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PROJECT

:RESTAURANTFITOUTWORKSATCURVEHOTEL

CLIENT

CONSULTANT

:MR.IBRAHIMALMISNAD
:MZPWLL.

MAINCONTRACTOR :INTERSPACE(AsubsidiaryofGulfContractingCompany)

METHODSTATEMENTFORINSTALLATIONOFWATERLINEPIPES
ANDFITTINGS

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INITIALISSUE

JMBARBASTRO

MRMARAIS

MRELIERAHAL

ALMISNAD

04/09/2016

SUBJECT OF THE
AMENDMENT

PREPAREDBY
ELECQATAR

REVIEWEDBY
INTERSPACE

APPROVED
BYMZP

APPROVEDBY
CLIENT

DATE

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TableofContents
1. Purpose ...................................................................................................................................... 3
2. Scope of Works ......................................................................................................................... 3
3. Responsible Persons/Site Organization for Health and Safety Control ................................ 3
4. Health and Safety risks and Controls ...................................................................................... 3
4.1.

Risk and Control Assessment ............................................................................................... 3

4.2.

Personal Protective Equipment ............................................................................................. 3

5. Work Place Access/Egress ....................................................................................................... 4

5.1

Site Induction and Entering the Project Site ............................................................ 4

6. Work Place Lighting .................................................................................................................. 4


7. Plant and Equipment ................................................................................................................. 4
8. Work Methodology .................................................................................................................... 5

8.1. Installation of Pipes ................................................................................................. 5


8.2. Installation of Valves and Accessories .................................................................... 6
8.3. Pressure Testing of Potable Water Pipes ................................................................. 6
9. Hazardous Materials and Substances ..................................................................................... 7
10. Waste Management ................................................................................................................... 7
11. Special Control Measures ......................................................................................................... 7
11.1.

Method Statement and Risk Assessment Briefing: ............................................................... 7

11.2.

Delivery Briefing:................................................................................................................... 7

11.3.

Daily safety Talk Instructions Tool box talk: ....................................................................... 8

12. Attachments............................................................................................................................... 8
13. Risk Assessment ....................................................................................................................... 9

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1. Purpose
ThepurposeofthisMethodStatementistooutlinetheworktobeundertakenbyElecQatar
fortheinstallationofwaterlineforCurveRestaurant.
This activity should be performed strictly in compliance with the Safety Regulations in
conjunctionwithISPSafetypoliciesandprojectsapplicablestandards.

2. ScopeofWorks
The scope of works covered by this Method Statement will involve material delivery,
coordinationwithconsultant,siteinstallationandEngineersinspection.
This Method Statement confirms that the installation of waterline by Elec Qatar will be
executed in line with the information provided by the approved drawings, specifications,
approvedmaterialssubmittalsandscheduleofworks.

3. ResponsiblePersons/SiteOrganizationforHealthandSafetyControl
AiosaProsperBaroElecQatarWll
JuvilBarbastroElecQatarWll
GhangadharanVenkathesanElecQatarWll
SaturdaythroughThursdayworkinghourswillbebetween06:00amto05:00pm.

4. HealthandSafetyrisksandControls

4.1. RiskandControlAssessment
PleaserefertotheattachedcomprehensiveRiskAssessment.
All operatives should be subject to ISP Safety induction before entering the project site. A
safetyinductionlistshallbeatsiteatalltimesavailableinworkingsite.

4.2. PersonalProtectiveEquipment

PPE will be required as per ISP requirements, and shall include, but not be limited to the
followingitems:

HighVisibilityVest

SafetyGlasses/Goggles

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Safetygloves
EarMuffs
Hardhats
Coveralls
Safetyboots
FaceMasks

5. WorkPlaceAccess/Egress

5.1

SiteInductionandEnteringtheProjectSite

Allemployees/operativesarerequiredtoundergoaSafetyInductionwiththeISPSafety.A
designated gate(s) shall be used when entering the area of operation; operatives should
ensurethatworkersareinductedbeforeworkingonthesite.

6. WorkPlaceLighting

SiteworksSiteworksshallbemainlyunderdaylight.Backgroundlightingshallbeprovidedby
thecontractoringeneralaccessandegressareasaswellasinallworkareas.

Specific task lighting ensuring the provision of standards of lighting required for safe
undertakingofworksisalsoprovidedbycontractor.

7. PlantandEquipment
All personnel carrying out their specific job will be responsible for the tools and
equipmentthattheyuse;
1.Stepladders
2. Toolbox
3. Tapemeasure
4. Drill
5. Cuttinginstrument
6. Hammer
7. Hacksaw
8. Scaffolding
9. SpiritLevel
10. Pipejoiner
11. Handtools(ScrewDrivers,MonkeyPliers,CuttingPliers..)
12. TestingTools

Each supervisor shall be responsible in monitoring all tools brought within the
constructionsite.Notools shallbeleftunattendedwithintheworkareas.

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8. WorkMethodology
Thisinstallationmethodologyisapplicabletoallwaterlineworks.Priortocommencementof
work,coordinationwillbedonewithotherservices.

8.1. InstallationofPipes
a. Markthepiperoutingontheslabandrisers/shaftasperapprovedshopdrawing.

b. All pipe supports shall be done as per approved shop drawing regarding
size/spacingandmanufacturersrecommendation.

c. Sleevepipespassingthroughpartitionswallsandfloors.Makesurethatthepipe
usinthecenterofsleevebyfixingtemporaryspacer.

d. Minimumclearancebetween pipe and structural must be maintained andpipe


supportsspacingasperapprovedshopdrawing.Placehangerswithin300mmof
eachhorizontalpiping.

e. Support vertical piping at every floor. Support riser piping independently of


connectedhorizontalpiping.

f.

Marktheweldingdepthwithapencil/markerpenaspermanufacturerwelding
kit.

g. Cutthepipetotherequiredlengthbyusingpipecutterandcleanthepipeend.

h. Pipewilding/heatingtoolstobeheatedupto260DegreeCelsius.

i.

Enter the end of the pipe in the heating tool up to the marked depth without
twistingandsimultaneouslypushthefittingsontheothersideofheatingtool.

j.

Timingforheatingshouldnotstartuntilthepipeandfittingreachestothemarked
welding depth. Both fitting and pipe should be heated for a set of time as per
manufacturersrecommendation.

k. Whenheatingtimeiscompleted,thepipeandfittingshouldbe removedfrom
heatingtoolandpressedtogethertothemarkedweldingdepthforafewsecond
withouttwistingahomogeneousstructureofthesamematerialsisthereupon
formed.

l. Allpipeopenendsshallbepluggedproperly.Pipesshallbeprotectedduringthe
remainingoftheprojects.

m. Clearance between exposed pipes and the finished surface/wall shall be


maintained.

n. RaiseWIRforeverycompletedsectionofworkpriortoproceedtothenextcourse

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ofactivity.

8.2. InstallationofValvesandAccessories
a. Installsystemvalvesandaccessoriesasperlatestapprovedshopdrawings

b. Installvalveswiththreadedandweldedfittingsasperapprovedshopdrawing.

c. Ensurethatsystemequipment,valvesandaccessoriesaresecureandrigid.

d. Theinstallationshallbedoneallowingsufficientaccesstoallvalves,strainersand
gaugesaspermanufacturersrecommendations.

8.3. PressureTestingofWaterPipes
a. Identifythepipingcircuittobetestedwithreferencetoapprovedshopdrawing.

b. Pipemaybetestedasawholeorinsectionstofacilitateprogressofwork.

c. Ensurethatthecircuittobetestediscompletedinallrespectasfollows;

Thepipingisinstalledtothecorrectstandardsandisintherightlocation.
Alltherequiredvalves,accessoriesareinstalledaspertheapprovedshop
drawings.
Checkphysicallywhetheralljointsarefinishproperly.

d. Thedeadendsandoutletsarethenplugged.

e. Connectatemporarytestinglinewithacalibratedpressuregauge.

f.

Establish the pressure to be applied 1.5 times the system working pressure,
whicheverisgreater.

g. Ensurethatthecomponentsinthecircuitarecapableofwithstandingthetesting
pressure.i.e.pipes,fittings,valves,etc.

h. Oncetheaboveischeckedandfoundok,thenproceedwiththefillingofwater
fromthelowestpointofthecircuit.Thisistoensurethattheairfromthesystem
is releasedtoavoid any fluctuations in pressure. The air is to bevented atthe
highestpointbymeansofairventsoralternativelypartiallyopeningthevalves,
whereairventsdonotexistinpartiallytestedsystem.

i.

Inspecttheentirecircuitphysicallyforanyleaks.Ifanyleaksaredetected,then
repairtheleakspriortoproceedingfurther.

j.

Afterrectificationofanyleaks,repeatthetestingprocedures.

k. Thestarttimeofthepressuretestistoberecordedandthepressureistobeheld

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for a minimum period of 24 hours for witnessing of the test by main


contractor/consultant.

l.

Ensurethatbeforeinvitingtheconsultantsthereisnodroppressure.

m. Ensurethattheinspectionsarecarriedoutundersimilartemperatureconditions
toavoidfluctuationsinpressureduetovariationsinambienttemperature.

n. Alltesttoberecorded.

o. Uponacceptanceofpressuretest,separatedrumtobeusedtodisposedthetest
water and to prevent flood on the Area. Remove the testing equipment and
reconnectthepipingasperapprovedshopdrawing.

9. HazardousMaterialsandSubstances
RefertoattachedRiskAssessment

10. WasteManagement

a. After installation is complete, contractors will ensure work area is free of any
rubbish/debristhathadaccumulatedthoughtheinstallationprocess.
b. Contractors will ensure that floor is free of any dust that will interfere with the
paintingprocess.
c. Afterinstallationisapproved,contractorswillkeepallplantmaterialandtoolsaway
fromwallandceilingtoprotectfromanypossibleandtomaintainfreeaccessinthe
eventofanemergency.

11. SpecialControlMeasures

AlloperativesshallstrictlyadherewiththeISPSafetyregulations.
11.1.

MethodStatementandRiskAssessmentBriefing:

Allpersonneldirectlyinvolvedwiththeoperationwillbebriefedonthecontent
of the method statement and risk assessment. In particular, the access
arrangementstosite,emergencyarrangementsandkeyrisksassociatedwith
theoperationwillbelookedat.
11.2.

DeliveryBriefing:

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Beforearrivalofnewdeliverytositeallpersonneldirectlyinvolvedwiththe
operationswillbe briefed aboutthecontentofthedelivery andthe related
installationplan.

DeliveryPaperworkandInstallationDrawingsarepartofthedeliveryandwill
be reviewed and discussed before the start of any new activities. The Store
Keeperisinchargeinmakingsurethatproperrecordsarekeptandmaterials
arestoredpermanufacturersrecommendation.
11.3.

DailysafetyTalkInstructionsToolboxtalk:

Everydayalloperativeswillgettogetherforanupdateonsafetyrequirements,
tool conditions and further planned actions as well as feedback on previous
completedtasks.

AllSitepersonnelwillbegivenatoolboxtalktoexplainallthesafetymeasures
put in place, and to explain the importance of not interfering with any fire
detection devices and firefighting equipment. They will be warned that
interference with any firefighting devices may result in police arrest and
potentiallyseverepenalties.

12. Attachments

ThenameslistedbelowconfirmthereceiptofthisMethodStatementandhavehadthe contents
explainedtothem/understanditandareawareofthesiteES&Hrequirement.
S#
Name
Company
Date
Signature

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13. RiskAssessment

Doc Ref No
Rev Date

AM-ISP-I16021-RA-PL-001
03-09-2016

Element of Work

No

Owner

Rev

Elec-Qatar Wll

Installation of Waterline Pipes and Fittings

Activities

Initial Risk
Rating

Hazards

Overloading of supports

Material
not
as
specification/approved
material submittal

Safe System of Work


Management Risk Assessment Worksheet

Control Measures

RR

per
5

Installation of Pipes,
fittings and supports

Residual Risk
after controls

Rev

Residual Risk

Risk
Accepted?

RR

Yes

No

Yes

--

Installation as per manufacturer instructions.


Number and size of the pipes passing through the supports
shall be as per approved shop drawing.
Supervision & training will be ensured

Inspection by QC for conformance


Material inspection report

RA-004

Working at height

Risk Assessment No

Ensure use of scaffolding


Ladders wont to used as work platform
Periodical inspection for safety harness monthly and before
use.
Weekly inspection of the scaffolding & work platforms & use of
tags for indicating the safety.
Use of full body harness with anchoring on a rigid frame.
Avoid working on ladders (except for A type ladder ensuring 3
body contacts with ladder)
Ensuring working in teams with minimum of 2 persons
Never overload any platforms or scaffolding
Safety training on use of safety harness & other fall protection
system

Yes

Yes

--

Monitoring
through daily
inspection,
Toolbox talks.

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No

Owner

Rev

Safe System of Work


Management Risk Assessment Worksheet

Elec-Qatar Wll

Likelihood

No

Extremely Remote Unlikely to occur

Identify Hazards

Remote May occur in time

Reasonably Probable Probably will occur in time

List Hazard Event


Calculate Risk Factor with Initial Risk Rating. i.e

Probable Likely to occur immediately or shortly

No

Likelihood x Severity

No
1
2
3
4

Severity
Negligible Hazard will not result in serious injury or illness,
remote possibility of damage beyond minor first aid case
Marginal Hazard can cause illness, injury or equipment
damage, but the results would not be expected to be serious
Critical Hazard can result in serious illness, severe injury,
property and equipment damage
Catastrophic Imminent danger exists, hazard capable of
causing death or illness on a wide scale

Name
Designation
Signatures

Prepared By
A. Baro
HSE (Elec-Qatar)

Risk Factor Matrix


Risk Priority

Methodology

Detail Controls
Calculate Residual Risk Rating with Final Risk
Rating

Enter Risk Priority

Evaluate Acceptability of Risk

Severity

Doc Ref No

10

15

20

25

20-25

High Risk

12

16

20

10-16

Medium Risk

12

15

1-9

10

Low Risk

Likelihood

Reviewed By

Approved By

HSE (ISP)

HSE (ISP)

Date

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