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DOC. NO.

094135-CM-PRO-129
PROCEDURE
REV. NO. : 0

PAGE : COVER

CONSTRUCTION METHOD STATEMENT FOR FIRE


WATER TANK FT-1101

PROJECT NAME : LPG REFRIGERATED STORAGE


CLIENT : PETROVIETNAM GAS JOINT STOCK CORPORATION
CONTRACTOR : PVC-DEC CONSORTIUM

0 29-Aug-11 Issued for Construction N.T.DIEU S.B.YOON C.S.HAN

B 18-Aug-11 Issued for Approval N.T.DIEU S.B.YOON C.S.HAN

A 25-Jul-11 Issued for Review N.T.DIEU K.H.LEE C.S.HAN

DEC PVC-DEC PVGAS


REV. NO. DATE DESCRIPTION PREP'N
REVIEW APPROVAL APPROVAL

PVC-DEC PVGAS
REV. NO. DISCIPLINE PREPARATION BY REVIEW BY
APPROVAL APPROVAL

0 QA/QC

NG.THANH DIEU S.B.YOON CHUL SOO HAN

This DOCUMENT is the property of PetroVietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation. Therefore, it shall not be released to any third party
without permission of an authorized personnel of the PetroVietnam Gas Joint Stock Corporation.
CONTENTS

I. SCOPE

II. RELATED DOCUMENTS

III. MANPOWER AND EQUIPMENT

IV. FABRICATION PROCEDURE AT SHOP

V. ERECTION PROCEDURE AT SITE

VI. HYDROSTATIC TESTING

VII. BLASTING AND PAINTING

VIII. SAFETY

IX. CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE

X. ATTACHED FILE

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I. SCOPE
This procedure describes general requirement and method of fabrication , erection
for fire water tanks of LPG Refrigerated Storage Project for PetroVietnam Gas
Joint Stock Corporation at Thi Vai, Ba Ria- Vung Tau, Viet Nam

II. RELATED DOCUMENTS


The following codes, specification and document have been used as a source of
information in the preparation of this document.

- API Standard 650 11th Edition Nov. 2008, including Addendum 1, "Welded Steel
Tanks for Oil Storage".

- 094135-ME-SPC-003 Specification for API Storage Tank.

- 094135-QA-PRO-013 Inspection and Test Plan for Field Construction (Fire Water
Tank).
- 094135-ME-SPC-037 Inspection Specification for Field Construction
(Atmospheric Tank)

- 094135-ME-DS-006 Mechanical Datasheet for Fire Water Tank

- 094135-PE-SPC-003 Painting & Protective Coating Specification

- 094135-ME-DRD-002-01/02/03/../09 All approved drawings of Fire Water Tank


III. MANPOWER, EQUIPMENT MOBILIZATION
1. Construction Organization Chart

2. Manpower Mobilization Plan (See Attached File)


3. Equipment Mobilization Plan (See Attached File)
IV. FABRICATION PROCEDURE AT SHOP
1. Shop Fabrication Plan
1.1. Fabrication works at shop

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- Pre-Fabrication of bottom plate, shell plate, and top plate, roof frame
- Fabrication of all steel structure, nozzle.
- Cleaning, blasting and painting 2 layer.
1.2. Construction Area (See Attached dwg.no: MBTC-01)
2. Sequence Of Work

3 Fabrication Procedure.
3.1. Marking, Cutting & Bevel
- The mark indication, the material spec. heat no. shall be transferred to each piece
of member in accordance with approval drawing
- Quality Staff check and mark before permiting cut.

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- Edge of shell plate must to be cut and chamfer in accordance with approval
drawing.
- Cutting and chamfering process be carry out by cutting machine running on rail
which be put parallel cutting line,after beveling, all edge shall grind smoothly.
- Dimention of chamfer suit to welds in drawing.
- After cutting,all defects of edge shall be removed completely.
- Foreman shall check edges after chamfering in accordance with WPS which is
approved .
- Bend process shall be start after checking parallel of bending shaft.
3.2 Bending
- All shell plates shall be cold bend to suit the specified curvature,plate dimension
need bend to be: 2000x9000 mm.
- Before bending need check parallel of Roll-bending machine shaft to suit
specification of machine.
- Bend process be start after checking parallel of bending shaft.
- Bend process follow step by step:
+ Fall of C and B shaft, adjust distance between A shaft and B shaft
+ Give shell plate to bending shaft.
+ Lift C shaft up touch shell plate.
+ Checking squarness, parallel of bending shaft and shell plate.
+ Rotate B shaft clockwise at the same time lift C shaft up step by step to get
specified curvature up (This activity shall bend until curvature is acceptable).
+ Rotate forward and backward until getting proper curvature.
+ During bending, on surface of plate shall be free from oil, dust, water and other
foreign materials to do not stick bending shaft.
+ Cuvarture of plate is checked by measurable tool during bending
+ Foreman used template which has a round with shape of inside radius of tank
to inspecte cuvarture during bending process.
+ After bending completely QC engineer check shell plate which is put in
template before moving next step.

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ILLUSTRATION SKETCH
Cable A
A

c c
B Clamp c B c

Step 1 Step 2

Cable Cable

A
A
Clamp
c B
c Clamp
c B c
Step 3
Step 4

3.3. Fabrication.
- All roof frame, columns,spriral stairway, handrail shall fabricate at shop
- All detail after cutting, bevel shall install on template following shop drawing.
- Dimension shall check before welding and after welding.
- Welding is showed part V.4 in this procedure.

3.4 Inspection And Acceptance Criteria


3.4.1 Dimension of Plate.
A B
- AB,CD = 3.0
- AC,BD = 1.5
- AD,CB = 3.0
C D
3.4.2 Bevel of shell plate
- =50 455 455

3 2
455
3.4.3 Bending of shell plate
- H1,H2,H3 13mm

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900mm 900mm

H1 H2 H3

3.5. Painting. Reference to :Method Statement for Painting Work for Fire Water
Tank (094315-CM-PRO-256)
- All detail, structures after complete fabrication shall be blast and paint 2 layer
before releasing to site.
- Before painting head no, plate no shall save and mark again after painting.
3.6. Package and transportation.
- After painting completed, shell plate shall be put in template and release to site by
trucks.
- Refer to Attached dwg no:CM-01, CM-02 sheet1/2 and 2/2

V. ERECTION PROCEDURE AT SITE

1. Site Erection Plan and Construction area


1.1 Erection Works At Site
- Erection of shell plate, bottom, roof plate

- Erection steel structure, nozzle.

- NDT, hydrostatic test and other checking type

- Paint completed all tank


1.2 Construction Area(See Attached dwg: MBTC-02)
2 Sequence Of Work

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3. Erection Procedure

3.1. Foundation check

- Before erecting the bottom, plate the tank foundation shall be inspected visually for
evidence of cracks, damage etc.

- A check of the dimension, level and reference point shall be carried out prior to take
over of the foundation and all QA/QC required documents shall be signed by owner,
PVC-DEC consortium

- Spot level of the foundations shall be verified and tolerances shall be as per the
limits specified in API 650 part 5.5.5.2.

- Exact center point & orientation (0, 90,180,270) shall be marked.


3.2. Laying of annular plate

- The first, marking circumference line outer edge and limited line of annular plate

MARKING LINE

- A backing plate shall be fixed to each annular plate.

- Each annular plate shall be placed in accordance with the approved project drawings
in correct orientation.

- The radius of each annular plate outer edge shall be checks

- Fit-up between annular plates shall be adjusted as required( as following illustration)

ANNULAR
GUIDE PLATE
PLATE

WEDGE

- Upon completion of erection and QC staff check before permiting welding


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- Welding and inspection see more part 9 on this document

3.3. Laying bottom plate

- Marking limited line of all bottom plate

- Bottom plate and annular plate can install the same time, installation of bottom
plate to annular will perform after welding of annular plate is completed

- The bottom plates is start from the center plate which shall be laid progressively
towards the annular plates in accordance with marking line on foundation

ANNULAR PLATE
3
1 2

4 BOTTOM PLATE

- To make sure gap welding, welds shall be fix by guide plate and wedge before QC
engineer check and pemit to weld
BOTTOM
GUIDE PLATE
PLATE

WEDGE

- The bottom plates shall be fixed by tack welds after bottom plate is adjusted correct
position
- Three plate laps shall be welded as following.( after hot bending)

CUTTING
CORNER HOT BEND

TACK WELD

3.4. Assembling of shell plate

3.4.1 Preparation before Assembling


- Marking inside diameter of tank, position of each course 1st shell plate on annular
plate.
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- 2nd Course to top of tank, position of each shell plate shall be mark on shell plate of
under course.

MARK FOR
ASSEMBLY
DIAMETER OF
BOTTOM PLATE
EACH SHELL JOINT OF
VERTICAL SEAM

- Guide plate , hooks shall be fitted inside and outside each shell plate before it is
lifted into position.

- After moving to site,the shell plates shall be placed around the tank foundation.

- All required fixtures shall be installed on the inside and outside of the shell plates to
ensure that the shell plates are aligned with the scribed line.( Under figures)

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3.4.2. Assembling
- Shell plate will be install by crane 50 ton. Each shell plate shall be secured on the
annular plate.
- Shell plate of 1st course will adjust as followed:
+ Using wedges adjust foot of plate following marking point
+ Using strong back, wedge, guide plate, turnbuckle adjust misalignment,
plumbness of plate before tack weld.

WELD HERE

WELD HERE

- After adjustment completed, QC staff will check plumbness, roundness, bending,


diameter, fit-up before welding vertical line
- Each plate of 1st course shall be check plumbness minimum 2 points.
- Check bending, peaking
- Diameter of tank will be measure at a minimum of 8 points that distance bottom
300mm

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- 2nd course will be install after vertical seam of 1st course is welded . For the erection
second course scaffold bracket and wood plates shall be attached to the shell plate.
- Shell plate of 2nd course will adjust as followed:
Using strong back, wedge, guide plate, adjust misalignment, bending, peaking
plumbness of shell plate,vertical joint and horizontal joint before tack weld.
- After adjustment completed, QC staff will check,
- Vertical seam will be welded.
- Horizontal seam between 1st course and 2nd course will be weld after vertical seam
of 2nd course is welded completely.
- Seam between shell plate and annular plate shall be welded after all tank seam is
welded completely.

- The same sequence shall be install next course.

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3.5. Installation of steel structure

3.5.1 Assembling of column


The installation of Tank roof columns and its attachment sequence with the last
shell course prior to welding will be followed as described below:
- Columns can install when shell plate is installed 2nd or 3rd course.
- Columns is fabricated completely (Including rib, under base, top base plate) before
lifting up
- The position of columns will be accurately marked (including 1 column (C2) and 4
columns (C1))
- Erect column (C2,C1) on the Tank bottom plate as following marking position and
adjust plumbness before welding.

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3.5.2. Assembling Girder
After installing columns completed, girder will be install as followed:

3.5.3 Assembling Rafter


- Marking all position to put into pad plate
- Erect the pad plate with the tank top shell course and a gusset plate over the pad
plate spaced at 90 interval from 00 to 3600.
- Erect Rafter (R1) at 00 between inner column and top course of tank shell plate duly
bolted at the tank shell side, adjusting dimention, roundness
- Erect Rafte (R1) at 1800 between inner columnand top course of Tank Shell plate
duly bolt at the tank shell side, adjusting dimention , roundness .
- Erect Rafter (R2) at 900 between inner column and top course of tank shell plate
duly bolted at the tank shell side, adjusting dimention, roundness
- Erect Rafte (R2) at 3600 between inner columnand top course of Tank Shell plate
duly bolt at the tank shell side, adjusting dimention , roundness .
- The same works for next rafter

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3.5.4 Assembling Top Angle

After completion of vertical welding of the top course of the shell plate, top angle
shall be installed on the shell plate.

3.6. Assembling of roof.


- Marking roof plate.
- Put roof plate from center point to outside
- Adjust lap joint as following approval drawing after fixing by tack welds
- Quality staff shall check before welding, during welding and after welding.

3.7. Nozzles and manholes


- Mark position to put in nozzles following drawing
- After installation of the shell and/or roof plate, the nozzles and manholes shall be
installed. To prevent welding distortion, temporary reinforcement shall be
installed for nozzles or manholes over 6 inches nominal diameter as follow.
SHELL PLATE TEMPORARY REINFORCEMENT

REINFORCING
PLATE

NOZZLEMANHOLE

3.8. Spiral staircase & handrail


Spiral Staircase &handrail shall be prefabricated, erected and welded according to
approved drawing No. 094135-ME-DRD-002-08( sheet 1,2,3,4,5 of 5)
4. Welding
4.1 General:
- All tack welding and final welding of the bottom, shell and roof plate shall be
arranged to minimize distortion due to weld shrinkage.

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- Welding shall not be carried out during rain, or high wind.
- In multilayer welding , each layer of weld metal shall be cleaned by removing all
slag and other iterm before the next layer is applied. All completed welds shall be
free from slag, brush and cleaned before final inspection.
- The next side of double welds, vertical and horizontal but joint shall be back-
chipped, gouging before welding fist pass.
4.2 Weld map:
All welds shall be marked clear symbol or number.
4.2.1 Nozzle: All nozzle will be mark following name of nozzle in drawing.
For-example:
+ N9-F( meaning is Joint between Nozzle N9 and Flange
+ N9-SP(meaning is joint between Nozzle N9 and Shell Plate
4.2.2. Shell plate
- Each plate will mark number from S1 to S7 following direction 00 2700
- Horizontal line is marked from( H1.1-H1.7 to H11.1-H11.7)
- Vertical line is marked from (V1.1-V1.7 to V10.1-V10.7)
For-example:
+ V9.4
+ V8.3/H9.3
H11.1-H11.7 V9.4 V8.3/H9.3
V10.1-V10.7
S10.7 S10.6 S10.5 S10.4 S10.3 S10.2 S10.1 V9.1-V9.7
V8.1-V8.7 S9.7 S9.6 S9.5 S9.4 S9.3 S9.2 S9.1
S8.7 S8.6 S8.5 S8.4 S8.3 S8.2 S8.1 V7.1-V7.7
V6.1-V6.7 S7.7 S7.6 S7.5 S7.4 S7.3 S7.2 S7.1
S6.7 S6.6 S6.5 S6.4 S6.3 S6.2 S6.1 V5.1-V5.7
V4.1-V4.7 S5.7 S5.6 S5.5 S5.4 S5.3 S5.2 S5.1
S4.7 S4.6 S4.5 S4.4 S4.3 S4.2 S4.1 V3.1-V3.7
V2.1-V2.7 S3.7 S3.6 S3.5 S3.4 S3.3 S3.2 S3.1
S2.7 S2.6 S2.5 S2.4 S2.3 S2.2 S2.1 V1.1-V1.7
S1.7 S1.6 S1.5 S1.4 S1.3 S1.2 S1.1

0 V1.7 270 180 90 0


H1.1-H1.7
NDT MARKING FOLLOWED 0-90-180-270

4.2.3 Annular plate.

- Each weld will be marked number from AP1 to AP14 following direction
00 2700.
- Position of NDT will be intersection of each plate.( For-example AP3).

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90
AP3

AP1-P14

180 0

270
NDT MARKING FOLLOWED 0-90-180-270

4.2.4 Bottom plate

- All width of plate is marked BP/W1 to BP/W25


- All length of plate is marked BP/L1 to BP/L8
- All joints of annular plate and bottom plate is marked BP/A/1 to BP/A/14
90
BP/W/1-BP/W/4
BP/W/5-BP/W/6 BP/A/2

BP/W/7-BP/W/9 BP/L/1
BP/L/2 BP/A/1-BP/A/14
BP/W/10-BP/W/11
BP/L/3
BP/L/4
180
BP/L/5
BP/W/12-BP/W/14
BP/L/6
BP/W/15-BP/W/16
BP/L/7 BP/W/17-BP/W/19
BP/L/8 BP/W/20-BP/W/21

BP/W/22-BP/W/25
270
4.2.5 Roof plate

- All width welds is marked RP/W1 RP/W16


- All length welds is marked RP/L1 RP/L16
90

RP/L/1-BP/L/16

180 0

RP/W/1-BP/W/16
270

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4.3 Weld marking
Before welding, each weld will check fitup following under table
WPS
Drawing no.
Weld no.
Welder ID
Signature:
Fit up
Date:
Signature:
Visual
Date:
Signature:
NDT
Date:

4.4 Sequence of welds


4.4.1 Bottom Plate joints
- All lap joints on bottom plates shall be full fillet welded on the topside only.
- The annular plate's joints shall be butt-welded and shall have complete penetration
for the full thickness of the annular plate, with a backing strip of 6 mm thickness.
- Reference to PVC-PT-WPS-01
- Sequence of weld is followed:
90
2 13 2 ANNULAR
13 13
7 7 2 PLATE
2 7 7
12 13
13 6 11 6
2
2 5 10 5 5 1
13 4 4 13
9
0
2 3 2 BOTTOM
8 3 3
180 PLATE
13 4 4 13
2 10 2
5 5 5
13 11 13
6 12 6
2 2
7 7 713 7
13
13 2 2
270
WELDING SEQUENCE OF BOTTOM

4.4.2. Bottom to Shell Plate Joints

The shell plates shall be continuously welded on both sides to the annular plates
with the leg length of both fillet welds equal to the thickness of the annular plate.
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4.4.3. Shell Butt Joints

Shell butt joints shall be made as follows

- All seams shall be butt welded from both sides of the plate.

- All vertical butt joints, single V or double V, shall have complete weld
penetration through the full thickness of the parent plate.

- All single bevel butt joints shall have complete penetration through the full
thickness of the parent plate.

Last weld

4.4.4. Roof Plate Joints

All Roof plate joints shall be full fillet welded on the welded side.

All spatter,slag, profile shall be removed to give smooth internal surface.


9
8 1
ROOF PLATE
6
7
3
5 3 5 7
4 2 8
6
1 4 9
2
9 4 1 2
4 1
6 3
8 2
5
7 5 3
7
6
1 8

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4.5 Welder and Welding machine
4.5.1 Welder( Refer to: Welder Qualification And Control Procedure
(094135-QA-PRO-005)
- Welder have to train and test before assigning the field
- Each welder will provide Welders qualification certificate
- At site, welder only weld position following training and testing process
4.5.2 Welding machine ( Refer to:Monitoring And Measuring Device Control
Procedure (094135-QA-PRO-003)
- All equipment shall be confirm the calibration label of the
calibration/inspection agency.
- The identification label shall be attached on the each equipment.

4.5.2 Welding procedure specification ( Refer to: Welding Procedure Specification


For Atmospheric Tank (094135-CM-PRO-130)
- All WPS must be submitted befor using at field.
- Using WPS is suitable for material, welding position.
4.7 Inspection of welds
4.7.1 Visual:
- All welds is visual 100%
- Refer to :
+API 650 section 6.5 ( Shell of Tank )
+ASME B31.3 table 341.3.3( Pipework outside of tank).
+AWS D1.1 table 6( Structural steelwork).
4.7.2 NDE:( Refer To :Non-Destructive Examination Procedure For
Atmospheric Tank (094135-CM-PRO-132)
5. Scaffolding .
5.1 Scaffolding for assembly shell plate.
- The pre-assembly blocks shall be provided for two rings in all.
- All the welding joints of Jig to shell shall be visual Inspected carefully by QC
Contractor before Scaffolding installed.

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TANK SHELL INSIDE

HANDRAIL

WOOD PLATE

BRACKET

BOTTOM PLATE

- Sequence of scaffolding installation

3 - To installing at 3 position, moving


scaffoding from 1 position to 3
position
2 - Process is repeated until the end of the
process of installing tanks

5.2 Scaffolding for roof plate.


- Install temporally ladder from bottom to top ouside of shell
- Sequence of installation under figures
- And going on until completing roof plate

90 90
HANDRAIL HANDRAIL

PLANKING PLANKING

LADDER
180 0 180 0

SCAFFOLDING SCAFFOLDING

270 270

STEP 1 STEP 2

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PIPE 42

PLANKING

PIPE 42

PIPE 49

SECTION OF ROOF PLATFORM

6. Inspection And Acceptance Criteria

6.1 Foundation Check


- Levelness: 20mm
- Height :20mm
- Platness: 13mm
- Dimension:20mm
6.2 Fit-up Check (API 650 ,Paragraph 5.2.3)
Weld preparation and dimensional accuracy shall be checked prior to start
welding.Butt weld joints of shell and annular joints shall fitted up accurately and
retained in position during welding operation. Misalignment of the completed
shell and bottom annular joints shall not exceed the following tolerance before and
after welding.
- Shell vertical and annular joints.
+ 10% of the plate thickness or 1.5mm, whichever is smaller, for plate thickness
up to 16mm.
+ 10% of the plate thickness or 3.0mm, whichever is smaller, for plate thickness
more than 16mm.
- Shell horizontal joints.
+ 20% of the plate thickness (upper plate of the horizontal joint) or
3.0mm,whichever is smaller. For plate thickness (upper plate of the horizontal
joint) more than 8mm, not exceed 1.5mm.

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6.3 Plumpness,& roundness standards

- After completion of shell welding, the plumpness and the roundness shall be
measured in accordance with API-650, 5.5.2 and 5.5.3 at two points per shell
plate.
- And the tolerances shall be as follows:

Tank Diameter (feet) Roundness


Plumpness (inches)
<40 H / 2 00 1/2
From 40 to < 150 H/200 3/4
From 150 to < 250 H/200 1
>250 H/200 1.1/4

- H: Total height of the shell.


6.4 Bending and Peaking
- G1, G2 13mm
SHELL PLATE
TEMPLATE
TEMPLATE
SHELL PLATE
R10000
900mm

900mm
G2 G2
G1

VI. HYDROSTATIC TESTING.

1. Sequence of works

2. Preliminaries
- Prior to water filling, all required erection, welding, and inspection shall be
completed.
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- No debris or foreign articles shall be left in the tank.
- Outside of the corner welding between shell and annular plate shall be cleaned.
- The tank shall be swept clean.
- Prior to water filling, the initial data of tank level shall be taken.
- The level check points should be designated at intervals of maximum 10m around
the tank periphery, but minimum 8 points.
- During the water filling and discharging, the roof nozzles shall be kept open.
3. Hydrostatic Testing
- After opening the roof manholes and/or some roof nozzles to vent the tank, water
shall be introduced into the tank. "KEEP OPEN" signs shall be placed on the
openings.
- The tank shall be filled with water at a determine rate to specified test water level.
- Water filling may be made continuously by agreement with owner and/or civil
contractor.
- Before, during and after water filling, foundation settlement shall be checked.
+ Frequency: No load, 1 /4 load, 1 /2 load, 3/4 load and full Ioad
+ Points: Follow the location of the initial data
- During water filling and when the tank is filled to test level, visual check shall be
performed for all seams in shell including corner weld between shell and bottom

VII. BLASTING AND PAINTING.(Reference to :Method Statement for Painting


Work for Fire Water Tank (094315-CM-PRO-256)

1. Profile testing shall be carried out after accomplish blasting. (Steel surfaces shall
be blast cleaned to SA 2.5, profile 50-75). The re-blast shall be made if the
blasted surfaces not get requirement yet.The prime coat shall be applied immediately
after blast cleaning.
2. Brushing, spraying, roller coating or other suitable methods shall be used
depending on the kinds of paints, surfaces and material to be painted or
circumstances of working area.
3. Checking dryness fist layer before painting second layer.
4. Checking dryness second layer before releast to field.
5. At field after final inspection, third layer shall be paint.

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VIII. SAFETY( Reference to: Health, Safety, Security and Environmental
Plan094135-GE-PRO-008
- Safety assessment table for dangerous works( See attached file)

IX. CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE (See Attached File)

X ATTACHED FILE.

1. Manpower mobilization plan

2. Equipment mobilization plan

3. Construction area(At shop): DWG no: MBTC-01

4. Construction area ( At site):DWG no: MBTC-02

5. Support of bending machine: DWG no: MC-01

6. Support use for transportation:DWG no : MC-02

7. Safety assessment table for dangerous work.

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EQUIPMENT MOBILIZATION PLAN
PROJECT: LPG REFRIGENATED STORAGE ITEM:
FIRE WATER TANK
50

`
45

40

35
QUANLITY

30

25

20

15

10

0
Agu Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan feb Mar
Welding Equipments (list attached) 17 17 19 19 19 19 17 17
Inspection Equipment (list attached) 42 42 42 42 42 42 42 42
Transport equipments (list attached) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
hand-Toots Equipment (list attached) 43 43 43 43 43 43 43 43
Truck,lift Equipment (list attached) 26 26 26 26 26 26 26 26
Rollbending machine (list attached) 1 1 1
HUMAN MOBILIZATION PLAN
PROJECT: LPG REFRIGENATED STORAGE
ITEM: FIRE WATER TANK
45

40

35
QUANLITY

30

25

20

15

10

Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12


Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Jan-12 Feb-12 Mar-12
Technical Staff 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
Fiter 16 16 16 16 16 16 4 4
Welder 2 2 12 12 12 12 4 2
Electrician 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Mechanic 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
Other 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3
Total 31 31 41 41 41 41 21 19
EQUIPMENTS MOBILIZATION PLAN
PROJECT: LPG REFRIGENATED STORAGE
ITEM: FIRE WATER TANK

No DESCRIPTION ` QUANTITY REMACKS


I WELDING EQUIPMENTS 22
1 Welding machine ( 6 Clamp) set 2
2 Welding machine ( 1 Clamp) set 4
3 Electrode drying oven set 1
4 Portable welding electrode dryers set 15
II INSPECTION EQUIPMENTS 43
1 Thermometer set 1
2 Temperature indicator ea 10
3 AC/DC Clamb meter set 1
4 Welding gauge ea 7
5 Digital Caliper ea 1
6 Electric total station set 1
7 Level 1,2m ea 4
8 Level 0,6m ea 4
9 steel tape 1m ea 4
10 Measuring tape (steel) 30m ea 1
11 Measuring tape (steel) 10m ea 6
12 Square ruler ea 3
III TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT 1
1 Dump truck 25 tons 1
IV HAND-TOOL EQUIPMENTS 46
1 Oxy-Gas cutting machine set 4
2 Hand cutting Oxy- Gas set 6
3 Table drill machines set 3
4 Magnetic drilling Machines set 1
5 Hand-held drilling Machines set 2
6 Grind machine 180 set 10
7 Grind machine 125 set 10
8 Holes grind machine set 4
9 Back gauge clamb set 2
10 Heating- mine ea 4
V TRUCK-LIFT EQUIPMENTS 30
1 Hydraulic Crane 50Tons ea 1
2 Hydraulic Crane 25 Tons ea 1
3 Hydraulic Jacks 10Tons ea 1
4 Hydraulic Jacks 5 Tons ea 1
5 Chains block 10Tons ea 1
6 Chains block 5 Tons ea 1
7 Chains block 2Tons ea 2
8 Vertical lifter 5tons ea 2
9 Horizontal lifter 5tons ea 4
10 Shackles5 tons ea 4

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No DESCRIPTION ` QUANTITY REMACKS
11 Shackles 2 tons ea 2
12 Webbing sling 5 tons , L=8m fiber 6
13 Single wire rope sling 5tons fiber 4
VI OTHER 2
1 Rollbending Machine set 1
2 Eir Compressor set 1

Vung tau , date..

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CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCHEDULE
PROJECT: LPG REFRIGENATED STORAGE
ITEM: FIRE WATER TANK
CONSTRUCTION TEAM: TEAM No 7
ID WBS Task Name Duration Start Finish July August September October November December January February
E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E
1 1 CONSTRUCTION FIRE WATER TANKS 161 days Mon 8/22/11 Mon 2/13/12
2 1.1 FABRICATION AT SHOP 40 days Mon 8/22/11 Thu 10/6/11
3 1.1.1 MATERIALS RECEIVED 10 days Mon 8/22/11 Wed 8/31/11
4 1.1.1.1 Materials received 10 days Mon 8/22/11 Wed 8/31/11 8/22 8/31
5 1.1.2 FABRICATION BOTTOM OF THE TANKS 11 days Thu 9/1/11 Tue 9/13/11
6 1.1.2.1 Marking, cutting 5 days Thu 9/1/11 Tue 9/6/11 9/1 9/6
7 1.1.2.2 Press edges 5 days Fri 9/2/11 Wed 9/7/11 9/2 9/7
8 1.1.2.3 Corrosion protection & Paint 5 days Thu 9/8/11 Tue 9/13/11 9/8 9/13
9 1.1.3 FABRICATION SHELL OF THE TANKS 17 days Thu 9/1/11 Wed 9/21/11
10 1.1.3.1 Marking, cutting, bevel 9 days Thu 9/1/11 Sat 9/10/11 9/1 9/10
11 1.1.3.2 Bending plates 10 days Fri 9/2/11 Tue 9/13/11 9/2 9/13
12 1.1.3.3 Corrosion protection & Paint 6 days Wed 9/14/11 Wed 9/21/11 9/14 9/21
13 1.1.4 FABRICATION ROOF OF THE TANKS 14 days Thu 9/8/11 Sat 9/24/11
14 1.1.4.1 Marking, cutting roof plate 4 days Thu 9/8/11 Mon 9/12/11 9/8 9/12
15 1.1.4.2 Press edges 4 days Fri 9/9/11 Tue 9/13/11 9/9 9/13
16 1.1.4.3 Cutting V 200x200x20 2 days Tue 9/13/11 Wed 9/14/11 9/13 9/14
17 1.1.4.4 Manufacturing roof frame 4 days Thu 9/15/11 Tue 9/20/11 9/15 9/20
18 1.1.4.5 Bending V200x200 4 days Thu 9/15/11 Tue 9/20/11 9/15 9/20
19 1.1.4.6 Corrosion protection & Paint 4 days Wed 9/21/11 Sat 9/24/11 9/21 9/24
20 1.1.5 FABRICATION STAIRWAY AND HANDRAIL 21 days Mon 9/12/11 Thu 10/6/11
21 1.1.5.1 Marking, cutting 7 days Mon 9/12/11 Tue 9/20/11 9/12 9/20
22 1.1.5.2 Combination of clusters of Stairway and handrail 5 days Wed 9/21/11 Sun 9/25/11 9/21 9/25
23 1.1.5.3 Clusters welding Stairway and handrail 5 days Mon 9/26/11 Fri 9/30/11 9/26 9/30
24 1.1.5.4 Corrosion protection & Paint 4 days Mon 10/3/11 Thu 10/6/11 10/3 10/6
25 1.1.6 FABRICATION PIPING 14 days Wed 9/21/11 Thu 10/6/11
26 1.1.6.1 Manufacturing spools 5 days Wed 9/21/11 Sun 9/25/11 9/21 9/25
27 1.1.6.2 Welding spools 5 days Sat 9/24/11 Wed 9/28/11 9/24 9/28
28 1.1.6.3 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 2 days Thu 9/29/11 Fri 9/30/11 9/29 9/30
29 1.1.6.4 Corrosion protection & Paint 4 days Mon 10/3/11 Thu 10/6/11 10/3 10/6
30 1.2 TRANSPORTING SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT TO CONSTRU 10 days Fri 10/7/11 Thu 10/20/11
31 1.2.1 Transporting supplies and equipment to construction sites 10 days Fri 10/7/11 Thu 10/20/11 10/7 10/20
32 1.3 INSTALLATION AT SITE 71 days Fri 10/21/11 Tue 1/3/12
33 1.3.1 INSTALLATION BOTTOM OF THE TANKS 11 days Fri 10/21/11 Fri 11/4/11
34 1.3.1.1 Installation bottom of the tanks 4 days Fri 10/21/11 Wed 10/26/11 10/21 10/26
35 1.3.1.2 Welding bottom of the tanks 5 days Thu 10/27/11 Wed 11/2/11 10/27 11/2
36 1.3.1.3 Inspection and repair ( if any) 2 days Thu 11/3/11 Fri 11/4/11 11/3 11/4
37 1.3.2 INSTALLATION THE TANKS SHELL 51 days Sat 11/5/11 Sun 12/25/11
38 1.3.2.1 Installation the tanks shell layer 1 2 days Sat 11/5/11 Sun 11/6/11 11/5 11/6
39 1.3.2.2 Installation the tanks shell layer 2 2 days Mon 11/7/11 Tue 11/8/11 11/7 11/8
40 1.3.2.3 Installation the tanks shell layer 3 2 days Wed 11/9/11 Thu 11/10/11 11/9 11/10
41 1.3.2.4 Welding the tanks shell layer 1 2 days Fri 11/11/11 Sat 11/12/11 11/11 11/12
42 1.3.2.5 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Sun 11/13/11 Sun 11/13/11 11/13 11/13
43 1.3.2.6 Installation the tanks shell layer 4 2 days Mon 11/14/11 Tue 11/15/11 11/14 11/15
44 1.3.2.7 Welding the tanks shell layer 2 2 days Wed 11/16/11 Thu 11/17/11 11/16 11/17
45 1.3.2.8 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Fri 11/18/11 Fri 11/18/11 11/18 11/18
46 1.3.2.9 Installation the tanks shell layer 5 2 days Sat 11/19/11 Sun 11/20/11 11/19 11/20
47 1.3.2.10 Welding the tanks shell layer 3 2 days Mon 11/21/11 Tue 11/22/11 11/21 11/22
48 1.3.2.11 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Wed 11/23/11 Wed 11/23/11 11/23 11/23
49 1.3.2.12 Installation the tanks shell layer 6 2 days Thu 11/24/11 Fri 11/25/11 11/24 11/25
50 1.3.2.13 Welding the tanks shell layer 4 2 days Sat 11/26/11 Sun 11/27/11 11/26 11/27
51 1.3.2.14 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Mon 11/28/11 Mon 11/28/11 11/28 11/28
52 1.3.2.15 Installation the tanks shell layer 7 2 days Tue 11/29/11 Wed 11/30/11 11/29 11/30

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DATE: 04/07/2011
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SCHEDULE
PROJECT: LPG REFRIGENATED STORAGE
ITEM: FIRE WATER TANK
CONSTRUCTION TEAM: TEAM No 7
ID WBS Task Name Duration Start Finish July August September October November December January February
E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E B M E
53 1.3.2.16 Welding the tanks shell layer 5 2 days Thu 12/1/11 Fri 12/2/11 12/1 12/2
54 1.3.2.17 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Sat 12/3/11 Sat 12/3/11 12/3 12/3
55 1.3.2.18 Installation the tanks shell layer 8 2 days Sun 12/4/11 Mon 12/5/11 12/4 12/5
56 1.3.2.19 Welding the tanks shell layer 6 2 days Tue 12/6/11 Wed 12/7/11 12/6 12/7
57 1.3.2.20 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Thu 12/8/11 Thu 12/8/11 12/8 12/8
58 1.3.2.21 Installation the tanks shell layer 9 2 days Fri 12/9/11 Sat 12/10/11 12/9 12/10
59 1.3.2.22 Welding the tanks shell layer 7 2 days Sun 12/11/11 Mon 12/12/11 12/11 12/12
60 1.3.2.23 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Tue 12/13/11 Tue 12/13/11 12/13 12/13
61 1.3.2.24 Installation the tanks shell layer 10 2 days Wed 12/14/11 Thu 12/15/11 12/14 12/15
62 1.3.2.25 Welding the tanks shell layer 8 2 days Fri 12/16/11 Sat 12/17/11 12/16 12/17
63 1.3.2.26 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Sun 12/18/11 Sun 12/18/11 12/18 12/18
64 1.3.2.27 Welding the tanks shell layer 9,10 4 days Wed 12/21/11 Sat 12/24/11 12/21 12/24
65 1.3.2.28 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Sun 12/25/11 Sun 12/25/11 12/25 12/25
66 1.3.3 INSTALLATION THE TANKS ROOF, COLUMN 16 days Mon 12/19/11 Tue 1/3/12
67 1.3.3.1 Installation roof frame 2 days Mon 12/19/11 Tue 12/20/11 12/19 12/20
68 1.3.3.2 Installation column 3 days Wed 12/21/11 Fri 12/23/11 12/21 12/23
69 1.3.3.3 Welding the tanks roof, column 3 days Sat 12/24/11 Mon 12/26/11 12/24 12/26
70 1.3.3.4 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Tue 12/27/11 Tue 12/27/11 12/27 12/27
71 1.3.3.5 Installation roof plate 3 days Wed 12/28/11 Fri 12/30/11 12/28 12/30
72 1.3.3.6 Welding roof plate 3 days Sat 12/31/11 Mon 1/2/12 12/31 1/2
73 1.3.3.7 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Tue 1/3/12 Tue 1/3/12 1/3 1/3
74 1.3.4 INSTALLATION STAIRWAY, HANDRAIL 14 days Tue 12/20/11 Mon 1/2/12
75 1.3.4.1 Installation stairway 3 days Tue 12/20/11 Thu 12/22/11 12/20 12/22
76 1.3.4.2 Welding stairway 3 days Fri 12/23/11 Sun 12/25/11 12/23 12/25
77 1.3.4.3 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Mon 12/26/11 Mon 12/26/11 12/26 12/26
78 1.3.4.4 Installation handrail 3 days Tue 12/27/11 Thu 12/29/11 12/27 12/29
79 1.3.4.5 Welding handrail 3 days Fri 12/30/11 Sun 1/1/12 12/30 1/1
80 1.3.4.6 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Mon 1/2/12 Mon 1/2/12 1/2 1/2
81 1.3.5 INSTALLATION PIPING 7 days Sun 12/25/11 Sat 12/31/11
82 1.3.5.1 Installation piping 3 days Sun 12/25/11 Tue 12/27/11 12/25 12/27
83 1.3.5.2 Welding piping 3 days Wed 12/28/11 Fri 12/30/11 12/28 12/30
84 1.3.5.3 Weld inspection and repair ( if any) 1 day Sat 12/31/11 Sat 12/31/11 12/31 12/31
85 1.4 HYDRAULIC TRIAL TANK 20 days Wed 1/4/12 Tue 1/24/12
86 1.4.1 Hydraulic trial tank 20 days Wed 1/4/12 Tue 1/24/12 1/4 1/24
87 1.5 ANTI-CORROSIVE PAINTING AND FINISHING THE TANK INS 20 days Wed 1/25/12 Mon 2/13/12
88 1.5.1 Anti- Corrosive painting and finishing the tank installation 20 days Wed 1/25/12 Mon 2/13/12 1/25 2/13

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DATE: 04/07/2011
SAFETY ASSESSEMENT TABLE FOR DANGEROUS WORKS
Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
1. Operation of pneumatic press, rotaring equipment, saw, cutter, punching machines.

Splashing/scrolling Happened several times Injury and Check to ensure no people are
Start Much Less
1 objects/person round rotating at mechanical Likely danger to 5 around the rotating structure Medium 3
machine likely likely
structure workshop equipment before start of machine

- Cover the conductive part to


avoid pieces/shavings from
fabricating materials to damage
Operation Happened several times
Much the insulator as well as liquid Less
2 of tool Electrical shock at mechanical Likely Injury 5 Medium 3
likely solution to get in the likely
machine workshop
conductive part.
'- Grounding the motor's metal
housing.
-Wear long-sleeve coat with
cuffs fasened; wear head cap
when operating machines and
do not use gloves (except for
Happened several times grinder)
Fabricatio Rolling clothes/hair into Much Less
3 at mechanical Likely Injury 5 -Cover the driving parts Medium 3
n moving parts likely likely
workshop - Do not check the rotating
fabricating details/tools; do it
when machine is stopped.
- Do not brake moving parts
manually
2.Works with pressurized equipment
a. Equipment operation

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
-Use bypass valve to add
pressure
Increase, Increase pressure so quickly, Less Affects life Much -Increase/reduce pressure Very Much
Known 4 3
reduce affecting equipment life likely of equipment likely gradually, about 2 bar/min rarely likely
1 pressure -Use bypass valve of the PSVs
for to reduce pressure
equipment
Reduce pressure fast causes Less Affects life Much Reduce pressure gradually, Very Much
Known 4 3
gas leak, and maybe explosion likely of equipment likely about 2 bar/min rarely likely
- Add temp. gradually and
Operationa
always check designed temp.
l
of material prior to operating. '-
temperatur Causes
Control equipment temp. on
e higher Reducing allowable stress of explosion to
Less Much periodic basis. Very Much
2 than material may explode Known in some cases high 4 3
likely likely -Check operational temperature rarely likely
designed pressurized tank pressurized
every 2 hour for timely
temp. of tank
adjustment
pressurize
-Comply strictly with relevant
d tank
operational steps
Causes excessive pressure (for
Actually happened
equipment operating at Causes -Assignments by speciality
Incorrectly when VHV
considerably varied damage to - Regular step-3 training as
opening/cl closed/opened valve V- Much Less Much
3 temperatures, depending on Likely equipment 6 required 4
osing 06 from auto-->manual Likely likely likely
technologies) and fire, -Comply strictly with relevant
valves of heating phase --
Causes leaks on flanges and explosion operational steps
>cooling phase.
explosion
b Maintenance, repair of equipment

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
Colliding - Covering to be put in place
Reducing the thickness of Causes
equipment during maintenamce/repair of
pressurized tank, that reduces explosion to
when Much equipment adjacent to Less
1 allowable stress of materials, Known in some cases Likely high 5 Medium 3
under likely pressurized tank likely
and possibly causes explosion pressurized
maintenan - Comply with the warnings set
of pressurized tank tank
ce, repair out in work permit

- Comply with welding steps.


Causes
Welds must be NDT tested
Welds not meeting allowable explosion to
Welding, Much '- Comply strictly with Less Much
2 stress of materials may cause Known in some cases Likely high 5 4
cutting likely Standard TCVN 6155-1996 likely likely
explosion of pressurized tank pressurized
"Requirements on installation,
tank
use, repair of pressurized tank"

- There must be approved


hydraulic testing procedures
Hydraulic Complying with the procedures
testing of - Remove the fittings on
Causes
pressurize Excessive pressure for pressurized equipment; the
explosion to
d equipment causes damage to Much flanges of pressurized
3 Known Likely high 5
equipment auxiliary devices installed on likely equipment must be installed
pressurized
after pressurized equipment with standard blind flanges.
tank
maintenam - Comply strictly with Standard
ce, repair TCVN 6155-1996
"Requirements on installation,
use, repair of pressurized tank"

3.Works in contact with high temperature of > 50oC

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
Closely inspect the levels of
explosive gas concentration
Damage to
Fabricatin Heat originating from and flamable materials in their
lives and
g, welding, welding, cutting leads surroundings before
properties in Much
cutting Fire and explosion to fire or explosion Rarely Likely 4 welding/cutting. Full Rarely 3
case of fire likely
metal when contacting implementation of fire
and
structures explosive materials prevention and fighting in the
explossion
area.

Workers must observe to avoid


High temperature
the high temperatures details
Skin burns welding, cutting may Hardly Skin burns Medium 3 Rarely Medium 2
that may hit the body while
cause skin burns
carrying out work
Welding/cutting area at height
When welding, cutting
must have warning strings and
at height, metal
there must be supervisors
Injury structures may fall or Rarely Body injury Likely 4 Reduce Likely 3
1 beneath. Compliance with
hit people causing
safety measures when working
injuries
at height
Skin and eye
Radioactive ray injury,
Using UV welding glasses,
generated during occupational
Much leather gloves, leather brassiere
Irritation of skins and eyes welding/cutting directly possible disease if 5 Hardly likely 4
likely reducing ultraviolet rays to
damages to the visual exposed for
minimize the impacts.
organs and skins. long time.

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
The flamable gases
Respiratory
generated during metal Avoid flamable gas direction
poisons,
welding/cutting may be (if possible), create a clear
occupational Much Much
Respiratory poisons. inhaled into the lungs, possible 5 working environment and high Hardly 4
disease if likely likely
causing breathing industrial hygiene.
exposed for
problems, poisoning
long time
respiratory organs.
Take part
in
responding Damage to
Damage to lives and properties When in fire, workers Compliance with the Much
2 to rarely lives and Likely 4 Rarely 3
Body injury take part in response regulations of rescue. likely
fire/explos properties
ion
incidents
4.Inspection by radioactive ray
-Set and fix devices before
capture
-To perfome at off time, less
Caused
people at site
damange to
- Notice to unauthorized
equipment
never seen, but heard a people to keep away from
Radioactive
Tripping, touching radioactive few similar situations. much radioactive source very Much
possible contaminatio 6 3
equipment caused damage likely - Contractor is required to rarely likely
n hazards to
check the leakage of
humans at
radioactive source before
site area.
carrying out works
- Putting up warnings and
stretching strings for danger
within 30m radius

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
- To perform at night time, less
people at site
- Inform people by speakers,
Radioactiv
1 walkie-talkie, ... about the
e capture
location and time for
at site Endanger to
Never seen, but heard a inspection by radiation
Radioactive dose may affect health of
few similar situations. much - Putting up warnings and very Much
people during capture and possible labors 6 3
likely stretching strings for danger rarely likely
consequently health (causing
withing 30m radius
cancer, )
- Assign guards where people
frequently passing by
- Use remote control (30m
radius) to perform radioactive
capture
- Use the remote control (30m
Endanger to radius) to perform the
health of radioactive capture.
never seen, but heard a much very Much
Do not close source rarely labors 5 - Check the open/close status 4
few similar situation likely rarely likely
(causing of radioactive sources to
cancer, ) ensure good operation before
transportation to site.
5.Works performed at height >2m (including craffholding erection)

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
- Follow the required route
- Use the handrail when going
Caused up or down
injured to - One person uses one ladder at
labors a time
Going up
(broken - No climbing when in poor
or down Slipping while climbing up Ever happened in much very
1 possible legs/arms, 6 health conditions Likely 4
for doing and down at the height of 2m similar situations likely rarely
trauma, ) - No climbing when heavy rain
works
Can be or wind
dangerous to - Check the status of ladder,
life railings, fences, ... before
climbing.

Causes injury
to people
- Stretch warning strings for
below Causes
Lifting work at height
damage to
materials - Allow no people in lifting
equipment
and Ever happened in much area very
2 Impact of falling objects possible below 6 Likely 4
equipment similar situations likely - Check the conditions of rarely
Causes
up and lifting equipment
damange to
down - Consider an appropriate
falling
lifting plan
equipment

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)

- There must be catwalk or


Causes
scaffholding
injury to
Ever happened in - Check safety rope before use
labors
similar situations in - Wear safety rope when
works (broken
other projects (by much working, hook it correctly very
3 performed Falling from height possible legs/arms, 6 Likely 4
carelessness, dizziness likely - Check the rigidity of rarely
at height trauma, )
or weather conditions). scaffholding before use (if any)
Can be
- Check the work position and
dangerous to
ensure the rigidity (if without
life
scaffholding)
- No work at height during
storm
Causes injury
to people - Stretch strings for work at
below Causes height
damage to - Do it carefully
equipment - Cover high catwalk surface to
Ever happened in much
Impact of falling objects possible below 6 avoid equipment or tools to rarely Medium 3
similar situation likely
Causes fall; or use tool bag; or tie tools
damange to with wire
falling - Cover and protect major
equipment equipment below

Misundersta
use walkie-talkie to
informatio Exchange inaccurate nding, very Much
4 Ever witnessed possible Likely 6 communicate while carrying 3
n information resulting in rarely likely
out works (if necessary)
accident
6.Hot works (flame generating) to be performed by gas projects

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)
- Inspection to confirm
isolation
- Necessary to isolate the fire /
smoke detectors in working
area (carefully considering,
depending on the specific case)
- Regularly check air
concentration to comply with
Hot works
Causes death regulations
generating
or injury - Explosive gas concentration
flame in
Damage or in equipment and surrounding
gas
shut down area LEL<5%
projects Can cause fire or explosion if Heard in similar much
1 possible equipment 6 - Inspectors must have rarely Medium 3
(welding air leaks around working area situation likely
Fire of gas certificate for air concentration
cutting,
projects measurement
grinding,
caused - No work permit for other
punching
disaster works within the radius of 30m
...).
- Arrange fighting equipment
(steering hose, portable fire
extinguishers. ) and fire
fighting personel
- Isolate working area
- Minimize sparkling (attention
to wind direction)

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Analysis of Reduction
Analysis of risk probability Type Precaution method Risk Re.
consequence (10)
work
No Risk Description of maining
step Exlanation
risk
Explanation Type P of con. Type C Description method P C
sequences
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12)

DATE.MONTH..YEAR..

HSE LEADER:

ATTENDANCE STAFF.

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