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SEAWORK (Scotland) Ltd Cuan: Monadh nan Carn Ardfern: Lochgilphead: Argyll PA31 8QN: Scotland: UK

MARINE CONSULTANTS & CONTRACTORS Remember...only dead fish swim with the stream Established 1978: MD: Robin Turner

Lat: 56 27.0 North Long: 5 26.1 West

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OFFSHORE MOORINGS: DESIGN: INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE: DIVING & MARINE SERVICES: HYDROGRAPHIC & BENTHIC SURVEYS : SAMPLING: MARINE PLATFORM & BARGE DESIGN: BOAT CHARTER: ROV OPERATIONS: MARINE TRIALS: CIVIL ENGINEERING: UNDERWATER VIDEO: WELDING & CUTTING : UNDERWATER SETTING OUT & LEVELLING: MARINE SALVAGE: DAMAGE DIVING & VIDEO SURVEYS : LOSS INVESTIGATION: RISK CONTROL

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PUMP ASHORE STATION: WELLBOAT, PUMP PLATFORM & PIPELINE WALKWAY


HEALTH & SAFETY and CDM Regulation Procedures

RISK ASSESSMENTS & METHOD STATEMENT: MOORINGS & INSTALLATION

INTRODUCTION

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Purpose of the operations

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Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxx This station will receive Well boats with fish, and pump these fish stocks ashore for processing. The principal components of this system are Relief Moorings for the Well Boats, a Pump Platform, and a Pipeline Walkway, carrying the Fish stocks to the shore processing plant. xxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxx previously operated a Harvesting station which included a cage group, near the same location as that now proposed for the new Pump Ashore station.

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Design restraints of the System

The design and installation of this facility and its mooring system was required to take into account a number of constraints, as follows: 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 1.2.4 1.2.5 Protection of Reefs of species of rare Serpulid Tube Worms Planning restraints in an area of high Scenic Amentity, including restriction of visual impact. Planning restraints with regard to Neighbours, including Noise control. Pump System and Site security to ensure the prevention of accidental Fish stock releases. Health & Safety operational restraints for safe operation

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This section provides a general outline of the necessary Operations relating to the installation of the Pump Ashore Station, and the various Organisations involved.

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Design Research

In order to take account of these restraints, a very significant program was undertaken, to collect the information necessary to design the facility, in such a way that the above constraints were met. This program included the following features: 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5 1.3.6 1.3.7 Mapping of the Serpulid Reefs in the area, by Dr Colin Moorie of the Heriot Watt University Location and Mapping of seabed features, including old moorings and Fish Farm debris Preparation of a Hydrographic plan of depths, including the Serpulid Map Determining of the operation characteristics and requirements of the Well Boats A Current meter study at different levels of the water column Wind and Wave climate forecasts for the site Preparation of Video impressions of the finished facility

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Installation Procedure Outline

In the following outline, some tasks will not be carried out serially, but various elements may be repeated. Many operations will be tide dependant, as well as weather dependent. The tasks which must be completed to ensure a successful installation, are as follows: 1.4.1 1.4.2 1.4.3 1.4.4 1.4.5 1.4.6 1.4.7 1.4.8 1.4.9 1.4.10 1.4.11 1.4.12 1.4.13 1.4.14 1.4.13 1.4.14 1.4.15 1.4.16 1.4.17 1.4.18 Mark out mooring anchor positions Offload, measure and cut chains to length Offload all anchors at working base Make up all mooring anchors and chains Load Anchors and chains to Mooring Barge Lay Pump Ashore Platform anchors and chains: prove to load Lay offshore Pipeline Walkway Anchors & Rising Ropes (coiled & buoyed) Lay Well Boat Relief mooring Anchors & Chains: prove to load Tow in completed Pump Platform and connect to moorings Lay inshore Pipeline Walkway Ground chain, Anchors & Rising Ropes (coiled & buoyed) Make up Pipeline Walkway to length: moor off working base temporarily Install Pipeline Walkway Mooring strops, Pipeline and handrails Tow Pipeline Walkway to site Connect Pipeline Walkway to moorings Tension Pipeline Walkway moorings Tension Pump Platform moorings Install Pipeline Walkway Lights and Power cable Install Pump Container & Flexible pipe connections Add Wellboat Relief Mooring buoys, Pick up pennants & cross connection wires Post installation Inspection by Divers

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It is vital that the prepared mooring specification, and location of the components, is adhered to, to ensure that the design constraints are met. This in turn means that the mooring and installation process must locate components with more than normal accuracy, and that the mooring process avoids moving chain and anchors within the mooring area, once located.

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A Moored, floating system, to scenic and seabed impact, and avoid changes to the Hydrology. Location of the long Pipeline Walkway in a corridor with low or zero Serpulid concentrations. Platform and Well boat relief moorings situated outside the Serpulid reef concentrations. A flexible, floating pipeline Walkway, so the Pipe can be monitored continually. Pipeline Walkway moorings principally of rope, with incompressible floats, to avoid seabed contact. Hand Rails and lights to permit safe use of the system by personnel Concrete Deck and Pump Container insulation to cut down noise pollution.

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From the information above, and other liaison, the design of a suitable facility was produced. This facility included the following features: