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ORIGINATING COMPANY:

RENCO-KAT

DOCUMENT NUMBER:

KE01-A1-000-RK-C-TT-0003-000

PROJECT:
KASHAGAN DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM
CONTRACT DESCRIPTION:
SIS BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECT
AGIP KCO CONTRACT NO:

CONTRACTORS
JOB NO:

2007-0757
DOCUMENT TITLE:

HOLDS

N/A

SHEET NO.

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CONTRACTORS DOCUMENT NUMBER:

METHOD STATEMENT FOR PLASTERING WORK

ABSTRACT:
This document defines the Method Statement for Plastering
work for KEP SIS (Kashagan Experimental Program Satellite
Instrument Station) Building Construction Project

C01

07.01.2008

Issued for Construction

AHD

A.Dhakan

D.Belpassi

P01

06.12.2007

Issued for Review

MIF

RFM

RFM

REV

DATE

REASON FOR ISSUE

PREPARED

CHECKED

APPROVED

REVISION DESCRIPTION SHEET

COMPANY

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Rev.

Para.

Revision Description

P01

Issued for Review

C01

Issued for Construction

Para.

Description of Hold

Hold
No.

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AGIPKCO
KASHAGAN DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM

RENCO-KAT METHOD STATEMENT FOR


PLASTERING WORK
KE01-A1-000-RK-C-TT-0003-000 rev C01

January 2008

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LIST OF CONTENTS

1.0

PURPOSE........................................................................................................................................................................5

2.0

SCOPE.............................................................................................................................................................................5

3.0

REFERENCES................................................................................................................................................................5

4.0

DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS.....................................................................................................................5

5.0

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.............................................................................................................................5

6.0

HSE...................................................................................................................................................................................6

7.0

MATERIAL.....................................................................................................................................................................7

7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
8.0
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4

MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORING.............................................................................................................................7


LIME.................................................................................................................................................................................7
SAND.................................................................................................................................................................................7
CEMENT............................................................................................................................................................................7
WATER..............................................................................................................................................................................7
MIXING...........................................................................................................................................................................7
WORK SEQUENCE......................................................................................................................................................7
GENERAL PREPARATION..................................................................................................................................................7
APPLICATION OF MORTAR...............................................................................................................................................8
CURING.............................................................................................................................................................................8
CLEANING.........................................................................................................................................................................9

10.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROCEDURE......................................................................................9

11.0

ATTACHMENTS............................................................................................................................................................9

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1.0

PURPOSE
The purpose of this Method Statement is to illustrate how Plastering work is to be carried out
with safe implementation.

2.0

SCOPE
The Method Statement defines the methodology of all kind of Plastering Works related to main
works contract.
This Method Statement also addresses the type and extent of inspections ITP must be
submitted separately to be carried out to verify that all operations involved in the Plastering
works conform to the specified requirements.

3.0

REFERENCES
KE01.A0.650.KD.C.SP.0010.000
KE01.A0.000.KD.C.SP.0004.000
SNiP 3.01.01-85
GOST 12.1.003-83
SNiP RK A.3.2.5-96
GOST 28013-98

4.0

Architectural Specification for Building Materials and Finishes


Specification for Construction of Concrete
Building Codes and Rules for Construction Management
Occupational Safety Standards
Labor Safety and Safety Technique in Construction
Mortars General Specifications

DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS


All the definitions are given KE01.A0.650.KD.C.SP.0010.000- Architectural Specification for
Building Materials and Finishes

5.0

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Project Manager: Has ultimate responsibility of compliance with project specification and
procedures and the work is being executed in a safe manner.
QA/QC Manager: Responsible for controlling that the executed activities are complying with
the quality requirements given in the references.
Civil Works Manager: Shall be responsible to ensure that all the crews use appropriate H&S
requirements, work area is safe and tidy. And he ensures that Project safety Procedures are
being implemented.
Site Engineer: Shall ensure construction is carried out in accordance with the approved
Contract Specifications, Standards & AFC Drawings. And he ensures that tests and
inspections are being carried out properly.

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Site QA/QC Coordinator: Shall coordinate with AGIP KCO representatives to witness
inspection point by issuing the official Request of Inspection document. Review all relevant
documentation & test reports and clearing of all Non Conformance Reports. Coordinate with
other Discipline Quality Control Engineers for ensuring that all other discipline activities
needed to be inspected, within the construction program, have been inspected and cleared.
Ensure that the relevant Inspection & Test Plan is properly implemented and related QC
records prepared and accepted as applicable. Organizing and allocating Inspection works for
the Quality Control Inspectors. Liaise with the R.o.K Certification Engineer in preparing all the
local acts and certificates as required.
Site QC Inspector: Shall perform first line inspections and follow it with developing and
implementing Inspection Requests in accordance with Construction priorities. Accompany
Agip KCO Inspectors to carry out routine Inspections when requested.
Civil Works Manager: Shall plan the work schedule and coordinate with project manager for
the methodology and resources required to conduct the work.
Civil Works Supervisor: Shall be in charge of crews, equipments and material to conduct the
work. He is responsible for raising RFIs upon completion of work. Shall ensure that the work
crew under his supervision shall work according to safety standards.
Foreman: He is directly in charge of the crew, equipments and material is being used to
conduct the work.

6.0

HSE

All work shall be carried out in accordance with RoK, AGIP and Renco-KAT safety regulations &
policies.

Method statement shall be explained to all personnel.

All personnel shall undergo applicable safety training and wear appropriate PPE.

Toolbox talks shall be conducted prior to shift start or prior to starting an activity.

Work will be monitored by site supervisor to ensure that safety measures have been taken.

All machinery and their operators should be certified.

Scaffolding:
o

Scaffold must be erected by qualified people and inspected by competent persons.

Scaffolds must be designed and constructed to support the weight of personnel and
materials.

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7.0

MATERIAL
7.1

Material Handling and Storing

All the materials will be stored inside the buildings whenever possible, when it is not suitable
to store inside the buildings, the materials will be covered with polyethylene sheet to prevent
from moisture and rain when stored outside.
Stacks should be stored on a flat and solid surface free of water deposition to prevent ice
formation on the foil.
All other materials shall be transported and stored before execution of work in the manner to
prevent any defect to the physical or chemical quality of them and according the safety
procedures.

7.2

Lime

The lime must be in compliance with specifications and have approval from client on technical
characteristic and data sheet before procurement/ transport to site.

7.3

Sand

The sand must have approval from client on technical characteristic/ quarry and data sheet
before procurement/ transport to site.

7.4

Cement

Cement shall be approved cement type Ordinary Portland V cement Grade 400 as per GOST
22266-94 (or BS 4027) and GOST 30515-97.

7.5

Water

Clean water which meet technical spec. requirement must be clean and free from any
chemical or organic additives.

7.6

Angle beads and stopper beads:

Approved material for angle beads and stopper beads must be obtained and used.

8.0

MIXING
Preparing the mortar and mixing that shall be by mechanical concrete mixer. The ratio of
cement/ lime/ sand shall be 1/1/6.
The mortar to be mixed only for consumption of the workers to prevent getting dried and
hardening of unused mortar.

9.0
9.1

WORK SEQUENCE
General Preparation
Remove efflorescence, laitance, dirt and other loose material by thoroughly dry brushing.

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Remove all traces of paint, grease, dirt and other materials incompatible with coating by
scrubbing with water containing detergent and washing off with plenty of clean water. Allow to
dry before applying coatings unless specified otherwise.

Backgrounds are secure, adequately true and level to receive specified coatings.

All cuttings, chasing, fixing of concealed conduits, service outlets, fixing pads and the like and
making good of the background, are completed

All walls are to be provided with mortar battens spaced at max 2000 mm on center to serve as
finishing guide.

Angle beads, stop beads, expansion and construction beads shall be stainless steel, fixed as
required.

9.2

Application of plaster
The total thickness of plaster shall be 20 mm as specified. This shall be carried out in two
coats
a) Dash coat This coat will be applied rough and will be cured for 4 days.
b) Final coat (Total thickness 20mm) This coat will be trowelled for uniform surface before
plaster set dry.

Movement/construction Joints in coatings shall coincide with movement joints in


background and shall be filled with flexible intumescent mastic fill.

The variation in gap under a 2m straight edge placed anywhere on the surface shall
not be more than 3mm.

9.3

Curing
During and after completion of the plaster work the open surface of walls shall be protected
against

Extreme heat in summer that causes the fast evaporation of moisture in the plaster and
breaks the chemical process in cement.

Extreme cold in winter that causes the freezing the plaster and stops the chemical
process of cement.

Curing shall continue for 4 days.

For that, there shall be a wet Hessian sheet covers all over open surface during summer to
prevent fast drying of mortar. And blowers during winter to prevent freezing the mortar before
natural drying of that.

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9.4 Cleaning

Any excess cement and mortar shall be removed after the working time from the area and
to be disposed off properly.

Tools and equipment shall be cleaned and arranged properly after a days work

Empty containers and cement bags shall be disposed properly into the disposal area.

10.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND CONTROL PROCEDURE


Request for Inspection (RFI) shall be submitted to QA/QC section prior to commencing the
plastering work. The Engineer in-charge in collaboration with the QC Section shall inspect all the
necessary requirements prior to plastering work, thus ensuring the readiness of the work.

Check all Applicable Documents & Specifications if available & approved.

Inspection of Tools and Equipment.

Check all materials required for the work.

Check application as the work progresses.

11.0ATTACHMENTS
1. Check List
2. Request for Inspection
3. Risk Assessment

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ATTACHMENT 1
CHECK LIST

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Item Description of Check

RENCO- AKCO REMARKS


KAT

Verify use of correct materials:


RK-QA-0003
01
Cement, fine aggregate, water, lime
Inspect plastering
work:
PLASTERING
WORK CHECKLIST
02Description:
Surface
Tag

is clean and wet before starting of work


Tag No.:
P.03
O. No.:
Inspection Classification
Area/Unit:
All embedded items are provided
Subcontractor:
Subcontractor
Client Turnover System:
04
Mortar battens are provided
Work Package:
NCC
Other
Sub System:
05
Angle beads, Stop beads, Expansion
& Construction
beads are provided
Ascertain workmanship:
06
Mortar mixed as per specified proportion
07
Work flatness/ straightness is within tolerance limit
08
Work is properly cured
09
Cleanliness upon completion
Notes:

RENCO-KAT
Name:

AGIP KCO
Name:

Signature:
Date:

ATTACHMENT 2
REQUEST FOR INSPECTION

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REQUEST FOR INSPECTION



Client: AGIP KCO

Contractor:

Contract No.

Location/:

Date:

Project:
KASHAGAN DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAM
:

Discipline:

ITP No. :

RFI No.

Karabatan/

Hold Point

Witness Point

ITP activity code:


:

Description of inspection:
:

INSPECTION DATE

INSPECTION TIME

LOCATION/AREA

Ref. DOCs / DWGs

The above mentioned work activity has been final inspected and accepted.
.

RENCO-KAT/ QA/QC

RENCO-KAT/ CONSTRUCTION

RENCO-KAT / OTHER

- /

-/

- /

Name

Name

Name

Date

Date

Date

Signature

Signature

Signature

Received by AGIP KCO


AKCO / CONSTRUCTION
Date &
Time:

Name:

Signature:

AKCO / QA-QC
Date &
Time:

Name:

Signature:

RFI Acceptance & Inspection Result


ACCEPTED

REJECTED
A) Work is not ready at the inspection time.

See AKCO comments


attached

B) Result of inspection is not acceptable.


RFI shall be issued.
C) See AKCO comments attached.

AKCO / QA-QC
Name

Date &
Time

Signature

New

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ATTACHMENT 3
RISK ASSESMENT

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RENCO Risk Assessment Worksheet


TASK/ACTIVITY

PROJECT/LOCATION

GENERAL HAZARD
TYPE

REPORT NO

PLASTERING

KEPSIS/KARABATAN

EQUIPMENT

RA-020

RISK ASSESSMENT
(NO CONTROLL)
S.N

HAZARD

TARGET

UNDESIRABLE EVENTS

CONTROL MEASURES
SEVE
RITY

Material Handling

P
A

LIKELI
HOOD

RISK

Injury of personnel and damage of


equipments
Slips, Trips & Falls

1.
2
2.

Scaffolding use

P
A
Dropping tools and objects, dropping of
the crew, Scaffolding collapse, overturn.
Falling from Height.

All personnel will wear PPE including


safety glasses
All crew will be familiar with the content
of the method of statement
A Suprrintendent will supervise the work
Proper house keeping to be maintained .

Always follow safe work practices


Scaffolding shall be assembled by certified
worked and supervised according to the
specific procedure
Toe- boards need to be used
Egress/Ingress points always need to be
assigned

RISK
ASSESSMENT
(WITH
CONTROLL)
SEVER
LIKELIH
ITY
OOD

OVER
ALL
RISK

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3.

Electric Shock

P
A

Electric shock due to cable damage,


equipment and switch damages

Scaffolding to be inspected by HSE


Engineer.
Full body harness to be used while
working at height.
Always temporary power lines needs to be
attached to scaffolding or working
platform by a certified electrician
Illumination shall be arranged and tested
during day light
There shall be qualified electrician on site
with quick access to location.
1

1
L

4.

Exposure to
rotating/moving
part of equipment.

P
A

Stuck with moving part of machines,


Damage of machines due to improper
use.

Experienced people only to be operated the


machines.

Un authorized entry to be prohibited


strictly.

Proper house keeping to be maintained in


the machine operating area.