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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B

ISSUED DATE: 09.13.15

Client Lusail Real Estate Development Company. (LREDC)


Project
Parsons International Ltd.
Management
Consultant Dorsch Qatar
Contractor WCT Al Ali JV (WAA)
MEP
LIGHTNING ELECTROMECHANICAL CO WLL
Contractor

METHOD STATEMENT FOR INSTALLATION

OF CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS

Revision Date Description


00 09/13/2015 Issued for Approval

Description Name Position Signature


Prepared by
Checked by
Approved by

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.13.15

1. Contents
2. PURPOSE .............................................................................................................................................................3
3. SCOPE OF WORK .................................................................................................................................................3
4. ORGANIZATION, RESPONSIBILITIES AND SUPERVISION .....................................................................................3
4.1. ORGANIZATION CHART...................................................................................................................3
4.2. RESPONSIBILITY ..............................................................................................................................5
4.3. WORK FORCE ..................................................................................................................................5
4.4. TOOLS .............................................................................................................................................5
4.5. MATERIAL .......................................................................................................................................5
5. ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS ....................................................................................................................6
6. REFERENCES........................................................................................................................................................6
7. STORAGE OF MATERIAL......................................................................................................................................6
8. DESCRIPTION OF WORKS ....................................................................................................................................6
8.1. GENERAL .........................................................................................................................................6
8.2. PULLING OF CABLES/WIRES IN CONDUITS .....................................................................................7
8.3. PULLING CABLES ON CABLE TRAY...................................................................................................7
8.4. PULLING WIRES/CABLES IN TRUNKING ..........................................................................................7
8.5. OUT DOOR CABLE INSTALLATION...................................................................................................8
8.6. METHOD OF TERMINATION OF WIRES & CABLES ..........................................................................8
9. INSPECTION AND RECORD ..................................................................................................................................9
10. HSE REQUIREMENT.............................................................................................................................................9
10.1. ENVIRONMENT HEALTH AND SAFETY (ESH) ...................................................................................9
10.2. SAFETY MEASURES ...................................................................................................................... 10
10.3. ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................................................ 10
10.4. PPE LIST........................................................................................................................................ 10
11. RISK ASSESSMENT (Appendix-1) ...................................................................................................................... 11
12. SPECIFIC EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................................................................................... 17
13. ITP INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN (Appendix-2) ............................................................................................ 17

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.13.15

2. PURPOSE
This method statement is prepared to ensure the requirements for installation of wires,
cables and terminations for Lusail Underground car parking & utilities CP07C-1B Project
where the works will be carried out in the prescribed manner and also complying safety
and Health procedure as well. Ensuring all materials are complying as per project
specification, approved material submittal and approved shop drawings.

3. SCOPE OF WORK
The scope of work includes the following:

Shop drawings preparation.


Material presentation submission.
Purchase of material after approval.
Installation on field (site).
Civil works excluded (Form work, Steel work installation)

4. ORGANIZATION, RESPONSIBILITIES AND SUPERVISION

4.1. ORGANIZATION CHART

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
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4.1.1. SUBCONTRACTOR LIGHTNING ELECTROMECHANICAL W.L.L.

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
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4.2. RESPONSIBILITY

Role Responsibility
Senior Engineer To oversee and provide direction on the
/ Construction construction activities to be carried out
Manager
QAQC To ensure all works carried out are following the
Engineer approved shop drawing and specification
Site Engineer To liaise and coordinate with the consultant and
construction team to ensure all works are
constructed in accordance with project
specification
Safety Officer To identify, coordinate and ensure all activities
and mold welding are carried out in all safety
aspects.

4.3. WORK FORCE


The execution requires the following manpower:

Electrical Forman / Supervisor


Technician
Group leader
Assistants or helpers

4.4. TOOLS
Electric drill with bits
Jig Saw
Hacksaw frame with Blade
Open and box type spanners
Chalk line / Marking line
Measuring tape
Screw driver set
Cable cutter
Wire cutter
Megger / Continuity loop tester

4.5. MATERIAL
The materials to be used are as following:

Multi core armored cables/unarmored cables


Single core PVC cables/wires
Underground cables

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Fire resistance cables and terminations


Extra low voltage cables and terminations
LV/MV cables and terminations
MICC cable
Cable glands , lugs & ties

5. ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS


INR :Inspection Request
HSE :Health, Safety and Environment
EHSS :Emergency, Health, Safety and Security
IFC :Issued for Construction
QCS :Qatar Construction Specification
PPE :Personal Protective Equipment
QA/QC :Quality Assurance/Quality Control
STARRT :Safety Task Analysis, Risk Reduction Talk
PTW :Permit to Work
QGEWC :Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA)
ITP :Inspection Test Plan

6. REFERENCES
References are as below:

Project specification 7.14


QCS section 21 parts 6
Kahramaa Regulations (Local Utility power provider)
British standards ((BS 6004, BS 5467, BS 5468, BS 6346, BS 5839, BS 5266s)
IFC & Approved shop drawings

7. STORAGE OF MATERIAL
Material received shall be stored as per following criteria:

Material must be stored away from water and extreme humid source to avoid
corrosion.
Material to be arranged on shelves or over pallets, above ground.
Material shall not be stored under direct sunlight
Stacking, if required for space management, to be as per manufacturer
recommendation.

8. DESCRIPTION OF WORKS

8.1. GENERAL
STARRT Card session will be conducted and signed before the commencement of
the works.

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
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Make the necessary preparation for the installation works such as materials, tools
and equipment are ready at site. The use of PPE should be imposed on all the
personnel involved in the installation works.
The installation shall comply with Lusail Specification & QCS.
The installation work should comply with the applicable safety rules and
regulations. Prior to start the installation, make sure that all material which to be
used for installation are approved.
Prior to start the installation, make sure that shop drawings were approved

8.2. PULLING OF CABLES/WIRES IN CONDUITS


The conduit must be clean and free from any dust or water dampness before
pulling the wires & cables.
The number and size of wires & cables drawn in to a particular conduit shall not
exceed that allowed in specifications.
The wires and cables shall be color coded as per the approved material submitted
and specifications.
Use pulling compound or lubricant where necessary. Excessive force should not be
applied while pulling the cables & wires.
Cut the wires & cables to required length at both ends, seal the ends with adhesive
insulation tape roll and keep in the outlet box/enclosures to ensure no damage
can occur to wires & cables.
Wires & cables installed in the conduit for each circuit, sub circuit or final sub circuit
shall be tied together at regular intervals.

8.3. PULLING CABLES ON CABLE TRAY


The cable tray must be cleaned and free from any dust or water dampness, before
pulling the cables.
The number and size of cables drawn in to a particular cable tray shall not exceed
that allowed in specifications.
Cut the cables to required length at both ends, seal the ends with adhesive
insulation tape roll and keep in the box or enclosures to ensure no damage can
occur to cables.
Use cable rollers in cable trays to avoid damage on cables during the pulling
process.

8.4. PULLING WIRES/CABLES IN TRUNKING


The trunking must be clean and free from any dust or water dampness before
pulling the wires & cables.
The number and size of wires & cables drawn in to a particular trunking shall not
exceed that allowed in specifications.
The wires and cables shall be color coded as per the approved material submitted
and specifications.
Use pulling compound or lubricant where necessary. Excessive force should not be
applied while pulling the cables & wires.
Cut the wires & cables to required length at both ends, seal the ends with adhesive
insulation tape roll and keep in the outlet box/enclosures to ensure no damage
can occur to wires & cables.

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Wires & cables installed in the trunking for each circuit, sub circuit or final sub circuit
shall be tied together at regular intervals.

8.5. OUT DOOR CABLE INSTALLATION


Pulling cables in underground duct conduits.
The underground duct conduits installation will be NEC Installation standard
wiring requirement. The underground conduit should be following approved shop
drawing, approved material submittal and project specification.
After underground duct installation inspection, shall be closed both side of the
underground duct conduit for cleaned and protect from dust or water dampness.
The number and size of cables drawn in to a particular underground duct conduit
shall not exceed that allowed in specifications.
Use pulling compound or lubricant where necessary. Excessive force should not be
applied while pulling the cables.
If required or necessaries to used cable pulling machine, should be followed
manufacturers recommendation of cable tensions.
Cut the cables to required length at both ends, seal the ends with adhesive
insulation tape roll and keep in the box/enclosures to ensure no damage can
occur to cables.
Cables installed for each circuits, sub circuit or final sub circuit shall be tied together
at regular intervals.

8.6. METHOD OF TERMINATION OF WIRES & CABLES


When satisfactory pre-termination inspections and tests have been carried out,
works will commence in the appropriate areas.
The cable has been inspected and tested to ensure it is in accordance with the
contract specifications.
The cable support and fixing system have been checked to ensure it is complete.
The arrangement at the termination point will be checked to ensure that there is
adequate space to allow termination to take place.
Only materials that are recommended by the cable manufacturer will be used for
termination.
No reduction in the number of strands of a cable core will take place at a cable
joint or termination.
Connectors & Splicers: All wiring shall be terminated with crimped tinned copper
lugs suitable for the receiving terminal. Units of size, current rating, material, type
and class suitable for service indicated. Select to comply with the projects
installation requirements. Splices in building circuit wiring between devices are not
allowed. Splices are allowed in junction boxes.
Conductors of cross sectional area greater than 10mm2 will be terminated using
compression type lugs in conjunction with bolted terminals. The compression type
lugs will be compressed using a manufacturer approved compressed tool.
The gland plates will be fitted with removable glands to allow the cables to be laid
into and removed from the box without the need to thread through the gland
entry. The glands will be fitted with an internal earthing stud and an armor clamp.
It will be located directly below the corresponding cable connection of the center
phase.

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Method Statement for Installation of Cables, Wires & Terminations LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
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All joints and terminations in power cables will be made by certified cable splicers
or jointers inspected without objection by the consultant.
All termination has taken place all cable boxes enclosures will be vacuum cleaned
to ensure that all cable cuttings, dirt and debris is removed.
Before energizing any part of the electrical distribution system takes place, all
functional testing will be completed, all terminations will be checked and secure,
all covers and safety shields will be in place.
9. INSPECTION AND RECORD
When installation has been completed, WCT shall raise INR for installation
inspection with installation checklist to be approved by client.
INR should be backed up with test reports, method of statement and approved
drawings.
After installation of conductors and cables and before electrical circuitry has
been energized, demonstrate product capability and compliance with
requirement.
Perform each visual and mechanical inspection and electrical test stated in NETA
Acceptance Testing Specification. Certify comply with test parameters.
After substantial completion, but not more than 60 days after final acceptance,
perform an infra-red scan of each splice in cables and conductors 25mm2 and
larger. Remove box and equipment covers, so splices are acceptable to
portable scanner.
Correct malfunctioning products at site where possible and retest to demonstrate
compliance, otherwise remove and replace with new units and retest.
Type of Wires & Cable testing
Continuity check
Insulation resistance test
Phase polarity test
Test Reports; Prepare a written report to record the following
Test procedures used
Test results that comply with requirements
Test results that do not comply with requirements and corrective action
taken to achieve compliance with requirements
10. HSE REQUIREMENT

10.1. ENVIRONMENT HEALTH AND SAFETY (ESH)


The followings will be considered while installing the system:
Material handling (moving material around site).
Damage of material
Working at height.
Trips and falls
Cutting materials
Hand injury during cutting
Falls from height
Materials falling from heights
Bending Cables

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Pulling & Pushing cables
Conveyance/Positioning of cable drums
Manual handling of cable drums
Using power tools.
Electrocution while using power tools

10.2. SAFETY MEASURES


The Measures to be taken are as following:

All PPE shall be used.


Use safety working platform.
Power must be inspected prior to use.
Establish a clear way to allow for safe movement of cable drums
Use mechanical means to move drums
When moving drums manually, chocks/stoppers must be in standby to prevent
uncontrollable movement.
Use cable jacks and rollers to decrease work load.
Top step of stepladder must not be used unless designed for that purpose.
Ladders must be checked to ensure correct length, type and condition before use
The ground base for the ladder must be firm and level.
The ladder must be of sufficient length to extend 1m above the step-off point
when used as access to scaffold.
The correct angle of rest for the ladder is 75 degrees or a base to height ratio of
1:4
Ladders must be secured against slipping by tying at the top and at the bottom
Ladder use will be monitored regularly to ensure operators are not overreaching
or using two hands to work.
Damaged ladders will be broken up or removed from site
Stepladders must be used fully open with tight cords.

10.3. ENVIRONMENT
To consider the following:

The cutting must be done in open air.


In case of cutting in closed rooms, necessary ventilation must be provided.

10.4. PPE LIST


Helmet.
Cover all.
Reflecting vest.
Steel toe shoes.
Safety gloves.
Fire and heat resistant gloves.
Face protective mask/ glasses.

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11. RISK ASSESSMENT (Appendix-1)

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Project:
Assessors:(SafetyOfficer) Reference:
LusailCP07C1B
Priority ResidualRisk Priority Action by
RiskRating (VH,H,M,L (H,M,L)
Personat ControlMeasures Rating
Task/Operation Hazards Consequences LXS=R andVL)
Risk LXS=R
L S R L S R
Toolboxtalkshallbeprovidedprior
commencementofworks,startcardmust
beconductedbysupervisor

1.Closesupervision,protectthearea,use

certifiedliftingtools,andLiftingequipments

shouldhavecurrentcertification.

OverHangingLoad 2.Operatorsshouldbelicensedandbanks
Lifting/Manual 1.Fallingobjects, manauthorized.
1.SlippedDisc,
HandlingOperation 2.damageto 3.Barricadetheareaofthelift.
TornMuscle
propertyand Operatives
2.Ligamentand 4.Eliminatemanualhandlingifpossibleuse CM,PE,SE,
equipment involvein
CrushedInjurydue 3 2 6 L liftingaid.Assesstheloadbeforelifting. 2 2 4 L FM,SOand
3.Environmental Manual
toimproper 5.Reducecarryingdistance. SE.
Hazards Handling
manualhandling 6.Followpropermanualhandling
4.HeatStress
technique.
7.Adequatetasklight/illumination.

8.UsesuitablePersonalProtective
Equipment.
9.Maintain good housekeeping in the working
area.
10.ProvideSufficientrestbreaks&ensure
availabilityofdrinkingwater

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Priority ResidualRisk Priority Actionby


RiskRating
Personat (VH,H,M,L Rating (H,M,L)
Task/Operation Hazards Consequences LXS=R ControlMeasures
Risk andVL) LXS=R
L S R L S R
Toolboxtalkshallbeprovidedprior

commencementofworks;startcard
mustbeconductedbysupervisor.Ladder

safetytaggingafterstrengthchecktobe

provided.

1.FallingfromLadder
UseofLadder 1.Ladderswillonlybeusedforworkof
2.Collapseofthe Fatality,
Ladder Persons FracturedBone, shortduration,whereverscaffoldingis
3.Objectsdropped working MajorPersonal M notfeasible. 2 2 8 L CM,PE,SE,FM,
3 4 12
fromtheladderby onladder injury, SO&SE.
theuser 2.Topthreestepofstepladdermustnot
beusedunlessitisdesignedforthe
purpose

3.Personalfallarrestdeviceshallbeused
asrequired.


4.Donotuseladderneartheedgeofthe
buildingandshaftopenings
5.Laddershallnotbeplacedover
movableobjects,properlysecuredand
tiedwhennecessary.
6.Laddertobestoodonproperangle,as
permanufacturingprovidedaxe.Where

latchesmustbeinplacepriorusingthe

ladder
7.Whenascendingordescending
maintainthreepointsofsupport:2hands

onelegortwolegsonehand,whileno
rushwhileclimbing.


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1.fallfromheight
1. Closesupervision,wherethecables&
2. flyingparticles wiresinstallationischecked,thecables
includingdust arearewelltiedwithcabletieonthe
CablePulling& cabletrayortrunking.
Person 1.SlippedDisc, 2. Usehandglovesformaterialhandling
Terminations 3.ManualHandling
installing TornMuscle 2.Correctstandingposition 2 2 4 L
4.Strickingorbeing the 2. Fatalityand 3. Powermustbecheckedpriortouse CM,PE,SE,FM,
3 3 9
conduits SeriousInjury M 3. Communicationbetweenthe SO&SE.
stuckbyanobject
Technicianandhelperproperly.
3. EnsureuseofP.P.E.(safetyharness,
5.Noise
safetyhelmet,handgloves).
4. ProvideSufficientrestbreaks&ensure
6.UseofPowertools availabilityofdrinkingwater
5. Laddersmustbecheckedtoensure
correctlength,typeandconditionbefore
use.
6. Thecorrectangleofrestfortheladder
is75degreesorabasetoheightratioof
1:4
7. Laddersmustbesecuredagainst
slippingbytyingatthetopandatthe
bottom.
8. Extensioncablestoberoutedoffthe
ground,onlymoldedsocketholderswill
beusedonsite.
9. Allportabletoolsmustbedouble
insulated.
10.Allchockkeysshouldbekeptinaclip
attachedtothecable
11.Onthespotadjustmentor
attachmentchangesaremade,toolsmust
bedisconnectedfrommainsupply.
12.Onlytrainedandcompetentpeople
shouldtest,repairandmaintainportable
electricalequipment.

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LIKELIHOOD SEVERITY LIKELIHOOD

Negligible Minor Moderate Major Catastrophic AlmostCertainIsexpectedtooccurinmostcircumstances

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) LikelyWillprobablyoccurinmostcircumstances

AlmostCertain Low Medium High High VeryHigh Possiblemightoccuratsometime

(5) (5) (10) (15) (20) (25) Unlikelycouldoccuratsometime

Raremayoccurinexceptionalcircumstance
Likely Low Medium Medium High High

(4) (4) (8) (12) (16) (20)


SEVERITY
Possible Low Low Medium Medium High
Catastrophicmultipledeath,largepropertylossesetc
(3) (3) (6) (9) (12) (20)
Majorseriousinjury,multipleLTI&claims,moderateloss
Unlikely VeryLow Low Low Medium Medium
Moderateminorinjuries,smallenvironmentalimpactetc
(2) (2) (4) (6) (8) (10)
Minornoregulatoryactionandnoenvironmentalimpact
Rare VeryLow VeryLow Low Low Low
Negligiblenoregulatoryviolationandnoelementeffected
(1) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)

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LEGAL COMPLIANCE.

1. Qatar Construction Specification 2010 (Section 11 part 1 Regulatory Document for Health and Safety).
2. Labor Law State of Qatar.
3. Construction Industries Training Board Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
4. Construction Risk Assessment Guidelines.
5. Occupational Safety and Health Administration Standards.

MainContractorsReview&Approval: ClientApproval:

Preparedby: Checkedby: Reviewedby: Reviewedby: Approvedby: ApprovedBy:

Name:

Designation:

Signature:

Date:

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12. SPECIFIC EMERGENCY PROCEDURES


Specific Emergency causes shall be reported to the following persons in descending order for immediate action.

Name Position Contact No


Mr. Mezlan Yacoob Safety Officer 50655287
Mr. Mohana Menon Senior Safety Officer 33954317
Mr. Alun Stuart Hall Safety Manager 30399247
Mr. Beh Chye Meng Construction Manager 33192899

13. ITP INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN (Appendix-2)

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INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN


Of
CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS

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INDEX

1. ITP (Inspection Test Plan)

2. Check List

2.1 Annexure-1
2.2 Annexure-2
2.3 Annexure-3

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ITP (Inspection and Test Plan)

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ITP NO.:
INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN
Rev. NO.: 0

Sheet: 1 of 1
ITP for Cables, Wires & Terminations
Date:
Inspection Envolvement
Inspection Requirements/Accepta-
S/N Description of Inspection Person in Charge Frequency Reference Standard Controlling Document Main Supervision
nce criteria. SubContractor Parsons
Contractor Consultant

1. Shop Drawing Approval

Approval of Electrical system shop drawings for


Document Review for Project Specification IFC Drawings,
1.1 Lighting system,Power system, Central battery Project Head/Project Engineer Document Review & Approval R R RH RH
each shop drawing section 7.14 ProjectSpecification
system, Cable tray layouts and Installation details

2. Material Approval
Approval of technical submittal of Cables, Wires, Project Specification
2.1 Project Head/Project Engineer Document Review Document Review & Approval ProjectSpecification R R RH RH
Cable glands, Cable lugs section 7.14
3. Method Statement

Approval of Method of Statement of Cables, Project Specification


3.1 Project Head/Project Engineer Document Review Document Review & Approval ProjectSpecification R R RH RH
wires & terminations section 7.14
4. Material Inspection

Approved Material Submittal,


Approval of Material inspection after the Project Specification Material Inspection Report, Review &
4.1 Project Head/Project Engineer Each delivery ProjectSpecification, Material R RH H S
materials delivered to site section 7.14 Approval
Inspection checklist

5. Installation and testing


As per Approved method statement
Project Specification
5.1 Installation of Cables & Wires Project Head/Project Engineer After Installation and approved shop drawing Inspection Approved Method statement No RH RH H S
section 7.14
Checklist
As per Approved method statement
Project Specification
5.2 Termination of cables & wires Project Head/Project Engineer After Installation and approved shop drawing Inspection Approved Method statement No RH RH H S
section 7.14
Checklist
As per Approved method statement
Project Specification
5.3 Testing of All cables & wires Project Head/Project Engineer After Installation and approved shop drawing Inspection Approved Method statement No RH RH H S
section 7.14
Checklist
As per Approved method statement
Final inspection and completion of As Built Project Specification
5.4 Project Head/Project Engineer After Installation and approved shop drawing Inspection Approved Method statement No RH RH H S
drawings section 7.14
Report

Legends-

1) R: Review of documents.
2) S: QA/QC organization to monitor work in progress without notice from Construction Organization.
3) W: QA/QC organization shall be notified of the timing of inspection or test in advance. However, inspection or test shall be performed as scheduled if QA/QC org. rep. is not present.
4) Hold: QA/QC org. shall be notified of the timing of inspection or test in advance. Inspection or test shall not be carried out without QA/QC org. rep. in attendance.
5) RH: Review & Approval required.

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Annexure-1

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CHECK LIST FOR CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATION MATERIAL RECIEVING INSPECTION-
ANNEXURE 1

Location/Area:
N QA/QC Verifications
Activities / Items to be Inspected LEM WAA DORSCH PM / CM
o
Material, components and accessories as per approved material
1 submittal
Ensure that all Material, components and accessories are free of
2 damages from transportation

Ensure that material quantity and code are conforming with delivery
3 note
Ensure that material number in delivery note are as per approved
4 material list in approved material submittal
Unloading is done with extra care and complying with site safety
5 regulations
Ensure that the storage is as per manufacturer recommendation and
6 complying with project safety regulations.

Remarks:

LEM Main
Contractor DORSCH PM / CM
Site Engineer QA/QC
(WAA)
Name
Designation
Signature
Date

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ITP-INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN OF CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.12.15

Annexure-2

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ITP-INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN OF CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.12.15

CHECK LIST FOR CABLES & WIRES INSTALLATION-Annexure 2

Location/Area:
N QA/QC Verifications
Activities / Items to be Inspected LEM WAA DORSCH PM / CM
o
1 Approved Material used (MIR)
2 Approved Shop Drawings used
3 Ensure Materials are Damage free
Install cables as indicated according to manufacturers
4
recommendation
5 Pulling cables in cable tray or trunking
6 Pulling wires in the GI/PVC conduit
7 Use pulling compound or Lubricant where necessary
8 Install expose cables parallel & perpendicular to surfaces
9 Cables/wires tied with regular intervals

10 Slack wires/cables of acceptable length shall be left during


cable pulling
11 Seal both end of the cables with insulation tape
12 Cables pulled in underground duct conduit
13 Labels / Tags where applicable

Remarks:

LEM Main
Contractor DORSCH PM / CM
Site Engineer QA/QC
(WAA)
Name
Designation
Signature
Date

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ITP-INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN OF CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.12.15

Annexure-3

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ITP-INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN OF CABLES, WIRES & TERMINATIONS LUSAIL CITY, PACKAGE CP07-C-1B
ISSUED DATE: 09.12.15

CHECK LIST FOR CABLES & WIRES TERMINATION-ANNEXURE 3

Location/Area:
N QA/QC Verifications
Activities / Items to be Inspected LEM WAA DORSCH PM / CM
o
1 Approved Material used (MIR) for Glands & lugs
2 Ensure Materials are Damage free
3 Pre-termination inspections cleared
4 Pre-termination tests cleared
5 Adequate space to allow termination to take place
6 Compression type lugs used
7 Lugs compressed properly
8 Glands plates cut properly
9 Glands fitted with internal earthing stud and armor clamp
10 Cables/wires tied with regular intervals
11 Cleaned the cable cuttings, debris and dust
12 Terminations are Checked & Secure
13 Covers and safety shields are provided

Remarks:

LEM Main
Contractor DORSCH PM / CM
Site Engineer QA/QC
(WAA)
Name
Designation
Signature
Date

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