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Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study

Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study


Category of Lift: Complicated/Complex

Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study


Lifting Plan Content Checklist- Tick as required

Yes N/A

Components of lift plan


Lift Plan Checklist Plan View of Facility Layout Routing Sketch of Equipment Travel into Plant Load Manifest & Contingency Plan Plan View Drawings for both pick up and Drop points ( Exclusion zones, Pick up radius, Drop Radius, Counter Weight Clearances, Out-rigger Clearances, Load Clearances from nearby equipment, Counter weight swing arc, Path of lift, Tag lines, Signal man positioning) Elevation View Drawings for maximum radius (Boom length, boom angle, Boom to Load Clearance, Boom angle, Load Clearances from ground and nearby equipment, Hook Block to ATB Clearance, Counter weight clearances, Boom Arc) Rigging Gear Detail and Configuration Percentage usage of each crane (s) capacity at maximum radius Reaction Forces at lifting points and Center of gravity calculations Rigging gear stress calculation (sling tensions, mode factors etc.) Cribbage Selection Others reference documents (Lifting Equipment inspection/Test Certificates, Personnel Competency Certificates, Lifting Equipment Pre-use Inspection Checklists, Hazard Identification & Task Risk assessments, Permit-to-work, Load Charts, Range diagrams)

Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study


Lifting Plan Checklist ITEMS TO ADDRESS WHEN PLANNING LIFT Has the responsible manager and the Safeguards & Security Division been notified of movement of the load to the lifting site Has the load transport route to the lift site been checked for overhead obstructions? Are there any bridges, culverts, pipe ways to cross? Are they structurally capable of safely supporting the transport loads? Are the minimum actual clearance between the load and the boom during the lift within allowed limits? Has the radius been double-checked by measuring in the field?
Will spreaders and other rigging hardware remain safely clear of the boom, the load, and other objects at all times during the lifting operation?

YES

N/A

Have obstructions been identified in the lift path and swing path?
Can the outriggers be deployed as per manufacturers load chart requirements? Can rigging personnel safely control and manipulate the load throughout the lifting path? Are the cranes operational safety alarms functioning properly? Has a drawing showing the elevation of the crane during the lift as well as all clearances been developed (boom to load, and load to other obstructions)? Have all repairs or modifications to the crane been made in accordance with manufacturers written instructions, and are they so certified? Has the agreed nondestructive examination (NDE) of crane components been done and documented? Is the correct crane load chart for current lift conditions in the cab? Is there adequate headroom to ensure that the manufacturers minimum allowable two-block distance is maintained for the configuration of the reeve used? How was the weight determined when developing the lift plan? Has any contingency been added to calculated weights? Has an accurate load weight determination been made before the lift to confirm calculated weight? Has all the rigging hardware been included in the weight calculations? What are the maximum loads per unit area imposed by the cranes on the soil/facility floor? Is the soil-bearing capacity adequate to safely support crane loads?

Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study


Lifting Plan Checklist ITEMS TO ADDRESS WHEN PLANNING LIFT How was Center of Gravity determined? Is it marked on the load? Is it shown on the lift plan drawings? Has the liquid/semi solid inside the load that could shift during the lift been considered? Is the surface area large enough to create unusual control problems in the wind? If lifting a dressed device, has the insulation absorbed any water, has this been incorporated in load manifest? Have all anchor bolts and fasteners been removed? Has all rigging hardware been selected to work within the manufacturers Safe Working Load? Have sling angles flatter than 45 degrees been avoided? Have softeners been used to protect the rigging where sharp corners could cause damage? Are shackles, pad eyes, eyebolts and hooks always used in such a manner as to avoid side bending in the hardware? Is there a plan for removing lifting tackle from the load after it is erected? Have all lifting appliances and accessories been inspected before use by a competent personnel ? Are the shackle pins and lifting eyes compatibly sized? Is the rigging arranged to have the crane hook directly over the loads center of gravity with the load hanging level? Has the lift plan been reviewed with the crane operator, riggers, and others involved in the lifting operation? Has the wind speed been measured by anemometer? Is the wind speed within acceptable limits? Is adequate lighting equipment available for use Have emergency procedures been determined and communicated to all personnel involved in the lifting operation?
Is the load fragile enough to require lifting from a strong back frame or from multiple attachment points to prevent load damage? Has any required nondestructive testing been done to assess the quality of welds attaching lifting lugs, pad eyes, trunnions, etc.?

YES

N/A

Is there enough clearance between the load and the lifting lug/pad eye to get the nut on the shackle pin? Is there enough clearance between wire rope slings and equipment present on load skid?

Sample Template For Lifting plan & Rigging Study


Load Manifest-

Load Manifest
Description Vessel Dry Weight Lifting accessories weight Liquid weight Total Weight 10 % Contingency Total Weight to be lifted Unit Weight Kg (s)

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Facility Layout (Scaled drawing)-

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Top View (Scaled drawing)- - Pick up point

Legend:
Lift Path

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Top View (Scaled drawing)- Drop Point

Legend:

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Side view elevation (scaled drawing)-

Boom Length: Work Radius: Boom angle (worst case): Boom to Vessel Clearance:

Boom Angle (Worst case):


Foundation to Vessel clearance : Separator to Vessel Clearance: Hook block to ATB clearance : Vessel to Ground level clearance: Vessel to foundation clearance:

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Rigging gear detail and Configuration-

Rigging Gear Detail Description 10 ton SWL, Soft eye wire rope sling, 30 ft length 17 t SWL Crosby bow shackles 40 ton SWL tubular spreader beam Hook Block Whip line weight 15 t SWL wire rope sling, length 5 ft 8.5 ton SWL Crosby bow shackles Hook Block Weight Total Weight of lifting accessories Unit Weight Kg (s) Quantity Total Weight (KGS)

10

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% usage of Crane

Load description

Boom Length (m)

Pick up radius (m)

Drop Radius (m)

Worst Case Radius (m)

Boom angle (worst case) (Deg)

Total weight load, MT

Safe Lifting Capacity, worst case (MT)

% usage worst case

vessel

21.3

9.45

9.45

9.45

62

23.33

34.1

68.4

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Sling tensions

Vertical Reaction force R1 at Lifting point

Reaction force R2 Center-of-gravity Center-of-gravity

Distance, M

Distance, N Weight, W

Sample Calculation: Weight of Load = 40000 kg Distance M = 1.2 m Reaction R1 = ? Distance N = 2.5 m Reaction R2 = ? We know that Moment = Force X distance And , clockwise moment = anti clock wise moment And, Upward Force = Downward Forces Taking moment at R1 ; Clockwise moment = anti clockwise moment W X M = R2 X (M+N) R2 = (W X M) / (M+N) R2 = ( 40000 X 1.2 ) / ( 1.2 + 2.5 ) R2 = 16000 kg Upward forces = Downward forces W = R1 + R2 R1= W R2 = 40000 16000 = 24000 kg

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Cribbage Selection

Soil Bearing Capacity Table


Type of Soil Rock w/ Gravel Gravel Sandy Gravel Sand Silt Sand Silt Gravel Gravel w/ Clay Clay Load Bearing (Pounds Per Square Foot) 6,000 psf + 5000 psf 5000 psf 3000 psf 3000 psf 3000 psf 3000 psf 2000 psf Load Bearing (kPa) 287.28 239.4 239.4 143.64 143.64 143.64 143.64 95.76

Sandy Clay
Silt Clay

2000 psf
2000 psf

95.76
95.76

Rule of Thumb formula and calculations for cribbage area:

Sample Calculation: Soil Type : Sandy Gravel 1 kN = 1000 N = 100 kg Mass of Crane = 55000 kgs or 550 KN Mass of Load = 15000 kgs or 150 KN Area of Cribbage = 0.65 X (550+150) / 239.4 Area of Cribbage = 1.9 m or (1.37 m by 1.37 m) or ( 4.5 ft by 4.5 ft )