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Mahindra Susten Private Limited

AFL House, Lok Bharti Complex,


Marol Maroshi Road, Andheri (East)
Mumbai – 400059, India

Standard Operating Procedure


Module Installation

Project Name: -

Client: -

Document No: - IMS-QH-SOP-004-001

Revision No: - 1

Revision date: - 17th Feb 2016

Issued as: - Controlled Copy / Uncontrolled copy

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1 17.02.16 Top Sheet Updation

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Contents

1. Purpose ........................................................................................................................................... 2
2. Scope ............................................................................................................................................... 2
3. Definitions, Acronyms & Abbreviations .......................................................................................... 2
4. Health & Safety warnings................................................................. Error! Bookmark not defined.
5. Responsibility .................................................................................................................................. 2
6. Equipment & Tools and tackles....................................................................................................... 3
7. Methodology................................................................................................................................... 4
8. Data & Records Management ......................................................................................................... 4
9. Quality control & Quality Assurance ............................................................................................... 5
10. Reference ....................................................................................................................................... 5

1. Purpose
To develop a procedure for erection of modules on module mounting structure at site.

2. Scope
This procedure is applicable to all the projects of Mahindra Susten Pvt. Ltd. involving sigma channels
as vertical post.

3. Definitions, Acronyms & Abbreviations


 End clip:-Used for retaining one module and these are used at the ends.
 Mid clip:-Used between two adjacent modules and retain both the connected modules.
 Allen Bolts: - Bolts with hexagonal shaped heads and are used for maintaining mid clip and
end clip in position.

4. Health & Safety warnings


 No work shall be performed without the usage of proper PPEs on the site.
 Forklift/Cranes to have valid certificates for(a)Eqpt fitness (b)PUC (C) operation &
(d) load test certificates- this to be verified by HSE Sup.
 Forklift/Crane driver to have valid driver licence-this to be verified by HSE Sup
 HSE Sup to check that the Driver is in proper Health condition and
Fit for operating the Equipment.
 Before starting operation of Eqpt, the HSE Sup shall give a Tool Box Talk to the
Operator/Driver on HSE aspects.
 Before lifting loads, driver to ensure that forklift is on reasonably level ground.

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 Care shall be taken to ensure that there is no thoroughfare around the turning radius of the
hydraulic crane .
 Slings with load test certificates to be verified by Site HSE supervisor for lifting loads before
slings are put in use.
 Slings of appropriate load carrying capacity as per design shall be used for lifting and
erection of modules
 It shall be ensured that the safety latch in the crane hook is in position before proceeding for
any lifting activity.
 Crane operators present at the site shall possess separate license for driving and operating
heavy vehicles.
 Cranes/any mobile equipments used at site to have a. Valid PUC, b. Licence, c. Load Test
Certificate, d. Any other certificate required. All the above records to be maintained at Site.
 Records of Certificates shall be maintained at Site as evidence.

5. Responsibility
 It is the primary responsibility of the Lead civil to erect and install
Modules on the MMS as per the procedure ensuring quality,
health and safety as per the norms of the company with the site
engineers team.
 It is primary responsibility of Lead Civil to verify that
requisite PPEs are being used & area barricaded
before allowing work & site HSE supervisor will
monitor that correct PPEs are being used & area
barricaded. Record of these shall be maintained in FQP
checklist.
 After the completion of each stage (Survey, Peg Marking), Lead Civil shall arrange to get FQP
filled up after verification. Site QC civil shall use this FQP record for verification of
correctness of job on random sampling basis using FQP checklist records as mentioned
above and identify the pieces/item actually inspected.
 After erection, it is the responsibility of the Lead civil to get the job certified by the Client
personnel.

6. Equipment & Tools and tackles

Forklift: -
Used for unloading of module palettes from container to
store yard and transportation of stored palettes from store to
site.

Torque wrench: -
It is used for connection and tightening of bolts between
various elements of module mounting structure
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Inclinometer: -
It is used for measuring angle of tilt during fixing of
principal rafter.

Safety gloves: -
It is used for protecting hands from any injuries that may
result during erection and installation related processes of
MMS.

Safety goggles: -
It is used for protecting eyes from any injuries that may
result during erection and installation related processes of
MMS.

Safety shoes: -
It is used for protecting legs from any injuries that may
result during erection and installation related processes of
MMS.

7. Methodology

 Module palettes shall be shifted very carefully through forklift


from store yard to desired position at site.
 The module should face south direction, alignment of purlins
shall be checked with thread before mounting the module.
 If purlins are not properly aligned then we have to
loosen the connections and again have to check the
alignment of purlins.
 Now first module is placed on bottom purlin and
adjusted so that to meet the drawing specifications.
 Now after setting this one module, all the bottom sub- array
modules were set in line with the first module.

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 Now top sub-array modules were set at some offset (specified in drawing) from bottom sub
array.
 After every module in a table is set, visual checks shall be done to ensure whether modules
are aligned properly in vertical and horizontal directions.
 Degree of inclination of module should be checked with inclinometer.
 Finally bolts shall be tightened using torque wrench and gun machine.

8. Hazard, Risk & Mitigation Measure (JSA)


S.No Activity Hazard Risk Mitigation Measure
Unloading & • Module pallet might slip while transferring and • Modules should be carried carefully.
1
shifting harm. • No workers are allowed to stay near container,
Placing & • Labour might slip from top while fixing modules. fork lift while unloading modules from
2
aligning • Drill driver may be harmful if not used properly. container.
Module, T&P
Connections & • Module might slip while placing it on purlin and • Gloves and required PPE's are maintained.
3 hurt. • Unloading and shifting of modules shall not be
tightening
Visual check of • Structure might get hot due to temperature and done without supervision.
4 might give burns for people working over it. • Barrication should be ensured
alignment
• Drinking water facility should be available at
• Nausea, seizures, Confusion, disorientation, and work place.
Heat Stroke
sometimes loss of consciousness or coma • Wear light weight, light-colored, loose-fitting
Entire activity clothing. Cover head & face with cloth.
5 of Module • Before starting of work person should ensure
Installation that the work place is clean & clear with no
Snake Bite • Permanent Disability, Death bushy plants nearby
• Ensure the work place is sufficiently
illuminated. Avoid working at night.

9. Environmental Impact & Mitigation Measure


S.No. Activity Env. Aspect Mitigation Measure
• Use a few packing boxes on temporary basis as
collecting bins for plastic sheets.
1 • Segregate the packing material on a weekly basis
Module Installation Disposal of Packing Material
& Store the packing material at scrap Yard.
• Dispose the waste from scrap yard to a
authorised disposal agency

10. Data & Records Management


 This standard operating procedure will be ensured at site level through a field quality plan
(13131-QH-FQP-004-001)

11. Quality control & Quality Assurance


 Quality control and assurance shall be ensured by adhering to the following quality related
plan: -
 Quality assurance plan for Modules (13131-QH-QAP-004-001)

12. Reference
 Standard Operating Procedure

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 Module Mounting Structure (13131-QH-SOP-003-001)


 Master construction programme
 Relevant engineering documents
 HSE Manual

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