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Future Technologies L.L.C, P.O. Box 450581, Dubai, U.A.E.

WF 008 – Method Statement & Risk Assessment


Sub Title: Installation & Inspection of MMF Vessels

Installation & Inspection of MMF Vessels

01 12/12/21018 2nd Issue


00 07/03/2018 First issue Samson Mohan Yezhuvath Gabor Csibrik
Rev Date Description Prepared Reviewed Approved

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WF 008 – Method Statement & Risk Assessment


Sub Title: Installation & Inspection of MMF Vessels

CONTENT

1. SCOPE

2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

3. LIST OF ACTIVITIES

4. PROCEDURE

5. HSE REQUIREMENTS

6. TASK BASED RISK ASSESSMENT

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Sub Title: Installation & Inspection of MMF Vessels

1. Scope

The purpose of this document is to establish a standard procedure for all the activities
encountered in the Installation/loading/Inspection of the MMF vessel prior to Commissioning.

2. Reference Documents
 Approved Confined Space Permit
 Emergency Rescue Plan
 Task Risk Assessment

3. List Of Activities
Following are the list of Activities included in the Inspection & Installation of the MMF
Vessel.

1. Provision of access & egress

2. Installation of scaffolding, platforms etc.,

3. Verification of HSE requirements (permit, PPE etc,)

4. Opening of manhole (all 3 as required)

5. Inspection of Back wash channel & Internal Rubber lining

6. Spark testing Of Rubber Lining

7. Installation of filter nozzle & tightening

Following are the list of Activities included in Loading of the MMF Vessel prior to POV.

1. Flushing & internal cleaning of the vessel

2. Loading of the media (pumice & sand)

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4. Procedure

4.1. Provision Of Access & Egress

 Confined space permit to work must be obtained prior to start the job and MSRA should be
communicated to the crew before entering into MMF.

 To begin with access in to the MMF vessel, proper scaffolding erected outside the Vessel to
reach the bottom opening and permanent ladder fixed with MMF will be used to reach top of
MMF Opening.
 There are total of 3 opening for MMF, one in the Top, one in the Bottom and one in the Side.

 Top Manhole shall be used for entering in to the MMF Vessel. Bottom Manhole shall be kept
open for proper ventilation.
 An Exhaust fan of 220V operating capacity shall be placed in way of the side Manhole throughout
the whole activity inside the Vessel.
 Added to that, it shall be ensured that necessary lighting arrangements of (24Watts) shall be kept
in place.

4.2. Installation of scaffolding & Ladder

Proper internal Ladder arrangements shall be made in order to access from the Top of MMF in to the
Vessel and it shall be inspected by the competent scaffolding inspector prior to enter in.

4.3. Opening Of Manhole

Once upon the above said steps been carried out, all the three man hole cover shall be opened by
suitable hand Tool (Torque Wrench).
Prior to enter in to the Vessel, Trained and certified Gas Tester shall ensure that there is no toxic gas
present inside the vessel and proper Oxygen level for breathing which shall be between (19.5 % to
23.5%). Once all the requirements for the Confined space has been met with, individuals shall be allowed
to enter in to Vessel after signing the Confined Space Entrant Register.

Proper ventilation shall be ensured inside the vessel all the times until the Man Hole Covers are
closed.

4.4. Inspection Of Back Wash Channel & Internal Rubber Lining

It is necessary that before commencing with any activity inside the vessel, a detailed visual inspection of
back wash channel & internal rubber lining shall be performed in order to verify that there is no any
mechanical damage or deformation / Loosening of the Fasteners observed on them.

Upon this visual inspection, next stage activity as mentioned in the section 3 of this document shall be
carried out. Following this, installation of Internal Piping shall be inspected for the proper orientation &
Alignment.

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4.5 Spark Testing Of Rubber Lining(If Required)


Test Instrument
 An Insulation Tester (Holiday Detector)
should be used as test instrument. Test
Voltage: 12kV/ 16KV.
 For testing inside the vessels, a battery powered test instrument should be used.
Procedure
 Adjust the Instrument to the test voltage of 12kV/16KV.
 Check the function of the instrument.
 Record the setting of the instrument for the test voltage.
 Set up the instrument on the vessel to be tested.
 Connect the instrument earth to a metal surface of the vessel.
 Fix a flat brush for testing plain surfaces.
 Set the test voltage of the instrument.
 Carry out the test.
 After finishing the plain surface test, change the flat against a bore brush for testing the holes in nozzle
plates.
Carry out the test
1. When testing is finished, the instrument should be switched off and the earth cable should be
disconnected.

4.6 Installation Of Filter Nozzle & Tightening

Following the inspection as stated above, Filter nozzle shall be installed in to the nozzle floor. Proper tightening of the
Nozzle Filters shall be done with necessary hand tools such as Torque Wrench. Access from bottom Man Hole will be
required to carry out this activity.

Torque Value of 7N/m shall be ensured to be achieved after Torqueing.

4.7 Flushing & Internal Cleaning Of The Vessel

Following to the Installation of the Filter Nozzle, Flushing & Internal Cleaning of the Vessel shall be done in order to
proceed with the POV Activities.

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4.8 Loading Of The Media (Pumice & Sand)

Once the vessel is properly cleaned and flushed out, media loading shall begin with in the following
sequence.

1. Lift the sand and pumice media lifting bag one by one by using the sand bag lifting hooks (all
four) position it to the convey channel and cut the bottom opening provided in the lifting bag and
release the sand .

2. Following the sand loading, pumice loading will be carried out to a range of 750 mm from the top
of the sand level.
3. Scaffolding shall use as access for two labor for cutting the bottom part of sand bag.

4. After completion of sand filling in to the MMF vessel two labors will enter into the MMF vessel
from the bottom manhole through the existing fixed caged ladder and level the sand and the
pumice inside the vessel by hand shovel as per the drawing .

4.9 Vessel filling with the Sea Water.

During filling of the vessel with the sea water, it will be ensured that the bottom and side manhole shall be
closed with all necessary isolation of the drain vent & electrical items. No one is permitted to enter in to
the Vessel during and after this stage.

4.10 POV ACTIVIITES

Upon the stage activities mentioned from 4.1 to 4.8 is completed, the vessel will be led by the POV team
for the remaining activities such as Media cleaning, Media level testing, Testing of the chemical
saturation.

During this all three Manholes (Top, Bottom and Side) shall be completely kept closed and tightened
properly.

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5. HSE Requirements

a. Safety

 The Contractor shall ensure that the job is executed safely in accordance with work permits
Procedure. In case of work at existing area, permits shall be obtained prior to starting any activity.
Contractor shall ensure that it has the necessary qualified personnel to obtain the required permit.
The work permit receiver shall be in full knowledge of the work execution mechanism of the
related activity, and hence obtain the proper permit.

b. Environment

 The Contractor shall pay due regard to the environment by preserving air, water, soil, animal, and
plant life, etc. The waste such as rubbish, trash and debris shall be removed from the Work area
daily, transported to and treated properly at the Contractor’s site. The restoration of construction
site shall be performed.

6. Attachment

 Confined Space Rescue Plan


 Risk Assessment.

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