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CV. DIRA UTAMA SEJAHTERA

CV. DIRA UTAMA SEJAHTERA

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURE

DOCUMENT

DUS SOP HSE 002

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TITLE

SCAFFOLDING

REV. DATE

FEBRUARY 19 2016

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INDEX

1.0 Document Details

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1.1 Issue / Revision Approval

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1.2 Summary of Revision

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1.3 Distribution

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1.4 Purpose

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1.5 Scope

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1.6 Responsibility

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1.7 Term and Condition

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1.8 Procedure

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1.9 Reference

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1.10 Records

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1.0 Document Detail.

Title

Scaffolding

Document Reference

DUS SOP HSE 002

Issue Number

1

Revision Number

0

Date

February 19, 2016

Prepared by

HSE Coordinator

Reviewed by

Management Representative

Approved by

President Director

1.1

Issue / Revision Approval.

 

Issue

Revision

Date

Prepared by

Reviewed by

Approved by

Number

Number

1

00

02/19/16

     
     

HSE

Management

President Director CEO

Coordinator

Representative

1.2

Summary Of Revisions.

 

Issue

Revision

Summary Of Revisions

Number

Number

1

00

Original Issue

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1.3 Distribution.

This procedure is distributed in accordance with the Document Distribution List.

1.4 Purpose.

The purpose of this procedure is to provide detailed information, instruction and guidance on the methods to be used and the standards required for all activities involving the use of scaffolding on site during the construction.

1.5 Scope.

This procedure is directly applicable to CV. Dira Utama Sejahtera operations in Indonesia.

The contents of this procedure will apply to all scaffolding activities on site irrespective of whether they are being carried out by the Contractor, Subcontractor, and Owner or Vendors Personnel.

1.6 Responsibility.

DUS assigned supervision is responsible for the Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) in their assigned area; this includes Project Manager/Project Coordinator, Area Coordinator/ Site Coordinator and assigned Supervisors.

1.7 Term and Condition.

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1.8 Procedure.

- Technical Classifications For Scaffolding.

All scaffolding constructions will comply atleast with current industry practices and standards and this procedure. Special attention will be paid to a number of minimal technical specifications, which are specified below.

All scaffolding shall be tagged at each access point (ladder), indicating whether it can be accessed or not. The tag will be red and will indicate that the scaffold is unsafe for use until the scaffold has been inspected and passed safe for use. When it is safe and inspected, a green tag card will be inserted, indicating the date, name and signature of the authorized, competent inspector. The correct quality of the scaffolding is under the complete responsibility of the scaffolding competent person whether it is constructed by a DUS Contractors or Subcontractor.

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Scaffold tags indicate scaffold status:

A green tag indicates the scaffold is complete and ready to use.

A yellow tag indicates that part of the scaffold is incomplete because of unavoidable obstruction. The scaffold may be used and 100 percent tie-off is required. The fall protection anchorage point must withstand 2.5 tons per person or be part of a complete personal fall arrest system which maintains a safety factor of at least two.

A red tag indicates the scaffold is unsafe touse because it is being erected, dismantled, or it is damaged. Do not use scaffolding with a red tag.

All scaffolding that will remain in use longer than a week will be inspected weekly by a competent inspector of the scaffolding Contactor/Subcontractor. This will be indicated on the tag by the date of the inspection, together with the short signature of the inspector. Out of date scaffolding tags, will be removed, meaning that an unsafe to use message will appear as tag indication. Once scaffold has been re-inspected and green tag fitted will use of the scaffold will be allowed again.

In addition all scaffolding shall be re-inspected and confirmed as safe to use after bad weather or other incident that could affect its safety, e.g. high winds. All scaffolding will be built on a stable base. If necessary, special measures have to be used, such as spread beams under the supports.

The standard scaffolding platforms will be able to carry 200 kg/m2. If scaffolding will be used to lift up heavy materials, a calculation note, proving the construction is strong enough will be made and given to the Senior Safety Officer. After the approval, the tag card can be inserted, indicating safe access. In all cases, it is the responsibility of the Subcontractor to identify which scaffolds require calculation notes, and to seek the approval of Site Coordinator and the DUS HSE Department as necessary.

All work floors will have double handrail and toe board. This means a toe board of a height of minimum 15 cm (no openings between the toe board and the working

platform), a handrail at a height between 1 and 1.2 m, and a handrail in between (height about 50 cm) in the working platforms will be finished with a maximum opening of 20

mm.

All accesses to platforms will be made in a safe way by means of ladders or stairs (inside or outside the scaffolding). No access is allowed by climbing over handrails. The use of safety bars or gates is compulsory. Safety bars should be erected so that they always close after use. Open safety bars always should be avoided. When raising or lowering materials, Scaffolders should be clipped on at all times or on a safe handling platform with a double guardrail provided. Neither equipment nor material shall be thrown up or

down.

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Scaffolds shall be erected, moved, dismantled, or altered only under the supervision and direction of a competent person.

Do not store excess material on a scaffold and keep all tools and material secure from falling. If necessary, barricade below to warn other workers. Check to ensure for any nearby energized electrical lines and maintain at least 4 meters feet distance.

- Scaffolding Safe Systems Of Work

Preparation

The work should be assessed to ensure that all health and safety risks are identified and suitably controlled. Supervision should aim to organize, plan and manage their work to minimize any risk, with a goal of zero accidents/incidents.

Scaffolders should be selected who have appropriate attitude, aptitude, fitness, training and experience for the particular task to be completed, and have received appropriate and recorded training.

Supervision should be provided that is appropriate to the work situation and the number and skills of the work team. Additional safety precautions are to be incorporated where there is a need to prevent others entering an area or protecting from falling objects. Any precautions should be appropriate to the situation; methods include, securing tools, exclusion zones, etc.

All scaffolders must wear and use fall arrest equipment, which has been inspected prior to use.

Method Of Work Erection

Scaffolding should be completed progressively with Scaffolders installing a single guard-rail on all lifts to provide protection whilst traversing and at work. Scaffolders MUST be clipped on when installing components outside of the guard-rail.

Note:

Traversing along scaffolding elevations outside of the single guard-rail MUST be limited to the maximum length of materials used, therefore the maximum distance a scaffolders can traverse is 6.4meters.

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Alteration

One single guard-rail remains to ensure that scaffolders are protected when carrying out alteration works. Scaffolders should be working off a minimum three-board platform (3 X1 95 mm boards) or more for wider structures when carrying out these operations in the working platforms will be finished with a maximum opening of 20 mm.

All accesses to platforms will be made in a safe way by means of ladders or stairs (inside or outside the scaffolding). No access is allowed by climbing over handrails. The use of safety bars or gates is compulsory. Safety bars should be erected so that they always close after use. Open safety bars always should be avoided.

When raising or lowering materials Scaffolders should be clipped on at all times or on a safe handling platform with a double guardrail provided.

Dismantling

All dismantling activities should be carried out progressively, reversing the erection process. Therefore Scaffolders should work along the elevation removing the single guard-rail and then lowering the boards from that section of guardrail to the lift below. Scaffolders MUST NOT remove the single guardrail from the whole elevation before lowering the boards.

- Ladder Access

Ladders for use by Scaffolders should be included as early as possible in to the erection process and removed as late as possible during dismantling, reducing the need for Scaffolders to climb the scaffold structure.

are

incorporated in this bay from top to bottom (i.e. for the entire height) of the scaffolding structure.

It is recommended that a ladder

bay

is

constructed

and

that

ladders

Employees shall be instructed and required to ascend/descend ladders in. the proper manner that is, facing the ladders and holding the-side rails with both hands. Material shall be raised or lowered with line hoisting equipment and not carried in one hand while ascending or descending. When a gin wheel isused, the support frame shall be scaffold tagged.

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- Decking

Scaffolders should use as a minimum a 600mm wide platform placed centrally (e.g. 3 x 195mm scaffold boards). Boards used for decking should always be adequately supported by transoms and bearers i.e. every 1.5m or 1.2m as appropriate.

All work floors ideally should be made of metal, which is fixed. However wooden boards may only be used with the specific permission of PST Site Coordinator and the HSE Department. Suspended scaffold systems shall be able to support six times the maximum intended load.

When working on a suspended scaffold, employees must wear a harness and be tied off to an independent life line which is not part of the scaffold support and is capable of supporting 2.5 tons static load per person.

When welding on a suspended scaffold, check with the Site Safety Officer or Project Superintendent for special precautions and rigging requirements protection.

Full body harnesses must be worn with a lanyard secured to adjacent structures or a lifeline when employees are working 1.8 meters or more above ground or adjacent elevation and a guardrail system is not provided. (100% Fall Protection).

Employees are allowed to tie-off to a guardrail system when the guardrail meets the required standards for guardrails.

Guardrails are required (for construction) on any open sided floors, excavations, and holes that are 1.8 meters or more above the next level, unless another type of fall protection is used.

1.9 Reference.

- OHSAS 18001:2007 Clausul 4.4.6

1.10 Records.

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