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Contents 1 Introduction 4
1.1 Introduction to this manual 4
1.2 Cargo Details 4

2 Scope of Work 5
2.1 Summary of scope of work for 5
2.2 Summary of scope of work for /Client 5

3 Organisation 6
3.1 Organisation 6
3.2 Responsibilities 7
3.3 Communications 8

4 Lifting Operations 9
4.1 Conforming legislations and practices 9
4.2 Site Information 9
4.3 Toolbox talk record 10
4.4 Site information 10
4.5 Site conditions checklist 11
4.6 Details of lift and lifting cargo 11
4.7 General Information 12
4.8 Cranage 13
4.9 Equipment Details 14
4.9.1 Demag CC-2800 14
4.9.2 Manitowoc M999 16
4.10 Lifting tackle 18
4.11 Ground loads 19
4.11.1 Main Crane 19
4.11.2 Tailing crane 19
4.12 Lifting personnel 20
4.13 Weather conditions 20
4.14 Communications 20
4.15 Personal protective equipment 20
4.16 Pre-lift preparations 21
4.17 Step-by-step lifting procedure 21

5 Safety Policies 24
5.1 General Safety Policy 24
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5.2 Environmental Policy 25


5.3 Objectives 25
5.4 T he Corporate Safety Manual 26
5.5 The Safety Guide 26
5.6 Restrictions 26

6 Attachments 27

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1 Introduction

1.1 Introduction to this manual

The purpose of this document is to provide planning data to enable the safe and efficient
installation of the T-9601 to the final position on the foundation. The operation is the responsibility
of , who will sublet certain key elements of the work to . This document is originated by and refers
essentially to scope of work for which is installation of the tower T-9601. The lifting operation will
be carried out by the Demag CC-2800 Crawler crane as the main crane and a 250Te crawler as a
tailing crane.

1.2 Cargo Details

Length Height
No. Ref Description Width (TL-TL) (Overall) Weight
(m) (m) (m) (ton)
1 T-9601 Stripper tower 1.676 17.04 23.75 38

Note:

shall check and confirm the strength and suitability of the trunnions and tailing lugs for suitability.

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2 Scope of Work

2.1 Summary of scope of work for

 Installation of T-9601.
 Supply of cranes as per specification.

2.2 Summary of scope of work for /Client

 Design access to rigging.


 Provision of access and egress for personnel and equipment.
 Provision of suitable ground for lifting and transport works.
 Transportation of T-9601.
 Delivery of T-9601 underneath the crane hook.
 Removal of all obstacles for lifting.

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3 Organisation

3.1 Organisation

The organisation of personnel for the operation is shown on the organisation chart below. The chart does
not extend to general cargo operations, which will be co-ordinated by operations department.

3.2 Responsibilities

The responsibilities for each of the positions in the organisation chart are:

Project Manager – : Responsible on behalf of for all preparations and actual


transport operation, and is also a sub-contractor
representative.

Site Manager – : Responsible for the overall execution of the project in


accordance with the contract, controls operations on site
and co-ordinates site activities.

Site Engineer – : Responsible for all technical and engineering


documentation in relation to the project on site, also the
point of contact for technical/engineering question, and
calculations for job execution on site.

Safety Supervisor – : Responsible for site safety for personnel during the project.

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Lifting Supervisor – : Responsible tot ensure that all site personnel are
adequately briefed on the contents of this method
statement, supporting Job Safety Analysis and Risk
Assessments. The lifting supervisor also liaises with site
management team if site circumstances require material
change to the methods to be employed during the
operation. He is also the person fully in charge of operation
during lifting operation, and responsible for direct instruction
to all lifting personnel.

The organisation consists of Management, Engineers, administrative staff as well as field operation
personnel. The Engineering capability includes Computer Aided Drawing facilities from AutoCAD
range, and if necessary, information can be transferred to and from clients using this medium. All
Engineers are computer literate, developed in use of in-house software, and commercially available
software to ensure consistency and accuracy of calculations.

3.3 Communications

During operation, all communication with the site organisation will go through site superintendent.

Communication between and will be via site superintendent who will have a radio on frequency
or will have a radio on frequency. Direct communication between and ExxonMobil may be made
for non-critical actions.

Communication protocols between the teams will be discussed at the pre-movement meeting and
appropriate arrangements will be made. Communication between operators will be in English.
operators shall take the stop signal from any person

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4 Lifting Operations

4.1 Conforming legislations and practices

LEGISLATION
Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 
Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 
Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations (PUWER) 1998 
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 1994 
Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 
Occupational Health Safety Association Rules - USA
APPROVED CODES OF PRACTICE
BS7121 Safe Use of Cranes part 1 – General 1989 
BS7121 Safe Use of Cranes part 3 – Mobile Cranes 2000 
OTHER
FW Operational Procedures and Safety Rules 
EM Operational Procedures and Safety Rules 
Singapore Statutory Provision 

4.2 Site Information

Enabling Works required by Firm Level Ground, Good


client / others access/egress to lifting position
Overhead Cables (Through the main site entrance)
/obstructions
The CC2800 shall be on a timber mat.
Ground Conditions

Underground Services N/A


Underground Voids /Vaults N/A
Traffic shall be controlled by EM, FW,
Traffic Management
and personnel.
Local Authority Concerned N/A
See Rigging plan
Road Closure Details

24 Hours in advance
Permit Times

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4.3 Toolbox talk record

Prior to commencing the operation all site personnel are to sign on the pre-lift checklist to confirm
that a clear briefing explaining the job has been given and is understood. I record of the pre-lift will
be completed and retained on site. For information on the pre-lift checklist, please refer to the
attachments.

4.4 Site information

Enabling Works required by Preparation works of levelling bed for the Crane mats.
client / others
Access / Egress Through the main site entrance.

Overhead Cables The trailers will pass Gate to the site assemble position
/obstructions
Ground Conditions The Crane shall be on levelling base under a timber mat.

Underground Services Power cable to be protected by timber mats.

Underground Voids /Vaults To be advised by


Traffic Management Traffic shall be controlled by EM, FW and personnel.
performed by
Local Authority Concerned EM
Road Closure Details See Transport Route Plan 0010025711-P079-D-T03
Permit Times

For the lifting operation of the T-9601, shall provide safe access and traffic management for the
delivery of the crane, support vehicles and personnel. Other site activities should not impede on the
access routes and working area of the crane etc.

Firm, level ground must be provided by to enable the crane and its support vehicles to travel and
safely set up in position. A clear level hard standing area for the crane capable of withstanding the
anticipated outrigger loads to be imposed as detailed in this method statement.

Their site Risk Assessment document which identifies any hazards (environmental or otherwise) that
may be present and could interfere within the Lifting Operation works area; shall be made available
to by .
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Foster shall also provide all necessary information relating to ground conditions and shall also
confirm the location of any underground services or vaults / voids in the agreed crane position(s).
This is in accordance with BS7121 (part 1 and 3). Personnel required to carry out mechanical
installation/removal of the equipment being installed or removed should be provided by .

4.5 Site conditions checklist

Client has approved crane position in YES NO N/A


accordance with drawing / sketch
Road closure & permits granted YES NO N/A

Power outage arranged YES NO N/A

(others) YES NO N/A

4.6 Details of lift and lifting cargo

Information provided by client


Description of Item T-9601

Dimensions (overall) 23.75m x1.676m

Weight 38Ton C-15-6258-T9601 Rev 02


(Full dress-up weight)
Value Metric Ton

Lifting Points 2 Trunnions

Centre of Gravity 9.971m (from CL of 12.532m (from CL of tailing lug)


trunnion)
Notes

Lift radius and obstructions


Distance: centre of crane to N/A
building /obstruction
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Height of building / N/A


obstruction
Distance of lift into building / N/A
past obstruction
Lift Radius 28.15m
Lift weights
Weight of lift as above 38Ton
Weight of Hook block 10 Ton
Estimated Weight of Tackle 3 Ton
Gross Lift Weight 51 Ton
Main Crane capacity
Crane Capacity 63.475 Ton
At radius 28.15m
Safety factor 1.24
Tailing Crane capacity
Crane Capacity 156.7 Ton
At radius 7m
Tailing load 21.16Ton (as given by client)
Safety factor 7.4

4.7 General Information

Describe any unusual or notable features of this lifting operation here:

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4.8 Cranage

Purpose: Crane 1 - Main Lift Crane - CC2800 Demag


Type: Crawler
Track base: 11.6m x 9.9m Short Rigged? YES NO
Counterweight: 180 Ton Rear/60Ton Central
Main Boom Length: 78m
Fly Jib: N/A at degrees
Luffing Jib: N/A
Hook block: Single Block
Standard Outrigger mats: N/A
Additional Mats: Bed of mats 5mx 12 x 2sets
Super Lift Ballast 0 Ton

Purpose: Crane 2 – Second lift crane - Tailing 250 ton


Type: Crawler
Track base: 7.5m x 7.1m Short Rigged? YES NO
Counterweight: 36
Main Boom Length: 24.4m
Fly Jib: N/A at degrees
Luffing Fly Jib: N/A
Hook block: Single Block
Standard Outrigger mats: N/A
Additional Mats:

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4.9 Equipment Details

4.9.1 Demag CC-2800

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(Diagram for illustration only)

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4.9.2 Manitowoc M999

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(Diagram for illustration only)

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4.10 Lifting tackle

The tackle arrangement is shown on the attached sketch/sketches.

Lifting Beams/Spreader Beams and their associated tackle:-

2 nos 70 Te SWL 10 M long Wire Rope Slings both side the beam
2 nos 35 Te SWL Shackles for the beam.
1 nos 800 Te SWL x 2.4 M long spreader beam
2 nos 10 Te SWL x 4 M long Wire Rope Slings for the spreader beam
1 nos 60 Te SWL x 6 M long slings for tailing
1 nos 55 Te SWL Shackles for tailing lugs

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Other Tackle:-

 All lifting tackle certification will be available on site.


 The Lift Superintendent shall inspect all tackle prior to every use.
 Any tackle supplied by client to be fit for purpose, fully certificated and in good condition.
 Any damaged tackle item shall be marked ‘NOT FOR USE’ and returned to depot for
disposal.
 Nylon slings must be protected from sharp corners using timber or other suitable packing.

4.11 Ground loads

4.11.1 Main Crane

Maximum Base Load


Matting Area Provided 5m x 12m x 2 sets
Resulting Ground Bearing Pressure 16.7.0Ton /m2

4.11.2 Tailing crane

Maximum Base Load


Matting Area Provided 1.8 x 12 x 2 sets
Resulting Ground Bearing Pressure 18 Ton/m2

Note: Client is responsible for ensuring that the ground conditions are suitable
to accept the calculated loadings and pressures shown above.

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4.12 Lifting personnel

For lifting works for heavy lift items, scope includes supply of the following site personnel:

1. Lifting Supervisor with responsibilities as per section 3.2 of this manual


2. Crane operators for operating the main crane and the tailing crane
3. Riggers for rigging of main crane and tailing crane
4. Signaller for signalling the crane operators and the riggers

4.13 Weather conditions

The maximum wind speed in which this operation can take place is 8m/s meters per second
Note that local conditions and safety of personnel may dictate that the Lift Superintendent and crane
operator(s) have to stop lifting operations at a lower wind speed than specified above. Lifting
operations must stop during storms, or when there is a risk of lightning strikes.

4.14 Communications

Communication between Lift Superintendent and Crane Operator shall be maintained by:

Hand Signals x Two Way Radios (by ) x


Second Banksman Two Way Radios (by client)

4.15 Personal protective equipment

The following shall be worn by all operatives:

Hard Hats  Protective Footwear 


Gloves  Eye Protection 
High visibility clothing  Flame retardant clothing 
Ear Protection (Marked Noise Zones)  Overalls (long-sleeved 100% cotton) 

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4.16 Pre-lift preparations

 The working area must be cleared to allow the crane assembly and lifting operations to take
place in a safe manner without endangering miscellaneous personnel, not directly involved in
the lifting operations. All enabling works (by client / others) to be completed prior to crane
arrival.

 All personnel not directly concerned with the lift must keep out of the crane assembly and
rigging areas. Where it is necessary the working area shall be cordoned off or otherwise
secured against personnel entry.

 The Appointed Person/ Lift Superintendent shall make himself known to all personnel (, client,
other sub-contractors on site), and conduct a ‘Toolbox Talk’ prior to commencing operations.

 Under no circumstances shall the crane be moved or operated for lifting purposes without prior
approval of the client and under instruction of the Appointed Person/Lift Superintendent.

 All cranes to be left unattended for a period shall be left in safe condition (jib retracted or laid
down if possible) with no load on the crane hook. Under no circumstances shall a crane be left
unattended with a suspended load. Cranes shall be shut down and isolated per manufacturer’s
instructions, secured and locked.

4.17 Step-by-step lifting procedure

 All mats shall be laid level on the top of the level beds.

 Crane travel off the support mats shall be carried out with plywood under the tracks to prevent any
damage to the concrete surface.

 The CC2800 support mats shall be placed in such a position that it shall allow a pick up at 10m run
for lifting the T-9601 into place.

 The 250te tailing crane mats shall be placed in such a position that it shall allow a pick up at 7m
runs for tailing the T-9601.

 The 250te shall be assembled first and assisted by the use of a 90te service crane.

 Upon completion of the erection of the 250te crane it shall be used to assemble the CC 2800 Demag
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 The assembly of the CC2800 Demag Crane is detailed within the Rigging Method Statement.

 Upon completion of the assembly and inspection of the CC2800 Demag SSL a test lift shall be
carried out using a load of 160te inspected by PE. Certification shall be issued upon successful
completion and the crane shall be ready to carry out the lifting operations.

 The main crane and tailing crane shall be positioned as shown on drawing No. 25711-P079-D-L10

 The lifting area shall be cordoned off by means of a barricade.

 The Lifting Superintendent shall conduct a pre-lift meeting to brief all personnel involved with the
lifting operation. The briefing shall cover duties, responsibility, and content of the lift plan and safety
precautions to be taken. This briefing shall be recorded.

 All communication means shall be confirmed prior to commencement of the lifting operation.

 The T 9601 shall be checked to ensure that there are no obstructions which prevent a clean lift from
the transport.

 Tag lines shall be attached to the base of the T-9601.

 The lifting rigging shall be placed on the hook of the CC2800 main lifting crane.

 CC2800 main lifting crane shall slew centrally over the lifting trunions of the T-9601 at a radius of
18m,shall be lifted clear of the transport saddle and the rigging shall be connected as shown in the
tackle sketch No. 25711-P079-D-L10.

 The tailing rigging shall be placed on the hook of the 250ton Crane.

 The 250te tailing crane shall slew centrally over the tailing eyes at a radius of 7m ,shall be lifted
clear of the transport saddle and slew the rigging shall be connected as shown on the tackle sketch
No. 25711-P079-D-R05.

 When all connections have been made and checked by the Lifting Superintendent the T-9601 shall
be lifted clear of the transport saddles. At this point the readings from both cranes load moment
indicators shall be taken and recorded for correctness of weight.

 When the T-9601 is clear of the saddles the transport trailer can then driven clear.

 Under the control of the Lifting Superintendent the T-9601 shall slowly hoisted up by the main crane
and Tailing crane shall be lowered and held approximately 150mm above grade.

 For the lifting procedure, the main crane will hoist at a speed of approximately 200 meters per hour
and the tailing crane will be crawling towards the main crane at a speed of approximately 1 km/h.
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The hoisting speed of the main crane and the crawling speed of the tailing crane will be adjusted as
necessary to maintain a smooth operation.

 When vertical the rigging of the tailing crane shall be removed.

 The main crane shall slew anti clockwise towards the foundations keeping the T-9601 at a height of
not more than 150mm from grade.

 When approaching the foundation the load shall be raised to the required height to allow the
alignment between the T-9601 and foundation.

 When aligned the Lifting Superintendent shall instruct the crane operator to hoist down until such
times as the load is positioned on the foundation.

 When the T-9601 is secured by others to its foundation the rigging shall be removed and the crane
slewed away clockwise.

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5 Safety Policies

5.1 General Safety Policy

It is the declared Policy of to take reasonable and practical steps to ensure the Quality, Safety and
Environment of our employees and any other persons who may be affected by our work activities.
The Board of Directors and management recognize that Occupational Quality, Safety and
Environmental matters are of paramount importance and an integral part of business performance,
which shall receive foremost priority over all other aspects of business.

Management, at all levels, are committed to achieving a high level of Quality, Safety and
Environmental performance by means of compliance with all Legal Acts, Regulations, Codes of
Practice, Enforcing Authorities Guidance Notes, Industry Best Practice Standards, Corporate,
Client, Regional, Local and Provincial QSE requirements and of continual cost-effective
improvement of risk awareness from our undertakings and of the importation of risk from others.

Implementation of this policy will be through information to, and instruction, training and supervision
of line management who have a duty to consult and encourage the active participation of every
employee in the promotion, achievement and maintenance of Statutory and Corporate Policy,
Procedure and Standards.

The Company will arrange for sufficient funds to be made available to meet all reasonably practical
costs in respect of continually reviewing, implementing and maintaining safe systems of work,
practices and procedures to ensure the Quality, Safety, Environment, requirements of all
employees.

Compliance and effectiveness of the organization for managing Quality, Safety and Environmental
matters shall be monitored through regular inspection and audit in accordance with laid down policy
and procedure.

The policy will be kept up to date, reflecting any changes in the nature and size of the business and
reflect any changes in legislation with revisions being made as necessary. Any revision of this
Policy Statement or Company Procedure shall be brought to the notice of all employees.
Employees will lead by example, adopting a “take no risk behavioural culture”, complying with all
requirements and shall be held accountable for their QSE performance and behaviours. They shall
and non-compliance.

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5.2 Environmental Policy

are committed to improving the environmental consequence of their lifting and related activities in
a manner, which will not be harmful to the environment and in accordance with their legal
obligations.

The Environmental Policy Statement (“the Policy”), which shall be subject to continual reviews,
outlines the present policy and procedures for implementing the overall objectives of: -

Integrating and giving consideration to the environmental issues involved in all activities.

Ensuring that any pollution from any activity whatsoever is identified as part of an Integrated
Pollution Control (IPC) system and either eliminated or reduced in accordance with the principal of
use “best available techniques not entailing excessive cost” (BATNEC).

Ensuring that any works activity involved in the area of tree and tree roots is carried out within a
code of conduct as laid down by the Arboriculture Association and National Joint Utilities Group.

Ensuring that all statements or directives from the Department of the Environment or other
enforcing or regulatory bodies are received and monitored and where necessary implemented.

Conducting operations so as to comply willingly with all relevant hours, regulations and standards
for the time being in force and co-operate with and assist the enforcing and regulatory authorities.

5.3 Objectives

This Safety, Health and Environment Plan (safety plan) represent the practical implementation of
the Safety Policy for the Singapore Hydrocarbon Fluids Expansion Project at ExxonMobil site in
Jurong Island, Singapore.

The plan describes how policy is directed, indicates the means to be employed, the way in which
our objectives are to be achieved and defines powers and responsibilities.

The safety plan follows a logical progression from Company policy and procedure to the particular
works to be carried out, taking into consideration, hazards which may be encountered, risks
perceived from such hazards and actions taken through assessment to identify and address all
hazardous situations.

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The safety plan shall be considered to be a “Live Document” which shall require amendments from
time to time as works proceeds, particularly when there is a need for change and the requirement
of new procedures is identified. This plan will be implemented through: - Line Management,
Information, Instruction, Training and Supervision.

The safety philosophy to be followed is that of communication of attitudes and the correct working
environment, rather than a plethora of written procedures achieve good safety practice. This is not
to say that proper plans, method statements, risk assessments and procedures are not required,
but to recognize that they are informative, workable and communicative. Attention will therefore be
given to talking about safety rather than simply writing about it and trying to avoid rewriting the
existing statutory requirements and codes of practice.

It is objective to complete this Singapore Hydrocarbon Fluids Expansion Project with zero
fatalities, zero lost time injuries, zero medical treatment injury cases, and zero environmental
incidents and zero property / equipment damage. Singapore law, and ExxonMobil Procedures and
Corporate Safety Manual are identified as primary documents governing safety on this project; this
plan is supplementary to those requirements.

5.4 T he Corporate Safety Manual

A controlled copy of the current Corporate Safety Manual, which provides guidance on the practice
and procedures to be adopted, can be found at the project site office.

5.5 The Safety Guide

All personnel involved with the Singapore Hydrocarbon Fluids Expansion Project will have
available their personal copy of the Safety Guide 2005. This guide gives guidance on all of the
current standards and procedures, including the “Full Compliance Safety Culture”.

5.6 Restrictions

shall fully comply with all restrictions placed upon them by /ExxonMobil in so much that it does not
affect the safety of our works operation. If a conflict between and /ExxonMobil arises, then the
area of concern will be openly discussed and a suitable solution found.

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6 Attachments

No. Description Document number


1 Full compliance checklist (Lifting)
2 Lift calculation form
3 Lifting study for T-9601 0010025711-P079-D-L10
4 Rigging study for T-9601 0010025711-P079-D-R05
5 Rigging calculation for T-9601
6 Job Specific Safety Analysis

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