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LOAD OUT BY SKIDDING LOAD OUT BY TRAILERS LOAD OUT BY CRANE (S)

Skidding is a method feasible for items of any weight; it would be the sole choose for super heavy structures. The system consists of a series of steel beams, acting as track. Each skid is provided with a hydraulic jack to control the reaction. The Structure will be pulled to the barge by strand-jacks system. Strand jacks can be used horizontally for pulling objects and structures and widely used in the oil and gas industry for skidded load out, speeds of up to 40m/hr.

LOAD OUT PQP JACKET 13,000T BY SKIDDING

LOAD OUT PQP TOPSIDES 10,000T BY SKIDDING

1.1. Project manager As the Leader of Project, Project manager will be responsible for whole project & manage execution of the Project 1.2. LO Manager Action as the Master of LO operation, LO manager will be responsible for: - Command the LO operation - Manage all LO activities - Co-ordinate with all parties for LO successfully 1.3. Safety Manager Safety Manager acts as the leader of HSE and fully responsible for: - HSE of entire project - Supervise HSE during LO operation - Make sure all LO activities are compliance with HSE regulation of project

1.4. Engineering Manager Be responsible for Technical of whole project 1.5. Operation supervisor - Supervise LO operation - Co-ordinate with all another staffs during LO operation 1.6. Ballast supervisor Acts as the Master of Barge and Ballasting, he will be fully responsible for: - Be responsible for barge and ballast activities - Supervise and manage the ballasting operation 1.7. Trailer supervisor Acts as the Master of Trailer operation, he will be fully responsible for: - Be responsible for trailer operation. - Supervise and manage the trailer operation 1.8. Trailer Operator Will operate Trailer

2. EQUIPMENT
2.1. Power-pack Strand-Jacks are equipped with a power pack. The using power packs are complete with manifold. The power packs are connected to the strand jacks by a complete set of hydraulic hoses and electric system.

Hnh2.1: Power pack with manifold

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2.2. Strand-jack The strand-jacks are certificated by Third Party (after manufacturing). After each job the jacks are maintained and tested by skilled personnel.

Hnh2.2: Strand-jack

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2.3. Anchor blocks Anchor Blocks should be sufficiently prepared

Hnh2.3: Anchor blocks

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2.4. Strand wire Certificates of strand wires are available prior to the LO on request.

Hnh2.4: Strand-wire

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2.5. Break-out Jack Break-out jacks are hydraulic jacks with suitable capacity

Hnh2.5: Breakout jack opposite view

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2.5. Break-out Jack

Hnh2.6: Breakout jack site view

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2.6. Ballast equipment The ballast pumps used for the LO will be submersible, portable hydraulic driven pumps, which can be lowered into a barge through a manhole.

Hnh2.7: Ballast system arrangement

2. EQUIPMENT
2.7. Back-up ballast system Spare pumps and spare power-packs will be available to replace malfunctioning ballast equipment. Also the barge own ballast system will act as back-up system. 2.8. Mooring Winches Mooring winches will be located on the yard and connected to the barge bollards

3. ENGINEERING
3.0. Document preparation Before LO activities, the following document should be approved: Load out Procedure All equipment certification Lay-out drawing LO checklist should be prepare and presented to relevant personnel in advance and got comment as well as addition/concern if any Weather forecast should be provided sufficiently for LO period

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Technical Arrangement 3.1.1. General LO procedure Before the load out operation the barge will be moored against the load out quay. The barge will be partly pre-ballasted in this situation. Before the load out operation the barge will be turned into position. Once in position the barge will be ballasted into pre-ballast condition with assistance of barge own ballast system. The barge is to be pre-ballasted with its skid-way level between 20 mm and 0 mm below top of quay level, continuously during the load out operations critical stage for compensation of load transfer and tidal variation. 3.1.2. Install Strand-jacks/ Power-pack and Anchor-blocks The strand-jacks will be installed with a small crane. This will be done under supervision of the LO Contractor Supervisor on site. Sufficiently provide forklift / crane assistance, LO Contractor has all other small equipment necessary for the installation. The power-packs will be placed with a crane on the arranged platform on the DSF. All hydraulic hoses will be installed by hand. Anchor-blocks on the barge will be installed with a forklift /crane. This is best done when the barge is alongside the quay

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Technical Arrangement 3.1.3. Pulling & Cutting of Strand Strand coils will be placed in a strand cage. The position of the cages is near the strand jacks. The strand wire will be pulled by workmen from the Structure-location, near the strand jacks towards the anchor block on the barge. In this phase, the barge has to lay in LO position perpendicular to the quay. When the total wire is pulled, the wire will be cut by a specially prepared grinder, which has proven to be the most effective way. The wire will be installed at the same time in the strand jack and in the anchor-block. (All wires must be installed in-line). A short wave radio will be used for communication. Per location a group of approx. Workmen are required to pull the wire. Number of locations simultaneously installed depending on planning. The exact length of the strands will be determined at site (during strand pulling) but approximate length will be determined during the engineering phase.

Grinder Equipment

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Technical Arrangement 3.1.4. Pre-Stressing of Strands After installation of all strands, the strands must be pre-stressed. During the prestressing, the barge must be ballasted to compensate the tide allowing +/-0.1 m in relation to the quay. The pre-stressing will be controlled by the Strand-jack Monitoring Computer. After pre-stressing the jacks will be given one or more release strokes, in order not to have any unwanted stress on the strands until the LO start. 3.1.5. Pre-ballasting of Barge The barge must be pre ballasted according to ballast calculation. The barge will be ballasted into this condition with help of the barge ballast system. The preballasting will be done under supervision of LO Contractor supervisor assisted by the barge engineer.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Technical Arrangement 3.1.6. Breakout moment During the breakout the load will be increased according to following procedure: 1) Strand-jacks will be activated in steps of 20% till they are pulling X% of vertical load (X: need to be greater than the expected friction at rest of the structure). Between each of the steps of 20% load increase, there will be a waiting period of 1 minute, to give the system time to act. If within this waiting time the Structure has not moved, the next 20% will be applied. 2) In case breakout is not achieved when strand-jacks pull 8% of vertical load, the breakout jacks will be activated for pushing. This will again be done in steps of approximately 20% of capacity. After each step there will be a 1 minute waiting period. If within this waiting time the Structure has not moved, the next 20% will be applied until full pushing capacity is activated.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Technical Arrangement 3.1.6. Breakout moment During the breakout the load will be increased according to following procedure: 3) In case breakout still not achieved investigate what could be wrong, while load is released to guarantee a safe way of working. It can be decided to increase pulling load within the given strand-jack-system capacity until breakout is achieved. In principle, breakout will only be done once. This set of steps in order to avoid the Structure to jump forward, due to elasticity of strand-wires.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.1. General Engineering concerns The LO operation will be executed by using a skidding method. Skidding will be performed in two phases. Phase 1 is skidding from construction location to quayside. Phase 2 is skidding from quayside onto final position on Barge. The pulling force required will be provided by the strand jacks attached to the DSF. During skidding, the barge tanks shall be ballasted or de-ballasted to their required quantities as indicated in the ballast calculation report. The barge will be ballasted / de-ballasted until the required draft, heel and trim have been achieved before proceeding to the next stage. The speed of the pulling and the progress of the ballast will be coordinated within each stage. The pulling speed will be approximately 15m/hr. When no ballasting needs to be done, the pulling speed can be increased to maximum 20m/hr. During LO the level of the barge shall be monitored visually and by monitoring system.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.2. Pre-LO activities - Clear area of obstructions. - Install Ballast System on barge. - Ballast Barge to pre-LO requirement. - Align Barge for LO condition. - Install and tension mooring lines. - Install Strand-jacks and Power-packs on DSF. - Pre-tension strand-jacks per individual strand. - Maintain barge level by visual inspection. - Check functionality of all equipment. - Check weather condition visually and with daily report. - Monitor tide and note any discrepancy. - Preparation skid way for skidding operation.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.2. Pre-LO activities - Remove any obstructing installation or attachments to the structure (for example scaffolding). - Check strands for dirt, grease or damages, clean by pressure jet if necessary. - Carry out meeting and brief all involved personnel.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.3. LO activities - Align and secure barge, check tension mooring lines. - Verify alignment of skid beam to barge. - Clear LO area and barge of unnecessary personnel. - Re-confirm barge condition, draft, trim, and heel. Adjust ballast if necessary. - Re-check weather condition. - Obtain written approval from Company and warranty surveyor. - Start pulling of strand jack. - Note first movement of Structure and its corresponding pulling force. - If Structure does not breakout at maximum expected pushing / pulling force of jacks. A meeting with all parties will be called - If breakout is successful, maintain pulling force and speed - Observe alignment of DSF on the skid-beam; adjust pull to the right and left strand jacks to re-align DSF if necessary

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.3. LO activities - Bundle strands during skidding with straps or rope - Prepare for cross-over. - Follow pulling steps as per Ballast Calculation. - Ballast Barge as per ballast sequence. - Check if Barge is not restricted between the quays, check fenders. - Monitoring Structure position to markings on skid beam. - Continuously monitor barge level and tide. - Continue pulling and ballasting until Structure reaches final position. - Alignment of Structure will be done when approaching 2.0m of the final position. This is achieved by applying different pulling forces on the left/right strand jacks.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.3. LO activities - Prepare for alignment of the DSF perpendicular to skidding direction. This can be done by guides, to make sure the DSF will reach the exact correct end location. - Confirm final position.

3. ENGINEERING
3.2. LO Sequences 3.2.4. Post-LO activities - Cutting of strands behind Anchor-blocks - Remove strands from strand-jacks and anchor-blocks - Remove strands from barge. - Disconnect strand-jacks and power-packs - Remove strand jacks and power packs by forklift/crane. - Remove anchor blocks from barge - Remove Ballast System from barge - Remove mooring system. - Install temporary sea fastening. - Demobilize all equipment.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.1.1. Project Manager At all times it must be recognized that the Project Manager is the person who is directly responsible for the protection of the men/women in his charge, and that the responsibility is not lessened by the presence of a Safety Officer in the organization 4.1.2. Supervisor Supervisors apply the safety rules and procedures. Instructing new employees and making random safety inspections in their areas of responsibility and taking prompt actions when deemed necessary 4.1.3. Safety Officer He is responsible for the overall safety during all operations. The safety officer will have a day-to-day responsibility to ensure that the health and safety arrangements are being applied effectively. He will also be responsible for the marking of the restricted area during the site-move and load out of the Structure

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.1.4. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - Comply with all statutory and site HSE regulations - Work in a safe manner. - Report immediately to supervisor all unsafe conditions that arise. - Report all incidents that may lead to accidents or injury. - Comply with all rules and regulations made by the Company or by the Client with regard to safety on site. - Co-operate with the management in accident investigation. - Employees are encouraged to take part in all schemes, which promote an interest in safety. - Keep your working areas clean and tidy. - Safety helmets must be worn at all times in construction areas. - Make use of all safety equipment and protective clothing that is available where circumstances require it

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.1.4. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - Inspect your equipment prior to use, if faulty report to your supervisor immediately. - Where a hazard has to be created, it is important that warning signs are displayed and action taken to prevent injury. - If you damage plant or tackle, report it to your supervisor immediately. Damaged equipment leads to accidents. - All injuries received during the course of your employment on site must be recorded in the Accident Prevention Book and reported to the company safety officer.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.1.5. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - The sub-contractor manager is responsible for the implementation of all safety rules and regulations connected with sub-contractors/suppliers. - Sub-contractors staff assigned to site are required to ensure within their particular areas of responsibility that rules and regulations are observed. - Sub-contractors managers are responsible for making available the information necessary to allow their employees to carry out their work safely. These information are effected through training, job instruction and safety supervision - Protective clothing and equipment must be made readily available and instructions given concerning its use by sub-contractors. - Sub-contractor Management Team has the responsibility to ensure that subcontractors receive all Client safety rules relevant to their undertakings and issue directives necessary in accordance with client safe working procedures.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.1.5. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - Sub-contractors shall fully comply with safety standards, instructions and safe working procedures and any additional safety information issued by the Client. - Sub-contractors must provide their employees with and ensure they are worn, whenever statutory or site regulations prescribe, the following minimum items of personal protection equipment: Safety helmets Safety boots, safety glasses fire retardant coverall, safety gloves, hearing protection where necessary

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.2. Pre-commencement of LO - Arrange supplies of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) such as safety helmets and other protective equipment, which is deemed necessary. - Consider site conditions, possible obstructions and other hazards, which may be detrimental to safety and welfare. - Personnel should be made familiar with: Location of Medical Centre (on site) First Aid positions and Accident Book location Procedures to obtain emergency services Rules governing evacuation of site Fire drill procedure on site - To ensure LO contractor and sub-contractor personnel attend all Client induction courses accordingly.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.3. Whilst working onsite - Ensure that health and safety regulations are observed, e.g. the wearing of protective clothing, boots, glasses, etc. - Monitor the work of all personnel and stimulate their interest and involvement in safety. - Periodically inspect equipment, statutory site records (if requested), notices and general tidiness. - Good housekeeping is a watchword. Any untidy site is more likely to be unsafe. - Investigate all accidents leading to injury, damage or loss. - In the event of an accident, take any immediate action necessary to deal with the situation. - Ensure only competent and authorized personnel use site plant and equipment.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Responsibilities 4.4. At completion of work Ensure that any statutory records, which the Client requires, are correctly completed and handed over.

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.1. Jack failure If a strand jack fails, the reason of the failure will be investigated. LO Contractor will bring sufficient spare parts to repair / exchange strand-jack parts. LO Contractor will also bring 1 complete strand-jack unit spare. If the jack itself is damaged, the complete jack will be replaced by a spare one. It must be said that there is not much that can be damaged to the main body of the jack. It is a relatively simple design with not a lot of moving parts. 5.2 Strand failure All the strands have a minimum safety factor of 2. In the case that a strand fails, the respective strand will be removed or hung up in such a way that it does not obstruct the other strands. 5.3 Strands slacking If an excessive number of strands are observed to become slack during LO, the LO Contractor site manager will assess the situation with the following options; Continue skidding if total system remaining has sufficient capacity Re-tension the slack strands.

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.4 Hydraulic hose or fitting failure If a hose is burst, the automatic shut off valve installed at each jack will close immediately. The strand jack will not move and the whole system stops immediately. The damaged hose or coupling will be replaced by a spare one, readily available on site. A spill kit will be used to clean any oil spills. 5.5 Power pack failure If a power pack fails, the reason of the failure will be investigated. The total power pack can be removed and replaced or just some components. It is common to prepare a spare power-pack directly next to the power-pack in use. This will allow for a simple reconnection of hoses to a different power-pack in case of any failure. 5.6 Control computer failure The control computer is not a special computer. However, special software is installed into the computer. This software controls the hydraulic system. If there is a problem, the computer can be replaced by a spare one. There will always be a spare control computer available on site for backup.

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.7 Mooring failure Mooring failure is considered in the mooring calculation. This calculation considers a 1-line break. The remaining mooring lines have sufficient capacity to overcome this situation. 5.8 Ballasting failure (tidal) Minimum 150% capacity with intact system and minimum 120% of capacity in all tanks with any one pump system failed shall is used for ballast system design for tide compensation. 5.9 Unfavorable weather conditions During unforeseen and unfavorable weather conditions the decision can be taken to stop the LO. This reduces the expose of crew and it reduces forces onto barge and Structure. However, tidal ballasting shall continue at any time. 5.10 Deformation of skidding way In case of extensive deformations of Skidding way a joint decision must be taken based on the direction and location of the deformation and the stage of the LO.

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.11. Fire on vehicles engines/Barge Furnish sufficiently fire extinguishers in convenient location such as: on big crane (s), barge, communication board 5.12. Personnel crushed during the lifting execution or vehicles running into personnel. Serious injury to personnel Personnel are not allowed to stand under the structure during the movement or setdown of structure. All personnel must wear high visibility clothing. The working area must be cordoned/barricaded; the essential personnel only in it 5.13. Working at heights. Fall and serious injury to personnel Only allowed personnel are allowed to work in height. Built scaffold platform, wear PPE during working. The workers have to used safety belt when working in height 5.14. Electric shock/ electric safety from the barge. Injury to fatal Regularly check and testing on all circuits. Being aware of safety for everybody 5.15. Breaking of winch lines. Serious injury, delay the LO operation due to barge is free of mooring Regular inspection and check during the LO

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5.16. Entry into barge ballast tanks for positioning and retrieval of pumps and hoses. Suffocation due to lack of fresh air, drowning, fall. Injury to fatal All ballast tanks must be vented as soon as possible prior to execution. Gas tested prior to entry. Ballast supervisor should make a visual check of tank condition prior to entry. Obtaining entry to enclosed space permits. Install ladder from barge deck for working. Wear suitable PPE with lifebuoy attached. Personnel are not allowed to access if water level is deeper than 50mm. Appointed personnel on tank hole when personnel working in tanks. No pump function test as well as pump in and out whilst personnel in tanks. Tags are required for involved personnel 5.17. Working at night, bad light condition. Cause accident due to not being seen, low light Lights and generator will be available on barge. All tank holes, covers should be closed or cover over when they are not in use. Supervisor should manage the number of personnel working on barge

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.18. Barge touching bottom of sea during the LO. Damage to barge, the LO operation must be cancelled Ballast calculation, mooring for the LO to be taken into account of tidal variations to ensure that barge is not grounding. Sea sounding and if necessary, LO area must be dredged to ensure sufficient depth of water 5.19. Barge structure failure during the LO Barge strength will be checked by the load out contractor before load out operation 5.20. Instability of the barge. Cause disaster Stability check for the structure on barge during & after the LO. LO operation will be stopped if calculation shows that the stability is not ok on barge 5.21. Failure of ballast system during the LO. LO will be aborted Ballast calculation will determine the number of pumps required and contingency. Spare pumps are always available to replace. Ballast system must hold the barge against the tide during the rectification of any problems during the LO

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.22. Fatigue personnel due to long hours. Untrained persons carrying out tasks Work shifts and patterns will be organised to ensure that personnel do not work excessive hours. Qualified employees will supervise untrained employees 5.23. Injury All participants must wear PPE: High visibility clothing's, glasses, shoes, helmetnot permitted to enter if they do not have enough overall 5.24. Falling materials from structure or items. Injury to personnel & damage to property Wear PPE during the working. Securing objects to ensure that they cannot fall 5.25. Cross over ballast pipes Warning heavy equipment & others not to cross over/run over ballast pipes

LOAD OUT BY TRAILERS SYSTEM


Depending on the required load-carrying capacity, the 2, 3, 4 or 6-axle modular transporter units can easily be coupled with one another. A PPU supplies the hydrostatically driven SPMT with pressure oil for the drive, steering and lift operations. The electronic steering system is controlled by means of an onboard computer that can be configured to control an individual vehicle or groups of coupled units. The units can drive in all directions and negotiate curves

LOAD OUT BY TRAILERS SYSTEM

LO Jacket HST by Trailers

LOAD OUT BY TRAILERS SYSTEM

LO STV Topsides by Trailers

1. MANAGEMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES


1.1. Project manager As the Leader of Project, Project manager will be responsible for whole project & manage execution of the Project 1.2. LO Manager Action as the Master of LO operation, LO manager will be responsible for: - Command the LO operation - Manage all LO activities - Co-ordinate with all parties for LO successfully 1.3. Safety Manager Safety Manager acts as the Leader of HSE and fully responsible for: - HSE of entire project - Supervise HSE during LO operation - Make sure all LO activities are compliance with HSE regulation of project 1.4. Engineering Manager Be responsible for Technical of whole project

1. MANAGEMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES


1.6. Ballast supervisor Acts as the Master of Barge and Ballasting, he will be fully responsible for: - Be responsible for barge and ballast activities - Supervise and manage the ballasting operation 1.7. Trailer supervisor Acts as the Master of Trailer operation, he will be fully responsible for: - Be responsible for trailer operation. - Supervise and manage the trailer operation 1.8. Trailer Operator Will operate Trailer

2. EQUIPMENTS
2.1. Trailer System SPMT is acronym of Self Propelled Modular Transporters; they are composed of dead axles, pendulum drive axles and power pack unit (PPU).

Power Pack Unit

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2.2. Fork Lift A forklift truck (also called a lift truck, a fork truck, a forklift, or a tow-motor) is a powered industrial truck used to lift and transport materials.

Forklfift

2. EQUIPMENTS
2.3. Crane Used for Lift link bridge/Gangway 2.4. Tractor Used for Transport accessories, tools

Forklfift

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2.5. Shackles, turnbuckle, Cables Used for Lashing 2.6. Load spreading beams Used for Spreading/distribution Loads from the structure onto Trailer system underneath

Spreader beams on trailers platform

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2.7. Pumps & Pipes Ballasting/ De-ballasting 2.8. Link span & Wedge For conjunction Jetty to the Barge 2.9. Ropes Used for Mooring 2.10. Fenders Using for absorbing the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall or other vessel. Fenders are used to prevent damage to boats, vessels and berthing structure 2.11. Winches Used for Mooring 2.12. Chain Block Used for Mooring

2. EQUIPMENTS
2.13. Concrete Blocks Used for Mooring 2.14. Pulley Used for LO 2.15. Buoy Used for salvation 2.16. Extinguisher Used for firefighting 2.17. Walkie-Talkie Used for communication

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.0. Document preparation Before LO activities, the following document should be approved: Load out Procedure All Equipment certifications LSF design reports Lay-out drawing LO checklist should be prepare and presented to relevant personnel in advance and got comment as well as addition/concern if any Weather forecast should be provided sufficiently for LO period

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.1. Methodology The LO method will be performed by SPMT (no more used PMT) trailer System and split into 02 stages: Transportation of Structure from Fabrication Yard to the jetty. Adjusting the trailer positions suitable to grillages on barge deck ready for LO. LO Structure onto transportation barge. Ballast will be controlled during the steps as ballast calculation. Trailer modules are assembled / rigged as required configuration above for the LO. Trailer platform can be jacked up/down (1.15+350-250) & (1.35+380-220) and steering system is controlled himself by independent hydraulic system & remote control power pack by trailer operators. Load per axle should be managed within allowable value

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.2. Preparation on Jetty Before commencing the LO operation, shifting Structure from the fabrication yard to jetty, the following steps will be followed 2 stages below: Stage 1: Jacking-up Structure on Fabrication yard & cutting 04 legs of structure: - The Structure was arranged on temporary supports with requirement high from Load out Frame (LO Frame) of structure to the ground. - To make the trailer suitable to the height and better load distribution on trailers, pre-install units of Load Spreader Beams (hereinafter called L.S.B) on trailer platforms, insert rubber pads to increase friction. - Bottom of the Structure will be marked for correct trailer arrangement underneath. In addition, manoeuvring path is identified by marking lines alongside the lengthwise of the Structure on the ground, the trailer wheels to be driven in between these lines. - All obstructions which interfere with the trailers moving path will be removed (junction box, cable, stone, etc)

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.2. Preparation on Jetty - Place thin rubbers at top of the Load Spreader Beam (L.S.B) to increase friction between the Structure and trailers. - After finishing all the preparation, LO Contractor will perform the test lift for Structure. Before performing the trial lift. Notices will be informed to involved Parties prior to lifting test. - Place thin rubbers at top of the Load Spreader Beam (L.S.B) to increase friction between the Structure and trailers. Jacking-up the trailer platforms till top of L.S.B on trailers touching the bottom of Structure - Lashing Structure to trailers by chain ropes. Installing tie-back beams, stoppers to secure the stability of trailers & structure supports - Continue to jack simultaneously the trailer platforms up 1350mm clear from supports (Drawing No. 02). This height is fixed during the load out operation. - Cutting/Removing all supports - Checking all pressure of trailers to control the load condition before moving.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.2. Preparation on Jetty Stage 2: Shifting Structure to load out Position on jetty: - Double checking for trailers tires, lashing system, stability of Structure prior to moving the Structure. This is the last stage to align trailers which are suitable to the grillages on the barge deck. Final position will be checked & adjusted correctly with paint marks/lines prior to commencing the LO operation. Stability check and lashing arrangement will be performed as calculations. - In order to shift the Structure to the load out position (ready for load out) from the fabrication yard to the jetty. LO manager will utilize walkie-talkie during the transport and LO operation to give command to operators. - Finally, Power Packs of SPMT will simultaneously pull trailer fleets & the Structure to final location for load out preparation

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure - Remove any obstacle on the fabrication yard within transporting route. - Clear all metal pieces, sharp objects on en-route which may harm the trailers tires. The route to the quayside should be checked and confirmed that no sort areas exist. - Remove electric lines/junction box on jetty which block running path of the fleet - Removing & clearing any obstacles on barge deck which can obstruct the load out Installing/welding pump frames for ballast pump. - Clear all lubricant & grease on the maneuvering path of trailers. - Mooring barge stern hard against the Jetty ready for load out as mooring calculation. - Fasten all lines & double check prior to commencing the load out operation.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure - Installing ballast pumps, pipes & any necessary equipment on the barge deck. - Function testing for all pumps & measure the volume water of each tanks. - Pre-ballasting for the load out (Water volume in tanks will be checked & report carefully). - Observing the weather condition & tide level at local Jetty prior to load out operation. - Preparing equipment, tool, and manpower for the load out operation. - Paint marking lines arrangement for trailer path on Jetty & barge deck.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.4. Barge Mooring and Preparation - Prior to the LO, weather condition information must be obtained to ensure good weather condition during the LO operation. Mooring analysis will be performed based on the limiting weather conditions for LO operation as well as mooring calculation. All ropes, hooks, equipment for lashing, securing must be designed within SWL. All mooring lines, mooring bits on the barge and bollards on the quayside will be inspected by Marine Warranty Surveyor and Company Representative to secure the barge during the LO. - The transportation barge will be moored her stern against the Jetty for the load out operation. The followings will be prepared in advance for the LO:

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.4. Barge Mooring and Preparation + Barge suitability inspection including internal inspection of all ballast tanks by Marine Warranty Surveyor. + Unnecessary objects on barge deck which may interfere with LO activities will be removed. + Ramps to be positioned accurately between the jetty and the barge. Paint marks for the moving path of the trailers from quay passing ramp to the barge. + Paint marking for each steps of LO according to ballast calculation. + Installing ballast pumps and hoses as designed, function test to ensure good working condition of the system. + Fastening mooring ropes from the barge to the bollards on the quayside as per mooring arrangements. + Tugboat is to be used for mooring and assisting the barge during LO operation and for contingency

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.5. Link Span Installation The link-span is the combination from separate sections. Mobilization all dragboards, wedges, hinges etc to designated location on the jetty sufficient days prior to load out date. Mobile crane(s) & forklift(s) are ready for link-span installation on the Jetty. All such as link bridges to be subject to visual inspection prior to use Step 1: Firstly, welding hinges to the barge deck, the thickness of welding Step 2: Checking & NDT for all the welding line Step 3: Use crane(s) to lift the wedges onto the barge deck as pre-designated location. Step 4: Utilize crane(s) for installation of dragboards, one by one. Adjustment of dragboard until the pins will be put fully into hinge. Locking pins right after successful installation. .

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.5. Link Span Installation Step 5: Utilize crane(s) for wedges installation on the Jetty to build the trailer path. Step 6: Lock small pins to connect dragboards and wedges.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.6. Methodology of Barge Mooring Step 1: Define the location for mooring the barge & paint marking first. Then, turn the barge; arrange all mooring lines as designed diagram. Mooring her stern freely (not so hard) against the jetty ready for the operation. Tugboat, forklift etc. will be used during the mooring operation of barge. Step 2: When the tide rising, 03hrs prior to load out operation, utilizing winches and chain blocks on each side for adjustment the barge coming into right position for load out. Then, fasten, moor lines by winches, chain-blocks.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.7. Ballast Control To ensure proper monitoring of the ballast water transferring between the tanks, one experienced person will be assigned to supervise the ballast operation, the sounding value, barge level at each step etc. This person will strictly monitor the pumps that he was assigned and to control these pumps if necessary. He should also advise the ballast engineer immediately of any mal-functioning such as sudden loss of pressure or other concerns. It is extremely important to confirm the working condition of ballast pumps and ballasting operation. Walkie-talkies will be used on private channels to control ballast pumps. The communication from the controllers is systematic. Request or reply must be in the order of tank number to avoid confusion. Supervising works should focus on 2 notices:

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.1. Procedure 3.1.7. Ballast Control 1) The barge will be checked all time, the barge check include: Trimming check and heeling check, one responsible worker check the ullage of the barge both side port and start-board each end of the barge. The result of measurement have to be sent to ballast supervisor by walkie-talkie each 5 for treatment, max trimming allowable is 300cm and max heeling allowable is 100cm. 2) Pumping duration must be counted by stopwatch. Pump capacity is shown by manufacturer & defined by pumping in tanks

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.2. LO sequences The actual LO operation is commenced when the first axle of the trailer is on the ramps (link-span) and finished when the whole Structure sitting correctly on the grillages. The Sequences is applied as follows: Step 1: Barge is ballasted to the pre-determined condition readiness for LO with the tide level meeting the calculated tide in the ballast calculation. Step 2: At this time, power pack of SPMT will simultaneously pull the trailers onto the ramps (link-span). Prior to commence this step, check carefully mooring lines and winches. The time duration spent for the movement of trailers that is fixed, the first axle of trailers must stop at the first marking and ballast water will be transferred as the ballast calculation.

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.2. LO sequences Step 3: When ballast water volume gets satisfied level as ballast calculation for the Structure moves on Barge, commence to move the system. Tide level is constantly checked in a precise manner and informed to the ballast supervisor. - During the movement, ballasting operations will be continued according to ballast calculation. Visual check carefully stability of structure before commencement next steps. - Regular inspection and control the clearance between link-span and barge deck approximately (20 100mm). Step 4: Trailers got the Grillages position, stop the trailers, lower the structure onto the grillages on the barges deck. During the lowering check all contact points between the Structure and grillages

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.2. LO sequences Step 5: Get all agreement of Companys Representative/MWS and commence the sea-fastening. Step 6: After finishing the sea-fastening (approximately 30%) & MWS allows LO contractor to take trailers out then remove all lashing slings, tieback beams and lowering trailer platforms to pull trailers out to the jetty. Step 7: Ballast for towing will be done after receiving the Ballast for seatowing Report

3. ENGINEERING REQUISITION
3.3. Post-LO activities - Sea -fastening, welding immediately in order to secure the Structure to the barge. Welding at main grillages before taking trailers out to the Jetty - De-rigged trailers & gather other unnecessary equipment for demobilization. - Disconnect ballast pumps, piles & taken out from the barge deck for demobilization. - Reinstallation of any barge furniture (which are removed for load out) will be done - Ballast for sea-towing will be done right after receiving the Ballast for seatowing Reports

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.1. Project Manager At all times it must be recognized that the Project Manager is the person who is directly responsible for the protection of the men/women in his charge, and that the responsibility is not lessened by the presence of a Safety Officer in the organization 4.1.2. Supervisor Supervisors apply the safety rules and procedures. Instructing new employees and making random safety inspections in their areas of responsibility and taking prompt actions when deemed necessary 4.1.3. Safety Officer He is responsible for the overall safety during all operations. The safety officer will have a day-to-day responsibility to ensure that the health and safety arrangements are being applied effectively. He will also be responsible for the marking of the restricted area during the site-move and load out of the Structure

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.3. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - Comply with all statutory and site HSE regulations - Work in a safe manner. - Report immediately to supervisor all unsafe conditions that arise. - Report all incidents that may lead to accidents or injury. - Comply with all rules and regulations made by the Company or by the Client with regard to safety on site. - Co-operate with the management in accident investigation. - Employees are encouraged to take part in all schemes, which promote an interest in safety. - Keep your working areas clean and tidy. - Safety helmets must be worn at all times in construction areas. - Make use of all safety equipment and protective clothing that is available where circumstances require it.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.3. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - Inspect your equipment prior to use, if faulty report to your supervisor immediately. - Where a hazard has to be created, it is important that warning signs are displayed and action taken to prevent injury. - If you damage plant or tackle, report it to your supervisor immediately. Damaged equipment leads to accidents. - All injuries received during the course of your employment on site must be recorded in the Accident Prevention Book and reported to the company safety officer.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.4. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - The sub-contractor manager is responsible to the safety officer for the implementation of all safety rules and regulations connected with subcontractors/suppliers. - Sub-contractors staff assigned to site are required to ensure within their particular areas of responsibility that rules and regulations are observed. - Sub-contractors managers are responsible for making available the information necessary to allow their employees to carry out their work safely. These information are effected through training, job instruction and safety supervision - Protective clothing and equipment must be made readily available and instructions given concerning its use by sub-contractors.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.4. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - Sub-contractor Management Team has the responsibility to ensure that subcontractors receive all Client safety rules relevant to their undertakings and issue directives necessary in accordance with client safe working procedures. - Sub-contractors are required to ensure that their employees are properly trained, given all information relevant to the working environment. - Sub-contractors shall fully comply with safety standards, instructions and safe working procedures and any additional safety information issued by the Client. - Sub-contractors must provide their employees with and ensure they are worn, whenever statutory or site regulations prescribe, the following minimum items of personal protection equipment: Safety helmets Safety boots, safety glasses fire retardant coverall, safety gloves, hearing protection where necessary

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.2. Pre-commencement of LO - Arrange supplies of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) such as safety helmets and other protective equipment, which is deemed necessary. - Consider site conditions, possible obstructions and other hazards, which may be detrimental to safety and welfare. - Personnel should be made familiar with: Location of Medical Centre (on site) First Aid positions and Accident Book location Procedures to obtain emergency services Rules governing evacuation of site Fire drill procedure on site - To ensure LO contractor and sub-contractor personnel attend all Client induction courses accordingly.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.3. Whilst working onsite - Ensure that health and safety regulations are observed, e.g. the wearing of protective clothing, boots, glasses, etc. - Monitor the work of all personnel and stimulate their interest and involvement in safety. - Periodically inspect equipment, statutory site records (if requested), notices and general tidiness. - Good housekeeping is a watchword. Any untidy site is more likely to be unsafe. - Investigate all accidents leading to injury, damage or loss. - In the event of an accident, take any immediate action necessary to deal with the situation. - Ensure only competent and authorized personnel use site plant and equipment.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT


4.4. At completion of work Ensure that any statutory records, which the Client requires, are correctly completed and handed over

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.1. Yard/ground is over allowable settlement during the shifting. This causes overturning of Structure due to trailer sinking Jetty capacity strength must be certified to be strength enough for the load out operation and reinforcement if required 5.2. Integrity of whole structure during the shifting, transport and alignment as well as set down. Cause structure collapsing, damage to structure, injure to personnel Checking Structural Integrity during the transport & LO. If during the shifting, the structure shows sign of failure, the operation will be aborted 5.3. Structure stability on trailer. Failure to maintain stability on trailer, structure falls off trailer bed. Damage to structure, property and serious injury to personnel LO contractor will perform stability calculation for structure on trailer as a part in the proposal to determine trailer configuration for LO. If the stability not OK, no transport will be done. Wind speed will be checked prior to and during the movement by Anemometer

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.4. Collision with others vehicles other blocks on site. Damage to structure, property & injury to personnel Any interference and clearance should be shown in the yard layout drawing to find a good transport route, cordon off the execution area, clear all obstructions from working area. Keep communications between personnel by walkie-talkie. 5.5. Tyre of trailer is broken down If the number of broken-down tires in one group not exceed allowable amount, no need to replace tires. Use chain block to hang the broken-down wheels 5.6. Brake system failure. Trailer convoy running away without being braked Trailer is air-braked and spring braked. When not operating, it's permanently in gear 5.7. Leaking air pipes. Braking cannot be done. Trailer runs away Each suspension strut is filled with safety valves to prevent collapse due to pressure loss. Use spare pipes. It takes 10 minutes to replace. Fitters are ready to replace new ones within 10 minutes

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.8. Structure of trailer is deflected Load out safety valves would prevent trailer collapse, and then the strut valve would be shut off to allow it to be picked up and pinned in place to allow movement to continue 5.9. Suspension failure. Causing collapse of trailer and obviously structure, injury to personnel Trailer is never loaded to over 90% of working capacity 5.10. Fire on vehicles engines and trailers All trailers and vehicles are equipped with fire extinguishers; engines have shut off switches in the event of fire 5.11. Structural trailer bending or failure. Collapse the structure Never load to 90% of designed load. Regularly inspect for trailers. Loading calculation as a part of proposal

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.12. Personnel crushed during the set-down or vehicles running into personnel. Serious injury to personnel Personnel are not allowed to stand under the structure during the movement or set-down of structure. All personnel must wear high visibility clothing. The working area must be cordoned off other area and the essential personnel only in it 5.13. Bad weather condition. Strong wind, heavy rain etc. loss of visibility Stop the operation if rain exceed 100mm and wind speed exceed 10 m/s 5.14. Working at heights. Fall and serious injury to personnel Only allowed personnel are allowed to work in height. Built scaffold platform, wear PPE during working 5.15. Equipment operator falling from moving vehicles. Injury to personnel Personnel are not allowed to ride on moving equipment unless a seating provided

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.16. Slip and fall. Injury to personnel Clear all grease, lubricant of transport 5.17. Moving parts on machines and others. Injury to personnel Guards equipped on all machinery with moving parts 5.18. Handling of trailer and other equipment manually. Serious injury to personnel Well instruction to technical workers. Utilize mechanical handling equipment where possible 5.19. Fire on the barge. Damage to property, injury to personnel Make extinguishers available on the barge. Remove combustible materials from heat sources 5.20. Collision with other marine vehicles, serious injury Operators are with good qualification. Co-operate with port authorities prior to LO. If necessary, close the port gate for the execution otherwise marine traffics are allowed to pass slowly. Give notification before the operation. Pilot is in attendance to co-operate with authorities. Utilize safety boat at each side of LO area

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.21. Falling from the barge. Injury to personnel Clean all grease on barge. Life buoys are available. Handrails are installed for working 5.22. Entanglement in machinery. Cause injury to personnel Utilize machinery guards, cordon off machinery 5.23. If LO operation meets unsolvable problem, pull the trailer back and structure onto the shore Pull trailers back onto the shore 5.24. During operation, one of the mooring line breaks Replace mooring lines (wire rope) in about 10-15 minutes. Use tug boat to help locate the barge. Use tug boat to hold position 5.26. Electric shock/ electric safety from the barge. Injury to fatal Regularly check and testing on all circuits. Being aware of safety for everybody 5.27. Personnel hygiene, skin disorder and infections etc. Providing enough washing facilities and first aid facility

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.28. Breaking of winch lines. Serious injury, delay the LO operation due to barge is free of mooring Regular inspection and check during the LO 5.29. Entry into barge ballast tanks for positioning and retrieval of pumps and hoses. Suffocation due to lack of fresh air, drowning, fall. Injury to fatal All ballast tanks must be vented as soon as possible prior to execution. Gas tested prior to entry. Ballast supervisor should make a visual check of tank condition prior to entry. Obtaining entry to enclosed space permits. Install ladder from barge deck for working. Wear suitable PPE with lifebuoy attached. Personnel are not allowed to access if water level is deeper than 50mm. Appointed personnel on tank hole when personnel working in tanks. No pump function test as well as pump in and out whilst personnel in tanks. Tags are required for involved personnel 5.30. Working at night, bad light condition. Cause accident due to not being seen, low light Lights and generator will be available on barge. All tank holes, covers should be closed or cover over when they are not in use. Supervisor should manage the number of personnel working on barge

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.31. Breaking of linkspan, property damage, injure to personnel. Cannot execute the LO operation Regularly inspect and check. Calculation for the link bridge will be done as part of the proposal. Monitor the link-bridge during the LO 5.32. Barge touching bottom of sea during the LO. Damage to barge, the LO operation must be cancelled Ballast calculation, mooring for the LO to be taken into account of tidal variations to ensure that barge is not grounding. Sea sounding and if necessary, LO area must be dredged to ensure sufficient depth of water 5.34. Barge structure failure during the LO Barge strength will be checked by the load out contractor before load out operation 5.35. Instability of the barge. Cause disaster Stability calculation for structure on a barge during & after the LO. LO operation will be stopped if calculation shows that the stability is not ok on barge

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.36. Failure of ballast system during the LO. LO will be aborted Ballast calculation will determine the number of pumps required and contingency. Spare pumps are always available to replace. Ballast system must hold the barge against the tide during the rectification of any problems during the LO 5.37. Fatigue personnel due to long hours. Untrained persons carrying out tasks Work shifts and patterns will be organised to ensure that personnel do not work excessive hours. Qualified employees will supervise untrained employees 5.38. The breakdown of equipment, working facilities for LO process Stand-by accessories and spare parts for the repair/restore right now 5.39. Sling is broken down Security members are responsible for cordoning the sling area in case it breaks, and secure another one to replace it

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.40. Injury All participants must wear PPE: High visibility clothing's, glasses, shoes, helmetnot permitted to enter if they do not have enough overall 5.41. Dropping of load during the lifting due to failure of lifting tackle or lifting point. Serious injury to personnel, damage to property Regularly inspect for all lifting tackle and lifting equipment. Operator must have current certificate 5.42. Falling materials from structure or items. Injury to personnel & damage to property Wear PPE during the working. Securing objects to ensure that they cannot fall 5.43. Cross over ballast pipes Warning heavy equipment & others not to cross over/run over ballast pipes

LOAD OUT BY CRANE (S)

LO subsea skid by Crane

LO Living quarter by Lifting Vessel

MANAGEMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES


1.1. Project Manager As the Leader of Project, Project manager will be responsible for whole project & manage execution of the Project 1.2. Lifting Manager Lifting/Load out by crane manager shall be responsible for managing all lifting activities, explaining the lifting sequences to lifting team and organizing the pre-lift meeting. 1.3. HSE Manager HSE manager shall be responsible for carrying out JHA and toolbox meeting, managing HSE matters to ensure that the lifting shall be done safely. 1.4. Lifting/Load out by crane Supervisor Lifting supervisor shall be responsible for supervising all lifting activities, surveying actual status of lifting area and checking lifting status, giving out control to crane operator. 1.5. Signal man Signal man shall be responsible for giving instruction to rigging team, crane operator, lifting assistants to lift the object correctly. This person will work in connection with lifting supervisor.

1. MANAGEMENT & RESPONSIBILITIES


1.6. Interpreter In case the crane operator is a foreigner speaking language other than Vietnamese, there is a need to have an Interpreter to convey correct information between him and Signal man

2. EQUIPMENT
2.1. Cane (s) Crane(s) will be sufficiently prepared for lift the structure. Besides the main ones, should have support crane (s) for lifting link-bridge/ Gangway etc. 2.2. Fork Lift A forklift truck (also called a lift truck, a fork truck, a forklift, or a tow-motor) is a powered industrial truck used to lift and transport materials. 2.3. Tractor Used for transport accessories, tools 2.4. Pumps & Pipes Ballasting/ de-ballasting 2.5. Ropes Used for Mooring 2.6. Fenders Using for absorbing the kinetic energy of a boat or vessel berthing against a jetty, quay wall or other vessel. Fenders are used to prevent damage to boats, vessels and berthing structure

2. EQUIPMENT
2.7. Winches Used for Mooring 2.8. Chain Block Used for Mooring 2.9. Concrete Blocks Used for Mooring 2.10. Buoy Used for salvation 2.11. Extinguisher Used for firefighting 2.12. Walkie-Talkie Use for communication

3. ENGINEERING
3.0. Document preparation Before LO activities, the following document should be approved: Load out Procedure Equipment certifications Lay-out drawing LO checklist should be prepare and presented to relevant personnel in advance and got comment as well as addition/concern if any Weather forecast should be provided sufficiently for LO period

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology 3.2.1. Pre-LO activities Pre-lifting preparation shall be done carefully and properly so that the lifting can be performed safely, it normally includes: Site Preparation: 1) Lifting team shall ensure the ground is stable for heavy lifting/ machineries. Steel plates shall be provided if any settlement on ground is noticed 2) Lifting team shall ensure that obstructing objects are out of crane movement and out of the lifted object movement. 3) Mobilize crane, forklift, equipment and tool used for lifting 4) Cut off any temporary dogs leg connected to the lifted object 5) Release scaffolding and support 6) Attach the slings, shackles etc.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology 3.2.1. Pre-LO activities Pre-lift/Load out by crane Meeting: 1) Pre-lift meeting shall be arranged at least 1 day before lifting operation between Company and final Clients Representative 2) Discuss the lifting operation, JHA etc. 3) Verify the lifting checklist 4) Verify the lifting documentation Emergency Response equipment/facilities: Shall standby one ambulance/ designated vehicle to transport any injured victims to the nearest hospital Doctor shall be on standby on clinic on site during heavy lift activity.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology Checklist: The Load out checklist shall be verified and signed by Lifting Supervisor and Companys QA/QC inspector prior to lifting and submitted to Company for review prior to approval of Permit to Work for lifting Toolbox Briefing: The briefing shall be carried out by HSE Manager or his designee at the site immediately prior to lifting operation for all the lifting team, the contents of the briefing shall include HSE, JHA, PTW, personnel duties and responsibilities, lifting procedures and work scope.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology 3.2.2. LO activities 3.2.2.1. Personnel attendance Lifting manager shall be at site to manage the lifting team to lift the object safely and correctly. Construction manager/ Engineering team shall be at site to give the support during the load out. HSE manager shall be at site to observe hazards during lifting to resolve HSE problem in emergency case if it happens.

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology 3.2.2. LO activities 3.2.2.2. Carry out the mission The traveling route of load on the way to the lay down area shall be planned; any obstructions shall be cleared prior to lifting. Temporary installation guides and 4 tag lines such as ropes shall be used to guide and orientate the lifted object to right position, to keep it stable during lifting time. Movement of loads above running machinery and pressurized equipment shall be completely avoided. Clear all personnel from lifting area, working under suspended load shall be completely avoided. Barricade the lifting area, only authorized people can enter the lifting area When completed put the Structure firmly on Grillages, inform Companys Rep, final Clients Rep, MWS Rep to get agreement Proper PPE shall be worn at all times

3. ENGINEERING
3.1. Engineering requisitions 3.2. LO Sequences/methodology 3.2.3. Post-LO activities Commence sea-fastening, when the mission complete 30% would proceed to un-rig lifting gear Un-rig the lifting gears: Shackles, Slings, tag lines with support of another crane (s) Prepare sufficient space for another material will be onboard thereafter

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.1. Personnel responsibilities 4.1.1. Project Manager At all times it must be recognized that the Project Manager is the person who is directly responsible for the protection of the men/women in his charge, and that the responsibility is not lessened by the presence of a Safety Officer in the organization 4.1.2. Supervisor Supervisors apply the safety rules and procedures. Instructing new employees and making random safety inspections in their areas of responsibility and taking prompt actions when deemed necessary 4.1.3. Safety Officer He is responsible for the overall safety during all operations. The safety officer will have a day-to-day responsibility to ensure that the health and safety arrangements are being applied effectively. He will also be responsible for the marking of the restricted area during the site-move and load out of the Structure

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.1.3. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - Comply with all statutory and site HSE regulations - Work in a safe manner. - Report immediately to supervisor all unsafe conditions that arise. - Report all incidents that may lead to accidents or injury. - Comply with all rules and regulations made by the Company or by the Client with regard to safety on site. - Co-operate with the management in accident investigation. - Employees are encouraged to take part in all schemes, which promote an interest in safety. - Keep your working areas clean and tidy. - Safety helmets must be worn at all times in construction areas. - Make use of all safety equipment and protective clothing that is available where circumstances require it. - Inspect your equipment prior to use, if faulty report to your supervisor immediately. - Where a hazard has to be created, it is important that warning signs are displayed and action taken to prevent injury.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.1.3. Other LO Contractor staffs responsibilities - If you damage plant or tackle, report it to your supervisor immediately. Damaged equipment leads to accidents. - All injuries received during the course of your employment on site must be recorded in the Accident Prevention Book and reported to the company safety officer.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.1.4. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - The sub-contractor manager is responsible to the safety officer for the implementation of all safety rules and regulations connected with subcontractors/suppliers. - Sub-contractors staff assigned to site are required to ensure within their particular areas of responsibility that rules and regulations are observed. - Sub-contractors managers are responsible for making available the information necessary to allow their employees to carry out their work safely. These information are effected through training, job instruction and safety supervision - Protective clothing and equipment must be made readily available and instructions given concerning its use by sub-contractors. - Sub-contractor Management Team has the responsibility to ensure that subcontractors receive all Client safety rules relevant to their undertakings and issue directives necessary in accordance with client safe working procedures.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.1.4. LO sub-contractor responsibilities - Sub-contractors are required to ensure that their employees are properly trained, given all information relevant to the working environment. - Sub-contractors shall fully comply with safety standards, instructions and safe working procedures and any additional safety information issued by the Client. - Sub-contractors must provide their employees with and ensure they are worn, whenever statutory or site regulations prescribe, the following minimum items of personal protection equipment: Safety helmets Safety boots, safety glasses fire retardant coverall, safety gloves, hearing protection where necessary

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.2. Pre-commencement of LO - Arrange supplies of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) such as safety helmets and other protective equipment, which is deemed necessary. - Consider site conditions, possible obstructions and other hazards, which may be detrimental to safety and welfare. - Personnel should be made familiar with: Location of Medical Centre (on site) First Aid positions and Accident Book location Procedures to obtain emergency services Rules governing evacuation of site Fire drill procedure on site - To ensure LO contractor and sub-contractor personnel attend all Client induction courses accordingly.

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.3. Whilst working onsite - Ensure that health and safety regulations are observed, e.g. the wearing of protective clothing, boots, glasses, etc. - Monitor the work of all personnel and stimulate their interest and involvement in safety. - Periodically inspect equipment, statutory site records (if requested), notices and general tidiness. - Good housekeeping is a watchword. Any untidy site is more likely to be unsafe. - Investigate all accidents leading to injury, damage or loss. - In the event of an accident, take any immediate action necessary to deal with the situation. - Ensure only competent and authorized personnel use site plant and equipment. 4.4. At completion of work Ensure that any statutory records, which the Client requires, are correctly completed and handed over

4. HEALTH, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT


4.4. At completion of work Ensure that any statutory records, which the Client requires, are correctly completed and handed over

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.1. Yard/ground is over allowable settlement during the shifting. This causes crane (s) would be collapsed resulting in disaster Jetty capacity strength must be certified to be strength enough for the load out operation and reinforcement if required Steel matt/Steel plates should be prepared sufficiently underneath the Canes straw at clashing zones 5.2. Collision with others vehicles other blocks on site. Damage to structure, property & injury to personnel Any interference and clearance should be shown in the yard layout drawing to find a good transport route, cordon off the execution area, clear all obstructions from working area. Keep communications between personnel by walkie-talkie.

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.3. Deformation of the Structure exceed limitation visually Stop lifting activities, measure the relative deflection/absolutely deflection to determine whether the mission would be kept continuing or not To reduce the deflection, there are three applicable methodologies: 1) Loading the suitable locals of the structure. This methodology would be applied with the care of the capacity of crane and as well as local strength check the Structure 2) Restrain the deformation by welding beams on the structure 3) Cutting some structural item that make strong effect on deformation 5.4. Fire on vehicles engines/Barge Furnish sufficiently Fire extinguishers in convenient location such as: on big crane (s), barge, communication board 5.5. Personnel crushed during the lifting execution or vehicles running into personnel. Serious injury to personnel Personnel are not allowed to stand under the structure during the movement or setdown of structure. All personnel must wear high visibility clothing. The working area must be cordoned/barricaded; the essential personnel only in it

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.6. Bad weather condition. Strong wind, heavy rain etc. loss of visibility Stop the operation if rain exceed 100mm and wind speed exceed 10 m/s 5.7. Working at heights. Fall and serious injury to personnel Only allowed personnel are allowed to work in height. Built scaffold platform, wear PPE during working. The workers have to used safety belt when working in height 5.8. During operation, one of the mooring line breaks Replace mooring lines (wire rope) in about 10-15 minutes. Use tug boat to help locate the barge. Use tug boat to hold position 5.9. Electric shock/ electric safety from the barge. Injury to fatal Regularly check and testing on all circuits. Being aware of safety for everybody 5.10. Breaking of winch lines. Serious injury, delay the LO operation due to barge is free of mooring Regular inspection and check during the LO

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.11. Entry into barge ballast tanks for positioning and retrieval of pumps and hoses. Suffocation due to lack of fresh air, drowning, fall. Injury to fatal All ballast tanks must be vented as soon as possible prior to execution. Gas tested prior to entry. Ballast supervisor should make a visual check of tank condition prior to entry. Obtaining entry to enclosed space permits. Install ladder from barge deck for working. Wear suitable PPE with lifebuoy attached. Personnel are not allowed to access if water level is deeper than 50mm. Appointed personnel on tank hole when personnel working in tanks. No pump function test as well as pump in and out whilst personnel in tanks. Tags are required for involved personnel 5.12. Working at night, bad light condition. Cause accident due to not being seen, low light Lights and generator will be available on barge. All tank holes, covers should be closed or cover over when they are not in use. Supervisor should manage the number of personnel working on barge

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.13. Barge touching bottom of sea during the LO. Damage to barge, the LO operation must be cancelled Ballast calculation, mooring for the LO to be taken into account of tidal variations to ensure that barge is not grounding. Sea sounding and if necessary, LO area must be dredged to ensure sufficient depth of water 5.14. Barge structure failure during the LO Barge strength will be checked by the load out contractor before load out operation 5.15. Instability of the barge. Cause disaster Stability check for the structure on barge during & after the LO. LO operation will be stopped if calculation shows that the stability is not ok on barge 5.16. Failure of ballast system during the LO. LO will be aborted Ballast calculation will determine the number of pumps required and contingency. Spare pumps are always available to replace. Ballast system must hold the barge against the tide during the rectification of any problems during the LO

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.17. Fatigue personnel due to long hours. Untrained persons carrying out tasks Work shifts and patterns will be organised to ensure that personnel do not work excessive hours. Qualified employees will supervise untrained employees 5.18. The breakdown of equipment, working facilities for LO process Stand-by accessories and spare parts for the repair/restore right now 5.19. Sling is broken down Security members are responsible for cordoning the sling area in case it breaks, and secure another one to replace it 5.20. Injury All participants must wear PPE: High visibility clothing's, glasses, shoes, helmetnot permitted to enter if they do not have enough overall 5.21. Dropping of load during the lifting due to failure of lifting tackle or lifting point. Serious injury to personnel, damage to property Regularly inspect for all lifting tackle and lifting equipment. Operator must have current certificate

5. CONTINGENCY PLANS
5.22. Falling materials from structure or items. Injury to personnel & damage to property Wear PPE during the working. Securing objects to ensure that they cannot fall 5.23. Cross over ballast pipes Warning heavy equipment & others not to cross over/run over ballast pipes