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LIFTING PLAN

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LIFT PLAN Installation/Ship/Barge/Other: Location (main deck, back deck, quayside etc): RIGGING STRUCTURE Permit to Work No: Risk Assessment No: Lift Plan Number: 01

Weight of Load, Actual or Assessed (delete as applicable):

1. DESCRIPTION OF LIFTING OPERATION

A RESTRICTED ACCESS LIFT LIFTING A GAS METERING PACKAGE TO FOUNDATION

APPLIANCE DATA

Appliance No. Inspection Date Next Due Date Appliance Capacity Working Height

50000 0 Kgs Mtrs

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LOAD DATA

Object to be lifted Weight of Load Certied lifting points Special rigging required Special rigging techniques required

GAS METERING PACKAGE 13000 KGS YES YES * YES * NO* NO NO

RIGGING WEIGHT

Slings Shackles Other rigging (BULLDOG GRIP) RIGGING CALCULATION

40

KGS

N/A KGS 5 KGS

Description Object weight (2) Contingency

Weight 13000 N/A

Units Kgs Kgs Kgs Kgs Metre

Rigging weight 25 (3) Total weight 13025 Lift height % of capacity 5 20 %

% safety margin 80 %

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POSSIBLE CONSIDERATIONS (not exhausted) (Tick if relevant and address each point in Step-by-Step section below)

Weight not verified High centre of gravity

Lifting of chemicals Load on pallet requires securing Seafastening removed Restricted headroom or confined work area No lifting point directly above the load Appropriate and correctly installed

Conflicting tasks in area Dynamic factors involved

Stability of load Awkward size/shape/sharp edges No dedicated lifting points on the load No certified suspension points for the lifting equipment

Hazards to personnel in the area Communication requirements

Adequate lighting and visibility

Is the use of tag lines required? Then consider personnel positioning

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ROUTE TO BE TRAVELLED AND LAYDOWN AREA (If you cant answer either, address in the Step-by-Step section) 1) Are the route and laydown area clear of obstructions? 2) Is the laydown/landing area adequate in terms of size and loadbearing ability? 3) Is suitable packing available for protection of the load, lifting equipment, slings etc? 4) Have barriers been positioned to prevent access by unauthorised personnel? 5) Have you confirmed that the laydown area is within the operating limits/radius of the equipment? 6) Have environmental conditions been considered with regards to the safety of the lifting operation? 7) Will the Lifting Equipment Operator be able to see the Banksman throughout the operation, or has another suitable, risk-assessed means of communication been checked and made available (eg radios)? 8) Are there hazardous process plant or materials in the area?

Yes

NA

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4. STEP-BY-STEP DETAILS OF THE LIFTING OPERATION Description 1. Trainer to explain, demonstrate delegates to practice the task as per describe below. Refer practical exercise diagram layout 2 for references: 2. Prepare a lifting plan to include all the key element and approved by the supervisor. 3. Prepare a Job Hazards and Risk assessment for the task 4. Conduct the ToolBox Talk (TBT for all the crew involved). Crane Operator must attend the toolbox meeting 5. Pre use check for the Crane assembly, parts by the crane operator 6. Perform operational check for the Crane by the Crane Operator (boom angle, length, radius, load chart capacity, limit switch etc,) 7. Conduct pre use check for 2 pieces of 16 tons wire rope slings 8. Examine and determine the weight of the load (13000 kgs) 9. Attached the wire rope sling to the load (Gas Metering) by using double choker hitch at lifting point at approximately 25% of total length from both end 10. The chocker hitch shall be secured to avoid damage to the wire rope by using bulldog grips 11. The load shall be attached with 2 taglines placing at the chocker hitch point by using bowline knot 12. Banksman to communicate to Crane Operator informing that the load is ready to be lifted 13. The Crane Operator shall swing to the direction of the load following the direction of the banksman 14. Banksman to communicate by using hand signal to indicate which type of block to be used (Used main hoist)
SLINGER CRANE OPERATOR SUPERVISOR

Person Responbility

SUPERVISOR

SUPERVISOR/FOREMAN / TEAMLEADER/SLINGER

CRANE OPERATOR

RIGGER/BANKSMAN

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15. Banksman to communicate with the Riggers that they are ready for the lift and ensure everyone is at the correct standing position. 16. Banksman to direct the crane operator to lower down the block by using hand signal (used hoist/block down hand signal) 17. Once the block is down at approximately chest level, the banksman shall instruct the Rigger to attach the wire rope slings to the crane hook 18. The banksman then will direct the crane to hoist up slowly until the sling is tension. He then must conrm that the sling angle and centre of gravity (CoG) 19. Once the CoG is conrmed, banksman to instruct the Crane Operator to hoist up the load at the same time 1 Riggers to control the load using the taglines 20. Banksman to direct the crane by hoist up signal until the load is 5 metres high. He then use boom down and hoist up signal until the load is above point B 21. Hoist down the load through the cargo hole at point B. Rigger must control the load using taglines only until it safely landed at ground lay down area. 22. Rigger to unhook and de rigging the lifting accessories 23. Perform post use inspection for all lifting equipment to ensure all are free from defects. Any faulty equipment found must be reported and recorded 24. Perform good housekeeping at the work area and send all the equipment back to store. Defect equipment shall be kept at a quarantine area 25. Any waste during the rigging activity must be disposed and segregated as per company procedures
SLINGER

SLINGER

SLINGER

BANKSMAN

BANKSMAN

BANKSMAN

SLINGER /BANKSMAN

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5. LIFTING EQUIPMENT AND LIFTING ACCESSORIES TO BE USED (Specify type and SWL)

Wire rope slings

Type

FWSR Capacity 8 tons Quantity 2 PCS Weight 40 KG

Bulldog Grip Type

BOLT Capacity 1 ton Quantity 2PCS Weight 5 KG

1. Rigging structure

01

2. 50 tons Mobile Crane

01

3. 13 tons Gas Metering Package

01

4. 6 metres x SWL 8 tons wire rope slings Bulldog Grips 4 metre x taglines rope Safety glass Safety shoes Hand gloves Coverall High visibility vest

02 02 unit 02 unit 12pieces 12 pairs 12 pairs 12 pairs 01 pair

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6. PRE USE CHECK LIST Item 1 2 3 4 5 Pre Inspection Examine top and bottom hooks and check for stretch and / or distortion Check function of safety catches. Ensure hooks swivel freely in yokes and are secured in their mountings Where accessible, examine load pin for wear and / or distortion Examine load chain sheaves, check for wear and / or distortion and ensure satisfactory seating of load chain. Examine body casing and check for cracks, distortion, missing bolts / screw or any defect, which may affect safe operation Examine (as far as possible) internal frame side plate Ensure chain guide roller and chain stripper are in position and functioning Examine live end and dead end load chain anchor pins and check for distortion / wear Suspend hoist and spin hand chain wheel ( in hoist mode) to check ratchet pawl function-listen for healthy clicking sound Examine hand chain wheel and chain and ensure it seats correctly in the pocket Examine complete length of load chain and check for stretch, deformed / bent links, nicks, wear and excessive corrosion. YES NO

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6. CATEGORY OF LIFT Tick whichever is applicable Routine Non-Routine Lift plans shall be written by rigging supervisor and approved by person in charge (PIC) of the lifting operation. Lift plans shall be written by an approved lift planner and approved by T.A. PERSONNEL

Personnel Crane Operator Slingers

Name 01 01 Slingers

Signature

Date

APPROVALS

Required lift Approvals Lift plan prepared by Lift plan reviewed by Lift plan approved by

Name Eko Kurniawan -

Signature

Date

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SKETCH THE RIGGING UP OF THE LIFTING EQUIPMENT

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