding the $ngineering %ocuments
!asic sequence
&ite organi'ation
$rection Procedure
(uality control programme
&afety procedure
3 RESPONSIBILITY
The &ite $ngineer is responsible for the effective implementation of this manual on site and
shall ensure that"
The workforce is aware of and implements the relevant standards and regulations
Changes in procedures, which become necessary during the erection stages, are agreed
by him and)or design engineer, and that the technical document are corrected in order to
be consistent
*oisting equipment of suitable capacity is available for any preassemblies which must
be lifted
Means of access, such as scaffolding, stairs and platforms, are installed to enable bolting
and welding to be carried out satisfactorily
4 REFERENCE
$rection)assembly drawings
Loading)dispatch list
!& +,+-" &tructural use of steelwork in building
A.& %//" &tructural .elding Code
5 UNDERSTANDING THE ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS
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This drawing shows the layout of all anchor bolts, it is normally presented in one sheet,
but for relatively large buildings, this layout may be presented on two or more sheets
$rection drawings are not made to scale All drawings appear in millimetres unless
noted on the drawings
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The cross drawings indicates columns and rafter references, connection details, bolt
schedules, flange brace schedules and other information as applicable such as strut tubes
and flange and flange brace details
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0oof framing plan illustrates the purlins, bracings and related details Part numbers are
indicated on this drawings for purlins, bracing, sag rods 1where applicable2
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3ther drawings include roof sheet layout, sidewall and end wall sheeting and framing,
crane beam layouts and details, accessories such as sliding doors, roll up doors
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The !3M supplied with the erection drawings is the client !3M The !3Mbegins
with cover sheet indicating the 4ob number, pro4ect 5umber and phrase, clients name,
location and 4ob si'e The second page indicates the various sub areas of the phases, on
the ne6t page the detailed !3M list of items included in each phase begins
. BASIC SE/UENCE OF ERECTION
The basic sequence for erection have been determined and documented for various pro4ect
types and are as contained in appendices A, ! and C7 and shall be strictly adhere to by
erectors on site
0 SITE ORGANI1ATION
&ite shall be adequately identified and pro4ect signboard erected before commencement
of pro4ect
Adequate supply of drinking water shall be provided in all places of works
.hen sanitary sewers are not available, one of the following facilities, unless prohibited
by local codes, shall be provided" chemical toilets, recirculation toilets, combustion
toilets, or other systems as approved by state)local governments
Prior to start of work, arrangement shall be made for medical facilities and personnel to
provide prompt attention to the in4ured and for consultation on occupational safety and
health matters
All pro4ects, activities, installations, or contracts at the site of work where neither a first8
aid station nor medical centre is available, shall be provided with a first8aid kit
All the restricted areas on site shall be clearly identified as such and all necessary PP$
required accessing such areas indicated
Construction site shall have a muster point for headcount in the case of emergency
2 ERECTION PROCEDURE
.hen work at the factory is finished, only one final operation remains, $0$CT935" the
erection method statement will set out the procedures for delivery and assembly including
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the phasing of the erection, bolting, welding and methods of erection and safety of the steel
work package
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A construction sequence relevant to the particular pro4ect shall be agreed prior to delivery of
any material to site, from which a delivery schedule shall be produced Particular attention
shall be paid to the logistics of the erection process to prevent members being missed out,
double handling of materials on site, trucks being under8utili'ed, and the positioning of steel
in the wrong location
%elivery of the steelwork shall normally be in ;-8tonne semi trailer trucks on <4ust in time=
delivery sequence in order to alleviate site congestion, and minimi'e double handling and
on8site damage
>or transport and delivery to site of bolts, nuts and washers the following shall be noted"
They shall be provided with adequate packing, sufficiently protected to avoid damage
during transport
9n the case of high strength bolts, both bolts and nuts shall be adequately greased
$ach package shall contain only one type of bolt, nut or washer of the same diameter,
length and quality
$ach package shall be provided with a label, indicating the manufacturer?s mark, the
type 1bolt, nut and washer2, the quality and the number
*igh strength bolts are indicated by coloured labels, according to the type and quality
1@A B green, CC B red, /-, B blue2
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0eception and unloading of materials always take place as near as possible to the place of
erection, the lay down area are cleansed and levelled A suitable forklift or mobile crane is
use for unloading Care are e6ecuted in handling the various components and bundles to
minimi'e damage to paintAny damaged material, which should be repaired or returned,
shall be separated immediately after arrival and documented The pro4ect engineer shall be
informed, to allow him assess what effect this might have on the construction programme
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.hen handling individual members the following shall be noted"
Parts with different reference marks shall not be mi6ed or packed together
3n large or heavy parts the lifting points shall be indicated, including where possible the
location of the centre of mass of the component
All parts that can be easily damaged shall be adequately protected during transport and
handling
Components in the storage area shall be kept off the ground, protected from damp and
dirt by means of sleepers or battens
.hen using steel wire cables as lifting strings the following shall be noted"
Care shall be taken to ensure that the sharp corners of beams are packed with wood in
order to protect the sling, the surface treatment and any prepared edges
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&lings shall be regularly inspected, and the ma6imum safe load shall be shown on a steel
tag
.hen using double8leg slings it shall be appropriate that the lifting capacity diminishes
as the angle between the legs increases The &ite $ngineer shall ensure that the load in
the legs shall not e6ceed that calculated from
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.here 0 is the load in a leg, P is the total leg and D is the half8angle between the legs of
the sling
Ma6imum safe load shall not e6ceed /)A of the breaking load of the steel wire cable
from which the sling is made
The hoisting slings shall be regularly inspected and taken out of service as soon as the
number of broken wires in a metre?s length reaches or e6ceeds :-E of the total
The slings shall not be bent over diameters less than si6 times the diameter of the cable
9f necessary rounded cushions shall be put in place to support the sling
0egarding the storage and use of welding consumables, the following shall be noted"
The electrodes shall be packed in closed and sealed packages or tins7 storage shall be in
closed and dry place to prevent condensation and special care shall be taken to avoid
damaging the coating
.hen basic8type electrodes are used, they shall be dried or baked in accordance with the
welding procedure
3nce the sealed packets have been opened, the electrodes shall be placed in a portable
drying oven
Mobile drying ovens shall be provided with an insulated quiver in which he keeps the
electrodes, taken from the nearest drying oven
9n very special cases and in very damp conditions the welders shall be provided with
individual portable drying ovens, from which they remove the electrodes one by one, as
they need them
>or general purpose a complete list of erection element shall be available on site indicating
their code8mark, weight, and si'e and specifying the locations where they will be used
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An inspection of the foundation, to check the levelling and alignment of the anchor bolts,
shall be made before erection commences A fi6ed levelling point and three fi6ed alignment
points shall be established for this purpose $rrors in the foundation identified at this stage,
shall be corrected using packer plates
The foundations shall be cleaned prior to erecting the steelwork .e shall ensure that the
cavities for holding down bolts are completely free from contamination
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Planning for the erection of our 4obs commence at the design phase, the steel structure is
erected quickly to programme to the lowest possible cost (uestions concerning the
construction sequence and its effect on stability shall be resolved The designer shall
position the braced bays in a way that they shall be the first to be erected The structure shall
be braced and true as the erection proceeds
.orks at a height shall be minimi'ed by the use of sub8assembly units where practicable
.here sub8assembly shall be carried out on site, it shall be done behind the lifting
equipment in order that the assembly can be lifted straight off the ground and into position
%uring lifting damage shall be minimi'ed on the paint treatment by the use of softwood
packers and to ensure that the load will not slip as it is being lifted and that the sling8chains
or wires are not damaged
.here the structure needs additional rigidity during erection temporary stiffening shall be
used to ensure the rigidity of structure until the permanent connections are made
.here a particularly awkward or heavy lift has to be made, special cleats shall be fabricated
for this purpose
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To facilitate the erection of the structure, holding8down bolts are normally positioned by our
civil engineers Movement tolerances are accommodated in the foundation to ensure that
correct alignment takes place After checking and confirming that holding8down are
acceptable, typical /--mm 6 /--mm steel packs 1/8:-mm thick2 or similar are placed on
the base to the required level
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!efore carrying out any bolted connections checks shall be made to ensure"
The bolts, nuts and washers to be used shall be e6actly as indicated on the drawings
!olts, nuts and washers shall be cleaned and undamaged
The parts to be connected shall be cleaned and without defects
9n connections with tapered flanges, tapered washers shall be placed under the nut, the bolt,
or both
9n the case of a hole with a vertical a6is, the bolts shall be inserted from above, with the nut
at the bottom
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.here welding is necessary on site, careful pre8planning shall be required as follows"
Provision shall be made for temporary alignment of the ad4acent components which are
to be welded together, and to hold them in position until they are welded The methods
adopted for the alignment shall be able to carry the weight of the components and in
some cases a substantial load from the structure
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&afe means of access and a secure working platform shall be provided for the welder
and his equipment
All welding shall be carried out by qualified welders in accordance with approved
procedures
The earth return of the electric current must be made through the steel structures, cranes,
or through metallic parts of installations but must be directly connected to the
construction part being welded
The surface of 'one to be welded shall be clean and dry
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&urface Preparation
.here oil and grease are present remove in accordance with the &&PC &urface
Preparation &pecification using 5o / &olvent Cleaning 1&&PC8&P/2 Perform cleaning
prior to blasting 9f contamination remains after blasting, reclean with solvent
!last cleans all steel to a commercial blast condition, as defined in &&PC8&P /-C+
equivalent to grade &a: F of &wedish &tandards &9& -+ +,-- and &econd (uality of
!ritish &tandards @:;:
Mi6ing Paint
Mi6 the primer with a high shear mi6er in accordance with the manufacturer?s
recommendations to smooth, lump free consistency
Mi6 in the original containers
Continue mi6ing until all of the metallic powder or pigment is in suspension
Assure that all of the coating solids that might settle to the bottom of the container are
thoroughly dispersed
Mi6 each subsequent coat to achieve and to maintain a homogenous mi6ture
&train the mi6ture through +--Gm 8 :+- Gm 1;-8A- mesh2 screen openings to remove
large particles
$quip paint containers with a mechanical agitator so the mi6ture is in motion throughout
the application period
Thinning Paint
Thin the paint only as recommended by the manufacturer
Conditions for Painting
Apply paint only on clean and dry surfaces and only during periods of favourable
weather
%o not paint when the temperature of the air, paint, or metal is below +HC, and at no
time below that described in the technical data sheet7 when the air is misty7 or when
conditions are otherwise unsatisfactory
%o not paint damp or frosted surfaces or surfaces hot enough to cause the paint to
blister, to produce a porous paint film, or to cause the vehicle to separate from the
pigment
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Paint only when the surface temperature is at least ;HC above the dew point %etermine
the dew point with the use of a psychrometer and psychrometric tables
Allow each coat of paint to dry before applying the succeeding coat >ollow the
manufacturer?s recommendations for drying time, unless a longer drying time is
required
Application
!efore paint is applied, clean dust and dirt and other contamination from the freshly
painted surfaces
Apply primer and subsequent coats immediately after inspection and acceptance of the
surface
Apply primer the same day the metal is cleaned 9f the metal is blast cleaned and
remains unpainted overnight, blast clean it again prior to priming
&pray applies primer in accordance with the manufacturer?s recommendations
>or application for intermediate and finish coats, wet stripe all edges, bolts, welds,
rivets, corners, and other irregularities either by brush or by a separate and distinct spray
operation, prior to the application of the full coat
Provide safe access for inspection, as required by the $ngineer, prior to application of
the full coat over the striped areas
%o not apply the full coat until approval of the striping is provided
Apply intermediate and final coats to areas of steel that will be inaccessible prior to the
stage of construction that prevents access
Thickness of Coats
The cumulative dry film thickness will be determined by the use of a Magnetic %ry >ilm
Thickness Iauge, or equal
9ncrease the thickness of coating, if directed by the 9nspector in8Charge
9 /UALITY CONTROL PROCEDURE
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The (uality Assurance Manual 1detailed sequence of work for the pro4ect type and erection
procedure2 defines the appropriate procedures required to ensure the particular pro4ect is up
to specification The erector responsible for the erection shall be informed of all the
variables affecting the quality of the assembly, so that they can be monitored
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A (uality Control Programme shall be in place identifying all materials and workmanship
from purchase to delivery and subsequent incorporation into the works 9t is essential that
monitoring is carried out to ensure performance of materials and workmanship incorporated
into the final works is not inferior to those specified by the designer
The (uality Control Programme shall be based on the following"
The (uality Assurance Manual
The general contract condition of the pro4ect
The general standards applicable to the pro4ect
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The company?s standards, procedures and specifications
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.ithin the method statement, an approved testing and inspection programme shall be agreed
to ensure that, the as8built structures conform to specification and design intention The
inspection programme shall monitor the following"
The structure position is in accordance with the tolerance laid down
The erection has not deviated from the design requirements or specification without all
changes being approved by the appropriate body and a full record kept of those changes
The method of construction have allowed for process quality control of welding, heat8
treatment of welding, non8destructive testing, alignment and plumbing
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All variations after the work has started shall be accompanied by a 5on8Conformance
0eport 15C02, traceable throughout the entire process and signed off by the design
engineer
Any damage or discrepancy shall be reported using the 5C0 system 1appendi6 %2 and
repaired or replaced following this approved system
1: SAFETY PROCEDURE
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$very individual working on site shall take responsibility for safe work practices, regardless
of 4ob title &afety is &3&"4!n&<* responsibility
!efore start of work, all workers shall attend a structural steel erection best practice review
for the pro4ect
.eekly safety meetings shall be held and the sub8contractor shall be kept informed, in
writing, about discussions and issues that may affect safe erection of steel 1eg, weather
conditions Ksuch as windL, access, and site conditions2
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Site safety
There can be assorted ha'ards associated with working on any site and site regulations as
laid down by the 3.5$0)>acility 3perator should be observed
Manual handling risks
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$quipment and associated items may be heavy and care should be taken when handling
manually 9t is generally preferable to reduce any risk by avoiding manual handling
altogether .hen unavoidable, correct lifting procedure should be used *eavy items will
include, but not limited to, roof and floor plates, stilling wells and rolling ladder
Arrangements should be made for items such as these to be delivered as close as possible to
the intended point of installation and be moved subsequently as much as possible by
machine
Personnel Protective Equipment
The minimum personal protective equipment is as follows"
Approved safety helmet
Approved earplugs
&afety footwear
$ye protection
Iloves
3veralls
0espirators
And any other equipment deemed necessary by the specific task involved
Risk of falling
9f any installation or activity needs to be done at a height above :m, care should be
e6ercised to prevent personnel falling from height &caffolding)Man lifting equipment
should be used for such activity)installation
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Crane and Lifting Equipment
All cranes and lifting equipment shall undergo relevant test and thorough
e6amination and certified okay They shall be operated with the use of
manufacturer?s handbook
3nly certified operators and trained riggers authorised by the contractor shall be
allowed to operate cranes)lifting equipment
Crane)lifting equipment operators and)or safety personnel shall carry out daily
inspections and this shall be entered into the crane)equipment register
Cutting and Welding
Personnel involved with this operation shall use respirator
.elding shield shall be worn
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Mains Voltages
Care should be e6ercised when working with mains voltages 1:@-M or ;C-M
AC2 All appliances, equipment, and materials used for temporary electrical
installations shall be constructed, installed, protected, worked and maintained, so
as prevent danger
All work on electrical equipment shall be carried out by, or under the immediate
supervision of a qualified electrical craftsman
Power in e6cess of :@-M shall be transmitted by armoured cable, which shall
either be buried or strung overhead

Workers rientation
Prior to starting work, every worker shall attend a site orientation to be informed of and
becoming familiar with"
&ite rules and regulations
$rection plan and procedures
$quipment to be used
*a'ard assessment
.ork area and emergency procedures 1including the rescue plan2
.ork areas of other trades and the need to communicate planned work activities to
them when working in close pro6imity
Lifting and *andling Loads
Manual handling of loads or materials by workers should be minimi'ed
&ub8contractors must provide, where reasonably practicable, appropriate equipment to
help workers lift, lower, push, pull, carry, handle, or transport heavy or awkward loads
*ousekeeping
&tore all supplies, such as bolts in proper containers and set away from areas where they
can pose tripping ha'ards
%o not leave loose bolts and nuts lying on steel or on ground
Perform ongoing cleanup as required
%o not string hoses through high traffic areas or stairs 9nstead, hang the hoses up to
eliminate the ha'ard
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The steel fabricator shall be responsible for"
Providing detailed connection information to ensure that the structure can be safely
erected
Providing, where required, safety attachments or anchor points
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The steel erector shall be responsible for"
$nsuring workers are adequately qualified, suitably trained, and with sufficient
e6perience to safely perform the assigned work
9nform the company about access needs to the site specific work areas
Pre8planning work activities to ensure that workers are not required to work under
unsafe or suspended loads
%eveloping site8specific work instructions and procedures that identify access and area
needs
$nsuring that requirements for moving loads over working areas are met The erector
must comply with the general and specific requirements of lifting and handling loads
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9nstalling Columns
Columns should be set on levelling plates, levelling nuts, shim packs, or level finished
floors for adequate transfer of construction loads
Attach the column rigging through a bolt hole in the top of the column in the web or a
beam clip 9f the column rigging cannot be attached to the column due to the shape of
the column, then a choker may be used provided that a way to prevent the choker from
sliding up the column is in place
&ignal the crane to lift column Ad4ust the crane?s line 1by signalling the operator2 to
remain above the column rigging 1pick point2 of the lift as column is being raised
3nce the column is lifted off the ground and the crane has the complete weight, stop the
lift until the load settles 1if required2 3nce the load settles, proceed to signal the crane
operator to move the column into position
Lower the column"
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the shims touches the connection point, put the washer and nuts on the anchor bolts
Plumb the column by tightening the anchor bolts
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base plate of the column touches the connection point, bolt down Plumb the column
by tightening the connection bolts #se spud wrench)sleaver bars to guide the
column into position #se a minimum of @ bolts to secure the column
0elease the weight of the column from the crane
!efore releasing the rigging, make sure column is secure on the anchor bolts
#nstable columns must be guyed or braced as necessary
9nstallation of !eams on Columns
%uring the final placing of solid web structural members, the load shall not be released
from the hoisting line until the members are secured with at least two bolts per
connection 1of the same si'e and strength as shown in the erection drawings2 drawn up
wrench8tight or the equivalent as specified by the pro4ect structural engineer record
A competent person shall determine if more than two bolts are necessary to ensure the
stability of cantilevered members7 if additional bolts are needed, they shall be installed
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&olid web structural members used as diagonal bracing shall be secured by at least one
bolt per connection drawn up wrench8tight or equivalent as specified by the pro4ect
structural engineer of record
%ouble Connections
.hen two structural members on opposite sides of a column web, or a beam web over a
column, are connected sharing common connection holes, at least one bolt with its
wrench8tight nut shall remain connected to the first member unless a shop Nattached seat
or equivalent connection devices is supplied with the member to secure the first member
and prevent the column from being displaced
9f a seat or equivalent devices is used, the seat 1or devices2 shall be designed to support
the load during the double connection process 9t shall be adequately bolted or welded to
both a supporting member and the first member before the nuts on the shared bolts are
removed to make the double connection
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$nsure that structural stability is maintained at all times
Construction loads must not be placed on any structural steel unless such framework is
safely bolted, welded, or otherwise adequately secured
.hen used, temporary bracing must be in place and properly installed in con4unction
with the steel erection plan to ensure the stability of the structure
Temporary bracing can be removed only with approval of competent person
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Careful consideration must be given to the ground conditions and the soil compaction in
areas in which cranes are to be moved and operated
9f work is to be done or equipment is to be operated in the area of an energi'ed overhead
power line, the employer must contact the power line operator to determine the voltage
of the power line, which determines the safe approach distance #ntil the power line
operator verifies the voltage, the employer must maintain a safe clearance distance
3n cranes operating with outriggers, the beams must be e6tended with the pads down
according to manufacturer?s recommendations The ground should be checked
periodically for settling, and the outriggers reset if necessary
The ma6imum load rating is not the breaking strength of the piece of rigging An erector
must ensure that the load rating of the piece of rigging is appropriate 1+ to / for all
below8the8hook lifting devices7 /- to / for hoisting of personnel2
The ma6imum load rating must be marked on the rigging 9f making the rigging is not
possible the load rating should be available to workers on site
&lings must be checked before each use by workers
%amaged slings must be permanently removed from service
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.orkers must use a fall protection system if they may fall ;m or more, or if there is an
unusual possibility of in4ury if a worker falls less than ;m 1eg, falling unto e6posed
rebar pointing upward2
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.orkers working on flat roofs and workers engaged in connecting structural members of
a skeleton structure are not e6empted from using a fall protection
A fall protection plan must specify the"
8 >all ha'ards at the work site
8 >all protection system to be used at the work site
8 Procedures used to assemble, maintain, inspect, use, and dismantle the fall
protection system
8 0escue procedures to be used if a worker fall or is suspended by a personal fall
arrest system or safety net and needs to be rescued
0eview fall protection plan, including the rescue plan, with workers
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>oreman can e6ercise 4udgement and shut down all work at his or her discretion due to
wind, rain or any other unusual weather condition
Materials must be hoisted using material lifts or ropes and must be secured to prevent
falling off steel %o not carry materials up ladders
Tools must be hoisted using material lifts or ropes and, when the tools are not in use,
they must be secured to prevent falling off steel or from being removed %o not carry
tools up ladders unless the tools are part of a tool belt
&ecure and mark covers over open holes
9nstall handrails and kick8plates in con4unction with stair and grating erection, where
required
All materials, equipment, and tools that are not in use while aloft must be contained,
restrained, or protected from falling
$rectors must protect workers from being struck by falling ob4ects 1eg, an overhead
safeguard strong enough to withstand the shock load of falling ob4ects2, or if workers
enter into the danger area, then barricades, warning or signs can warn workers of the
ha'ards
Construction processes below steel erection must be prohibited unless overhead
protection for workers below is provided
&afety net can be used to protect workers from falling ob4ects
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#se of *and Tools
#se all hand tools for the purpose intended by the manufacturer
#se the right tool for the right 4ob
9nspect all tools for defects prior to use
Prevent all hand tools from falling 1where applicable2 by using items such as lanyards,
netting, and chains
#se of Power Tools
Power tools must be used in accordance with manufacturer?s specifications
9nspect all power tools prior to use
$nsure all guards are in place
Take damaged tools out of service and tag them for repair
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#se proper personal protective equipment 1PP$2 while operating power tools
$nsure portable magnetic drills are tied off and equipped with lock8tight cord ends
Prevent all power tool from falling 1where applicable2 by using items such as lanyards,
netting, and chains
Cutting)!urning).elding 3perations
&ecure compressed gas cylinders in an upright position and protect them or locate them
away from falling ob4ects
36ygen fuel systems required a flashback arrestor and a back8flow prevention devices
A back8flow prevention devices is unnecessary in the fuel line of single8line torch
systems operating on fuel gas and aspirated ambient air, since the potential for creating
an e6plosive or flammable gas mi6ture in the hose does not e6ist 1eg, tiger torch2
0emove combustible material from area, if possible
#se fire blankets where required
Assign fire watch where required
.orkers e6posed to an airborne contaminant or mi6ture of contaminants must wear
appropriate respiratory protective equipment
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The following are some of the equipment available in our company for the convenient
erection of our steel components
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Mobile crane >orklift
&cissor lift Lifting beam
&lings Clamps, shackles and clips
Ladders
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Ienerator 5ibbler
Irinder *ammer drill
*ole cutter 9mpact wrench
$lectric shear &tapple applicator
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Plumb !o Theodolite
Automatic level &pirit level
Measuring tape and square
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.elding hood Ioogles
Iloves &afety boots
&afety harness >irst aid bo6
$ar Protection >ire e6tinguisher
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.elding machine
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36y8acetylene
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