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Scaffolding: design and design assessment/ verification
Special scaffolding constructions


Contents

1. Purpose
2. Area of application
3. Definitions
4. Procedure
5. Tasks, accountabilities and competences
6. Design and assessment basics and considerations
7. References


Annexure 1: Standard scaffolding criteria




























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1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this procedure is to record the procedure that should be followed by Harsco
Infrastructure and AJS to guarantee the integrity of the special scaffolding at all times. Thus striving
for a practical and clear procedure of designs and assessments of special scaffolding for all
parties.



2.0 Area of application

This procedure applies to all offshore locations where Harsco infrastructures, commissioned by AJS,
must design and supply special scaffolding.
Note: The integrity of standard e.g. normal" scaffolding can always be assessed using the set
standard drawings/calculations and the tables determination of standard loads [1] on site.



3.0 Definitions

Standard scaffolding (2): Scaffolding that does not comply with any of the points indicated in
Annexure 1: Standard scaffolding criteria.
Rolling scaffold: Scaffolding equipped with wheels constructed from prefabricated
components according to NEN-EN 1004.
Mobile scaffolding: Scaffolding on wheels with one or more work floors.
Complex scaffolding (2): Scaffolding that falls outside the abovementioned scope of standard
scaffolding.












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4.0 Procedure: Coordination of designs and design assessment

ID
no.
Actions & product
result

Harsco
Infrastructure
AJS
implementation*
AJS
struct.
engin.
Basic info./referral
to procs & instrs
1. Send request for special scaffolding
Onshore and/or Offshore location
exe
2. Receipt of request, incl. project
details
exe PRO-IN/001
Walkthrough procedure
3. Design, drawing and
calculating the special scaffolding
Drawing for approval
exe PRO-ST/101
Design procedure
4. Verification and corrections to
drawings
exe Ditto
5. Processing corrections in drawings
Drawing for approval
exe Ditto
6. Sending drawings and calculation
report for verification, assessment and
authorization
exe
7. Verification and corrections of
drawings and reports
exe
8. Processing of corrections in
drawings and calculations
Drawing for approval
exe
9. Verification and corrections of
design, drawings and reports
exe
10. Processing of corrections in
drawings and calculations;
Drawing for approval
exe
11. Authorization app app
12. Distribution of drawings and
reports;
Drawing work drawing
exe

exe = Execution * = Execution in Maintenance,
app = Authorization Operations, Engineering,
(through signature + date on drawing) Modifications
inf = informing

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5.0 Tasks / Responsibilities / Competencies

Party ID
no
Task Competency Responsibilities
AJS execution 1 Sending application
to Harsco Infrastructure Supervisor
Offshore

Harsco Infrastructure
Supervisor
2 Receipt of application and project
details

Harsco Infrastructure
Engineering
3 Based on project details, designs,
drawings and
calculations
Designs according to
design procedure
Harsco Infrastructure
Project manager/
Supervisor
4 Assessment of scaffolding design
for assembly,
safety, quality and contract
Proposals for
amendments
and acceptance of
1
st
design
Approval based on
details and request
Harsco Infrastructure
Engineering
5 Changes to drawings
and in calculations.
Drafting a calculations report
Inform Supervisor
Harsco Infrastructure
Supervisor
6 Distribution of drawings and
calculations for approval

AJS execution 7 Receipt of drawings
and calculations
Assessment of
design based
on request
Design in accordance
with request
Harsco Infrastructure
Engineering
8 Processing of corrections in
drawings

AJS execution 9 Inspection of processed
corrections; send to
AJS Engineering
Acceptance of
design
Design in accordance
with request
Harsco Infrastructure
Engineering
10 Assessment of drawings
and calculations and
drafting of technical note
Assessment of
considerations and
standing and anchor
forces as loads on the
construction/platform
Approval/rejection of
feasibility with regard to
loadbearing capacity of
construction/platform
Harsco Infrastructure
Engineering
11 Processing of corrections in
drawings en calculations;
Distribution of drawings and
calculations for verification

AJS Structural
Engineering
12 Inspection of processed
corrections; distribution of technical
note
Acceptance of design
and calculation
authorization on
technical note
Feasibility with regard to
carrying capacity of
construction/platform
Harsco Infrastructure
Supervisor
13 Receipt of confirmation of
approval.
Distribution of working drawings
and calculation report to executive
scaffolders
(for scaffolding books and
AJS execution
Distribution of
information
Instructions to scaffolders

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6.0 Basics and considerations for design and assessment

6.1 Scaffolding drawings

Harsco Infrastructure will make drawings of the special scaffolding on which the views, dissections and
details of the constructions to be assembled are indicated. The stand distances, work floors, anchors,
diagonal context are all necessary information for the executing scaffolders. The scaffolding structure
will be assembled using the drawings.
We emphasize that the version number and the date on the standard drawing should correspond.


6.2 Design assessment

Scaffolding constructions on offshore platforms in the Dutch Sector of Continental Plat must
comply with the following regulations:
1. Occupational Health Decree: article 3.16, 7.4, 7.4a, 7.6, 7.11a, 7.17c and 7.34
Policy regulation: 3.16, 7.4-4, 7.4-5 and 7.34.
2. NEN-EN 74-1:2005 Couplings, cotter pins and base plates for steel tube scaffolding
3. NENEN 39:2001 Steel tubes for support framework and system scaffolding
4. NEN-EN 12810-1:2003 Wall scaffolding manufactured from pre-fabricated components -
Part 1: Product specifications
5. NEN-EN 12810-2:2004 Wall scaffolding manufactured from pre-fabricated components -
Part 2: Special method of a constructive design
6. NEN-EN 12811-1:2003 Temporary construction site equipment - Scaffolding - Performance
requirements and general design
7. NEN-EN 12811-2:2004 Temporary construction equipment - Part 2: information on materials
8. NEN-EN 12811-3:2002 Temporary construction equipment - Part 3: Load test
9. NEN 6702:2001 TGB 1990 Loads and distortions
10. Mining Act 1964 (153,154)
11. Further Regulations Mining Act 1974 (107)
12. Mining Act Continental Plat (103, 104)
13. Further Regulations Mining Act Continental Plat (107)

Furthermore, the following will be used with the design and assessment of this scaffolding
construction:

14. Harsco Infrastructure Load Manual
15. Harsco Infrastructure Product Information Manual
16. CUPLOK Zulassung Z-8.22-208; CUPLOK junction

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6.3 Geometry of the calculation models

Harsco Infrastructure uses the calculation program "STAB2F" and/or SCIA ESA PT for the analysis
of static calculations.

STAB2F is a 2D program used to calculate rod constructions in a level. It is based on the so-called
transfer method where three transfer directions are allowed per junction (X, Z and rotation).

SCIA ESA PT is a 3D program used to calculate rod constructions. Six transfer directions are allowed
per junction (X, Y, Z and rotation x, y, z).

With Harsco Infrastructure, the 2nd order will be elastic-plastic calculated in accordance with the
standards NEN-EN 12811-1.
This means that internal forces and torques are determined according to the Elastic Calculation
method and the rigidity inspection takes place according to the plastic criteria.
The model is drafted using the accompanying drawing.


6.3.1 Model design

Stab2F:
The calculation model is drafted based on the following points:
1. Model dimensions as indicated in the relevant drawing.
2. Applying the correct material characteristics, connection springs and geometric
imperfections.
3. The weight of all components standing perpendicular on the calculation model is imported as
junction loads. The weight of the couplings connected on two stands is taken in half per stand.
This also applies for braces, guardrails and side plates.
4. The weight of all couplings and braces, lying on the plane of the calculation model are
imported as a spread load. The weight of the stands is imported in this level as junction loads.
5. The weight of the floor and the load is applied as equal load on the couplings and/or point
loads to the connection with the stands. Here the orientation of the floor part in the plane of
the calculation model is taken into account.
6. With undressed scaffolding the wind load is imported on all components (except stands) as
horizontal point loads at the connection between the stands and the couplings. This point load
is calculated in the height per stroke. The wind load on the stands is imported as a divided
load over the entire length of the stands.
7. With coated scaffolding, a divided wind load on the stands is used for calculation.






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1. Model dimensions as indicated in the relevant drawing.
2. Applying the correct material characteristics, connection springs and geometric
imperfections.
3. The weight of the modelled tubes is automatically defined by the calculation program. To
take the weight of the couplings into account its own weight is increased by a factor1,2.
4. The weight of the floor and the load is applied as equal load on the couplings and/or point
loads to the connection with the stands. Here the orientation of the floor parts in the level of
the calculation model is taken into account.
5. With undressed scaffolding the wind load is applied as divided load on all components.
6. With dressed scaffolding a plane load generator is used. Depending on the wind resistance
of the dressing, a wind pressure percentage is calculated.

NOTE:
1) The wind pressure on the guardrails causes a negligible torque in the stands. Therefore the wind loads will be
applied as connection load at the intersecting point between the stands and floor couplings.
2) The so-called splash zone (from water surface to cellar deck) possible occurring wave and current forces,
are not taken into account.


6.3.2 Geometric imperfections

According to NEN-EN 12811-1 (10.2.2) geometric imperfections consist of tilt and preliminary
curvature and it should be taken into account in the calculation. Harsco Infrastructure uses the
following values for geometric imperfections for scaffolding calculations:
Tilting foot spindles with respect to stands: tan() = 0,0135
Relative tilt of stands: tan() = 0,01 (alternately +0,005/-0,005)
Preliminary curvature of stands: 0/l = 1/200 = 0,005
With the calculations the preliminary curvature is automatically aligned to the unfavourable side.

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6.4 Profile and material characteristics

Scaffolding material used by Harsco Infrastructure is described on Harsco Infrastructure Intranet;
Engineering; Product Information.


6.4.1 Materials

stands and links, tube 48,3 * 3,2 mm, material S355
system braces, tube 48,3 * 2,9 mm, material S235
loose tubes and tube-lock tubes 48,3 * 3,2 mm, material S235
diagonals with loose links, tube 48,3 * 3,2 mm, material S235
consoles and development support, tube 48,3 * 3,2 mm, material S235
steel or aluminium lattice trusses, centre to centre. height 400 mm
anchor tubes, tube 48,3 * 3,2 mm, material S235
class B scaffolding connections (in accordance with NEN-EN 74)
Floor components: - aluminium platforms should be used for scaffolding through load
class 2.
- Steel parts should be used in all load classes (besides: 2,50m through class 5;
3,00m through class 4).
- Wooden scaffolding parts are suitable for use in all load classes.


6.4.2 Connecting springs

The applicable stiffness value of the Cuplok junction and loose scaffolding connections are
imported as connection springs in the calculation model.
The following connection springs are used:

Table 1: Connection springs.
Connecting spring Rigidity Mu,d ; Fu,d
Cuplock junction (rotation)* 11800-28,65M [kNcm/rad] 228,8 [kNcm]
Cross-head junction (rotation) ** 1400 [kNcm/rad] 80 [kNcm]
Cross-head junction (torsion) ** 2000 [kNcm/rad] 20 [kNcm]
Cross-head junction (pull/push) ** 100 [kN/cm] 15 [kN]
Swivel junction (pull/push) ** 25 [kN/cm] 8,5 [kN]
Foot spindle (rotation) *** 2000 [kNcm/rad] 170 [kNcm]
* acc. [14] ** acc. [DIN 4420-1] *** acc. [6], 10.2.3.2







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6.4.3 Material factor

The rigidity and maximum load of the materials and the connection springs is shared by a material
factor. This material factor (M) is 1,1 (NENEN 12811-1). With M the imprecision in structure and
composition of the material is taken into account.


6.5 Load groups

When calculating the strength of scaffolding, the following load groups should be taken into
account:
Tare weight
Work load
Wind load
Particular loads


6.5.1 Tare weight

The tare weight of the components of the construction, or in the relevant cross-section, is included
in the calculations as described in paragraph 6.3.1, whereby:
Own weight tube = 3.9 kg/m
Own weight wood (50mm) = 6 kg/m; 30 kg/m
2



6.5.2 Work load

The work load on the scaffolding depends on maximum allowed work load indicated on the
scaffolding drawing. This amounts to 1.50 kN/m
2
(class 2) or 3.00 kN/m
2
(class 4) where the other
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6.5.3 Wind load

There are 2 wind loads which should be taken into account, the work wind (to wind force
8 Bft) and the maximum wind force.
The thrust value for the work wind amounts to 0.2 kN/m
2
in accordance with NEN-EN 12811-1. For
the maximum wind the thrust value is indicated by the NAM and this amounts to 1.25 kN/m
2

It is assumed that these thrust values are constant and therefore does not vary over the height of
the scaffolding construction.

Due to the temporary nature of the scaffolding construction the reduction factor for the extreme
value of the variable load for the wind amounts to (t) 0,57.

The wind load on the wind catching surface of the scaffolding construction is determined using
the following formula (NEN 6702):

Fwind = cdim x cindex x ceq x 1 x pw x A x t

where:
cdim = Factor that brings the dimensions of the construction works into account.
cindex = Wind form factors. In this case 1,2 of which 0,8 is pressure on the front side and 0.4
suction on the rear end.
ceq = pressure equalizing factor
1 = Increasing factor that takes the dynamic influence on the wind in the wind direction on
construction works into account.
pw = Thrust.
A = Considered surface on which the wind load works.
t = Correction factor for the reference duration.


6.5.4 Special loads

Horizontal work load
It could occur that a scaffolding construction is inside and therefore experiences no wind load. In
this case the work floor, where the work load is applied, should be loaded with a horizontal work
load. This load amounts to the highest value of 0,3 kN or 2,5% of the divided work load.

Hoist load
The hoist load is a separate load group. With hoist activities an extra dynamic load factor should
be taken into account. This is simulated by increasing the weight of the load to be hoisted by 20%.

Dynamic load
The dynamic effect of a load that is placed horizontally over the scaffolding is modelled by 10% of
the weight of the load as horizontal power.
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6.6 Load combinations and load factors

According to the standards NEN-EN 12811-1 the calculations should be split in two loads, namely:
Work wind situation
Maximum wind situation

There are furthermore 2 checkpoints for both combinations, namely:
Calculations on strength
Tilting calculations (in the event of a detached construction)

With every situation it will be indicated which load groups apply and which load factors should be
applied.


6.6.1 Work wind situation

Calculations on strength

Name of load: Load factor (F):
Tare weight 1,2
100% work load on unfavourable floor 1,5
50% work load on floor immediately below 1,5
possible special loads 1,5
work wind 1,5

Tilting calculations

Name of load: Load factor (F):
Tare weight 0,9 (positive) or 1,2 (unfavourable)
work load on unfavourable floor 0 (positive) or 1,5 (unfavourable)
possible special loads 0 (positive) or 1,5 (unfavourable)
work wind 1,5
ballast 0,9

If the load described above increases the tilting effect, the value unfavourable must be used. If
the tilting of the construction is countered by the relevant load the positive value is used.


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6.6.2 Maximum wind situation

Calculations on strength

Name of load: Load factor (F):
Tare weight 1,2
Work load on unfavourable floor
1)
1,5
Maximum wind 1,5

Tilting calculations

Name of load: Load factor (F):
Tare weight 0,9 (positive) or 1,2 (unfavourable)
Work load on unfavourable floor 1) 0 (positive) or 1,5 (unfavourable)
Maximum wind 1,5
Ballast 0,9

1)
Percentage of the work load depending on the load class of the scaffolding.
Class 3: 25%
Class 4: 50%


6.7 Testing

The most important details are reflected in the calculations report:

1. The materials used, cross-sections and connection springs are reflected with the import details. The
complete cross-section can be seen on the graphic printout.

2. The following points are reflected with the calculation results:
support reactions
the plastic material control (Nachweiss plastic), according to the following formula


d pl d pl
d N pl
N
N
M
M
, ,
, ,
2
cos

(NEN-EN 12811-1, 10.3.3)
inspection of the connection springs of both the switches and braces.

3. The maximum material use (Ausnutzung) is indicated. This may not be more than 1,00.

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4. The bending capacity of the pin connection between 2 cuplock stands is controlled separately
using the maximum occurring torque at locations where such stand-stand connections can be
placed. The bending capacity amounts to 116 kNcm in the extreme limit position, according to
[14].

5. The pressure in the braces assembled in the cross section should be tested manually on the
maximum pressure capacity according to [14].
Stab2F namely does not take the eccentricity that is caused by the connections into account.
SCIA ESA PT does.

6. The scaffolding construction is also checked for shifting.
For this the following friction coefficients are used, in accordance with NEN-EN 12811.
Steel wood 0,5
Wood concrete 0,8
Steel concrete 0,3


6.7.1 Testing AJS Engineering

The testing of anchor and stand loads by AJS engineering takes place based on the load
capacity and load ability of the construction and/or platforms on which/whereon the special
scaffolding construction is confirmed. They will furthermore verify the assumed considerations
with the model forming of the calculation.


7.0 References

1. Harsco Infrastructure; Standard information Scaffolding construction SSM manual
Chapter 7
2. Harsco Infrastructure; Criteria standard scaffolding SSM Manual Chapter 3, page 14
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Annexure I: Annexure 1: standard scaffolding

When none of the following points are relevant it involves a standard scaffolding construction.
When one or more points apply it involves special scaffolding which must be
sketched/calculated.


Criteria

1 Scaffolding higher than 24 meters work floor height
2 Floor load more than 3 kN/m2
3 More than 1,5 work floors at the same time fully loaded in accordance with scaffolding
classes.
4 Scaffolding with console with floor width of extension
5 Nets, canvas or shrink wrap coating
6 Stroke height exceeding 2 meter
7 Hanging scaffolding
8 Extension scaffolding
9 Detached scaffolding outside
10 Support scaffolding
11 Walkways and bridges
12 Gangways
13 Scaffolding cap
14 Scaffolding for hoisting activities
15 Storage scaffolding
16 With mechanical transport (other than manually) on the scaffolding
17 Deviating anchor pattern
18 Scaffolding with counterweights or ballast / buttress / tethering
19 Scaffolding in (flowing) water
20 Scaffolding with public accessibility / events
21 Scaffolding on slopes / angled roofs with slope angle:
22 Scaffolding for goods / persons / passenger and goods lift
23 Movable steel scaffolding (not a rolling scaffolding)
24 Lifting scaffolding
25 Scaffolding on spider deck level/splash zone