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United Energy Pakistan

Lifting Plan

DATE: 14-10-2013

REFERENCE: _______________.

Location:

Sheikhano-1

Lifting Description:
Loading of Slug Catcher

Lifting Planned by:


Name: Signature: Certification: Musawir Abbas (JSL) ________________ NSL ___ ________.

Lifting Executed by:

NAME

POSITION
Safety Watch Supervisor

______________ ______________ _______________

Banksman Cr. Operator / Driver Riggers 02 No.

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EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST LIFTING APPLIANCES AND ACCESSORIES


MOBILE CRANE PRE-USE INSPECTION CHECK LIST Date: _______________ Make/Model: Crane Operator: Owner/Contractor: JSL
STATUS CODE:

Type/Capacity: Reg. No.:

- Satisfactory; X Unsatisfactory; R See Remarks; N/A Not Applicable CODE REMARKS

ITEM Valid Third party certification Opt./Driver's License & Certificate Riggers certificate Battery installation & Terminals Spark/Flame Arrester on Exhaust Brakes Positive swing lock Hydraulic Reservoir Hydraulic Hoses & Fittings Outriggers & Float Pads Level Indicator Tire Condition & Pressure Wheel Lugs Hooks and Hook Block Pulley and Sheaves Boom & Attachments Boom Angle Indicator Lubrication/Grease or Oil Leaks Wire Rope Kinks or Breaks Wire Rope Dirt & Lube Hoist non rotating wire per manufacturers standard Slings, belts, shackles, hook, etc. Counterweight & Torque Alarms: Reverse Swing Limit Switches: Boom limit switch Boom angle Hoist limit switch Lowering limit switch Load Moment Indicator

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Lights (front, reverse, turn signals, cab, boom) Seat Belt Fire Extinguishers Load Chart & Range Diagram Hand Signal Chart Electrical wiring & fittings Cabin windshield & housekeeping Windshield Wiper GAUGES: Oil, Fuel, Amp Lights & Horn Gearshift Control Foot & Parking Brakes Swing Brake Control Lever Linkage Throttle Linkage Engine RPM / vibration

OBSERVATIONS & REMARKS:

JSL Musawir Abbas (JSL) Prepared by: JSL Date: 14-10-2013

___________________ Reviewed by: UEP Rep. Date:

__________________ Approved by: UEP Date:

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APPENDIX 3: OPERATIONS

RISK ASSESSMENT FORM FOR RIGGING & LIFTING

Risk Assessment No.____________ The object of the risk assessment is to identify and eliminate any hazards in the lifting operation, define the level of difficulty of the task and determine the skill level of the personnel required to perform that particular activity safely. This document will also highlight any need for further training. Category of lifting operation: Person responsible for Lifting Operation (Performing Authority) Personnel to be involved: Date of Lift Complicated Supervisor

Safety Watch Supervisor / Banksman / Riggers / Crane Operator / Driver / Helper (lookout)

Please complete the result table below once the relevant parts of the assessment have been completed. 1 2 3 Stop! Caution! Go Result of assessment: (tick appropriate box) - Further engineering input required. - Rigging Personnel must perform operation. - Proceed with lifting operation.

If the lift is to proceed, please enter in the box below, any special instructions and/ or safety measures to be taken:

Name: Musawir Abbas (JSL) Job Title: Supervisor Date: 14-10-2013 Once the lift has been safely completed, please note in the box below any problems encountered and how they were overcome, also any suggestion for doing the lift more efficiently/ safely. Job Completion Feedback:

Name:

Position:

Date:

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LIFT CATEGORISATION ASSESSMENT PART 1 ROUTINE LIFTING OPERATIONS CHECKLIST Six Basic Questions Yes No 1 Has this lifting operation been performed before? 2 Is there a documented lifting plan and lifting operation risk assessment in place? 3 Are you experience with all the lifting equipment/gear to be used? 4 Has the load been checked and made ready for lifting (e.g. Hold down bolts released)? 5 Have you the experience to lift a load of this weight? 6 Is the lift in an area free from obstructions and other possible hazards? If the answer to any of the above is No, go to Part 2 of the Lifting Operation Assessment Procedure.

If the answer to all questions above is yes proceed with the routine lifting operation in accordance with the relevant lifting plan and/or risk assessment.

Assessment Part 1 performed by: Musawir Abbas (JSL) Job Title: Supervisor Date: 14-10-2013

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LIFT CATEGORISATION ASSESSMENT PART 2 SIMPLE LIFTING OPERATIONS CHECKLIST Questions Yes No 1 Is the lifting operation to be undertaken by a single lifting appliance only? 2 Do you know the weight of the load and does the lifting operation appear to be straightforward? 3 Is the load heavier than you normally handle, do you have the relevant permission and/or permit? 4 Is there a crane or certified support steelwork (eg runway beam or lifting N/A eye) directly above the load? 5 Does the load have certified lifting points (lifting eyes/collar eyebolts, etc) fitted and if not, can slings be wrapped around easily (e.g., no sharp edges, load not fragile, etc) 6 Is there ample headroom for the lifting appliance and slings? 7 Is the lift stable (e.g. center of gravity below lifting points)? 8 Is the lift balanced (e.g., center of gravity in the middle) or fitted with special slings to compensate? 9 Is the load free to be lifted (e.g. all hold-down bolts removed, not jammed, etc)? 10 Is the removal route clear of any obstructions? 11 Can the removal (lift, transfer & landing) be performed without crosshauling? 12 Is there a suitable laydown area and does the load come within the allowable load bearing capacity of the ground/surface? 13 Are you experienced in using all the lifting equipment/gear involved? If the answer to any of the above is NO go to Part 3 of the Lifting Operation Assessment Procedure. If you can answer yes to all the above, proceed with the lift as per the UEP requirements for simple lifts. Assessment Part 2 performed by: Musawir Abbas (JSL) Job title: Supervisor Date: 14-10-2013 Note to Supervisors: If you can give solutions to the above negatives to allow the lift to proceed safely, write the instructions in the box below and if you cannot supply a solution, seek guidance form the appropriate competent person (s). Solutions to overcome the above problems:

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LIFT CATEGORISATION ASSESSMENT PART 3 COMPLICATED LIFTING OPERATIONS CHECKLIST Complicated lifting operations must be carried out by qualified Riggers, or personnel with similar qualifications and skills in dealing with awkward loads. Identified Hazard Yes Load has Center of Gravity above the lifting points or a high CofG 2 Load has an offset Center of Gravity 3 Load has to be cross-hauled or restrained 4 Load does not have specific lifting attachments 5 Load is fragile 6 Load has a large surface area which may act as a sail 7 Load requires multiple sets of rigging or multiple lifting appliances 8 Load has to be rotated (overturned) 9 Load is equal to or less than 2 tonnes and non-certified steel structural support members are to be used in the lifting operation If you answer Yes to any of the above, go to Part 4 of the Lifting Operations Assessment Procedure 1 No

If you have answered No to all of the above, proceed with the lift as per the UEP requirements for complicated lifts Assessment Part 3 performed by: Musawir Abbas (JSL) Job title: Supervisor Date: 14-10-2013 Approved/Endorsed by Note to Supervisors: if you have the experience and can advise personnel involved in the lifting operation how deal with the complication, allow the lifting operation to proceed but only under your guidance. However, if you decide that the lifting operation is outwith the scope of your competence, please indicate the reasons applicable in the table in Part 4 Complex Lifts below before passing on to the nominated Technical Authority for lifting operations on the site Any comments from Lifting Coordinator of UEP: __________________________________

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LIFT CATEGORISATION ASSESSMENT PART 4 COMPLEX LIFTING OPERATIONS CHECKLIST Lifting operations or conditions, which would merit additional engineering input. Reasons for Requesting Engineering Input 1 2 3 The operation involves lifting people The load will be traveled over unprotected process plant/machinery The load is extremely heavy and/or involves the use of non-certified steel structural support members for loads greater than 2 tonnes The load is very valuable The lift is in a confined space The lift is in an area with very restricted headroom Other reason Tick Box where Applicable

4 5 6 7

Lifting Plan/Method Statement and Risk Assessment Part 4 performed by: Musawir Abbas (JSL) Job Title: Supervisor Date: 14-10-2013 Approved/Endorsed by (delete as applicable) Date ..

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Appendix 4:
Description of Load: Ref. No:

LIFTING OPERATION PLAN

Brief Description of Lifting Operation (including location):

Possible Considerations (not exhaustive) tick if relevant and address each point in step-by-step plan section
1. Weight of load unknown .. 2. High center of gravity ... 3. Unstable load . 4. Awkward size / shape ... 5. Fragile load 6. No dedicated lift points 7. No dedicated rigging ... 13. Lifting thru substantial heights .. 8. Load has sharp edges .. 14. Dynamic factors involved 9. Extremely heavy load.. 15. Hazards to personnel .. 10. No lift point above load .. 16. Communications .. 11. Restricted headroom .. 17. Tag lines needed . 12. Confined work area . 18. Poor light conditions

Step by step plan of lifting operation (include any site clearance if relevant and sketches as applicable): (if required use reverse side of this sheet for additional information / sketches etc.)
yes yes 3. Is suitable packing available for protection of load/slings while landing the load (e.g. timber)? yes 4. Has the area been cordoned off to prevent access to unauthorized personnel? yes 5. Have you confirmed that the laydown area is within the operating radius of the crane? yes 6. Will the banksman always be visible to the crane operator or has an alternate method of communication (e.g. radios) been established? yes 7. Have weather conditions been considered for their effect on the safety of the lifting operation yes

Route to be traveled & laydown area: 1. Has route to be traveled been selected and cleared of obstructions? 2. Is laydown/landing area adequate in both size and load bearing capacity?

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

Levels of personnel competence and manning levels required

Banksman/Signalman Qty: Rigging Supervisor


Qty:

Riggers

Qty:

other Qty: S. watch

List of Rigging Equipment and Accessories used: (Give complete specs including make, model, type, capacity, etc. and attach load charts and range diagrams for cranes). (Attach sheets): Note: Lifting gear shall be provided by UEP.
Levels of Rigging & Lifting Risk Assessment performed: (Attach copy) 1. Lift Categorization Assessment 2. Task Risk Assessment
3. Engineering Study

Part:
Level:

Ensure all the lifting equipment and accessories are certified and have been inspected before use. Lifting operation planned by: Job title: Supervisor Date: Signature:

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