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Method Statement – Electrical


Installation Works

Bus Shelter Lighting Works

Ref: N115/CCPL/MSRA/001A/A

APPROVALS

Date: Initials:

Written by: T.Rajarathanam 26-Aug-19


Senior Engineer

Reviewed by: Surendra Singh 26-Aug-19


Asst. Project Manager

Approved by: 26-Aug-19


Project Manager

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

ES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

CC CIVIL CONTRACTOR

CCPL CONCORD CORPORATION PTE LTD

DB DISTRIBUTION BOARD

LV LOW VOLTAGE

MCB MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKER

SKEC SK ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION PTE LTD

SPPA SP POWER ASSETS

LEW LICENCED ELECTRICAL WORKER

PTW PERMIT TO WORK

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Table of Contents
NO DESCRIPTION PAGE

1 INTRODUCTION 4

2 REFERENCES 4

3 SCOPE OF WORK 4

4 MATERIALS & EQUIPMENT USED 5-7

5 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES 7-16

6 SAFE WORK PROCEDURE FOR WORKING AT HEIGHT 16-19

7 KEY STAFFS 19-20

8 ITP Attached

9 RA Attached

10 EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER 20

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1 Introduction

Concord Corporation Pte Ltd has been awarded the contract for installation of OG Box
at bus shelter and link way that includes distribution system and intelligent Control box
and installing lighting protection for the bus shelter. OG box installation need to be
followed around 18 locations, and this OG box will supply lighting fittings at shelter.

The document describes the Method Statement for the LV Electrical Installation,
lighting installation, Lightning installation and underground pipe from OG box to Bu
shelter, supporting systems installations,

2 REFERENCES

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

 Typical Single Line Diagram for OG Box to be installed Bus shelter

 Typical Single Line Diagram for OG Box to be installed at Linkway

 Site Plan showing details for Bus Shelter and Linkway.

 Singapore Code of Practice SS CP5.

3. SCOPE OF WORK

In general, CCPL scope of works will be the following:

 Install Cable Underground pipe

 OG Box Installation

 Install Lighting

 Cable Laying

 Termination

 Loop Testing

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 Install Supporting System

 Install Cable Ladder and Conduit

 Lighting system

 Lighting System

4.0 MATERIAL AND EQUIPMENT USED

4.1 EQUIPMENT DELIVERY

 Work areas at site shall be accessible and minimum clearance space is allowed
for at least two trucks clearance. Work areas and road surface shall be cleared
of all obstructions such as debris, stones & rocks and ready for vehicle
movement.

 The materials delivered and installed shall comply in accordance with the
relevant specifications as detailed in the approved material sample
submission.
 All the equipment / materials received on site shall be properly unloaded,
mobilised and stored in the designated area/staging area as per the safety
requirements.
 All the materials shall be taken to site only during the time of installation.

4.2 MANUAL HANDLING

1. From the unloading area outside bus shelter, all equipment / materials are
manually delivered to the respective team of general workers through
designated delivery routes agreed with SKE & Construction.

The practices for safe lifting are:

a. Use mechanical lifting aids.

b. Do not attempt to lift load alone if is beyond the ability to lift alone. Take extra
care when lifting awkwardly shaped objects.

c. Proper personal protective equipment such as gloves and safety boots must
always be used to prevent injury such as cuts bruises or crushed toes.

d. Clear vision over the load.

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e. If one does not have a clear vision over the load, don’t proceed. Get help
immediately.

f. When two or more people do lifting, a leader should be appointed to ensure


that the lifting operation is co-coordinated.

g. The workers should follow these lifting procedures:

 Keep the back straight.


 Tuck the chin in.
 Position the feet correctly - generally one foot behind and the other alongside
the object pointing in the direction of movement after lifting.
 Bend the knees.
 Get firm grips using the whole hand and not the fingertips.
 Now start pushing up with the legs thereby using the strongest set of muscles
and using arm muscle to carry the load.
 Keep the load close to the body and slowly carry down from the entrance stairs
to concourse landing.

The materials used for the installation works shall be in compliance to those approved
in material schedule. The following are the materials used for the electrical installation:

 Cable tray, ladder and accessories.

 Conduit and Accessories.

 Light Fittings and accessories.

 Cables, glands, lugs, cable markers and cable ties.

 Warning sign, label plates and other accessories if necessary.

 Scaffold components

 Scissor Lift

 Ladders

The following are the equipment’s / tools that will be used for the installation work.

 Drilling machine c/w masonry bit (LEW inspected / endorsed).

 Scaffolding / staging as per relevant safety gear.

 Common hand tools.

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 Personal Protective Equipment (such as helmets, task light, ventilation fan,


vests, goggles, Safety harness)

 Portable cutting tool (LEW inspected / endorsed).

 Hand drill, Torch light, First aid box, Loudhailer, etc.,

5. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES

5.1 SITE SURVEY AND PREPARATION

Before the actual commencement of installation of the installation works, the


following survey and preparation works are carried out:

 Proper access road and spaces is required for our installation works.

 For the installation works listed below, confirm and approved construction
drawings are the prerequisite for our installation works.

 For the installation of panels and DBs, certain architecture & structural
completion is required. For example, structural inspection clearance,
architecture defect clearance, completion of painting works & etc. this is to
reduce the possibility of the damage to panels.

 For the installation of luminaries at high level, completion of roof is required and
the structural inspection clearance is required to ensure the structural is safe to
complete with the installation.

 For the installation of conduit & trunking works, the requirement is the opening
reserved for the penetration. For the concealed items, brick wall is required to
be completed and confirm safe to proceed with cutting and hacking the glove
line.

 Trenches (If have) & area required by cable routing should be clear from any
debris, watering, construction waste and any obstruction. For the cable installed
underground, others services which will be installed around that particular area
need to be completed in order to avoid the damage to the cable. For the cable
installed within the cable supporting system, protection on this cable will be
required by whoever is working around the corner, for example, protect the
cable will plywood or canvas will doing welding or cutting job on top of it.

 For the sealing up of wall & floor penetration for cable support, complete
installation of tray / ladder is required.

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5.2. INSTALLATION OF OG BOX


 To make sure that the entire installation is in conformance and in
accordance with the design intent of the project for the Electrical and Low
Voltage System in addition to the specification and as per approved shop
drawings and comply.
 Before beginning installation in any area, examine all parts of the adjoining
works into which applicable work is to be placed. Should any condition be
found which will prevent the proper execution of the work, installation shall
not proceed in that area until such conditions are corrected by the contractor.
 Mount single DB floor level with concreter foundation, unless shown
otherwise on drawing / schedules.
 Ensures that clearance in front of switchgear is not less than 600mm, or as
indicated.
 Deploy sufficient workers for delivery and installation of the panels / DB
 Ensure the workers must be use proper tools.
 Firstly mark up the location of the anchoring points and check the level with
water split ruler.

 Drill the anchoring location by using electrical hammer drill and install with
suitable size of anchor bolts. If the panel installed at area which is self-
standing, custom make supporting frame will be required.

 Install the Panels / DB on the anchoring points and fasten with suitable size of
bolt & nuts.

 After installation of Panels / DB at actual locations and ensure proper


alignments.

5.3. INSTALLATION OF LIGHT FITTINGS

 Light fitting will be installed using platform ladders or mobile scaffold or scissor
lift

 Ensure that the wall / ceiling are plastered and painted according to the builder’s
requirement.

 Prior to anchor installation; mark up the anchorage points of the equipment.

 With the luminaire in its open state and the lamp and diffuser removed; install
the housing of fixture.

 After checking the alignment of the fixture, tighten all the nuts to secure the
housing, terminate the cable and return the lamp and diffuser.

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 Continue with the installation for the next fixtures to ensure the distance
between the light fittings is in standard distance and level.

 After the completed installation of light fittings, terminate the cable to the DB
and check the lux density of lighting by using lux meter.

5.4. INSTALLATION OF CONDUITS

 To carry out installation work in accordance with approved shop drawings,


CSD drawings and specifications.
 Drill saddle fixing hole along the reference line and space it according to the
approved shop drawings.
 Ensure that the cable support is in correct location & elevation.
 Secure the conduit on the conduit bender vice clamp to bend or cut to the
required length.
 Thread the ends of the conduit using threading tools.
 Use a file to remove burrs from the cut edges.
 Insert the nylon plug into the drill hole and secure the bar saddle.
 Place the conduit over the bar saddle and secure it.
 Install and tighten all securing screws.
 Branch out the conduit from trunking / tray or terminate to the SBs or DBs
according to the typical installation drawings. Run the conduit in line with the
building structure diagonal runs will not be accepted. Run the conduit up to the
wall and terminate at the wall light, isolator, switches or outlets.
 Request for authority to inspect installed items.

5.5. INSTALLATION OF CABLE SUPPORTING SYSTEMS,


 Ensure that the ceiling or soft-fit are plastered and painted according to builder‘s
requirement.
 To make sure that the entire installation is in conformance and in accordance
with the design intent of the project for the Electrical and Low Voltage System
in addition to the specification and as per approved shop drawings and
comply with Local and International Standards.
 Adhere to the drawings as closely as possible.
 Before beginning installation in any area, examine all parts of the adjoining
work onto which applicable work is to be placed. Should any condition be
found which will prevent the proper execution of the work, installation shall not
proceed in that area until such conditions are corrected by the contractor.

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 Trunking shall be stored on site under cover in dry, well ventilated storage
facilities.
 Where sizes of Trunking are not detailed on drawing then tray shall be
adequately sized to support the cables without bunching and some reserve
margin shall be allowed in size and weight be loaded.
 All routes are chosen to allow ease of access to all cables when installed. All
horizontal cables are to be set around all vertical rising services as necessary.
Ensure sufficient clearance from soffit for every installation.
 Support shall be by means of steel brackets installed at intervals necessary to
provide a rigid fixing and to ensure that deflection does not exceed 5mm mid
span of support when fully loaded. Treatment of cut edges as per cut edges to
be included. Supports for Tray / Trunking (spacing) shall be as per standard
practice and manufacturer's recommendations.
 Additional support shall be provided where the Trunking changes direction or
cables drop out of the cable tray. Dome headed bolts, nuts and washers of
finish suitable to the tray shall be used between trays.
 Suspension sets comprise threaded hanger rods together with nuts and
locking washers, supports channel hold down clips all of which shall have a
galvanized finish. Any cut ends supports, rods, etc, must be corrosion
protected by use of galvanized or equal. No extended rods to be left.
 The cable tray shall be installed with a 40mm minimum space between the
structure and the tray.
 Ensure that the copper links are used at all joints.
 All cable shall be securely fixed to the tray, work and the complete installation
must be carried out in a neat and workmanlike manner without crossovers.
 Cables on face-up horizontally fixed tray must be secured by use of the tie
wraps where not in view. If cables are bunched or single cables greater than
25sq mm are installed, cleats or metal straps shall be used.
 Request authority to inspect the installation of cable support.

5.6. INSTALLATION / LAYING OF CABLES


 Carry out installation work in accordance with relevant approved shop
drawings and specifications. Attention shall be paid to Technical specifications
and site safety requirements at all times.
 Ensure that area is free to any obstruction prior to execution of works
 Set up pre – fabricated steel cable stand on a solid and level ground
 Lift the cable drum by using hydraulic jack fitted below the cable drum stand
 Provide suitable distance between ground level and cable drum, to enable
cable drum rolled without obstruction

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 Check cable direction & pull cable from directions that required the least
tension
 Proceed cable pulling manually and with care until it reached the final
destination/termination points.
 Ensure adequate length is provided at the both ends of termination points
before cutting the cable.
 Ensure that cable tray / trunking / conduits are correct for installation of
electrical cables.
 Ensure that the cable rollers were in place and fixed properly.
 Cable pulling persons shall not stand on cable trays/trunking during cable
pulling
 Cables shall be aligned, arranged and dressed properly and fixed with
suitable approved cable ties.
If cable cannot be terminate immediately after installation, ensure cable kept
and secure properly and must inform OCC the new cable will not affect the
vehicle services.
 Until permanent cable tag is fixed, temporary marking of cable number shall
be provided at both ends with permanent marker/pen similarly.
 Repeat the same procedures as mention until all cable pulling/installation are
completed.
 Request for inspection and get ready for hand over

5.7. CABLE GLANDING AND TERMINATION

 Cables shall be terminated in accordance with industry standards.

 Training of cable end as straight as possible and fix cable to holding fittings.

 Cut cable leaving its part slightly extending from fitting terminal for being used
as cable core to be straightened.

 Stripping off the cable armouring and serving.

 Strip off cable sheath, cotton tape and filler.

 After straightening each core at a fixed distance and deciding the position of
terminal, cut off extra core, strip off insulation slightly longer than the length of
hole of terminal lugs with wire stripper.

 Insert terminal lug into conductive core and contact bond it with proper crimping.

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 Tape treating of the part cut off in sheath and armouring wit self-bonding tape
and stretching the tape around 1-2 times as long as the original one.

 When all treating have been finished, fit up the wire identification marker in
accordance to the label system as agreed with the main engineering-in-charge.

 All necessary internal and external fittings and insulating materials shall be
Included in the termination process, which is designed such that the erection
and dismantling of glands can be achieved without the use of special tools.

 Earthing and labelling of cables shall be to the required standards as specified.

 All joints used shall be appropriate to the size and type of cables with which
they are used for.

 All necessary measures to ensure safety in termination shall be deployed

 Use correct size and type of cable glands for individual cables.

 Enforce care on cable during peeling of insulation.

 Use correct size and type of lug when terminating into terminal block / MCB.

 Tidy cable inside the panel / equipment.

5.8. LABELLING

 Ensure use approved materials for label all the cables going in and out of DBs,
attaching cable markers with the designated abbreviation indicated in the
drawings near to the termination point at both ends.

 After completion of installation the cables follow drawing and ensure cable
labelling of end is similar.

 Internal QA/QC to ensure proper labelling for the cables.

5.9. LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM


 Carry out installation work in accordance with approved shop drawings and
specifications.
 Ensure that area is free to any obstruction prior to execution of works.
 Ensure that the lightning protection system materials are correct approved
materials.
 Ensure that the lightning support is in correct location & elevation.
 Saddle fixing hole along the reference line and space it according to the
approved shop drawings.

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 Place the copper conductor over the saddle and secure it.
 Install and tighten all securing screws.
 All roof conductors shall be secured with saddles at intervals not exceeding
900mm.
 Conductor crossing point shall be secured by using square clamp.
 Ensure that the support assembly is securely fixed in place.
 Insert the tapping screw into the drill hole and secure the saddle into the wall
by using wall plug.
 Place the copper conductor over the saddle and secure into the wall (vertical
saddle interval 500mm for each saddle).

Conductor tape saddles shall be fixed to the walls by Round-head 37.5mm x No. 8
brass wood screws and raw plugs, the saddles being spaced at not less than 1.00m
intervals. As an alternative the Contractor may cast pockets into the structural wall
and secure studs via vast resin adhesive once the form-work is removed.
Bi-metal connections shall be provided between aluminium and copper interfaces
and elsewhere as necessary to avoid electrolytic action.
Air terminations shall be formed and be of the type shown on the drawings.

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Provide a network of conductor tape around the roof area of the building. This shall
be used to connect all down conductors, window cleaning track, cladding, spire,
structural reinforcing and all other exposed conductive metal parts to a common
potential.

Lightning Protection down Conductors

1. Provide down conductor tapes in locations as indicated on the approved shop


drawings.
2. Down conductors shall be either: Installed surface on the structure concealed
behind the cladding OR Reinforcing bars within the concrete structure.
3. Down conductor tapes shall terminate on to dedicated reinforcing bars which shall
be utilized as the final connection to earth via the pile foundations. The Contractor
shall include for supervising and testing the installation of the reinforcing bars
including all joints prior to the concrete being poured.
4. Down conductors to be connected at roof level to a common loop tape.

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5. Provide horizontally mounted conductor tapes at levels indicated on the drawings.


These shall provide a common connection for all down conductors, structure,
cladding, steelwork and exposed metalwork.

 The system shall be tested for resistance to earth and electrical continuity of
earthing system.
 Request for inspection and get ready for hand over.

5.10. WALL OPENING

 Ensure PTW has been approved and obtained prior to commencement of works
inside the essential rooms
 Conduct a Site Survey to determine the existing condition. Where feasible, the
opening point will be made based on the existing services routing (i.e. the
reference point).
 Set out the location, size and quantity of the opening required accordingly.
 Before commencement of work, use canvas to cover the work area and
equipment nearby the proposed wall opening in order to prevent dust and debris
from entering during execution of work.

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 Power tool such as hammer drill / chisel will be used to hack the wall opening.
Before hacking or drilling, use a concealed services detector to confirm that
there is no trunking/conduit obstruction and blockage within the walls/concrete.
 While the wall opening has been created, the respective services or cables will
be installed through the new opening.
 Upon completion of all installation works, seal all affected openings with
approved fire-stop compound.
 Clean-up the work area and clear of all debris upon completion of working order
to satisfy the handing over to the authorized person.

6. SAFE WORK PROCEDURE FOR WORKING AT HEIGHT

General

1. Work involves 2 meters or more shall have a valid PTW. A risk


assessment is required for work activity involves working at height.
Work Involves Using Ladder

 All platform ladders and A Frame ladders when in use especially near platform
edges must be held by other person or properly secured.

 When working with ‘live’ electrical installation, use good condition non-
conductive ladder.

 Ladder mounted against the wall shall have an inclination of 1 to 4 and land at
least 1 meter above the highest level of the structure.

 When working at height of 2 meters or more safety harness shall be used and
hook with safe secured point.

 Person shall face the ladder when ascending up or descending down.

 Both of the hands must have proper grip to the ladder vertical poles when
ascending and descending.

 Do not step on the top three rungs of the ladder.

 Person must have three point contacts when accessing and descending the
ladder.

 Defective ladder such as missing or damaged rungs, no rubber padding at its


footing, cracked, etc shall NOT be used.

 Self-made ladder shall not be allowed to be used at site.

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1. Ladder shall be placed on flat and solid ground and NOT on slope terrain.

2. Ladder shall not be placed on boxes, scaffold, etc meant for extension of
height.

3. Portable aluminium ladders are advised to be used for low level work with
short duration.

4. Platform ladder with buddy system are allow to perform the installation
works.

5. Step ladders shall not be used when leaned up against vertical walls.

6. Ensure that a “buddy” system is in place when using the platform ladder
or A Frame ladder.

Work Involves Using Aerial Work Platforms

1. All aerial work platforms must be in good working conditions and have a
valid examination certification issued by Authorised Examiner prior to
using on site.

2. Only operators who completed training course on safe operation are


allowed to operate the aerial work platform.

3. Operators shall always operate the aerial work platform safety without
risks themselves and others.

4. Operator shall not abuse, ignore or override any safety devices of the
aerial work platform.

5. When operating the aerial work platform, persons who are standing on the
work platform must wear safety harness and secure to an anchorage point
within the platform and in additional with safety helmet and chin strap at
all times.

6. Ladders, hop ups or boxes must never be used on the platform to gain
extra height or reach.

7. Operator must stand firmly on the floor of the basket, and must not sit or
climb on the edge of the basket, or stand on mid-rails or top-rails or use
other devices for a work position.

8. Care must be taken not to exceed the Safe Working Load (SWL) when
working with tools and equipment from the aerial work platforms.

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9. All hand tools must be secured used lanyard to prevent dropping while
working from the platform.

10. Working area of the aerial work platform must be barricaded.

11. When travelling the aerial work platform, the following measures must be
observed.

a. No ramps, trenches, holes or other ground obstructions lie in the path of


travel

b. The equipment is clear of overhead electrical cables, building projections


or other overhead hazards

c. When necessary deploy a banksman assist movement of the aerial work


platform

12. Prior to and during operation, the brakes must be set.

13. Ensure that the equipment is set on level and stable surface.

14. Aerial work platform must not be moved when the boom is in a working
position with personnel in the basket.

15. Avoid working near or passing by the live / energised lines.

16. Upon completion of using the aerial working platform, the aforesaid aerial
working platform shall be parked at the location which:

a. Will not cause obstruction to the emergency escape routes or movement


of the vehicles or human

b. Is on firm and level ground

c. Must be inoperative to prevent from unauthorised person to operate

Fall Protection

1. On all cases, all open edges of the platform shall be effectively


barricaded.

2. Openings on the floor shall be effectively covered with firm flooring,


otherwise with effective barricade to prevent from failing into it.

3. Where it is impractical to erect effective barricading to prevent person


falling from height, person working at the area must be issued with

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suitable Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to prevent them from failing


from height.

4. The following are the appropriate PPE and safe work practices
recommended for all persons working at height in the prevention of falling.

a. Provision of proper foothold and handhold

b. Use of safety harness to restrict from reaching the opening edges or out
of the enclosure of the aerial working platform

c. When working at height above 2 metres, safety harness must be


anchored to secured points

Toe-board of at least 90mm in height shall be provided along the opening edges
or working platform of the scaffolds to prevent loose material from falling below.

7. KEY STAFFS

The following are key staffs for the installation works:-

 SK Engineering Site Engineers and Supervisors


 Site Manager
 Manage day-to-day running of the project.
 Establish site work procedures & system.
 Attend site/co-ordination meeting with others.
 Submit reports.
 Ensure project is running on schedule.
 Ensure QC is carried out
 Ensure safety is observed on site.
 Site Supervisors
 Supervise & organise workers for the installation work on site.
 Identify non-conformity on site.
 Ensure installation work carried out in a proper manner.
 Ensure safety is observed by the workers on site.
 Safety Officer and Coordinator
 Responsible for all site safety issue.
 Conduct daily safety tool-box meeting.

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 Enforcement of the all safety rules and regulations at site.


 Attend all site safety meetings and prepare safety reports.
 Signaller and Rigger and Lifting Supervisors
 Confined space safety assessor and rescuer.
 General Workers.

10 . EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS

EMERGENCY SERVICES:
Ambulance 995
Non Emergency Services 777 0000
Police 999
Police Hotline 1800 2250000
Fire Bridge 995

SK E& C Contacts Numbers:

Designation Name Mobile Number


Project manager Mr Yun sang Pil 91345452
M&E Engineer Mr Choi 98258709
M&E Coordinator Mr Rowel 91275445
M&E Coordinator Mr Winson 90462799

Concord Contact Numbers


Designation Name Mobile Number
Project manager Mr Ken Lee 97267888
Assistant PM Mr Vimal 98278650
Safety officer Mr Homayun 91079483

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